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MCAT
Continued from page 1
omission when the April regis-
tration packets for the MCAT ar-
rived in February.
Louis Rice, chief preprofes-
sional advisor in LSA, said the
University had no part in choosing
not to hold the MCAT on campus.
"Clearly a choice was made by
somebody not to administer the
MCAT here on the U-M campus,"
Rice said.
"There have been lots of peo-
ple in and out of this loop," Rice
added, referring to the Universi-
ty's attempts to intervene and get a
test site on campus once the omis-
sion was realized.
One such attempt was made by
the Center for Research on Learn-
ing and Teaching (CRLT). CRLT
offered to coordinate a special test

site.
"We offered to open up an ad-
ditional site to accommodate at
least 100 students on campus,"
said CRLT employee James
Kulick. "ETS finally got back to
us and told us they felt they had
made sufficient accommodations
for students and so they would not
open up a site on campus.,,
Kulick said he arranged for a
room and tried to find out what
ETS' requirements were. He said
he forwarded a formal request to
ETS March 5 and four days later
the testing company turned it
down.
"We thought at the time
(Kulick's plan was turned down)
the proposed solution would
work," Tsuji said, referring to ET-
S's opening up additional spaces
at nearby colleges offering the
exam.

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CAMPUS CHAPEL
(A campus ministry of the
Christian Reformed Church)
1236 Washtenaw Ct. . 668-74211662-2402
Rev. Don Postema, Pastor
SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP:
10 a.m.- Sermon - Living Water
6 p.m.- Service of Meditation, Prayer,
Holy Communion.
WEDNESDAYS:
9-10 p.m.-Undergrad Group-Join us for
conversation, fun, refreshments.
CANTERBURY HOUSE
('The Episcopal Church at U of M)
518 E. Washington Street
SUTNDAY
5:00 p.m. Holy Eucharist
6:00 p.m. Dinner
The Rev'd Virginia Peacock, Chaplain
Telephone: 665-0606
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Non-Denominational Christianity
530 W. Stadium Blvd.
SUNDAY: Bible Study-9:30 a.m.
Worship-10:30 a.m.
Worship-6 p.m.
WEDNESDAY: Bible Study--7 p.m.
College Classes Available
All are welcome. Call for a ride!
662-2756
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801 South Forest (at Pill Street), 668-7622
.UNDAY: Worship-10 a.rn.
WEDNESDAY: Bible Study-6 p.m.
Evening Prayer-7 p.m.
ST. MARY'S STUDENT PARISH
(A Romnan Catholic Community at U-IA)
Corner William and Thompson St.
Across from Cottage In "
Weekend Liturgies- S.AIRDAY: 5 p.m.
S.NDA Y: 8:30 a.m., 10 a.m., 12 noon
5 p.m., and 7 p.m.
FRIDAY: Confessions 45 p.m
UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN Cl-lAPEL, LCMS
SATURDAY: Worship-6:30 p.m.
SUNDAY: Worship-10:30 a.m.
LENT WEDNESDAY: Devotions-7 p.m.
1511 Washtenaw, near HillStreet
Pastor Ed Krauss, 663-5560

