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;ardresses by University President Lee
Bollinger and Dean of Students E.
Royster Harper, seminars on issues of
relevance to the Indian American
community and traditional Indian
flk dances.
"I feel so respectful of your partic-
ar heritage that you're seeking to
explore," Bollinger said. "I envy what
,it is you're seeking to do."
Harper detailed the major themes
-of the conference.
"Awareness is about understanding
who you are. To be truly human is to
'think and make conscious choices,"
Harper said.
She also spoke about specific qual-
ities needed for leadership.
"We need young men and women
ith courage, character and con-
science," Harper said. "You have to
do what's right -- whit you know is
morally right."
Following the welcome addresses
was a film presentation and Q&A
session with filmmaker Nisha
Ganatri. Ganatri showed her short
film, "Junky Punky Girlz."
The film, which was named the
ost outstanding short film of the
ar by PBS, is a portrayal of a young

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The Michigan Daily - Monday, January 12, 1998 - 7A

Indian American woman struggling
with issues of identity.
"I did it becauseI1hadn't seen any
representations of Indian Americans,
or any films that were representative
of me and my friends," Ganatri said.
The weekend was also an opportu-
nity for students to meet other stu-
dents, make contacts and have fun.
"I'd like to find out about what's
going on in our community, do some
networking and try to get involved,"
said George Washington University
junior Aparna Ramakrishnan.
Khandelwhal's keynote luncheon
speech addressed issues of Indian
American identity and culture.
"We have to think about the social
issues in the community, and the pol-
itics," Khandelwhal said. "We have to
ask ourselves how we are different
and how we are similar to other
groups. Activism can be your way of
life beyond the university."
Khandelwhal's address drew rave
reviews from students.
"She molded what it is to be Indian
American, the issues we must face
and what we can do to make a differ-
ence," Seth said.
The conference concluded on
Sunday with a student leadership
meeting and a cultural dance compe-
tition.

Castro, pope to meet next week

Los Angeles Times
HAVANA - Their portraits are plastered throughout
Old Havana - two septuagenarian exporters of revolu-
tion, crowd-loving orators and tireless propagators of
rival creeds, poised for a long-awaited encounter.
The official government picture on walls and popu-
lar T-shirts shows Pope John Paul 11 clasping hands
with his expectant host, President Fidel Castro.
Another picture, distributed by the Roman Catholic
Church, features only the pope and heralds his coming
as "the messenger of truth and hope."
John Paul's arrival next week for a five-day pil-
grimage across Cuba marks a historic overlap of inter-
ests between his activist, globe-trotting papacy, now in
its 20th year, and Castro's impoverished Communist
regime, struggling into its 40th.
But the contrasting posters reflect their diverging
expectations of the visit, which will include a private
meeting between the two men and four outdoor
Masses in four cities, ending with a nationally tele-
vised Sunday liturgy in Havana's Plaza of the
Revolution with Castro present.
The Cuban leader is welcoming John Paul as a fel-
low head of state, hoping his moral clout will deliver
Cuba quickly from its punishing isolation by the
United States. The pope is looking beyond the present
to the day Castro, now 71, will be gone from the pic-
ture.
Vatican officials say John Paul is coming to shore up

Cuba's Catholic Church so it can play a strong, moder-
ating role in a bloodless transition from Castro's one-
man rule and to preach reconciliation between
Communists here and anti-Castro exiles abroad.
To foster those long-term aims, the world's most
effective anti-communist missionary has decided, at
age 77, to engage the most charismatic of communist
holdouts mano a mano in a high-profile dialogue that
offers Castro two immediate benefits - legitimacy on
the world stage and a repudiation of the U.S. trade
embargo against his island nation.
"The success of the pope's visit should be the
nation's success, a success of the revolution," Castro
told Cuba's lawmaking National Assembly of People's
Power last month.
"The pope is going to Cuba not to weaken the
regime but to strengthen the church, and Castro knows
it," a Vatican official said. "Officially, this is a pastoral
mission."
But he added: "Whatever additional space the pope
can open for the church there will have a far-reaching
political impact. Freedom has a tendency to expand."
Few events since Castro's rise to power in January
1959 have carried as much potential to open the island
to democratic influences, many church officials
believe. The pope is one of Castro's most prestigious
visitors ever, and his church is the largest institution in
Cuba not under state control.
Several hundred Cuban Americans plan to come to

