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American figures and history.
"It's important to get them exposed to the depth
of Korean American history," Rhoe said. "A lot of
the kids know more about Korean American histo-
ry than I thought."
,Rhoe said he begins his lesson by talking about
history after 1965, but that there is a gap in many
"ople's knowledge of Korean American history
"It's important to know your place in American
history," Rhoe said.
The festival included an evening program, featur-
ing keynote speaker Steve Park, a Korean American
actor who was on the television program "In Living
Color," and has appeared in the movies "Fargo,"
"Desperate Measures" and "Falling Down."
Park spoke about the difficulties of being an
Asian American actor and the racism and preju-
lice that exists in the Hollywood community. Park
ok a stand against racism in the Hollywood com-
unity by writing his "Hollywood Mission
"I felt like I needed to explain the truth - what
is the truth, what really is happening?" Park said.
Park encouraged the audience to follow their
dreams despite the stereotypes that exist.
"If you just blindly follow what people tell you
to do, you don't serve anyone," Park said.
The show also featured both traditional and
modern musical and dance performances by stu-
dents, including a performance by C.O.L.D. - a
Korean American band - musical performances
of popular Korean music, a hip-hop dance, a tradi-
tional fan dance and a drum dance.
Korean Students Association President Jeanah
Hong said that the show was an opportunity to dis-
play the diversity of Korean Americans.
"We tried to cover different aspects of Korean
culture," Hong said. "I think it went really well.
We're glad with the turnout."
About 150 students attended the evening show.
"I thought it was really fun," said Engineering
first-year student Judy Na, who performed a tradi-
tional dance. "I was glad I had the opportunity to
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Carol Hollenshead, director of the Center for
the Education of Women, gave the keynote
address following the dinner banquet held in the
League Ballroom on Friday. Hollenshead's talk
wove her personal battles against sexism with
the challenges women have faced at the
University throughout the years.
"Since the 1970s, efforts to push, pull and drag
the University toward gender equality have con-
tinued as new groups of women provide leader-
ship," Hollenshead said.
LSA Student Government President Lauren
Shubow said Hollenshead's talk caused her to
question where women stand today at the
"I think that on the surface we've made a lot
of strides and we do have women in leadership
positions, but in reality, only 22 percent of the
faculty are women," Shubow said. "I've also
attended several chair of directors meetings
and it's a room filled with older, white men."
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Hollenshead followed her talk with "Turn-
About," a voiced-over slide show she helped
produce while she was active in the women's
movement on campus in the early '70s.
LSA sophomore Caitlin Klein said the blatant
sexism the slide show highlighted has not been
an issue for her.
"These concerns (of the slide show) don't
even register for me," Klein said. "I'm not wor-
ried that I'm not going to get a job because I
am a woman."
Saturday's panel on women's health featured
women who said they work to provide the most
comprehensive care to women during child-
birth and throughout their lives.
"I am very interested in keeping women's
options open and am a big advocate for let-
ting women have choices of where to birth,"
said panelist and obstetrics and gynecology
Dr. Elizabeth Shadigian.
Michigan resident Brandi Caruthers, who is
training to become a midwife, said the panel
on women's health was what brought her to the
"I came because my whole career choice is a
choice of political activism," said Caruthers,
"Proper birth care is just not available. Womed-
do not know what's happening in their bodies'
and doctors are still allowed to treat us like
The panel on women in politics turned the
focus to women in leadership and was com-
prised of U.S. Rep. Lynn Rivers (D-Ann
Arbor), state Sen. Alma Wheeler Smith (D-
Salem Twp.), state Rep. Liz Brater (D-Ann
Arbor) and Ann Arbor Mayor Ingrid
The legislators discussed the advantages and
disadvantages women have while campaigning--
and holding office.
Despite societal messages that tell women
they should not attempt to hold public offices,,
surveys show that women often start with a
lead in political polls because they have high-i
er credibility in certain areas, Smith said.
The three-day conference ended yesterday
morning with a closing address by Provost
N ARUOR SUMMER JOBS! The
o rks is currently recnriting on cam-
pus for a limited number of summer '98
management positions. Great experience and
resume builder. To speak to a campus repre-
sentative for morei o. call 1-800-477-1001.
ANYONE CAN DO THIS-Taking customer
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Make $2072/month this summer
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Specialties: athletics, dance, aerobics, tennis,
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the most memorable summer of your life.
Directors for Drama, Camping/Nature, Golf,
Counselors to live in cabins and teach at
specialty areas. If you love children and have
a skill to offer call 1-800-279-3019. On Cam-
pus Interviews, Mar. 25th from l0am-10pm
in the Crowfoot Room of the Union.
