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2 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, !November 4, 1993

SWIPE
Continued from page 2.
The Diamondback quoted the title
as "The Sales of Black Folks."
"Because (Soyinka) had a thick
accent, instead of investigating what
he said, I think (the Diamondback)
automatically thought the book per-
tained to slavery because it was about
Black people," she said.
Diamondback Editor Drew
Weaver did notreturn repeated phone
calls for comment.

Although Stephenson and Jalloh,
a former Diamondback reporter, said
the paper has made a noticeable effort
to recruit minority reporters, Jalloh
said, "The paper has trouble keeping
reporters (of all kinds) because the
staff is cliquish, and makes you feel
uncomfortable."
Various efforts have been made
by the minority population to air their
feelings toward the Diamondback.
Last year, then-Diamondback editor
Edward Heard gave a 49-page griev-
ance to the newspaper and the admin-
istration. His complaint focused on

the Diamondback's insensitivity to-
ward minority issues.
Heard graduated Maryland and
was unavailable for comment
Today the National Association
of Black Journalists (NABJ) will be
holding a campus sensitivity forum in
the effort to make the issue of insen-
sitivity public. The Diamondback staff
was invited to attend.
Jalloh emphasized that the NABJ
had no part in the paper-napping.
The minority population at the
University of Michigan has mixed
views on student publications' cover-
age and sensitivity to minority issues.
Vice-Speaker of the Black Stu-
dent Union Dafinah Blacksher said,

"The (Michigan) Daily has a history
of being biased (against minority is-
sues), but I've noticed this year they've
made a noticeable effort to cover
them."
Prabhajyot Singh, a Nursing
sophomore, pointed out some of the
problems of Daily reporting. "They
wrote this article about the minority
population, and made it sound like the
school was an asset to minorities."
Whether the Maryland students'
reasons were just or not, Stephenson
pointed to the constitutionality of their
actions. "Once you take away- our
right for the public forum and opin-
ion, we as a people lose everything
our country stands for:~'

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PEPPERDI NE
Continued from page 1.
moved to the gymnasium Tuesday
night to wait while the fire passed
through campus.
Jeff Blish, Pepperdine director of
public information, said they remained
in the gymnasium through the night
and were allowed to return to their
campus residences early yesterday
morning.
Blish verified that Pepperdine
served as a command center for more
than 1,000 units of firefighters com-
bating the inferno throughout Malibu,
and that 150 "valiant" firefighters re-
mained on campus to protect univer-
sity property.
FIRES
Continued from page 1.
fire retardant painted the canyon's
east wall to stop fire from creeping
toward the densely populated Pacific
Palisades area of Los Angeles. At
least one home was destroyed yester-
day as Tuna Canyon wen t up in flames.
Malibu Colony was spared, as was
Pepperdine University, where 300
students spent Tuesday night in the
gymnasium as flames roared pastcam-
pus.
SUIT
Continued from page 2.
"As demands change we need to
be in a position to respond to those
changes. The judges decided they
wanted to change it," Randolph said.
He said the extent of the changes was
reassigned responsibilities.
Connors was named in the suit

Small brush fires were easily ex-,
tinguished on and around campus,
and Blish eagerly pointed out that
"the threat is (currently) over. There
is no evidence of any injury (to stu-
dents and faculty) or damage to school
Property."~
Miller said two evacuations took-
place, the first occurring in the early0
afternoon Tuesday, and the second.-
and more serious move later that
evening.
While classes have been canceled
since early Tuesday, B lish said yes-.-
terday, "We're looking to resume
classes (today)."
Despite the safety of students and
property on campus, Blish stated that
the fortune of students living off cam-
pus "remains to be seen."
The J. Paul Getty Museum was
safe, a spokeswoman said.
Flames slashed through yards
around canyon retreats belonging to
Gibson, Charles Bronson, Dick Van
Dyke and former Sen. John Tunney.
In front of a coastal highway home
owned by stars Willis and Moore, the
actor's new black Porsche was coy-
ered with white ash.
"He and his wife and the kids left
last night," said neighbor and care--
taker Artie Cirmncione. The couple
have two children and are expecting
their third.
because he is the administrative judge-
in the district.
Sullivan is currently on medical:*
leave from her new duties because of
emotional and physical distress. -
The 15th District court has juris-y
diction over civil matters in Ann Ar-
bor under $10,000. Under the reorga-
nization, the court employs three
judges, four supervisors-and approxi-"-
mately 40 staff members.

