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"We decided we would encourage
people who had not applied to the ad
originally. We would call them up if
they were known to be doing out-
standing jobs where they were,"
In addition, Brewer said the
months of September and October are
busy periods for housing divisions,
causing additional delays.
"Most of the big searches have
taken a long time," Hartford said.
"We have a lot of good people on the
search committee who are also very
Besides the public presentations,
the candidates also will meet with
Associate Vice President for Finance
Chandler Matthews, Vice Provost for
Academic and Multicultural Initia-
tives Lester Monts, Hartford, the Stu-
dent Leader Roundtable and Housing
Hartford said she hopes the new
director will take office by the begin-
ning of February. David Foulke, in-
terim Housing director, will return to
his position as associate Housing di-
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strikes and plungeddeep into theBihac
"safe haven," seizing nearly half the
territory and uprooting tens of thou-
sands more civilians.
Two million Bosnians have al-
ready been made homeless by the
rebels' siege and their practice of"eth-
nic cleansing," and 200,000 - most
of them Muslims - are dead.
The Serbs have also taken 500 U.N.
troops hostage as insurance against fur-
ther NATO air strikes and refused to
release them despite virtual capitula-
tion by Western powers on the useof
force to protect U.N. enclaves.
Expressing his "deep disappoint-
ment" at Karadzic's refusal to meet
him at the U.N.-controlled airport
here, Boutros-Ghali said he would
not personally recommend withdraw-
ing U.N. troops from Bosnia. But he
warned that a pullout might be inevi-
table in view of international impa-
tience with the increasingly perilous
U.N. officials had warned a day
earlier that the future of the Bosnian
deployment was at stake unless
Boutros-Ghali's Sarajevo visit pro-
duced significant breakthroughs to-
ward a negotiated settlement.
He came to Sarajevo with plans to
press Serb rebels and government lead-
ers for concessions that would allow a
nationwide cease-fireand new negotia-
tions on an ethnic division of Bosnia.
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vide me with a good sense of what to
expect in the business world, before I
go on to an MBA program."
With so many MBA programs in
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their interests. "Students should make
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related issues, including symptoms
through its different stages, the his-
tory of research and the preventative
measures that people can take to pro-
tect against getting the virus.
She said some measures to pre-
vent infection are by not sharing
needles or syringes and by practicing
safe sex using a latex condom.
"People think that using a condom
is unnatural," she said. "But what
could be more unnatural than AIDS."
Arts and Programs Director at the
North Campus Commons Helen
Welford helped organize the event.
She said that, like Zara, she felt a
responsibility to educate young people
about the disease because AIDS of-
fers no second chances.
Zara said that over the years, her
experience in health care had allowed
her to see many illnesses but AIDS is
"It is so terrible, it's insidious, to
watch people waste away," she said.
LSA junior Brian Sopata said he
enjoyed Zara's lecture.
"I assumeduld know more about
about it, the only time I'd heard any-
thing was back in high school - and
back then, I didn't pay much atten-
tion," he said.
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around age 12, and girls don't marry
until age 24. That is twelve years of
raging hormones," Hacker said.
To calm the hormones, she su*
gested "outercourse" as opposed to
What is outercourse?
"Outercourse is playing sexually
without penetration. I support post-
poning intercourse," Hacker said.
In addition to educating partici-
pants on the joys of not having sex,
Hacker discussed the importance of
safety while participating in sexu*
"We have a pregnancy and sexu-
ally-transmitted disease rate that is
two times the rate or more than other
industrialized nations, 92 percent,"
Hacker said. "Intercourse has become
She also warned students against
AIDS and STDs. "Never have unpro-
tected sex ofany kind. Using acondo
can stop the diseases from sprea
ing," Hacker said.
Student reactions and questions
heightened the discussion.
"She is incredibly honest about
issues especially for teens and young
people," said Public Health student
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