COME TO NEW HAMPSHIRE for the
summer (6/21-8/20). Outstanding brother/
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lake seek skilled counselors for land, water
sports, arts. Room, board & transportation
paid. Interviews avail. 12-4 p.m. 3/16 Crow-
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Winaukee (Boys): 800-791-2018
COUNSELORS: TOP BOYS SPORTS
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Must have good skills, to instruct & coach.
Openings in: All Land Sports & All Water
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Awesome Facilities, Room/Board/Ldry.,
Travel. CALL, E-MAIL
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DATA ENTRY positions available with
flexible hours in our Ann Arbor office. We
are a leader in Medical Billing, and we are
looking for those who are dedicated,
meticulous, quick thinking and can type - ac-
curately - 60 wpm OR MORE. Knowledge of
medical billing and coding helpful but not
necessary (willing to train the right person).
WE OFFER GREAT PAY ($9.00/hr
minimum) AND EXCELLENT BENEFITS -
WHAT CAN YOU OFFER?? We're only a
10 minute bus ride from Campus. Interested:
fax your resume to 313.677.7407 or send to P
M G Personnel Coordinator, POB 1108, Ann
DELIVERY PERSON - Responsible No car
needed 10 hrs./wk. 9-5 Fill out application or
send resume 1133 Broadway.
DESPERATE! Need high school chemistry
tutor. Will pay. Call 973-1227.
EARN EXTRA CASH mailing our cir-
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EASTERN EUROPE EMPLOYMENT
Teach basic English in major European cities.
Competitive wages + benefits. Ask us howl
(517)336-0625 Ext. K55981.
EXTRAS NEEDED TO PLAY college &
high school age range for upcoming film. No
exp. nec.18+/all looks needed/on-site. Con-
tact NBcom. 818-769-1600.
FRIENDS GIFT SHOPS
Cashier experience helpful, 8-18 hrs.
evenings, weekends, and holidays. Some
daytime hours available. Work-study
students qualify. Must be avail. for
Spring Break through Summer. $6.25.
Call 936-5971 after 12 noon.
T gnet your
Be an Account Executive for
The Michigan Daily Classifieds.
Call 764-0557 or stop by the
Student Publications Bldg.
at 420 Maynard for an
APPLICATIONS FOR BUSINESS
MANAGER OF THE GARGOYLE ARE
NOW BEING ACCEPTED.
Students with business and organizational
talents are invited to apply for the position of
iamess manager of the Gargoyle.
The Gargoyle is a magazine of humor with
ceminercial publishing goals produced by
students at the University of Michigan. Fun-
ding, is available and approved for the
prodluction of a spring 1998 edition for those
who..applyearly. Future funding is also
ay, 4able. Teoffices of the magazine are lo-
cated at the Student Publication Building,
420 Maynard Street.
Interested students may apply by submitting
a brief biography and an essay on why they
would like to be business manager and why
thty Would be successful. Candidates will be
uated on the basis of talents and emerg-
skills in business and evidence of or-
ganizational skills. On the basis of the written
application, candidates will be invited to an
Applications should be delivered or mailed to
the Board of Student Publications, Room
210E,420 Maynard Street, Ann Arbor, MI.
ASS'. TO M.D. Well-organized, self-
starting. Bookkeeping/accounting skills,
word- processing, and car. $ negotiable.
exible hours. 797-5522.
Develop leading edge software
applications for a high growth,
Engineering Animation, Inc.
:(EA), a dynamic 3D visualiza-
tion software development
company offers excellent
career paths for motivated soft-
ware engineers with strong
C++, 3D graphics, DirectX,
ctiveX, and Java programming
Successful candidates will
bring know ledge/experience in
-Win95, WinNT, COM, MFC or
J,.IX, the ability to meet rigor-
ous deadlines, and knowledge
bt moderate to large sized. pro-
jects. Learn about EAI at:
e will be conducting campus
ir1erviews on March 23rd. See
the Engineering Career
-Resource Center for informa-
ATTENTION PREBUSINESS and PreLaw
,Vtiors Make~ gre.at $$ this summer while set-
* Build your resume
* Develop leadership and
* Work with a dynamic group
of student programmers
* Become part of U-M's
largest student-run org.!
Applications are available
at 4002 Michigan Union
DEADLINE: MARCH 18
For more info, call 763-1107 or
visit our website at:
GENERAL LABOR/swimming pool
maintenance. Top pay: $600+/wk. for self-
motivated individuals. N.W. Detroit suburbs.
Call Craig at 248-477-7727.
