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Students gain skills
with jobs in Africa

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POST REALTY
Spacious 1 & 2 Bedroom
Modern Apartments
On & off campus locations
761-8220

Fumished 4 Bedroom House
1441 S. State
$1200/month
COPI PROPERTIES
663-5609
Furnished 6 Bdrm. House
541 S. Division
$1800/month
COPI PROPERTIES
663-5609

LARGE 1 bdrm. in quiet secure bldg. close
to everything. $600 incl. heat, elec. cable.
Avail. May-Aug. 930-6821.
LIVE ALONE! Good size eff.- close to all.
Thompson St. $350 neg. 663-3396.
MAY TO AUG 2 BEDROOM. APT.
furnished, off-street. parking, A/C, laundry.
Excellent campus locati>;. 741-1816.
MAY-AUG. SUNNY 2 bdrm., A/C, next to
CCRB, 2 rins. to cmps., bus stops, 4 spaces,
$150 each-1335 Geddes #7. 769-8639.
SPACIOUS 2 BDRM. next to CCRB. Per--
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patios. May-Aug. neg. 747-9289.,
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLETS rooms,
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Management 668-6906.
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET Price neg. I
space in 2 bdrm. apt. Females only. Good
location. Call Kristin @ 663-7359.
SUBLET ENTIRE HOUSE! May-Aug.
Near campus. Pkng. Lndry. $800/mo Neg.
930-0942.
SUBLET FOR MAY-AUG. 93 Beautiful,
quiet, 1 bdrm. apt. New carpet & appliances.
Free parking. $330/mo. Util. incl. + $200
dep. 769-7205..

at THOMPSON STREET 7.
- another one of our SEVEN
Distinctive Campus Locations - ",
We still have a few Fait Studios &
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Conte orary in Every Way;
Family wnedi& Managed - 6'
0 EXPERIENCE THE DIFFERENCEILE .4

ROOMS FOR RENT: Great oc., State &
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Start from $275 & up. Call 406-7027 or 429-
8271.
SHARE LARGE HOUSE-OWN ROOM,
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SOUTH UNIVERSITY/S.FOREST ST. 2
Central campus locations with extra large 2
bedrooms and many extra features. Only a
few left for May and September. So hurry!
Call today( 761-8000.
SPACIOUS, MODERN 1 & 2 Bedroom
Apartments. Call Post Realty at 761-8220.
STUDIO APT. CENTRAL CAMPUS
Security, A/C. $600/mo +util. Call Janice
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eff., a 1 bdrm. Hardwood floors, many
windows, blinds,area rugs ml. Cats O.K.
Pkng., Idry. avail. Near Bus. and Law
schools. Quiet non-smokers inq. @ 668-
8457.
TIRED OF NASTY CARPET, broken
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Judy, Heather, or Todd @ Oppenheimer
Properties, Inc. 995-5575..
TWO GREAT PLACES avialable in Sep-
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and or the Medical Center. Large 6/7
bedroom house or Large 3 bdrm apartment
" Apt. has .huge .modern kitchen,. parking,
laundry and formal dining room for $1,100.
Hlouse has two full baths, two kitchens,
parking, laundry, porches & much more for
$1,800. Walk a little get a lot Randy 434-
'- 2350 or "Larry '434-5787.
WE HAVE WHAT YOU WANT for spring/
summer 1993. Apts. at special rates & great
locations begining May 7. Please call Wilson
White Co. Inc. 995-9200. EHO.
FURNISHED
3 BEDROOM APARTMENT
$18 Henry #2
(i uile south of camnpus)
$700
COPI PROPERTIES
b63-5609
'94 WINTER SUBLET in hse. on Hamilton.
Driveway parking & own large bedroom.
Great housemates! Call Kelly - 764-5755.
*** GREAT SUMMER SUBLET - In-
credible cntrl campus location. Spacious 2
bdrm. w/ 2 prkntg. spots. 2 balconies. Rent
neg. Call Tim @ 662-8930. before its gone.
1 BDRM. in 2 BDRM. FURN. APT. on
hoover by IM bldg. Spring/Summer. $200/
mo A/C Indry UM Comm. bus. 665-4150.
1 RM. IN 2 BDRM. APT. 921 S. Division
Apt. 1, $200/mo. neg., Pkng., ]dry., heat incl.
Avail. immediately. 741-7185.
2 BDRM. GREAT LOCAT. A/C, new furn.
prkg. spot. May-Aug. Price neg. 994-0455.
V 2 BEDROOM 1g., modern apt. located on S.
University across from pizza Uno's.
Dishwasher, air condit., & free laundry
includ. Avail. Spring/Summer. 994-9257.
ASAP - August 1 bdrm. availJ6 bdrm. house..
Central campus. Clean, parking, laundry.
$234/mo. +util. 996-8785.
COZY EFFICIENCY avail. May -Aug. on
2nd floor of Victorian "house,, close to Law
school & Union. Off street prkng. Cats
welcome. $350/mo. 747-8394.
COZY, BRIGHT EFF. avail. 4/1, pkng.,
{dry., microwave, cat ok. $375/mo. sec. dep,
Kim 662-7407/668-8854. Call today,
FEMALE SUBLET WANTED. A Spacious
bdrm. in 2 bdrm. apt. from May-Aug. 917
Packard (corner Packard & E. Univ.) A/C,
price neg. Call 741-8061.
FURN. EFFICIENCY--LARGE, bright,
near campus. $300/mo. Includ. util 994-
5763.
FURNISHED 2 BDRM. APT. at 1015 E
Ann, near hospital. Avail. May-Aug. $400/
mo. Pkng., Idry. & storage. 663-6138.

