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LEARNING
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these proposals from the beginning.
After the proposals have been
reviewed by Cantor, a second com-
mittee of 10 to 12 members, to be
formed in the next two weeks, will
discuss the feasibility of the new
living-learning programs, Monts
said.
"We've taken recommendations
from the deans and colleges to see
who they would like on the commit-
tee," said Monts.
He added that students who will
be selected with the help of the
Michigan Student Assembly and
possibly the LSA Student
Government will be on the commit-
tee.
Monts said the committee will not
set a deadline to make a final rec-
ommendation to the provost to

ensure that each proposal is exam-
ined in full.
"We're not going to put any time
limits on it because we want to
make a very thorough evaluation,"
Monts said.
"In order for some of these pro-
grams to be put into place, you have
to have faculty (and students) will-
ing to participate, and funding.
"It's a preliminary look at how all
of this will transpire," he said.
MSA President Mike Nagrant
said the assembly will help find a
student for the follow-up committee
who will not necessarily be an MSA
representative.
"We've been involved in either
appointing students to those boards
or giving feedback to the provost
concerning those reports," Nagrant
said.
Residential College Director Thomas
Weisskopf, who participated in the pro-

"think everybody has a dorm
preference when coming in ..
- Nicole Goldstone
LSA first-year student

posal, said resources for the programs
will be a key issue in the future of the liv-
ing-learning programs.
"The biggest issue is whether
resources will be made available for
living-learning programs,"
Weisskopf said.
While funding is the most impor-
tant resource, Weisskopf said, others
include faculty, meeting rooms, uni-
versity facilities, lounges and
libraries for program use are also
important.
He said he would support the
expansion of living-learning pro-
grams to all traditional residence

halls under certain conditions.
"One condition is that the living-
learning program be adequately fund-
ed to accomplish their objective," said
Weisskopf, adding that the programs
should be kept voluntary.
"The program should be attached
to the residence hall, but not all stu-
dents have to be attached to the pro-
gram," he said.
Director of Housing Public
Affairs Alan Levy said the proposal
does not relate to the issue of over-
crowding in the residence halls.
"This is not an occupant manage-
ment document," Levy said. "The

discussion of expansion of the liv-
ing-learning programs would take
place regardless of the number of
students involved.
"There is some linking of build-
ings and programs," he said.
Levy said concerns about students
selecting programs in order to pro-
cure a specific residence hall are
present in the current program as
well as in the proposal.
"There is a regulation in the
Community Living Handbook that,
in essence, says if you sign up for a
living-learning program, the expec-
tation is that you're doing it serious-
ly and are expected to follow
through with the program," Levy
said.
If students are found not follow-
ing the regulation, they can be reas-
signed to another residence hall, but
it is not a common occurrence, Levy
said.

"The positive side is that the pro-
grams continues to work on
strengthening the quality of what's
being offered so students want to
participate in the program," Levy
said.
LSA first-year student Nicole
Goldstone, a Lloyd Scholar, said she
chose the program partly because of
its location, but mostly because of
it's reputation.
"I heard from other people that
there were a lot of programs and
seminars you could take,"
Goldstone said.
Goldstone said she thinks stu-
dents would probably pick a pro-
gram to procure a specific residence
hall.
"I think everybody has a dorm
preference when coming in ... if
each dorm is living-learning, they'll
pick a program just to live in that
dorm," Goldstone said.

