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September 05, 1991 - Image 21

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The Michigan Daily, 1991-09-05

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Gwlettin go no
You've heard how big Michigan 4... " .. *' .... ...
is. Thousands of students from a va- . ., ,w ; .; i
reyof different bakgoudsare ~/ . .
concentrated here at the University, r., %. 2
making up as culturally diverse an , ~
environment as you'll find any-lz
To assemble all the viewpoints ui.. H ~ -
held by individuals on this campus m p a
in a single collection would be ~
nearly impossible and would mini-
mallY require a work comparable in -
size to an encyclopedia.
This section does not aspire to
such goals. Instead, it is merely a. a/ /" H ' ;>
sampler of the different views. ...
which are out there, just waiting for
an audience. Such audiences are comn- r~222>~- 9- 3as , .'e '. s R/o x;afe
posed by anyoneC who's wlling to
listen. That's all that any of these -- 4 ----.
groups can ask of you. To listen.;
.>W Righ to
Recently, Ann Arbor voters
decided to rescind the city's most
famous law - the $5 fine for seso fmrjaa i n
Arbor finally gain a set of values or°
did the city give in to misplacedoap
social pressures? One Daily writer - - ,
takes a look at this issue from a
*unique point of view.*
See Page 2 S x a
The University administrationv
has gained a reputation among stu- .~
dents for slightly backward think-,-
ing, .but many feel it outdid itself,
with its recent sexual harassment
.*policy. A Daily columnist takes a
humorous look at the policy and itsts
potential consequences. SePg
The teaching assistants at the -9
University staged a one-day walk- --
out last year to protest what they
feel is unfair treatment from the
University administration. The past
and present presidents of the
Graduate Employees Organization
tell what they have planned for the
upcoming school year.< i
See Page 3t
The theory that the pen is -
mightier is held by more than just
16 frustrated journalists. It is the tenet

to1 hi members wofh 1Amnesty r / + ,4Fy P3 < I 'S "#
International cling. This group43x 51r. y ,k ix 'Ksddel° vaws ¢ ~r, ssnr.. ., Y
seeks,4 to s S« achieve global .x'',. justice Y~ n" 'Ed+> 4rr u ' , 4Y
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aveiaseioues efetand threoupold
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