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y - Thursday, March 28, 1996 - 7A
Union,'U'
not making
progress
GEO
Continued from Page 1A
"1 thought we regressed a little bit
Gamble said. "They provided a wage-
proposal exactly like they did on Oct._
31. We alsodidnot make much progress
on international GSis." s,
CEO Bargaining Secretary Mike Sel
agreed that yesterday's bargaining ses- -
sion was not productive and said GE0'
is still determined to sign a contract by
April 1.
"We're trying to be as flexible as
possible, and they're just not moving,"
Sell said. "Administration wants us to-
drop proposals. They've stated very*
clearly that they want to get a contract
by April 1 - so does the GEO.
GEO's potential walk-out would noC
be a factor in bargaining, Gamble said.
"I really don't think it will influence
bargaining at all,"Gamblesaid."Ithink,
it's a very unfair to undergraduates."
Provost J. Bernard Machen said he"
was unclear on why GEO decided to
call a walk-out two days before the.
University and the union enter a state
supervised mediation process agreed
upon by both sides.
"I am confused by it," Machen said
"After we agreed to go to mediatiofk
they decided to strike. I thought you
struck when things weren't working
out.-
"Why are you going to strike when
we agreed to take the issues to media-
tion?" '
CEO President Scott Dexter said the"
timing of the walk-out did not have
anything to do with the timing of their
mediation with the University.
"(April) 8 and 9, regardless ofmedia-
tion, is the optimal time for us to do
this," Dexter said. "We arenot inter-k
ested in disrupting undergraduate edu-
cation and any later in the year would
disrupt preparation for finals.
"Therefore, it seems to us this what
we have to do."
Dexter said a walk-out means GEO
members "won't do anything that re-
quires us to deal with the University."A
"It's just like a strike," he said. "W
won't be teaching classes, holding of-
fice hours, going to our classes or doingC
research on campus.'"
The Michigan Student Assembly-
passed a resolution last week to support
a one- or two-day walk-out by GEO.
said MSA President Flint Wainess.
Students said yesterday they did not
think the two-day walk-out would have
a huge impact on the Unversity, but
hoped both sides will reach an agree-
ment soon.
"I'm a fifth-year senior. These things
are going on for a long time every year..
but it hasn't affected me," said LSA
senior Joylyn Keil.
Keil said the walk-out would bring
more student attention to GEO.
"If we don't have classes because of,,
it, it's going to make students wonder-
ing what's going on," Keil said.
Engineering sophomore Andrew
Hunter agreed that GEO called a walk-
out to draw focus to themselves.

"They had a mock strike earlier,'*
Hunter said. "They just want to have a
show, so people will support them." _$
Assistant sociology Prof. Steven
Herbert will be one of the faculty mem-
bers not crossing the picket lines set up
by GEO members.
Instead, his graduate student instruc-
tors will assume the responsibilities of
lecture and discussion for Sociology
102 and 46, during the union's two-
day walkout - they will teach, he will
not.
"I am going to honor their request not
to teach on (April) 9th," Herbert said. .
"The fact that I'm not lecturing that
week means that GSIs will bear more
burden of the instruction that week."
Herbert said he would stand by his
G Ss because their satisfaction is a high
priority for him.
"I'm in a situation where I rely heavily
on myGSis, so it's important to me that
they are being treated fairly,"he said. "
basically support my GSIs. That's
what's motivating me."
Not every GSI will join the picket
lines. Law second-year student Will.
iam Cosnowski said he will teach his
Engineering 103 class during the work
stoppage.
"I really believe the striking will notF
solve problems; the people who will bet
hurt is the students," Cosnowski said.
"GEO's complete agenda is tooextenu-
ated and has little value to myself."
Biology lecturer Kathleen Quigley
who teaches Biology326, said the walk-
out would cancel the majority of her lab,
sections.
"I wish they would come to an agree-

Crew Leader & Crew Member positions
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car. Pay negotiable. Call after 7 p.m. 995-
9367.
PART-TIME OPENING 3:30 to 5:30 Mon-
day to 'Friday. St. Paul's Early Childhood
Center,; working with toddlers. 668-0887.
Start April 15.

I OR 2 PEOPLE needed for 2 bdrm. apt. on
North Campus. Parking, A/C, pool, ldry.,
dwshr. $233/mo., any Summer months you
need. Fully fum. 332-7826.
1 ROOMMATE WANTED 2 bdrm. hse. w/
office. Many extras $400 + util. 971-1162.
FALL SEMESTER roomate wanted. N-
smkr. to share 2 bdrm. bi-level fumn. Good
location. Call Joanna at 665-7054.
FEM. GRAD STUD. n-smkr. N. Campus 2
bdrm Idry. prkg. Aug. Lesley 994-4256.
FEMALE ROOMMATE needed to share a
fum. apt. Dishwasher. Ldry. Across from B-
school. $290/mo. incl. heat and water. May-
May. Call Beth 764-1619.
FEMALE ROOMMATE needed to share a
N. Campus 2 bdrm. n-smkr. ldry., free prkg.,
swimmingpol. $3 10/mo. incl. water. Sept.-
Sept. Jennier J. 662-4657.
ROOMMATES NEEDED to share large
contemporary 2 bdrm. apts. Call 741-9300.

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