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WANTED: GRAPHIC illustrater for Med.
School Lab. Should be adept at line art using
MAC, a Unix-based drawing programs. Exp.
with Framemaker 4.0 is desirable but
creativity will compensate for learning
curves. 20 hrs./wk., $7.50/hr. Contact: Sari
Failer @ 763-6150.
WORK-STUDY POSITION. $7/hr. En-
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Possibility of full-time summer employment.
Job number 0969. For more information call
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ACTIVISTS WANTED for social change &
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Now hiring for Spring/Summer and Fall/
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Student Publications Building, 420 Maynard,
Win the Senior Staff Office. Application dead-
line extended until March 10, 1995.
ADVERTISING/MARKETING Asst. Part/
full-time, $6-$7 hr. Organizational, creative,
design, & computer skills a plus. Students
welcome. Send resume: Video Watch, 836
Phoenix Dr., Ann Arbor, MI 48108. Attn:
Advertising Dept.
ALASKA EMPLOYMENT - Students
needed! Fishing industry. Earn up to $3,000-
$6,000+ per month. Room and board!
Transportation! Male or Female. No ex-
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,A 5982.
ALASKA JOBS! Students needed: fisheries,
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EXPERIENCED MS-ACCESS & Visual
Basic Programmer. PT/FT flexible hours.
Call Tammy at 994-0003.
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GRAPHIC ARTIST/PHOTOGRAPER
To design the cover of the 1995-1996
Student Directory. Must be able to work
through mid-May. Great addition to your
portfolio. Stop by Student Publications Bldg.
at 420 Maynard (second floor) and ask for
Nancy, or call 7640431.
CHARLES ROSS
SUMMER RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP
FOR UNDER-REPRESENTED
MINORITY GRADUATE STUDENTS.
The Department of Pharmacology is accepting
applications for the 1995 Charles Ross Summer
Research Fellowship for Under-represented
Minority Graduate Students.Applicants must be
full-time students who have completed at least
two terms and maintained a 3.0 or better grade-
point average, and be willing to devote three
months to laboratory research. Support includes
a $3,000 stipend, supervision by a faculty mem-
ber, laboratory supplies and participation in labo-
ratory discussions and departmental seminars.
Application deadline is March 31.
For information,
call Dennis Ondreyka, 764-8165
GREAT PART-TIME JOB! Student Event
Corps. $6.40/hr. to start, flexible hours (eves.
& weekends), working concerts and parties
in University facilities. Apply in person at the
Office of Student Activities and Leadership,
rm. 2202 Union by Friday March 10 @ 5
p.m.
GREAT SUMMER WORK!
Macomb/Oakland counties
Paint at $6-7/hr. Call Frank 764-9794.
HARDWORKING RELIABLE Individuals
needed. Must have own car. Daytime
cleaning. Full-time/part-time. Call 741-8822.
HELPERS NEEDED to run the Arborland
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LEGAL SECRETARY - Law firm seeks
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language skills & accurate typing of 55 wpm
required. Health plan. Bring resume to Bar-
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48104.
MACKINAC ISLAND RESORT Hotel
seeking summer and seasonal staff-front
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Contact the Iroquois Hotel Winter Office,
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MACKINAC ISLAND. Enjoy a great sum-
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313/971-6122.
MATURE, NON-SMOKER needed for

business writing skills along with a
knowledge of human anatomy a must.
Knowledge of Medical Billing & Coding
helpful but not necessary (willing to train the
right person). WE OFFER GREAT PAY ($9/
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We're only a 10 minute bus ride from the
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EOE
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Dickinson, Wright, Moon
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500 Woodward Ave., Suite 4000
Detroit, Michigan 48226-3425
by March 20, 1995. Should you have any
questions, please contact Yukiko Sato at 313/
223-3613.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for an es-
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BLACK CROWS TIX for sale. March 28 at
the Fox Theater. Main floor & balcony
available. Call Peter or ED: 213-0859.
BLACK CROWES tickets, March 12, 28, &
29. Call John at 213-1271.
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books, books, books. Not just guitar.