GYMNASTICS COACHES needed day &
early evening in Ann Arbor. Will train. Pay
$8/hr. to start. Call 734-426-0394.
HAVE AN AMAZING SUMMER! Coed
camp in Massachusetts seeks caring &
motivated college students who love kids!
General & specialty counselors needed. Join
a dedicated team. Competitive salaries +
room+ board+ travel. 800-762-2820.
HOME HEALTH CARE attendants for lo-
cal student. No experience necessary-will
train. Great opportunity for nursing and OT
students. Very flexible schedules. Must have
transportation. Call 930-6152.
INTERLOCHEN CENTER FOR THE
LOOKING FOR AN EXCITING AND
REWARDING SUMMER WORK
We are looking for individuals interested in
being a part of the festive and educational
atmosphere of an Interlochen summer! There
are are still great opportunities to work on our
summer staff in these departments:
Accompanying, Visual Arts Assistants,
Campus Retail Store, Concert and
Information Services, Stage Crew, Cabin
Counselors, Transportation and Security,
Food Service, Nurses, Music Library,
Theatre and Waterfront. Employment dates
are June 14 - August 17, 1998. Base wages
range from $800 to $1200 plus meals and
lodging for the camp season. Please contact
the Human Resources off for an application
materials at (616) 276-7342 or email:
LAW FIRM, PART TIME, paid position
available, no prior experience necessary.
Must be able to start this spring and be avail-
able at least through ensuing year. Fax
resume to 313-662-3893 immed., or send to
308 W. Huron. Ann Arbor, MI 48103.
Responsible for maintaining campus ground and nurtur-
ing plant materials on campus. As seasons dictate,
assist with mowing, weed whipping, weeding; leaf pick-
up; shrub and flower bed clean-up; preparing for planting
flower bulbs; pruning ornamental trees ano shrubs.
Duies also include litter pick-up. Pay starts at $7.00 per
hour; Application Deadline is 3/13198
+ Desired qualifications:
\Genuine interest in creating
beautiful and safe campus area.
To Apply: call 763-5539
Or stop by UM Grounds Department office for an applica-
tion between 7:O0am-3:00pm weekdays. Grounds &
Waste ManagementPlant Services Building (first floor)
1 Palmer Dr. (behind the Power Center)
LAW FIRM, FULL TIME, paid assistant
position available, no prior experience
necessary. Must be available for summer and
ensuing year, and part time training this
spring. Fax resume to 313-662-3893 immed.,
or send to 308 W. Huron, Ann Arbor, MI
MUSIKER TOURS AND SUMMER
Counselors needed for our student travel
programs and/or our pre-college enrichment
programs. Applicants must be 21 years old
by June 20, 1998.
*Energetic individuals who can dedicate 4-7
weeks this summer working with teenagers.
We will be on campus interviewing Tuesday,
Aprli 14th To receive an application or to
find out more information: Call Jen at 888/8-
SUMMER or E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
NEED SOCCER COACHES. 7 wk. session
begins mid-April ends early June. $12/
session. More info. call 66A-AYSA.
NOTETAKERS NEEDED Immediate
openings. Seniors and grads. Attend class,
take notes. Eam up to $14/lecture. Variety of
classes, flexible schedule. Faculty approved
classes only. Apply at Grade A Notes, 549 E.
University Ave. Or call 741-9669 for more
PHOTOGRAPHERS needed (50-60) to
help photograph events during April, May,
June. Must have own transportation and able
to work night and weekends. No expenence
needed. We will train and equip. $0-$12/hr.
PROGRAMMER: LOCAL www-based
sports firm needs baseball fans with C,
HTML, perl, java exp. Part-time, possible
full-time summer. email@example.com.
To live on site in central campus Apt. Bldg.
Assist Property Manager with daily opera-
tions of small apt. bldgs. Duties include:
minor maintenance, minor cleaning, showing
of properties. 10-12 Hours per week
anticipated. Great opportunity for very ma-
ture individual or couple. Position begins
August 1998. Call Ann: 426-6035.
SPECIAL GIFT-We're looking for healthy
women between the ages 21-35 for egg
donation. All ethnic backgrounds are
encouraged. Fee paid. Send inquiries to
AARMA, P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, MI
STUDENT SYSTEMS PROGRAMMER
SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR NEEDED
Two P/T technical jobs available w/the
Medical Center Information Technology
Dept (MCIT) Special Projects Division. We
are a development & technology assessment
team. Student members have opportunity to
gain priceless real-world business and
clinical exp. in the application of modem
computing technologies. We need students
w/-1/2 yrs. or more of school remaining to
work 16+ hrs./wk. & have exp. in ANY one
of the following areas (med. background not
Communications: network programming,
ISDN & ADSL setup, routing OOP: C++ w/
design exp., Corba/IDL skills, 00 Databases,
AIX, & Solaris Systems Admin.: web
servers, transaction gateways, desktop
admin., performance analysis Database I/O:
DCOM, Oracle SQL*Net, ODBC, Schema
design Multimedia: VR & VRML,
Vidoconferencing, programming w/
Waveform, image, and video file formats,
voice recognition Technologies: MIME,
Telephone signaling, wireless transmission,
microscope and camera optics, digital
signatures and certificates.
