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February 06, 1992 - Image 14

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Page 6-The Michigan Daily -Weekend etc. - February 6,1992

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The explorer who devi-
ates from the rugged up- E i
hill path stumbles across
many brambles. But along
the way, he or she may'
encounterha meandering
stream. Those who pause
long enough to remove a
shoe and drift a toe
through the water often
do not return to the well-
trod path.
Students who are par- ut7
ents .are explorers them-
selves. In composing
their lives, they seek to
achieve a delicate bal-
ance between pursuing
individual goals and car-53s
ing for their families.d -
As students, they have
to keep. up with a prolif-
eration of papers, exams
and class projects. As
parents, they must also
respond to clinging fin-
gers (center photo : Soccoro Garza, an LSA first year student with son
Michael Angel) and quivering bodies crying to be held (top left: Karen
Zeeb, School of Art sophomore, with her daughter Analiese).
The student parent's range of responsibilities expands as befuddled
expressions and spelling
questions interrupt library
"=Aresearch (top right:
Patricia Montgomery, an
LSA senior with son
Antonio).
If your daughter is not
feeling well, do you go to
class or stay home to take
care of her? Which of the
two partners in a couple
will be the homemaker?
When will the spouse
r, who stays home finish
college (bottom left:
Ruth Trombley, a non-
credit student completing
her pre-medical require-
ments attends Biology
b with daughter Becky)?
People construct lives
by weaving their various
roles together with their
mistakes, decisions and
Y haspirations. Pieces of the

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