C O LL EGE

O F

The Orion String Quartet
Daniel Phillips, Violin
Todd Phillips. ioln
Catherine Metz, Viola
Timothy Eddy, Violoncello
The Mannes Trio
Hiroko Yajima, Vilinf
Melissa Meell, io lcelo
Diane W\alsh, Piano
The Newman-Olman
Guitar Duo
Michael Newman
Laura Oltman
Stringed Instruments
Nina Beilina, Violin
Alexander Cores, V iolin
Felix Galimir, Violin
Shirley Givens, Violin
Raymond Gniewek, Violin
Lewis Kaplan, Violin
Ani Kavafian, Violin
David Nadien, Violin
Daniel Phillips, i olin
Todd Phillips, Violin
Aaron Rosand, Violin
Anne Setzer, 1Violin
Sally Thomas, i olin
Hiroko Yajima, Violin
Lillian Fuchs, Viola
Rosemary Glyde, Viola
Karen Ritscher, Viola
Steven Tenenbom, Viola
Walter Trampler, Viola
Myung Wha Chung,
Timothy Eddy.,IVioloncello
Melissa Meell, Violoncello
Paul Tobias, Vi~oloncello
Julius Levine, Double Bass
Homer Mensch, Double Bass
Piano
Edward Adwel
Arkadv Aronov
Stephanie Brown
Vladimir Feltsman
Richard Goode
G;ranlflohannesen

Artistry & Community
At Mannes they go together. The skills, understanding ant
artistry are fostered by a superb faculty in a caring an,
community. That's why Mannes graduates succ

Woodwinds and Brass
Judith Mendenhall, Flute
Elaine Douvas, Oboe
John Ferrillo. Oboe
Mark Hill, Oboe
Linda Strommen, Oboe
William Blount, Clarinet
Peter Simenauer, Clarinet
David Carroll, Bassoon
Leonard Hindell, Bassoon
Judith Leclair, Bassoon
Allen Won, Saxophone
Ranier 1)elntinis. French horn
David Jolley, French horn
Philip Myers, French horn
Mel Broiles, Trnanpet
Vincent Penzarella, Trumpet
Per Brevig, Trombone
Donald Harwood,
Bass trombone
David Taylor, Bass trombone
Stephen Johns, Tuba
Conducting
Michael Charry, Orchestral
Amy Kaiser, Choral
voice
Richard Barrett
Judith Blegen
Thomas Cultice
Peter Elkus
Ruth Falcon
Bonnie Hamilton
Antonia Lavanne
Dan Marek
Marian Thompson
Theodor LUppman
Diction
Marianne Barrett, German
Nico Castel, French,
German & Italian

New York Audition Dates:
January 5, 1994;
March 7, 8. 9, 10, 11, 1994;
May 24, 25, 26, 27, 1994;
August dates to be announced.
Chicago Auditions:
February 1, 1994
at Fine Arts Building
Los Angeles Auditions:
February 2, 1994
at The Music Center
of Los Angeles County.
San Francisco Auditions:
February 3, 1994
at War Memorial Opera House.

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Techniques of Music
id originality of Elizabeth Aaron
2d supportive Edward Aldwel
ceed. Terry Champlin
Robert Cuckson
Lassical Guitar Leo Edwards
ederic Hand Steven Freides
rhert Levine David Gagne
ichael Newman David Loeb
Zristin BerliliNeedelman
)bert Cuckson Frank Nerahauser
Zarle es Marie Powers
avd Joes Carl Schachter
vid Tcimpidis H~istoy and Literature
intemporary of Music
asemble Frederic Fehleisen, M.A.,
adeleine Shapiro, History of Music
irector Deborah Davis. M.A., M.S.,
yreusionEnseble Graduate Studies
rcuslonEnseble L. Michael Griffel, Ph.D.,
n Preiss, Director Graduate Studies,
istorical Performance Literature of Music
isembles Charles Kaufman, Ph.D.
1e Mannes Baroque Histr of Music
iamber Players, Kenneth Stem, Ph.D.,
ncy Wilson, Director Studies in Opera History
e Mannes Camerata, We welcome the
rul Echols, Director Orion String Quartet
leMannes Baroque to ourfa ty.

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Diploma, Professional Studies
Certificate
Major studies:
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piano, harpsichord, organ,
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