Compensation: $7/hr. to $12/hr. depending
on experience. Personal transportation
For more info. call Donna @ 647-5250 or
SUMMER CAMP COUNSELORS
NEEDED FOR PREMIERE CAMPS
Positions for talented, energetic, and fun
loving students as counselors in all team.
sports including Roller Hockey, all individual
sports such as Tennis & Golf, Waterfront &
Pool activities, and specialty activities
including art, dance, theatre, gymnastics,
newspaper & radio. TOP SALARIES, room,
board and travel. June 20th-August 19th.
Enjoy a great summer that promises to be
unforgettable. MAH-KEE-NAC (Boys): 1-
800-753-9118 DANBEE (Girls): 1-800-392-
SUMMER INTERNSHIPS + Fall/Winter
jobs available. Earn commission based pay at
The Michigan Daily selling advertising to lo-
cal and national businesses. Looking for
creative, ambitious and highly motivated
students. Call 764-0662. Application dead-
line extended to March 16.
TEACHERSNEEDED - MCAT, LSAT,
GMAT, GRE, SAT, ACT. If you are a
dynamic and motivated person with high test
scores, you could teach for The Princeton
Review. Great pay, flexible hours. Call us
TODAY - 313/663-2163.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY CLASSIFIED
IS NOW HIRING!!
The Classified Dept. is now hiring Account
Executives for Spr./Summer and Fall/Winter.
Work in a fun student environment while
gaining valuable advertising,
communications and business experience.
Applications are available at the Student
Publications Building, 420 Maynard.
DEADLINE: APRIL 3, 5 P.M. Call Monica
or Phil with questions at 764-0557.
TMJ OF FACIAL PAIN? Research par-
ticipants needed: Are you a woman who has
been suffering from TMJ or chronic facial
pain for 6 months or longer? qualified par-
ticipants receive free dental evaluation, $150
compensation at completion. Study involves
overnight stay in the hospital (may be
scheduled for weekdays or weekends) and
blood sampling through an IV. NO medicines
are given. Women with normal menstrual
cycles who are taking no regular medica-
tions (birth control is acceptable) and who
have had NO previous jaw surgery may be
eligible to participate. Please call 936-4845
for further details and screening.
VOLUNTEERS WANTED. Cold study Vit.
C and Zinc. Med. Ctr. Gift certificates.
Call 936-6267 pager 2960.
WANTED TEACHER for Jewish pre-
school in Flint. Sept., 1998. Commuting paid.
Degreed, licensed teacher with child develop-
ment background. Call Emily Bank 810-732-
WANTED: 87 PEOPLE. Make 30 lbs. dis-
appear fast: we pay to lose weight. 100%
natural, doctor recommended 888/836-1244
WANTED: an exceptionally bright UM stu-
dent (Aren't they all?) for office assistant,
work study position, University relations,
$6.50/hr., beginning ASAP. 1-5 p.m. M-F,
contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 763-5554.
WIN A BIG SCREEN TV
MAID SERVICER A SEMESTER
while raising money for your student
organization. Earn up to $5.00 per Visa/
MasterCard application. The 1st 50 groups to
complete the fundraiser receive FREE
M fIE PASSES!
Call for details. 2-800-932-0528 x 75-.
$ $ ALL STUDENTS get 50% offs Call 913-
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$ LOW FARES WORLDWIDE & Summer
Charters to Europe. Frankfurt from $629,
London from $449, Shannon from $429. In-
stant purchase Eurail passes. Regency Trave
209 S. State 665-6122.
$ STUDENTS Purchase your tickets with
Continental vouchers & Amex card. Regency
Travel 209S. State St. 665-6122. Frances.
MIAMI ONLY $79 O/W. Mexico/CarilF
bean $250 R/T. Europe $209 o/w. Other
worldwide destinations cheap. IF you can
beat these prices, start your own damn
airline! Air-Tech (212) 219-7000. (800) 575-
WINTER ESCAPE- Cozy log cabins on
lake. $54-79 ntly. Incl. hot tub, cross country
trails & more. Near downhill. Traverse City.
can play today - Herb David Guitar Studio
302 .Liberty 665-8001.