ANN ARBOR'S BIGGEST SPORTSBAR
& restaurant is now hiring floormen for
Spring through Summer terms. Flexible
hours. Hardworking-punctual applicants
should apply today @ Scorekeepers 310
Maynard. 995-0100.
ASBESTOS/CONSTRUCTION-type work
available, $10.00 to $13/hr. Seeking tem-
porary help, hard working, honest, depend-
able laborers. Work available throughout
Michigan. Send resume to: P.O. Box 80771,
Lansing, MI 48908-0771. EOE.
ATTENTION
SOCIAL SCIENCE
MAJORS
Nationally renowned public health research
firm is currently hiring part-time research
interviewers. We provide paid training in
conducting unbiased surveys, teach
communication and interpersonal skills, let
you set your own schedule, and provide a
friendly work environment. Immediate and
summer positions available. Evenings and
weekends. $7.50/hr to startl Bonuses for
performance. Call Erin at: (313) 994-0003.
EOE
ATTENTION PREBUSINESS and PreLaw
majors. Make great $$ this summer while set-
ting yourself apart for grad. school. Call
Shelly 973-3238.
S ATTENTION UM STUDENTS
Gain experience to help with resume
Make $2072/month this summer
Call Casey @ 665-9167
ATTENTION: WANTED 86 people. We
will pay you to lose up to 30 lbs in 30 days.
I-800-598-2671.
CAMP STAFF- Outstanding, accredited
Slim Down Camp on modern college cam-
puses in Mass. and Penn., seeks students and
professionals interested in fitness and fun!
Specialties: athletics, dance, aerobics, tennis,
swim, nutrition, R.D., R.N. 7 weeks. Inter-
nship credit available Three years college,
mimmum. You can help change a life this
summer! Camp Camelot, 800-421-4321;
email loseweight@campcamelot.com
COUNSELORS: TOP BOYS SPORTS
CAMP in Maine! Exciting, fun summer!
Must have good skills, to instruct & coach.
Openings in: All Land Sports & All Water
Sports, RN's, Secretaries. Top salaries,
Awesome Facilities, RoomlBoard/Ldry.,
Travel. CALL, E-MAIL
(cobbachief@aol.com), OR WRITE: Steve
Rubin, (800) 473-6104, CAMP COBBOS-
SEE 10 Silvermine Dr., S. Salem, NY 10590.
COUNSELORS, ACTIVITY DIRECTOR,
cook, & lifeguard needed at coed summer
camp near A2. (734)878-6628 for more info.
CRUISE SHIP & LAND-TOUR JOBS-Ex-
cellent benefits World Travel. Ask us how!
517-324-3090 ext. C55981.
EARN EXTRA CASH mailing our cir-
culars from home in your spare time. No ex-
perience necessary. Free info. call toll free 1 -
888-892-2781.
EARN GREAT WAGES as LUNCH
waitstaff, host staff or cashiers U-Club first
floor Michigan Union. Meals, incentives and
a great work environment! Apply in person
to Darla.
EASTERN EUROPE EMPLOYMENT
Teach basic English in major European cities.
Competitive wages + benefits. Ask us how!
(517)336-0625 Ext. K55981.
EXCELLENT STAFF WANTED: Private
Girls Summer Camp in Eagle River,
Wisconsin... Looking for energetic & en-
thusiastic counselors to instruct in all
waterfront activities, team sports, tennis,
crafts, camping, gymnastics and more... Also
looking for TENNIS PRO, ASSISTANT
NURSE, and WATERFRONT
DIRECTOR. Call 847-970-4386. See our
website at www.marimeta.com