hear John Paul - the biggest return of exiles for a sin-
gle occasion during Castro's rule. Accompanied by six
cardinals and two dozen bishops from the United States,
they expect to join the largest crowds assembled here in
four decades for a religious demonstration.
The pilgrimage is a pointed challenge to
Washington because it highlights long-standing oppo-
sition to the United States' 36-year-old embargo by
the pope and by U.S. and Cuban bishops. The Clinton
administration has voiced private reservations to the
Vatican about the visit while saying little in public.
Cuba's Catholic leaders are declaring the Jan. 21-25
visit a tentative success on the basis of hard-won con-
cessions from Castro for the occasion.
He declared Christmas an official day off last
month, 28 years after making it a work day. He gave
the church space in state-run media and permitted a
series of unprecedented outdoor Masses to publicize
the pilgrimage. His government has agreed to bus
worshipers to the papal Masses.
Of crucial importance for the church's health, he has
agreed to let in dozens of foreign priests and nuns to
rejuvenate the small, aging corps working on the island.
There is no sign here of opposition to the visit,
but "I know Fidel's invitation wasn't welcome in
certain quarters of the (Communist) party and the
army," said a Cuban scholar close to the church
hierarchy. "And I can understand why.... Read this
pope's history."

SHIERS NEEDED, Part-time evenings
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OUNTER HELP WANTED Business
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Petev or Gayle at 936-3160.

COUNTER HELP needed at Tim Horton's
in the Michigan League Building 911 North
University. A clean work environment with
meal allowance and uniforms. An easy walk
from the Hill. Flexible scheduling. Morning,
lunch, afternoon, and evening shifts
available. Work a few hours before or after
class or even a full time moming/day position
available. Up to $6.75 per hour to start. Stop
by today and fill out an application.
DELI COUNTER PERSON needed
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DIRECT CARE workers to provide crisis
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required. Full-time, part-time available. Send
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Ozone House is an Equal Opportunity/Affir-
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EARLY CHILDHOOD Substitutes needed.
Have fun working with young children &
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EXCELLENT WAGES, incentives, flexible
schedules and meals for wait and host staff
with lunch availability. The U-Club, 1st floor
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MESSENGER. Deliver campus mail on
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familiar w/campus, & have valid drivers
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Call JoAnne @ 764-7230.
MUSIC INDUSTRY: bookin agency seeks
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NUTRITION STUDY- Healthy 20-40 yr.
old women needed for 2 taste test sessions
pay $10/session. If interested, call 647-9151
or email: ldck@umich.edu
P/T OUTREACH WORKER to provide
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agency's services to runaway, homeless & at-
risk youth. Also, to assist w/fundraising ac-
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WORK STUDY students are needed for
several office positions at Student
Publications. We're looking for punctual,
energetic students for assisting with some or
all of mail, phones, filing, and cash receipts.
Pay $6.75 per hour. Call for information 764-
0550 or apply at 210E Student Publications.
WORK STUDY Position in Endocrinology
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WORK STUDY OFFICE assistants. Help in
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WORKSTUDY STUDENTS needed bet.
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Please call Marcy at 769-6731.
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Friendly, well groomed, outgoing person
wanted for Ann Arbor subdivision. Excellent
communication skills with light clerical and
computer background. This is a part time
position. Will include weekends. Hours 12-5,
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SCOREKEEPERS is now hiring part-time
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SERVICE REP NEEDED. Are you self
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SPECIAL GIFT-We're looking for healthy
women between the ages 21-35 for egg
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SPORTS MINDED hiring immed. 6-8 en-
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