JOE WESTRATE/Daily
The sound of pedagogy
Eighth-grader Sean Duffy takes piano lessons in the School of Music
yesterday. He and 150 others are in the Piano Pedagogy Laboratory
program for pre-college students, which is sponsored by the school.
K s
Russian historian
looks at soils

ERIC'S SPORTS: Team uniforms and shoes
for all indoor sports. 2 blocks off State Street.
Call 663-6771.
MEDICAL EDUCATION
SCHOLARSHIP
A BMA/SNMA Community Service Award
Eligibility requirements: BLACK
PREMED student who will be attending any
Medical School in the fall of '95. For more
info, see Black Student Network or contact
Kim Staton at 971-2117. Deadline April 1,
1995.

By Christy Glass
Daily Staff Reporter
Russian historian Vadim Z.
Rogovin discussed socialist altern-
atives to Stalinism last night to acrowd
of more than 200 in the Pendleton
Room of the Michigan Union.
With the help of a translator,
Rogovin said Stalinismhas been falsely
equated with socialism since the period
of Perestroika and Glasnost.
"The memory of Stalinism weighed
heavily in the hearts of every Soviet
citizen. Therefore, new information on
the Stalinist period provoked and in-
creased interest in leadership," he said.
He said that for two years, "the
minds of citizens were occupied with
rethinking this part of history."
But he said, "The understanding
and the level of thinking was over-
whelmed by the level of anti-commu-
nist propaganda."
As a result, "the criticism of Stalin
quickly turned into a criticism of
Trotskyism and Leninism," Rogovin said.
He said the focus of his research
has been to show how the opposition
to Stalin led by Leon Trotsky could
have been a valid alternative to
Stalinism.
It was this opposition that Rogovin
called "one of the main reasons that
Stalin decided to instigate the great
terrors."
"It is absolutely clear today that
the great terror was not due to patho-
logical suspicions of Stalin, nor was it
simply a measure taken by Stalin to
prevent the formation of opposition,"
he said. "The great terror was the only
method by which Stalin could combat
his opponents."
Today, he said, "socialism has been
betrayed two times. First by Stalinists
and finally by the recent lean of Soviet
bureaucrats" who have linked Stalinist
criticism to socialist criticism.
He added that, as a result, "the idea
of socialism has lost its confidence and
its attraction for people all over the
world who relate it to Stalinism."
The current conditions in the former
Sovietrepublics "indicate that we speak
of a need for the rebirth of the socialist
idea," he said.
Rogovin said that if socialist alter-
natives had survived and outlived
Stalinism, "today we would have a

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$6/hr. Apply at Humane Society of Huron
Valley, 3100 Cherry Hill Rd. Ann Arbor.
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ARE YOU LOOKING for ways to bridge
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*CHILD CARE-Responsible non-smoker
with car needed for 10-15 hrs./wk. Call
before 6:00 p.m. 663-3223.
CHILD CARE WORKERS sought by
church near North Campus for Sunday
mornngs. Nursery worker needed twice
monthly from 9:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Elemen-
tary worker need weekly from 11:00 a.m. to

JOE WESTMTEailUWy
Vadim Z. Rogovin discusses
socialism and Stalinism in a speech
last night in the Michigan Union.
number of advanced socialist coun-
tries with a high degree of economic
development."
"If all of (Stalin's) crimes had been
avoided, the world would look very
different," he added.
After Rogovin's speech, David
North, the national secretary of the
Worker's League, called Rogovin a
"courageous man" for continuing his
research despite the current political
climate. He said that because of schol-
ars like Rogovin, "the basis is being
laid for the rebirth of socialist politics
and culture."
Dan Renfrew, an LSA junior and
member of the Young Socialists, said
the speech carried an important mes-
sage. "It is very important that these
points are made because people in the
U.S. tend to associate socialism to
Stalinism.
"When Stalinism failed, people
talked about the failure of communism
and socialism, but it is very important
to know that Stalinism was a corrupt
form of socialism," Renfrew said.
Rebecca Marko, an LSA first-year
student, said, "I found the speech in-
teresting because I think that history
is essential in order to understand the
future, so people should use every
opportunity to understand the past in
order to have a full-bodied opinion of
the events of today."

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