FULL TIME SUMMER TEACHING
POSITIONS
The nation's 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
study skills. 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)741-0766 9 AM to 9 PM, Monday
through Thursday, 9 AM to 5 PM Fridays.
FUN SUMMER JOBS for students who
want to make a difference. General
counselors, WSI's, arts & crafts, and
specialists needed from June 22 - August 14.
Must live in Bloomfield, Novi, Farmington,
or adjacent areas. WILLOWAY DAY
CAMP 248/932.2123 or e-mail
willowaydc@aol.com
GENERAL LABOR/swimming pool
maintenance. Top pay: $600+/wk. for self-
motivated individuals. N.W. Detroit suburbs.
Call Craig at 248-477-7727.
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.
HOTEL-SERVICE ORIENTED bellperson
needed to assist guests with luggage, etc.
Part-time evenings. Call Jennifer at 936-
0100, 11-4.
INTERESTED IN WORKING with
children? Be a Summer Day Camp Counselor
for boys. Program is child-centered, non-
competitive. Trans. provided/good salary/fun.
Circle M Day Camp, Wheeling, Illinois. 847.
537-9700.
INVESTMENT CO. needs four reps for
short term assignment first week in May. All
areas of state needed. Must have own trans.
$12/hr. Fax letters of interest & resume to
517-337-8513 attn: Mike.
IS YOUR SUMMER JOB lame? Last sum-
mer our average student eamed $560/wk. and
traveled while gaining exp. that places them
80% upon grad. Call 973-3238 for info.
LABORATORY ASSISTANT needed for
the Biomedical Research Core Facility. Must
be dependable, no experience necessary.
Work study preferred, but not mandatory:
Data entry, cleaning dishes, flexible hours. If
interested please call Nicole Brantley at 647-
4776.
MACKINAC ISLAND RESORT HOTEL-
Seeking summer staff-front desk, dining
room, kitchen, & maintenance. Contact Iro-
quois Hotelwinter office (in Ann Arbor) at
327-9660 or email at iroquoismw@aol.com
MACKINAC ISLAND'S Murray Hotel
needs summer help. No exp. nec. Housing
avail. 313-665-5750.
MACKINAC ISLAND'S Murray Hotel
needs year round manager. Live/work 6
months on Mackinac Island and 6 months in
Ann Arbor. Fax resume to 313-665-2644 or
write P.O. Box 7706, Ann Arbor, MI 48107.

MARKETING/PROMOTIONS.
Aggressive, dependable, enthusiastic stu-
dents needed for Detroit Tigers home game
promotional work. $10-5/hr. Mr. Becker 1-
800-334-4897
NATIONAL PARK EMPLOYMENT-
Forestry, Wildlife Preserves,
Concessionaires, Firefighters, & more. Com-
titive wages + benefits. Ask us how! 517-
324-3110 Ext. N55983.
NICHOLS ARBORETUM needs a summer
Groundskeeper (M-Th) & Horticulture As-
sistant (Tu-F), May 4-Aug. 28, 6am-4:30
p.m., $7.25/hr. Apply at SNRE, 1032 Dana
Bldg.- see Gwen Christensen.
NOW HIRING daytime & night time food-
servers and hosts. Aly in person 120 W.
Washington. Grizzly Peak.
PAINTERS NEEDED to paint. Complexes
in Oakland & Macomb Counties. $7.50-8.00/
hr. and 35-40 hrs./wk. Exp. helpful, but not
nec. Call Christian @ 1800-477-1001 x 406.
PART TIME hostess/host position available
for new home subdivision in Ann Arbor. No
experience necessary, however we are look-
ing for someone who enjoys meeting people,
communicates well and has light of ice
experience. The hours are perfect, 12 until 5
p.m. Weekends required. Fax resume or letter
of interest to: 248-347-7815.
PART-TIME AND full-time summer help
wanted now for new student owned retail
business in Ann Arbor. Friendly, energetic
thinkers CALL 677-4477.
PART-TIME DESK CLERK needed for
busy hotel inside U of M Hospital.
Computers, customer service, cash handling.
Call Jennifer 936-0100, 11-4.
PHOTOGRAPHERS needed (50-60) to
help photograph events during April, May,
June. Must have own transportation and able
to work night and weekends. No experience
needed. We will train and equip. $10-$12/hr.
Call 677-3400.
PRACTICE MANAGERS
MEDICAL CODING SPECIALISTS
Career opportunities available in our Ann
Arbor office. We are a leader in Medical
Billing Management and currently bill for
multi-specialty physicians in four states. We
are looking for those who are dedicated,
meticulous and quick thinking. Excellent
communication & business writing skills
along with a knowledge of human anatomy a
must. Knowledge of Medical Billing &
Coding helpful but not necessary (willing to
train the nght person). We offer GREAT
PAY AND EXCELLENT BENEFITS. So if
you are an articulate and dedicated individual
who enjoys working with people utilizing
leading edge medical billing technology in a
rapidly growing company, fax your resume
to 734.677.7407 or send t6 PMG, Personnel
Coordinator, POB 1108, Ann Arbor 48106.
BE A
STUDENT M-ISSARY
The Huetwell Visitors Center
is hiring for Spring/Summer
and next year
Positions available include:
information assistant
tour guide
Stop by the Huetwell Center,
1220 Student Activities Building,
to pick up an application,
647-5692
Deadline is A ril 3, 1998
RELIABLE REP. Post flyers on campus.
Get advance fee & commission later. Must
attend Summer, Fall, & Spring terms. E-mail
info@optimigration. con or fax 604-893-
8422.
RESEARCH ASSTS. NEEDED, part-time,
for study in nursing homes, flex. ched., own
trans. nec. $9.50/hr. 763-7264.
EARN
$750-$1500/WEEK
Raise all the money your tudent
group needs by sponsorng a
VISA Fundraiser on your campus.
No investment & very little time
needed. There's no obligation, so
why not call for information today.
Call 1-800-323-8454 x 95.
RESEARCH ASSISTANT needed. Full-
time, temporary. Must have good mastery of
statistics, inc., SPSS, EXCEL, Powerpoint,
Sigma Plot, file merging, graphs, tables, and
lab work experience, inc., processing blood
and making solutions. Will also assist in can-
cer study with data entry, data management,
and conducting testing on human subjects.
Nutrition background an advantage. Salary
commensurate with experience. Send letter
and resume to:
S.A. Hendereson, HN/EIH, School of Public
Health II, 1420 Washington Heights, Ann
Arbor, MI 48109-2029.

