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harder than men for less money, he said.
Shabazz's visit, the first program
organized by the University Activities
Center Multicultural Programming
Board (MPB), elicited a positive re-
sponse from its sponsors, who plan
even larger events for the future.
MPB aims to conduct programs that
provoke thought about multiculturalism.
The group's goal was met, according to
Kriesta Watson, vice president of
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Watson said. "Multiculturalism is try-
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people. ... In her speech, (Shabazz)
made it clear that it's a good thing."
Engineering juniorDebasishMishra
said he was touched by the event.
"She had a really personal message
- for people to love themselves and to
expand multiculturalism," he said.
Indeed Shabazz did personalize her
message. She said that when her hus-
band was assassinated, she was preg-
nant and without a home or a job. "I
could have sat and cried and criticized
everyone from God on down," she said.
"I used that energy to pull myself up."

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for MSA president, were also present
during the incident.
Alexander and Young said no threat
or intent of physical contact took place
by Kight or Greenberg.
"All it was was a verbal exchange,"
Alexander said. "At no point did Brian
Kight wave his fist or intimate that he
would have any physical contact with
Trevor Moeller."
Kight said Moeller tried to provoke
"At one point he even said to me,
with a smile on his face, 'You want to
hit me, don't you?"' Kight said.
Critical comments of the Michigan
Party on the Outsider Party's Diag
shanty, which went up Tuesday, led to
Tuesday's incident.
The shanty attacks the Michigan
Party's work to amend the code.
"I think attacking the Michigan
Party for its work on the code is un-
founded and ludicrous," Greenberg
said. "No student on this campus has
put in more time and effort to work
against the code than Brian Kight, a
Michigan Party leader."
Moeller, who has drawn up 19
amendments to the code, said yester-
day he supports the need for such a
code, although he said he believes it
needs to be amended.
Also disputed on the shanty is the
size of MSA's budget.
The shanty states that the student
government has a budget of $500,000,
while the assembly actually has a bud-
get of $203,000. Moeller said he made
amistakein hisreportoftheassembly's
Moeller said he went to the shanty
with Young Tuesday night because of
an alleged suit by the Michigan Party
against the Outsider Party in the Cen-
tral Student Judiciary (CSJ), MSA's
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Whitewater real estate venture, the
failed Madison Guaranty Savings and
Loan, and the suicide of White House
lawyer Vincent W. Foster Jr. is com-
Although Republican lawmakers
promised Fiske they would not grant
any congressional witnesses immunity
from federal prosecution, the prosecu-
tor said he fears a parallel inquiry by
Congress could undermine his ability
to get all the information he needs to
make a criminal case, if there is one.
But Fiske acknowledged that Con-
gress has a legitimate role to look into
issues related to the performance of
federal agencies, which includes the
allegations that White House aides had
inappropriate contact with Treasury
Departmentofficialsin connection with
the Whitewater probe.
Houseand Senate Republican lead-
ers were more than willing to put off
their demand for immediate hearings.
"We're not planning to rush pell
mell into this as some have said," said
Sen. Alphonse M. D'Amato (R-N.Y.)
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tions of the panelists in orderto provide
students with some general informa-
tion that they may not be aware of and

get the questions rolling. "What we are
really hoping for is audience participa-
tion," he added.

'This is just another
mud-slinging, negative
publicity stunt to try to
get more attention to
his candidacy.'
- Craig Greenberg
MSA president
judicial branch, disputing the facts on
the shanty.
"(Young) notifies me the Michigan
Party is filing suit against me for libel,"
Moeller said.
But Young said she went with
Moeller only to see the shanty and did
not know of any Michigan Party suit
against Moeller.
CSJ Associate Chief Justice Eu-
gene Bowen, also a member of Theo
Michigan Daily's editorial staff, said
he did not know of any case filed by the
Michigan Party against the Outsider
Party. Greenberg also said the Michi-
gan Party did not file a case against the
Outsider Party.
But Moeller alleged that the CSJ
justices laughed and threw out a suit by
the Michigan Party against the Out-
sider Party for the facts on its shanty. @
Alpha Tau Omega fraternity is the
sponsoring organization fortheshanty,
which has a permit to stay in the Diag
through April 5. Moeller serves as the
vice president of the fraternity.
Moeller said some may seen his
charge as politically motivated.
"I think the more serious issue that
this deals with is the conduct of our
student leaders," Moeller said.
But Greenberg said the Moeller'sW
action is politically motivated.
"This is just another mud-slinging,
negative-campaign publicity stunt to
try to get more attention to his candi-
dacy," Greenberg said.
MSA elections are March 22-23.
who has been among the loudest voices
calling for a congressional inquiry. .*
But Republican Rep. Jim Leach of
Iowa, who has led the call for a con-
gressional inquiry, has not given up on
his option, under House rules, to hold a
one-day Whitewaterhearing beforethe
House Banking Committee later this
Leach refused Fiske's invitation to
meet with him yesterday, calling it
"inappropriate.... I don't want to corn-
promise what he's doing, and I don't
want him to compromise what I'm
The prosecutor is strongly object-
ing to Leach's plan to call 40
Whitewater witnesses, including nu-
merous White House officials, saying
it could severely endanger his own
"I don't understand his objection,"
Leach responded.
"We've given him our list of wit-
nesses and he has two weeks to bring
them first before the grand jury if he
wants to."
Leach has continued to call for full
public disclosure of everything related
to the Whitewater affair.
Over the years, the conference has
covered various topics from arms con-
trol to the role of abortion as a political
issue. As chair of the political scienc
department, Jack L. Walker Jr. helped
establish the conference that bears his

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