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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
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Application deadline is March 31.
call Dennis Ondreyka, 764-8165
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
mornings. Nursery worker needed twice
monthly from 9:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Elemen-
tary worker need weekly from 1100 a.m. to
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MATURE,2NON-SMOKER needed for
babysitting. 2 school-age boys in my Saline
home, 15 min. from campus. 2-3 hrs. in mor-
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avail. during summer. Call 429-8175 after 5
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PART-TIME WEEKEND dishwasher
needed! Free food & a wonderful working
atmosphere. Apply in person; room 1310
Michigan Union, attn: Dave.
PERSONNEL NEEDED FOR security mid-
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scheduling. Will train full-time and part-time.
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PLAYWRIGHT WANTED. Res. Rep. and
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application, please call 747-3525.
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right person). WE OFFER GREAT PAY ($9/
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E Watchdog groups
say more than 2,000
crimes stem from
By Vahe Tazian
Daily Staff Reporter
A national study released earlier
this week indicates that crime against
homosexuals is on the rise.
In total, 2,064 anti-gay or lesbian
crimes were reported in 1994 from
Detroit, New York, Boston, Chicago,
Denver, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Colum-
bus, San Francisco and Portland, Ore.
The study was conducted by gay
and lesbian watchdog groups in those
cities and shows the figures to be up 1.6
percent from 1993. This included 22
murders of gay or lesbians, stemming
from their sexual orientation.
Ronni L. Sanlo, director of the
University Lesbian Gay Bisexual Pro-
grams Office, said the problem is
greater than the study indicates.
"People who are victims of anti-
gay violence are just not coming for-
ward to report the crimes," Sanlo said.
She attributed this problem to a
variety of reasons. She said reporting
a hate crime is like coming forward as
a homosexual, which some people
are not ready for. Also, she said many
homosexuals have been taught not to
trust "the system" or the police.
However, Sanlo added that her
experiences with the Ann Arbor po-
lice have been good. "They tend to be
very responsive, and they respond
sensitively," she said.
Matt Foreman, executive director
of the New York City Gay and Lesbian
Anti-Violence Project, the report's na-
tional facilitator, also said hefeels many
incidents go unreported. "There's been
at least 10 surveys done with more than
10,000 respondents," Foreman said.
According to the report, 96 anti-gay
incidents were reported in Detroit, a 14-
percent increase from 1993. Ninety-
two involved some type of physical
assault, including beating, murder and
sexual assault. Name-calling, vandal-
ism and robbery were also cited.
Three men were killed in Michi-
gan last year because they were gay,
according to Detroit's Triangle Foun-
dation, a gay activisf group.
In the nine metro areas around the
United States in 1994, 30 percent of
those accused in the hate crimes against
homosexuals were 18 or younger; 72
percent were 30 or younger.
The report also showed that crimes
against lesbians increased 19 percent
to an all-time high, with one-third of
all crimes committed against women.
"It's hard to tell why people are vic-
timized," Sanlo said. "Gays and les-
bians are always on guard. There is
always the stress of, 'When is it going
to happen to me?"'
The University does not keep
records of hate crimes, or crimes di-
rected toward homosexuals, said Uni-
versity spokeswoman Julie Peterson,
However, Sanlo said LGBPO has
encourages students to come forward
and report when they are victimized.
- The Associated Press
contributed to this report.
Casino workers go on strike
4TH FLOOR DESIGN! Meeting on the 4th
floor at 6-7:30 p.m., March 13th and 3-4 p.m.
March 24th regarding the renovation of the
Union 4th FLOOR. All students and
representatives of student organizations are
strongly encouraged to attend and give us
your feedback. Sponsored by Michigan
Union Board of Representatives.
ERIC'S SPORTS: Team uniforms and shoes
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A BMA/SNMA Community Service Award
Eligibility requirements: BLACK
PREMED student who will be attending any
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info, see Black Student Network or contact
Kim Staton at 971-2117. Deadline April 1,
WINDSOR, Ontario (AP) -
Casino Windsor workers walked off
the job yesterday, taking a gamble
that a strike would get them the wage
increases they couldn't win at the
"They're paying peanut wages and
making millions," Mark Morin of
Windsor, a casino valet, said as he
protested outside the casino.
The casino, which takes in more
than $1 million daily, pays an average
of about $6.60 an hour.
Officials with the Canadian Auto
Workers union, which has represented
the 1,800casino workers sinceSeptem-
ber, say the workers are seeking a 38
percent pay increase over three years.
The casino - run for the province
of Ontario by Windsor Casino Ltd.--
has offered a pay raise of more than
11 percent over three years - 21
percent if benefits are included, com-
pany president John A. O'Brien said.
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Continued from page 2.
Communication lecturer Joan
Lowenstein asked Rezmierski if the
University has considered limiting
students' access to the Internet. "Yes,
and we decided that it was against the
values of the University of Michigan
to do so," Rezmierski replied.
The panelists were MacKinnon,
Steinhardt, Scott Charney, director
of Computer Crimes Unit of the
U.S. Department of Justice; Daniel
Weitzner, deputy director of the
Center for Democracy and Tech-
nology; and Virginia Rezmierski,
assistant for Policy Studies in the
University's Information Technol-
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SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for an es-
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SUBJECTS NEEDED for cognitive
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SUMMER CAMP counselors to work one
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