ECONOMY
Continued from page 1
stimulus package would merely raise
the deficit.
"They think a large federal gov-
ernment is the answer," said John
Kasich (R-Ohio), sponsor of the Re-
publican alternative budget proposal.
"We believe empowering the indi-
vidual and getting government off
individuals' backs is the answer."
After passage in the House, the
stimulus bill is not out of the woods.
Some Senate Democrats are not will-
ing to sign on just yet. Sen. David
Boren (D-Okla.) sent a "Dear Col-
league" letter to senators yesterday,
asking them to hold up passage of
the bill until deficit cuts can be
made.
Although the cuts - to be made
in the budget resolution - will not
reach the Congress until fall, Clinton
said the stimulus package is neces-
sary now to "create a jobs recovery."
Among the spending proposals in
the $16.3-billion bill is a provision to
add $1.9 billion for Pell Grants and
compensate for a budgetary shortfall
in the fund.
Republicans charged that this
CAUCUS
Continued from page 1
students understand the history of
the problems on campus through po-
litical education, and to help people
understand the situation that is going
on locally, at the University and
nationwide."
Another board member, Kim-
berly Smith, a fourth-year medical
student, said, "The BMC is a pro-
gressive, anti-racist activist
organization that promotes its goals
CORNELL
Continued from page 1
promoting homosexuality, encourag-
ing segregation and protecting stu-
dent safety - are not valid.
"The president says the university
would be promoting a specific
lifestyle. He is associating homosex-
uality with a lifestyle, which it is
not," Gorman said. Homosexuality is
not a choice one makes, like wearing
a pair of jeans, and therefore cannot
be referred to as a lifestyle, he
added.
But Student Assembly member
Daniel Lee, who voted against the
proposal, said he is uncomfortable
with a living unit that he feels will
appear to promote homosexuality in
university catalogues and brochures.
"For the university to sanction an
area, they are basically promoting
the homosexual lifestyle," he said.
Lee offered an alternative plan to
fund a gay, lesbian and bisexual
support center. The Student Assem-
bly rejected Lee's plan.
Students from Cornell's Lesbian,
Gay and Bisexual Coalition say stu-
dents who must face homophobia on
a daily basis cannot accept the uni-
versity's safety concerns as valid.
But other people on campus argue
that a special living unit will focus
antagonism rather than overcome it.
"Gay students said they are will-
ing to take the risk, but the univer-
sity should not knowingly put stu-
dents in areas where they may be in

would not create jobs. "Just because
this is a good proposal doesn't mean
it will create new jobs," said Rep.
John Porter (R-Ill.), a University
alum.
On the other side of Capitol Hill,
Senate Republicans threatened a fili-
buster on the "Motor-Voter" bill. In
passage of the bill, Senate
-Democrats made a key concession
- states would not be required to
provide voter registration at unem-
ployment and welfare offices.
The bill now goes to a House-
Senate conference committee, where
members will work out differences.
Earlier in the week, the House,
concurring with an Senate action last
month, added an amendment to the
National Institute of Health's sup-
plemental appropriation bill, which
would continue the current ban on
immigration of individuals with the
HIV-virus. The amendment passed
both houses by veto-proof margins.
Despite Clinton's support for
lifting the ban, members cited safety
concerns and health-care costs as
reasons not to lift the ban. Clinton
said he would not veto the bill.
Rep. Ford, who represents Ann
Arbor, voted to continue the ban.
through education and activism."
Smith added that, despite student
apathy regarding racial issues, polit-
ical protests draw people. She said
the BMC will lay the groundwork to
organize protests and will support
other groups with similar ideologies
and political agendas.
This caucus allows the "older
generation of activists to come to-
gether to pass the torch to the next
generation of activists," said Eric
Jackson, an Ypsilanti lawyer and
member of the Latin-American Soli-
darity Committee. .
danger," Lee said.
Lam said she thinks there could
be some antagonism from homopho-
bic individuals. "I'm sure that there
are going to be a lot of anti-gay
things around for the first couple of
years."
Senior Demetri Moshoyannis, co-
chair of the Lesbian, Gay and Bisex-
ual Coalition, said the group of stu-
dents in the living unit will benefit
from sharing a common sanctuary.
"For anyone who is living there,
they would already have prepared
themselves mentally and emotion-
ally. The way our society is right
now, for anyone to be out is taking a
risk," Moshoyannis said.
In his letter to the assembly,
Rhodes also expressed concern that @
the living unit could encourage seg-
regation between heterosexual and
homosexual groups.
But Gorman said, "I think the
segregation argument is really
flimsy." He added that people in the
living unit would still eat, live and
go to classes with the other students.
"Sixty people living on a floor is
not the entire gay community," he
said.

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Opponents of the proposal said
there are no positive aspects to the
living unit.
Student Assembly member
Michael Plochocki said, "I don't
think that the university should be
segregating any group that feels ha-
rassed. We are setting a terrible
precedent."

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