!ATTN: VIDEO GRAPHERS! Film the
naked mile & make $$$. We pay $100-200A
hr. for good footage. Email us your 4x
MICHIGAN PSYCHOANALYTIC FOUNDATION
ASSOCIATI N FOR PSYCHOANALYTIC THOUGHT. ANY
THE SCHOOL F MUSIC NVERSITY OF MICHIl3AN
PSYCHOANALYTIC PERSPECTIVES ON AFFECT"
Friday, 17 April Rackham auditorium
8:00 p m. Papeor presentation & concert
Saturdg 1 8AprileMichigan League
9:0 am. apr presentations
12:00 p.m. Lunch
1:30 p.m. Plenary session
8:00 p.m. concert
Suntday ,19 April Michi" gan Psychoanalytic Center
5:00 am. Additional paper presentations
For inform ati n:
Michigan sychanatic Center
or Tin Goodin ieret Ph.D.
Fridav p.m $50 turdy$75,
Saturda p m. $ 5, utrya
No ch studento-
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Incredible secretsthat may just change your
lifel Free recorded message reveals amazing
details! 1-800-443-2581 Ext. 112.
HOOPS HOOPLA! BVN b-ball toumament
is on Sat., Mar. 21, 1998 IM Bldg. more info.
at Michigan Union ticket office!
YOGA TUESDAYS 12-1 p.m. First Con-
gregational Church State & Williams. To
register call 663-3798.
0 A personal
VUN CHILD CARE WORKER needed:
Get suntan this summer around gorgeoui
built-in pool while watching 6 year old bo *
and 4 year old girl. Work approximately 7
a.m. to 5 p.m., 2-4 days/wk. (You choose).
Large NE Ann Arbor home-Barton Area.
Your child welcome. Immediate start. 734-".
GREAT PART-TIME JOB! Good pay to
care for 9 yr. old boy approx. 10 nights/mo.
SAT. NIGHT SITTER wanted to care for
our 6 yr. old. $6/hr. Must have car. Addi-
tional hrs. avail. Call Susan 741-230i.
WANT TO BE A NANNY this summer?'
Call Child Care Solutions at 734-668-6882'.
COUNSELORS, COACHES: Outstanding
Maine girls camp has summer opportunities
for mature Counselors and Coaches: Tennis,
Soccer, Softball, Volleyball, Basketball, PE
Majors, Gymnastics, Lifeguards, WSI,
Waterskiing, Sailing, Canoeing, Pioneering,
Ropes, Piano Accompanist, RN's and Video.
Accent is on fun and quality instruction. High
salary plus travel allowance. Send resume to
Camp Pinecliffe, 277 South Cassingham
Road, Columbus, OH 43209.
FULL TIME SUMMER TEACHING
The nations largest private reading school,
the Institute of Reading Development (IRD),
is now interviewing for reading instructors
for its 1998 summer session. These classes,
offered to children of all ages and adults
throughout the Detroit metropolitan area,
develop students reading comprehension and
studysskills. More significantly, they
emphasize the love of reading and reading
for pleasure. These are enrichment, not
remedial, reading programs, and are offered
under the sponsorship of public and private
universities, municipal agencies, and school
districts. We are seeking people with high
personal standards who project warmth and
intellectual authority. Previous teaching
experience with adults or children is
valuable, though not required. We provide a
paid, comprehensive training program to
equip you for reading instruction. Requires
an undergraduate degree and a reliable car.
$525-625 per week. Full medical benefits.
Call (734)741-07669 AM to 9 PM, Monday
through Thursday, 9 AM to 5 PM Fridays.
GEARING UP FOR Spr. & Sum. Hiring en-
thusiastic student. For canvassing position.
ADOPTION: LOVING COLLEGE edu-
cated couple, eager to give white newborn all
they have. Full-time mom, hugs, love & our
hearts forever. Call Ken & Eileen at 800-484-
4838 code 5741.
ttacwr Child Care Providers:
( , " Full-time
- Occasional babysitting
St, 9 $7/hr. and up
CALL CHILD CARE SOLUTIONS
Positions in private homes.
Child care references required.
Will CPR train qualified applicants.
Musiit hbe 181vrs.or older
seeks healthy, non-smoking women, ages
2I1-35, to participate in our egg
donor protam. participation requires
frequent oice visits, blood draws, daily
injections, ultrasounds, and a minor surgical
procedure to remove donated eggs. Process
is confidential, financial compensation
provided for time and travel expenses.