SUBLET NOW Room in big house near law
school. Meals, laundry, .parking, all util. inc.
Sp./Sum + Fall poss. $ Neg. Call Tony or
Hope 741-5104..
SUBLET SP/SUM **Great Location** Spa-
cious 4Bdrm. next to B & Law Schools. All
util. & pkng. incl. 662-0935.
SUBLET-NOW THRU AUG. Huge furn.
rm., pkng., Idry., $220 + util. 449-4797.
SUMMER SUBLET
Spacious 3 bdrm., 2 bath apt. Corner of N.
State & Lawrence $600/mo.;Price neg. Avail.
May-Sept. Call 741-4771.
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ADOPTION AS YOUR CHOICE can fill a
void in our lives. Let's help each other.
through this difficult time. Our warm home
and loving hearts are waiting for the chance.
Joanne 313-946-9555 collect.
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residential. Free estimate, 485-5140.
DISCOVER MOSHIACH TODAY. Dial 1-
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5959.
ERIC'S ACTION SPORTS- Team
uniforms & shoes for all indoor sports. 2
blocks off State Street. Call 663-6771.
HAPPY 21ST BIRTHDAY Priscilla
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MORE THINGS FOR HAIR CARE than
anywhere else on S. University. Village
Apothecary, 1112 S. University.
PROBLEM PREGNANCY HELP
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TIOS DELIVERS Ann Arbor's best
Mexican style food. 333 E. Huron, 761-6650.
***SANDI'S WORDPROCESSING***
Reports, resumes, dissertations. 426-5217.

HELP WANTED
ATTENTION STUDENTS: Summer Jobs.
Student Sprinklers is accepting apps. for
summer mgmt. positions. Ean up to 1k se-
ling & installing Toro underground sprinkler
sys. Managers needed throughout MI, 01,'
IN, & ILL. 663-8613 for info.
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COUNSELORS
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Camp Taconic: 800-762-2820.
ERGONOMIC TECHNICIAN
Established Birmingham area firm needs
part-time people to install ergonomic
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excellentinterpersonal skills, professional
.appearance and reliable transportation. Call
Dee Acho at 313/258-6740.
HILLEL INTERNSHIP
Are you interested in Jewish communal
service? Hillel is currently interviewing for a
full time, paid internship for the '93-94
academic yr. For more info. Call Hillel at
769-0500.
INTERESTED IN ADVERTISING? want
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Daily has Account Executive positions open
for the Spring/Summer terms. Stop by the
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pick up an application, which are due by
Wed., March 24.
INTERNATIONAL EMPLOYMENT-
Make $2000+ er month teaching basic con-
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Taiwan. Many provide room & board +other
benefits. No previous training or teaching
certificate required. For program call -206-
632-1146. ext. J5598.
LOOKING FOR STUDENT TO PUB. the
INsider Magazine on campus & to manage
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costs. Earn top income ($5-$30/hr.) & gain
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MA CKINAC ISLAND resort hotel seeking
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(313)663-5971.
MYTH #27: finding a job in Ann Arbor for
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plication at 420. Maynard. Applications are
due by Wed., March 24.
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PERSON Part/Full time painting, caulking,
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RESIDENT MANAGER
Position currently available at a campus area
apt. building. Responsibilities include
cleaning, grounds work and leasing.
Compensation is in the form of a partial rent
credit Apply in person at Wilson White Co.
Inc. 608 Packard Suite 2 Ann Arbor, MI.
EOE.
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mo. Only 5 positions avail, for motivated
students. Call Alex to apply 665-5168.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for a well-es-
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please write P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, MI
48106.