RUN YOUR OWN SUMMER BUSINESS.
Lawn sprinkler installation & sales. Earn up
to $10,000. Vehicle req. You choose the
location in Michigan or Ohio suburbs. Green-
land Irrigation 1-800-361-4074.
Would you like to
see your name in
print?
Would you like to
have 40,000
people read your
work?
Do you like to
have fun Daily?
If yes, you belong with us!
Be an account executive for the
Classified Sales Dept. of
The Michigan Daily
Applications available @ 420
Maynard. Due Friday, April 3 by 5
p.m. Questions? Call 746-0557.
SALES ENGINEER
Tired of the large-company red-tape inter-
viewing process? See the results of combin-
ing your engineering (BSME), problem-sol-
ving and customer service skills for this
growing tier one stamping manufacturer of
highly engineered proprietary thermal and
acoustical products. Previous Intern/summer
job in automotive industry. Detroit area. Ex-
cellent benefits and growth potential. Send
resume: Soundwich, Inc., 881 Wayside Road,
Cleveland, Ohio, 44110, Attn: Karen. E-Mail:
sowich@en.com
SEMIPRO PHOTOGRAPHER needs
female figure models. Excellent hourly rates.
Send recent photo and cover letter to: M2
Photography, P.O. Box 1960, Monroe, MI
48161-1906. 1-313-210-2604.
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
48106.
STUDENT LAB HELPER. for Medical
School Research Lab. 10 hrs./wk. $6.50/hr.
Prefer person avail. both this summer & next
-academic year. Start Apr./May. Call Dr. Van-
Dyke @ 647-2964.
STUDENTS! GET A HEAD start on your
Summer job & begin earning extra cash
today. Small firm seeks light office
production, data entry, & customer service
people. Hours flexible. $6-6.50/hour. Call
677-3400 M-F, 10-5.
SUMMER CAMP COUNSELORS
NEEDED FOR PREMIERE CAMPS
IN MASSACHUSETTS
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-
3752.
SUMMER JOBS! PAINTERS needed, $6-
$9/hr., will train. Student Works Painting 1-
800-899-9675.
SUMMER WORK If you live within 20
min. of Brighton, MI, outside full-time
painter and foreman positions. Earn $6.25 to
8.00/hr. TASP International Painting Co. Call
1-800-543-3792 leave message for Brighton
area.

WAITSTAFF NEEDED for Graduation
Weekend! $8-$10/hr.
University Catering/Pierpomt Commons
Friday May 1st and Saturday May 2nd, 1998.
Call 764-2142.

