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MAR.. APR.. or May-Aug. sublet must go! COLLEGE STUDENT WANTED for a MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS! Color- !!!!!SPRING BREAK '97 Panama City!! SUMMER CHARTERS. Athens $759,
Fw. n-smkr. please. Hill St. Huge bdnn. home-based program for my 5 yr. old autistic Works is currently recruiting on campus for a Boardwalk Beach Resort $129 7/nights Frankfurt $589, London $449, Paris $579,
idryvPrkg. Rent neg. 913-4485. son. Special Ed. or Psych majors preferred, limited number of summer '97 management Beachfront, Daily Free Drink Parties, Walk Rome $679, Shannon $409. Restrictions
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ore info. call 995-9200. Equal Housing COMPUTER ASSISTANT-Sophomore or Hills, Novi, Grand Rapids, Midland, joy Daily Free Drink Parties, No Cover @
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/ear CCRB. Parking & utilities incl. 669-
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AMERICAN HISTORY and Spanish tutor
needed for high school junior. Call 665/3141
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student massages. $25/hr. Call 677-4430 to
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ANXIOUS ABOUT SCHOOL or
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psychologist can help. Call Dr. Merton Shill
Student Publications. Good pay, flexible
hours. Work Study and others call for info.
and interview: 936-7883.
COUNSELORS, Junior Counselors, WSI,
and Art Instructor needed for Jewish Com-
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Counselor pay is $1650. Call Craig Pollack at
971-0990 for further info.
COUNTER HELP The U of M Business
School Snack Bar is seeking someone for 10-
15 hr./weekly. Shifts available 7:00 a.'m. -
2:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Will ac-
cept work study students. $6.00/hr. Contact
Gayle or Petey at 936-3160 between 8 am.
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CRUISE SHIP EMPLOYMENT - Travel
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DAYCARE NEEDS organizing, cooking,
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LOCAL SPECIALTY Woodworking tool
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are the fastest growing groups to con-
tract HIV/AIDS, and that one-quarter
of all new infections occur in youths
between the ages of 13 and 20.
"A major focus is youth, from mid-
dle school on up through college, since
not only are they a risk category, but
they are the next generation with whom
we need to break down the barriers of
discrimination, misinformation, fear
and bigotry," Lieber said.
Erin Heisenbert, Engineering first-
year student, said that while it is good
for the University to promote AIDS edu-
cation and awareness, some students
will not be influenced by the message.
"I think the events are a good idea
because anybody helped by them is a
good thing" Heisenbert said. "But the
people that take the time to go to the
events probably already have safe
Lieber said the AIDS Memorial
Quilt will influence visitors because of
"The quilt puts a name dn the end-
less statistics;'"he said. "It gives the stu-
dents a feeling like they know someone
who has died from AIDS because of
the life stories that the quilt possesses'
But LSA junior Nina Uppal
remained skeptical about the degree of
the quilt's impact.
"I think it will touch people, but I
don't know if they will think that they
could be one of those people."
Tomorrow: 'Minority issues and
AIDS," 3 p.m., Track and Tennis
Moniday: "Sex Matters,' pre-
sented by Jay Friedman, 8 p.m.,
U-Club, Michigan Union
Tuesday: "Advances in
Treatment for HIV/A IDS," 4
p.m., School of Public Health 11
Wednesday: "Safer Sex
Workshops," 7 and 9 p.m.,
LGBPO Lounge, Michigan Union
Thursday - Sunday:' "The Ann
Arbor AIDS Memorial Quilt",
6:30 p.m., Track and Tennis
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because there is not sufficient evidence
for them to prosecute."
Wayne State University Law School
Prof. Edward Wise, who originally filed
a brief for the ACLU in Baker's defense,
said that although Baker's dismissal has
been a highly publicized First
Amendment case, the case did not even
go into the depths of constitutional law.
"You can uphold the dismissal of all
of the charges without ever even getting
to the First Amendment;' Wise said.
"The prosecution should never have
brought the case in the first place'
Wise said the case will not go down
in the record books as a groundbreak-
"It starts out looking like a land-
mark, but I don't think it is," Wise said.
"But it is an indirect victory for the
Although the appellate court upheld
the dismissal, U.S. District Attorney
Saul Green has not said whether he will
appeal the case again either to the
appellate court or to the U.S. Supreme
"Mr. Green is reviewing the deci-
sion, and he will decide if their needs to
be further review" said Sandy Pallazo,
a spokesperson for Green.
Baker was suspended indefinitely
in 1995 by then-University President
James Duderstadt for writing a
pornographic story on an Internet
newsgroup, which was read by a
University alum. The victim in the
story had the same full name as a
woman in Baker's Japanese class.
The case also involved e-mail mes-
sages Baker sent to a friend in
Canada outlining plans of molesting
and torturing women.
Laurie Burns, director of the
University's Information and
Technology Division, said Baker's sus-
pension was not due to a violation of
ITD policies that warn against putting a
story in certain areas.
Subsequently, Baker was imprisoned
for one month. The U.S. District Court
in Detroit dismissed the case in 1995.
Baker, who is currently an under-
graduate student at the University of
Pittsburgh, would not comment on
the recent decision.
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ASIA EMPLOYMENT - Learn how stu-
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ATTENTION BUSINESS MAJORS &
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whil you earn $8400. Positions available in
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AVERAGE Students in our program made
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students who want to travel call 973-7443
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