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*IVERSITY
Continued from Page :L
self.
"One thing that was definitely on
our minds yesterday was the need for
a heightened awareness of what
Martin Luther King Jr. really did for
people of color," Salas said. "I think
that students of color here at the
University need to realize how much
ey are benefitting from the actions
f King and other activists who came
before us.
"Everyone needs to be aware of the
traditions of activism and what these
figures had to endure in order for us to

be here today' she said
Student participation in yesterdays
protest was fairly positive, organizers at
Angell Hall said.
"For the time we have been here,
many people have been inquiring about
the 'Day Without Diversity,"' wrote
Black Student Union member Delano
White on pieces of scrap paper. "We
hope that the University will not ignore
us and adhere to its promise to make the
campus a place where everyone's needs
can be met."
Black Student Union speaker Jeanne
Harris, who volunteered at Angell Hall,
wrote that she thought the symbolic
gagging was a successful approach.

"People are noticing and are talk-
ing about the issues of race, both
those who support and oppose our
methods. This was our goal," Harris
wrote.
"My hope is that whether or not
people agree with our methods, the
message will be heard. We will not be
silent or invisible in the U-M com-
munity."
Many students said they were not
aware of the "Day Without Diversity"
before they went to Angell Hall yester-
day.
"As an iArab American student
myself, I find it a little troublesome
that I was not aware of this protest

before this morning," said LSA
junior Susie Nakley. "Sometimes I
feel discriminated against, too, but I
am not really sure if this protest is for
all minorities or just African
Americans. Who are students of color
in this case?"
Nakley said she wished she had
known about the "Day Without
Diversity" beforehand.
"Maybe they should have handed
out fliers last Friday, too," Nakely
said. "That way more people might
have been encouraged to attend the
MLK Day events instead of sleeping
in.
Organizers of yesterday's protest

said the event was not funded by any
specific campus. organization, but
rather that supporters paid for the
3,000 fliers.
Salas said she hoped the University
administration will take yesterday's
protest as another sign to continue
the support and increase the popula-
tion of students of color here at
Michigan.
"Steps currently being taken are
good," Salas said. "But no one should
be satisfied until the climate for stu-
dents of color is more acceptable. If it
was acceptable, protests like these
wouldn't be necessary in the first
place.'

FUNDS
Continued from Page 1
of the University's efforts to promote
diversity.
"I'm happy that President Neal
looked into this problem and is propos-
ing it," said Alianza member Alejandra
Montes. "Now, to what extent the
University is going to carry out this
proposal, I seriously doubt."
Montes cited the low retention rate of
minority students as a problem that
needs to be addressed by the University.
"It's really hard to create a program for
diversity especially when the retention
rate of students is not there,"she said.

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PHONATHON
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Duties: Telephone School of
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contributions to the School.
Pay: Starting at $6.75 per
hour plus bonuses and prizes.
Hours: Sunday through
Thursday evenings, January
29 through March 20. No
calling during winter break.
Qualifications: Callers must
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Sales, public contact, or acting
experience helpful. Callers
must work at least two
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To Apply: Call 763-4880
M-F 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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Development and Alumni Services
1001 School of Education Bldg.
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RECYCLING PROGRAM needs volun-
teers for a waste study, Saturday, Jan. 25 on
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Transportation and coveralls will be
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or kazmier@umich.edu>.
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THE COMMONS CAFE on North Campus
now hiring: bussers, servers, cashiers.
Flexible hours, great $. Call Tim at 764-7535.
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healthy women to be egg donors for infertile
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HELP WANTED. ALL POSITIONS avail.
incl. mgmt., drivers, cooks, inside help. Full
& part-time. No exp. necessary. 92
(local call)
HELP WANTED: Small, private kennel
lookin# for help. Flex. hours. & job
description. 10 min. from UM. Call Alan at
810-208-8971.
HOME HEALTH AIDE. Immediate open-
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year commitment. Non-smokin Hours:
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shifts available. $6.50/hr. Meal benefits,
catering opportunities. App in person at
551 S. State or call now at 761115. EQE

LEAGUE BUFFET is hiring student workers
for lunch shifts (11-3 pm). Apply at
Michigan League Business Office: 911 N.
University. THE LEAGUE BUFFET offers
food perks and an excellent wage.
NOW HIRING MIDNIGHT shift student
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Office~
NOW INTERVIEWING all majors. The
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Travel. Call 800/943-6972 for info.
OUR CHILDREN NEED YOU to play &
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need someone M-F 12-6, thru June 15th.
OUR FIRM is looking for individuals who
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OUTSIDE JOBS-Now hiring: National
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Nationwide. Call 9191918-7767, ext. R189.
P/T PARAPRO to assist 2nd. & 5th. grade
students w/ Autism in classroom and during
p.m., bus ride. Hrs.: 12-3 p.m. Please send
appcatlon to:
Sharon Whitmore, Principal
North Creek Elementary School
699: McKinley Rad
Chelsea, MI 48118
Or call: 313/475-3713
Deadline for applications is 1/23197.
PA. COED CHILDRENS' overnight camp
seeks staff. Swim, radio, golf, sailing, tennis,
sports, & general. Call Marko at 610/941-0128
for an application or to schedule local
interviews. Write: Mark Glaser, 16 Gum Tree
Lane, Lafayette Hill, PA 19444. e-mail:
mglaser@aol.com
PART TIME WORK in pleasant home near
Central Campus. Incl. driving, cooking, &
ldry. Good payl Mon.-Thurs. 3:30-6:30
(flex.)213-5457.
PIZZA HOUSE HIRING all positions. Full
part-time. Answer phones, pizza-makers,
delivery driver.. Flexible scheduling. Apply
at 624 Church or call 995-5095.
RECEPTIONIST for busy electrolysis of-
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people. 971-8801.
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acceptable donation. Write APR P.O. Box

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WORK-STUDY STUDENTS: Looking for
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plus. Off-campus office, own transportation
necessary, free parking. Cantact Barbara or
Peg @ 998-7832 to schedule an interview.

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS

COLLEGE FINANCIAL AID - Studer
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ublic &private sector fundin sources.
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ext. F55983.
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0565.
U OF M MEN'S BOXING club meets:
Coliseum Mon. & Wed. 7-9 p.m. Tues. &
Thurs. 4-6 p.m. Friendly student club offers
good coaching & safe supervised sparring.
Fun and affordable. Beginners welcome.
Details 930-3246 or 669-2918.
UNDERGRAD LAW CLUB is having its
first social mixer of 97. Everyone welcome to
join. Thur. Jan. 23.6 pm at Touchdown. Free
food and drink.
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contact Mark & Michelle at 800/253-72.

ABLE CHILDCARE 20+ hrs./wk., 3
aftemoons. 5 & 8 yr. old boys. Experience,
references. 663-3482.
BABYSiTTER NEEDED on Thursdays 3-5
own transportation. 662-3062.
CAREGIVER NEEDED for 2 small
children in my A2 home. Up to 10 daytime
hrs./wk. Must have own trans. 426-3196.
CHILD CARE needed for 4 yr. & 22 mo.
old in our west A2 home for 3-8 hrs./week
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