ADORABLE 4 YR. OLD needs loving sitter
in our west side Ann Arbor home. 25-30 hrs./
wk. Car needed. non-smoking. Ref. Call 741-
0128.
AFTER SCHOOL CHILD CARE
NEEDED. Spr./sum. or longer term. Looking
for warm & exp. caregiver 3 aftemoons/wk.
Tues. 3-6:30 p.m. Thurs. & Fri. 3-5:30 p.m.
More sum. hrs. if desired. 2 children, ages 8
& 12 in our Bums Park home. Good pay for
reliable n-smkg. w/own trans., ref. 769-2875.
CHILD CARE NEEDED this summer 4
days/wk. 2 kids: 5 & 6 yrs. old in our home.
Must have own trans. and refs. Competitive
pay. 426-0491.

STUDY ABROAD SCHOLARSHIPS! Par-
ticipate in John Hopkins medical trial. Pays
for Spanish program in beautiful Antigua,
Guatemala. Medical trial details: Janet Shim-
ko 410-995-0053, e-mail:
jshimko@jhsph.edu. Spanish program
details: AmeriSpan 1-800-879-6640, E-mail:
info@amerispan.com, Web:
www.amenrspan.com
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As of April 1 1998 The
Michigan Daily
Class Weds will not be
able to accept person-
al checks. Ads can still
be paidfor by Visa,
MasterCard, busimess
checks, and cash after
that point.
Thank you for your
understanding!
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punch a patron in the eye in the Nectarine on
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CHILD CARE for infant in our N.E. Ann
Arbor home. Full time, Mon.-Fri. Start July.
Non-smoker. Previous exp. & references
required. 913-4073.
CHILDCARE May & June. 3 kids. After
school, T, W, Th. 3:30-6 pm. Near Central
Campus. Own car. N-smkr. 994-4535.
DAY CARE ASST. NEEDED. Part time/car
nec. Prior child care/education exp. pref. Call
Angela @ 663-4232.
LIVE-IN NANNY needed mid April-mid
August. No car necessary. Good references.
Must enjoy arts/crafts & swimming. Warm
family. Good pay. Call Jamie @ 761-2849.
P/T CHILDCARE Provider needed in our
home for 5, 6, & 7 yr. olds. One day 6:45
a.m.-4:30 p.m. per wk. + one afternoon per
wk. Car & ref. req. Great pay I Great kids!
Call Lyn @ 662-1706.
SUMMER CHILDCARE NEEDED in our
home for 2 girls ages 8 & 9. Month of July
ram-lpm Mon. - Fri. Own car a must. Refs.
required. 761-1674.

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Wayne State
University/Hutzel Hospital
seeks healthy, non-smoking women, ages
21-35, to participate in our egg
donor program. Participation requires
frequent office 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.
For more information,
call 810-558-1119.
BABY WANTED!!!
Hapily married, childless Michigan grads.
(B , MBA) seeking to adopt infant. Please
call toll free: 1-888-290-1175, or e-mail us at:
philncindy@earthlink.net or visit our web
site at: http://home.earthlink.net/philncindy/
EASY ROMANCE. Call nowl! 1-900-407-
7783. Ext. 1283. $2.99/min. Must be 18 yrs.
Serve/U 619-645-8434.
We want to adopt a baby
Four years ago we were blessed
the adoption of a beautiful boy. Today
we hope to be just as fortunate by
locating a birth mother who finds us
to be the ri ht family for her baby. My
husband and I are both artists and own
our own design business. We work at
home which allows us tons of time to
be together. Our son Tucker very much
wants to be a big brother and asked if
he could adopt the baby too.
To speak to Tom or Deborah call:
1-888-610-2555
LOVING WHITE COUPLE with dogs
looking to adopt. Family oriented, financially
stable, country living, home study with
agency. Call collect 810-664-2548.

UNFORTUNATELY FOR MR. JONES. WHO CHECKED IN WITH
A SEVERE CASE OF THE STOMACH FLU, CHECKED OUT WITH A
SEVERE CASE OF A SHRUNKEN HEAD.

RESIDENT MANAGER:
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.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY CLASSIFIED
DEPT.
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.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY Finance Staff is
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