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New group aids students of
divorced, separated parents

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by Shelly Oudsema
University undergraduate women hav-
ing problems coping with their parents'
divorce or separation have a new counsel-
ing resource.
The organizers of "Adjusting to Recent
Parental Separation or Divorce" - the ti-
tle of the therapy program run by the Uni-
versity Psychological Clinic - said they
have found that many middle-aged parents
believe college students are too immersed
in their own lives to be upset by their par-
ents' divorce.
But clinic therapists said college stu-
dents may react in many different ways.
While some students may be relieved by
their parents' divorce, others may feel
hurt, confused or grief-stricken.
Group organizers added that although
the overall national divorce rate has de-
clined in recent years, the divorce rate for
couples age 40-65, many of whom have col-

lege-age children, has increased by 50
percent.
Nancy Freilicher, a Ph.D. candidate in
clinical psychology and an advanced psy-
chotherapy intern at the clinic, said she has
found that students adjust easier when
both parents want the divorce. However, if
the divorce is one-sided, students may feel
torn to support the injured party, she said.
Group organizers said they wanted to
limit the group to women to provide a
comfortable atmosphere for open discus-
sion.
"We are limiting the group to women
at this time because we think that students
may feel more comfortable discussing
some of the issues in a single-sex group,"
Freilicher said.
Male and co-ed groups may be possible
in the future as the program expands,
Freilicher said.
Both Freilicher and co-organizer Marci

Gittleman, Ph.D. candidate in clinical psy-
chology andadvanced psychotherapy intern
at the Clinic said they are prepared to dis-
cuss many different topics including issues
concerning intimate sexuality, but plan to
rely on the group to lead the discussion.
"The discussions will enable students
to identify with other students experienc-
ing similar situations. A student whose
parents have divorced six months ago is in
a different position than a student whose
parents have divorced a year ago,"
Freilicher said. "We hope students will
learn different methods of coping from
each other," she added.
"The psychological trauma of divorce
can often affect a student's schoolwork
and social life. The discussions are meant
to help students re-focus," Freilicher said.
Members of the group are required to
pledge strict confidentiality outside of the
clinic.

Slip slidin' away
Autumarie Askew, an 18 month old from Romulus, Mich., is pulled across a frozen pond at
Gallup Park by her father.
MSU research assistant accused
of publishing stolen material
EAST LANSING (AP) - A Michigan the data as revenge for her dismissal in May
State University professor has accused a former 1989.
research assistant of stealing data from his lab-
oratory and publishing it in a German scien- Last year, the material about a drug used to
tific journal. eradicate African parasites was published in
Michigan State officials said they were in- the German journal, Tropical Medicine Parasi-
vestigating allegations by Jeffrey Williams dology, under Elkassaby's name, Williams
that doctoral candidate Maie Elkassaby took told The Detroit News.

12 students win Hopwood Awards

by llanaGreenfield
Hopwood Director and English Pro-
fessor Nicholas Delbanco presented 12
University students the Avery and Jule
Hopwood Awards in Creative Writing for
Underclassmen last week.
Each winner received a monetary
award ranging from $200 to $350. The
money was established by University
alumnus Avery Hopwood as a bequest in
his will. Judges, who were chosen from the
University staff, reviewed the works of 79
students.
However, the recipients said the

money was not the only benefit of winning
the competition.
"It was a very big surprise when I re-
ceived the letter," LSA sophomore
Michael Kania said, who won $250 for po-
etry. "There is a lot of gratification in
knowing that someone thought my work
was good."
RC sophomore Rudy Fischmann said
winning the Hopwood Award is a tremen-
dous confidence booster. He added that af-
ter receiving the award, he said he realized
that, "maybe I do have some talent."
Hopwood Award winners were not

the only prize recipients. Ten University
students won in other literary competi-
tions, sharing a total of $4,500 in prize
money.
RC sophomore John Parker said that
he was very surprised to receive the Roy
Cowden Memorial Fellowship. He said he
was even more surprized to discover Ihat
out of seven winners, he is one of two
undergraduates.
"I didn't know I was competing
against graduate students," he said. "To
tell the truth, I don't know if I would
have entered if I had known."

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ACTORS WANTED FOR FILM adapta-
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at 996-2386.
ATTENTIVE & CARING female to care
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6-11 p.m. Must own car. Call Mrs. Watkins.
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more information call Gregg Merians at 1-
800-543-3792.
WANTED: VOLUNTEER coaches for in-
ternational maccabi youth game to be held
this summer in Baltimore. Contact Sharon.
971-0990.
WORK STUDY POSITION
AVAILABLE. Office assistant at Kresge
Hearing Research Institute. For more info.
call 764-8110
BUSINESS SERVICES
BIG M TYPING- Term Papers, Letters.
Fastand reasonable. 996-1383.
COLLEGE CLEANERS: 705 N. UNIVER-
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NITEWORD - Papers, reports, resumes,
presentations, graphics. Specials. (Answering
machine) 971-0427.
OFFICE PRODUCTS OUTLET: Largest
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& Lenawee counties. 4-drawer files frot,
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$459, Puerto V allarta fr. $549, Aruba fr.
$749, Barbados fr. $619, Cozumel fr. $509.
Spring Break Reps. needed, Call Dan at
REGENCY TRAVEL 665-6122. -
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Best prices on campus, from $199.
Limited space. Call now for details.
Call Mike 995-9054 or Roger 741-4429.
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Best European/Greece airfares, 663-4400
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Communications, Inc.
announces its
January Kickoff
Mass Meeting
January 29, 7:00
Kuenzel Room, Union
'An Inside Look at TV News'
with Guest Speaker:
Micah Materre
Reporter for WJBK
Channerl 2
CBS Affiliate in Detroit
Everyone is Welcome.
WICI is a coed organization.
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Please call Jennifer or Nikki at 764-9425 to
tell us whether you'll be partying at home or
at the bar. We'll come to take pictures & fea-
ture you and your friends in the 1992
MichiganEnsian.

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for the
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LSA-SG Office
4003 (4th floor) MI Uniort
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Tuesday, Feb. 4, to talk with seniors about
teaching opportunities in independent high
schools. Applicants for these positions ,.DO
NOT NEED TEACHING CERTIFICATES.
Information seminar - Feb. 3, 7-8 p.m., 1210
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appointments for interviews, call Nancy
Pietras, 747-4484.
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Mac II1/60,5/40, 1800-4/100 1900
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SELF EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY!
Earn cash distributing credit card applications
on campus. Positions available for table and/
or posting representatives. Call Collegiate
Poster Network todlay at 1-800-669-7678.

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