CHEAP TICKETS TO E ROPE! Fly
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Special"Dutch Treat" fare applies to depa-
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be on Friday. Tickets must be purchased by
April 15. Nonrefundable. Call Witte Travel in
GR. Rapids 616-942-5112 or toll-free 800-
253-0210.
EUROPE! Lowest airfares w/student travel
breaks, rail passes & youth tours. Stamos
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LOW FARES - Europe fr. $448, Eurorail
Flexipass from $298, Orient fr. $769 Call
Claudia or Dan @ Regency Travel, 209 S.
State, 665-6122.
STUDENTS ANYWHERE IN THE U.S.
on Continental fr. $129/$199. Bring your
Continental voucher and AMEX Card.
Anywhere in the U.S.A. on US Air fr. $129/
$189. Bring your US Air Voucher and Chase
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Travel 209 S. State 665-6122.
SUNNY SPRING GETWAY! Cuddly log
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Ellis Lake Resort 616-276-9502.
HEADING for EUROPE this summer? Jet
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$229 from Midwest (when avail.) w/
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HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO. Not just
guitars. 302 E. Liberty. 665-8001. Repairs.
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'9300.
UNDECIDED ABOUT HOUSING for next
year? Two outgoing guys seeking 1 or 2
people to share a large 2 bdrm. apartment.
Call Bob at 747-9021 for info.

by Monica Moon
Students considering programsover-
seas have typically chosen countries in
Europe as their destination. However,
Visions in Action, a non-profit organi-
zation, is providing internships in Af-
rica that focus on urban development.
Students can develop skills in a field
of their choice while working as part of
a community of volunteers. Michael
Smith, director of U.S. programs at
Visions, said the program offers many
opportunities in a variety of work
settings.
"For anyone interested in business
or women's studies, the African minis-
ter of Finance and Commerce needs
interns to help him implement ideas for
women starting their own business,"
Smith said.
The itinerary for the one-year pro-
gram includes amonth-long orientation
to acquaint students with the language
and culture. Coed group housing is fur-
nished in Kenya, Uganda, Zimbabwe,
South Africa, and BurkinaFaso.During
orientation, interns are free to travel
within the host country..
Kerstin Stout, academic secretary at
the University's Office of International
Programs, said the department does not
offer any African programs.
However, African American Stud-
ies Prof. Gracia Clark said the Office of
International Programs is working on
establishing an exchange program with
the University of Ghana to be available
during the 1994-95 academic year.
"Academic programs are illuminat-
ing because students exposure to Afri-
can scholars provides an opportunity to
see differences between European and
African thought," Clark said.
Visions Head Director Shaun

'Academic programs
are illuminating
because student's
exposure to African
scholars provides an
opportunity to see
differences between
European and African
thought.'
- Gracia Clark
African American Studies
professor,
Skelton said student enrichment is the
primary focus of the organization's over-
all objectives. "The program is really
geared toward benefiting the individual
more than the community itself. It is
pretty hard for one person to make a
large scale difference in a year."
Urban development Prof. James
Chaffers said while programs like Vi-
sions in Action generally operate under
good intentions, participants should be
aware that change is not necessarily
progressive.
"If you are talking about develop-
ment anywhere, try to make sure the
initiative is in the best interest of the
country," Chaffers said. "The United
States all too often acts as agents with-
out having first hand knowledge on
issues themselves.
"Often times development can un-
dermine indigenous ways of doing
things if visitors aren't careful," he
added.
In this regard, Chaffers said students
who are willing to listen are more valu-
able assets to the people of the country
and the program itself.

