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Page 2-The Michigan Daily- Monday, September 9, 1991

UNION
Continued from page 1
identify himself as S. Richmond said
that he received no advance notice of
the policy.
* Even Steinman, who was work-
ing his first shift of the week, was
not informed in advance. When
asked why nobody was notified, he
said, "Because it was just imple-
mented this week."
Cianciola said he was notified of
the policy by Bob Hughes, director
of Housing, at 10 a.m. Friday. He
added that safety issues in the Union
have been a topic of discussion since
early last year, and that the policy
was another step in the right
direction.

The implementation of the pol-
icy was not flawless however,
Cianciola said. Problems such as un-
claimed pizzas at Little Caesars and
the general use of the lower level of
the Union will be dealt with before
next week.
"There will be a review of how
successful or unsuccessful the vari-
ous aspects of the procedure were,
and those involved (with creating
the policy) will be brought in to
examine its advantages and disad-
vantages." he said. "It is something
that could be looked at and modi-
fied, if required."
Cianciola said there will be a
policy in place next week, but it

will be somewhat different from
this weekend's.
Confusion still remains over the
legality of the policy. Officials in
the Office of the General Counsel
could not be reached for comment.
"The Union is not a public build-
ing," said Cianciola. "It is there for
faculty, staff, alumni, students and
invited guests." As a private build-
ing, such a policy would be within
the rights of the management.
He did say, however, that provi-
sions should be made for those en-
tering the Union with specific busi-
ness, and that Union businesses
should not expect a major decline in
income.

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ISRAEL
Continued from page 1
his fist on the table at a meeting of
activists from his right-wing Likud
bloc.
Eretz Israel is the Hebrew term
for the biblical land of Israel, which
includes the occupied West Bank and
Gaza Strip.
Palestinians and Arab nations

say the settlements, and Israel's
drive to expand them, undercut the
Palestinians' goal of establishing an
independent homeland in the terri-
tories.
Secretary of State James Baker
has been trying to get all sides to
agree to a regional peace conference
and is due to return to the region
next week for further talks.
Palestinian leader Faisal Hus-

seini, who has participated in previ-
ous talks with Baker, welcomed
Washington's decision on delaying
the loans.
"For a long time the Americans
have been sending advice and aid,"
Husseini told The Associated Press.
"Israel was refusing the advice and
receiving the aid. Now is the time to
say to Israel, you cannot take one
without the other."

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POLICY
Continued from page 1
The new policy goes one step
further than the Student-Sponsored
Social Events policy which was put
in place last fall following a fight
which erupted in the Union Ball-
room during a dance. Four people
were stabbed and one man was shot
during the incident.
The year-old policy requires or-
ganizations wishing to use
University facilities to apply for
the building 28 days in advance of
the event. Moreover, students must
present University identification
before entering the event.
The new policy now requires
student identification for entrance
into the Union.
Levy said the president of the
Michigan Union Board of
Representatives was notified of the
decision. The Board includes stu-
dents, but their input was not
sought. Levy added no other student
input was requested in framing the
current policy.
"While it is nice to get a chance
to talk to students, it is our respon-
sibility to make sure students are
safe. It is not the type of thing
where if students found this an in-
convenience that it would change,"
Royster Harper, associate vice pres-
ident for Student Services, said.
The policy change - which was
designed by representatives of the
office of the Vice President for
Student Services and the Union di-
rector - was implemented Friday
morning following a fight which
broke out at the Union Thursday
night.
Because of the fight on Thursday
night new regulations were put in
place to try to keep a similar inci-
dent from happening again, said
Walter Harrison, executive director
of University Relations.
"The policy was under consider-
ation before the (fight at the Union
Thursday night). The incident may
have involved pushing the policy up
a week," Levy said.
Shirley Clarkson, special assis-
tant to University President James
Duderstadt and Harrison both said
they received notification of the
policy change over Michigan
Terminal System, but were not in-
volved in the notification of student
groups and did not receive new pro-

cedural guidelines.
"The primary reason the policy
was put into place was because we
wanted to do whatever possible to
increase security in the Union,"
Levy said. Levy added that the past
security problems in the Union
were another reason for the policy
change.
"We have had complaints about
safety, and street people being
around and about the building. We
want to ensure the safety of stu-
dents ... particularly when students
are least familiar with the build-
ing," Harper said.
Harper said she talked to two of
the three organizations which were
sponsoring events in the Union this
weekend - the Graduate Employees
Organization and Delta Sigma Theta
sorority. She said she left a message
on the answering machine of Black
Greek Association representatives
regarding the change.
Vice President for Student
Services Mary Ann Swain said,
"Since we have only been in session
a couple of days, (giving advance
warning) was difficult to do."
"The policy is in place for right
now and the next several weeks. It
will be reviewed pretty quickly....
Input will be requested by groups
which use the Union," Levy said.
"We traded off having the policy
in place with having less time (to
inform people). Ideally - without
question - it would have been nice
to have more time," Levy said.
John Matlock, director of minor-
ity affairs and one of the adminis-
tration's liaisons with the Black
Greek Association said he did not
receive word of the policy, and was
not asked to notify the Black Greek
Association - which was sponsor-
ing an event in the Union this past
weekend - of the new policy.
"I think students should have
been notified, particularly because it
is the beginning of the semester and
students are having affairs,"
Matlock said.
Levy said he was not sure if
North Campus Commons, which is
also controlled by the division
formed by the merger of the
Housing Division and Michigan
Union will be monitored by
security.

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