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one of whom was nominated for an
acting prize. "A screenplay is just
words on paper ... I want to thank the
actors of 'L.A. Confidential' for mak-
ing Brian and me look so good,"
Making Hanson look particularly
ood was veteran performer Kim
asinger, who won the Best Supporting
Actress award for her portrayal of a
Veronica Lake lookalike prostitute in
"If anyone has a dream out there, just
know: I'm living proof that (dreams) do
come true," Basinger.
But the night belonged to James
Cameron, a director who reportedly
underwent years of financial and phys-
ical strain to bring his film to fruition.
he filmmaker has been criticized
eatedly for spending upwards of
$200 million on his motion picture.
Still, over the course of a presenta-
tion that lasted even longer than his
movie, Cameron became pretty famil-
iar with the joy that goes along with
winning an Academy Award. He took
home statuettes for editing, directing
and producing his historical romance.
In his Best Director acceptance
eech, Cameron appropriately
mmed-up the evening by evoking the
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"We're doing a no-holds-barred,
unplugged effort to get more volun-
teers." Baquet said.
Speaking to undergraduate stu-
dents, Baquet characterized the
Peace Corps as an "intermediate
ep" students can take as a way to
develop interests and participate in a
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sion," said D'Alecy, a physiology profes-
sor. "A discussion after the vote is vacu-
SACUA members complained that
they were not given enough time between
when they were informed of the change
and the actual vote by the regents.
"We must approach (the administra-
tion) with a much less trustful relation-
ship," said SACUA member Valerie Lee,
an education professor. Many members
of SACUA said they are concerned that
because the change has been made to the
Regents' Bylaws, which apply to the
entire University and not just the Medical
School, the result will be an increase in
non-tenured faculty across the
D'Alecy spoke in front of the board
Friday, requesting to delay the vote of the
modification. He gave a one-page state-
ment and then entertained questions.
"They listened to what I was saying,
but I think they felt pressure from the
administration" to pass the change,
"The whole thing was like a theater
production," said SACUA member
Lewis Kleinsmith, a biology professor.
Some administrators said they have a
different opinion about the meaning of
the bylaw modification.
"This will have no impact except for in
the medical school," said Jayne Thorson,
assistant dean of the Medical School.
More than 30-percent of the Medical
Schooll's faculty are non-tenured, while
the rest of the University is at or below 10
D'Alecy and other SACUA members
said they fear that with this new change to
the bylaws, the other departments may
approach the Medical School's propor-
tion of non-tenured faculty.
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never make sense of this terrible tragedy. But we can and
must reaffirm the values that Lynda Hong expressed in
her life even as we are joined together in profound sad-
ness in mourning her death"
Since the murder of Williams, the University of
Michigan has taken additional steps to curb domestic
DPS spokesperson Elizabeth Hall said that since the
incident last fall, DPS has remained firm in its efforts to
prevent domestic violence.
"Any domestic violence situation is taken very seri-
ously," Hall said. "We certainly do receive these calls
and we respond to them routinely."
Hall said that DPS has worked to increase domestic
violence awareness and has held staff meetings geared
specifically toward addressing dating and domestic vio-
"We don't ever want to have something like that hap-
pen again," Hall said. "We are working with other
groups on campus to address these issues and our hope
is to head off these types of situations before they ever
Sarah Heuser, training and education program coordi-
nator at the Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness
Center, said it is important for counseling services to be
available - whether or not they are utilized.
"It's an individual decision," Heuser said. "But simply
having the option to talk with someone who has special
training is very important."
Heuser said that since the death of Williams, SAPAC
has continued to address the needs of domestic abuse
"I think there is a higher level of awareness now, cer-
tainly since (the death of Williams)," Heuser said. "We
definitely continue to provide domestic and dating vio-
lence workshops at the volunteer and staff level."
Heuser said that although Williams' death took place
last year, members of the community, especially those
living in Northwood family housing, where the murder
took place, are still affected by the memory.
"It doesn't have to be on our campus - an event like
that in any community can serve as the same kind of
trigger for survivors," Heuser said.
Hall agreed that Williams' death remains in people's
"I think it's had a lasting impact on the community,"
Hall said. "It was devastating. I think Tamara Williams
will always be remembered."
Pam Kelly, an operator at the Columbia hotline that
was set up after the murder, said memorial services for
Hong are being planned.
"Students are just coming back and the administration
wants to give them the opportunity to help in the plan-
ning of the memorial services," Kelly said. "They expect
it to take place sometime by the end of the week."
Renzulli said students and faculty have a long path of
"It looks like a normal day and outward, students are
just going about, but of course there is a sense of sorrow,
a sense of great loss," Renzulli said.
SA PAC's crisis line can be reached at 936-3333.
joyous words of Jack Dawson, his
film's protagonist: "I'm the king of the
Of course, no king ever had three
Academy Awards to his credit.
"Peace Corps is a great place to
acquire focus," Baquet said.
Prospective volunteers said the
deputy director's speech was inspira-
"It made me really want to do
this," said LSA senior Aaron Mann.
"I really like helping people ... the
Peace Corps looks like a good way to
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more energy and efficiency to econom-
ic reform," Yeltsin said. "The country
needs a new team that would be capable
of achieving real and tangible results."
The dismissals came at a delicate
moment for Russia. The economy has
only barely begun to recover; tax collec-
tion is inefficient, corruption is rampant,
state wages are rarely paid on time.
Yeltsin promised economic growth for
this year, but fallout from the Asian
financial crisis and oil woes are dimming
such prospects. And the 67-year-old
president, who has been sidelined by ill-
nesses for long stretches of time in recent
months, has been unable to resolve con-
flicts between some of the business
tycoons who back him and top advisers,
The only thing that seemed certain
yesterday is that Yeltsin, who has aged
markedly since undergoing quintuple
coronary bypass surgery in 1996,
rebelled against suggestions he was
becoming irrelevant. "We have a story
about a bear who was bothered by
ducks quacking around his cave," said
political analyst Sergei Markov. "One
day, the bear decides to slaughter some
of the ducks, just to show that they are
only ducks and he is a bear."
The suddenness of the dismissals
was typical of Yeltsin, who seems to go
out of his way to spring surprises. Even
Russians used to his style were taken
aback. After reading the list of dis-
missals this morning, a radio newscast-
er paused and then told listeners.
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