Latino students to ask for
'U' support, recognition

LSAT
GMAT, MCAT
GRE
Classes now forming for these and other
standardized exams.
We Offer:
50 years of experience
Expert instructors,
The most current and extensive materials
available
Call KAPLAN at 662-3149
to arrange a FREE preview of courses.
MAC'S WORD PROCESSING & Resume
Services. Days, eves, wknds, urgent also
done. Pick up/drop off. 482-5000.
STUCK ON CAMPUS without a car? Let
Mike's Errand Service handle all of your
errands. Ideal for grocery shopping, dry
cleaning pickup, etc. Call us at 788-8723
anytime - we guarantee satisfaction.
TYPING: Resumes, cover letters, &
applications. A2 Typing. Call 994-5515.
$40 PER HOUR STARTING I
Needed open minded men & women
for exotic maid service.
Conducting interviews in Ann Arbor
Weekend of 3/20. Call 313-454-1306.
30 SUMMER JOBS AVAIL. Resort near
Lake Michigan. June 5-Labor Day. Send self-
add. stamped env. to : Mary C. Ott, Sunny
Brook Resort, 68300 CR 388, South Haven,
MI 49090. (616) 637-4796.
ABLE/DISABLED-WOMAN WRITER
seeks dependable, strong woman to assist
with meals, personal care. Some driving.
Thurs.-Sun. Cat lover. Central campus. Cali
eves., 662-2734.
AFTER-SCHOOL & EVENING
CHILDCARE for 2 boys ages 7 & 10, 2-3
days/week & full-time summer in my Burns
Park home. Non-smoker, own trans. 663-
5452.
ALASKA SUMMER EMPLOYMENT -
fisheries. Earn $600+/week in canneries or
$4000+/month on fishing boats. Free
transportation! Room & board! Over 8,000
openings. No experience necessary. Male or
Female. For employment program call 1-
206-545-4155 ext. A5598.

SUMMER HELP WANTED: Make $5-7/
hr. working in your own hometown. 30-40
hrs./wk. working outside w/ friends for ex-
terior painting contractor. Painting exp. a
plus, but willing to train. Call 1-800-543-
3792. for more info.
U-M OUTDOOR REC. CENTER
managers for sp. and su. Interest/exp. with
outdoor activities/equip, preferred. For more
informnation call 763-4560.
WORK STUDY STUDENT. telephone
calling, mailing, assembly, misc. office tasks.
Call Susan @ I.S.R. 936-0442.
WORK WITH ANN ARBOR'S largest
painting company. Must be willing to work
"many hours. No "experience .required, .but
very helpful. Call today, interviews soon. Pay
$7-l0/hr. 769-4877..

Michigan
Alumni work here:
The Wall Street Journal
The New York Times
The Washington Post
The Detroit Free Press
The Detroit News
NBC Sports
Associated Press
United Press International
Scientific American Time
Newsweek
Sports Illustrated
USA Today
Because they
worked here:
riy

by Julie Robinson
A new movement aimed at uniting
Latino students on campus is underway,
and gaining University recognition is a
primary goal.
The second of two mass meetings
was held Tuesday night at the
University's Trotter I-ouse to recruit
students to participate in a movement
that will attempt to lessen alienation
minority students may feel upon enter-
ing college.
The approximately 75 students at
the meeting, who came from different
areas of the Latino community, agreed
to draft a letter to University officials
enumerating their requests.
"We are a minority among a minor-
ity," said LSA junior Louis Pichardo,
the spokesperson for the Socially Ac-
tive Latino Students Association.
"When the University talks about
African Americans and does something
for their advancement they think 'O.K.,
all minorities are happy now,' but that's
not true. We're coming now and are
going to be knocking on their door," she
said.
Participants said demands will in-
cludeincreasing Latino faculty and staff,
offering incoming students a choice in
housing to give them the opportunity to
live in a predominantly Latino hall,
expanding the Latino studies program
into a department and forming a cul-
tural center on Central Campus.
Rebecca Pachuco, an LSA sopho-
more, said she is excited about the idea
of a cultural center. "It would be some

'When the University
talks about African
Americans and does
something for their
advancement they think
'O.K. all minorites are
happy now buy that's
not true. We're coming
now and are going to
be knocking on their
door.'
- Louis Pichardo
SALSA spokesperson
place where we can get together and
feel comfortable knowing that we have
the support of the University," she said.
"I know a lot of otherschools have them
and they have worked out."
Other goals of the umbrella group
include welcoming new students, serv-
ing as a forum to express problems, and
strengthening the voice of Latino stu-
dents on campus while educating oth-
ers.
Pichardosaidthemeeting washighly
successful.
"There werealotofus thatfoundout
that we have many things in common
that can unite the Latino/a community
here at U of M," he said. "This is a big
place, you can feel lonely and need the
support of your people.... It's hard to
find information,make friends, andlearn
about how to get involved."

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DAILY CLASS IEDS

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Lutheran Campus Ministry Presents:
The 1 1th Annuall Kauper Lecture
Professor Ronald Thiemann
Dean, Harvard Divinity School
Sunday,March 21, 3:30 P.M.
Honigman Hall, U-M Law School
Reception Following

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The Fourth Annual
Pyre-Med
Students'
Symposium
"Being a Part of the Future of Medicine"
Featuring Keynote Speaker:
David Ostrow, M.D., Ph.D.
Saturday, March 20, 1993
9:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
North Campus Commons

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