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This event will celebrate Successc\.
discus, the challenges we face and
launch a national dialocue about a
more sustainable future." Spitzer said.
Thousands of national leaders are
expected to participate in the sunmmit,
but Spitzer said he hopes students also
will get involved.
"The issue of sustainable develop-
ment is about the future, and the future
is about kids and students and the roles
they can play," Spitzer said. "We have
roles for all ages' he said. "If there is
diy way to get students involved, we
think it would be wonderful."
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(Creek community. The students will
stay in Battle ('reek during this one-
week period, Cooley said.
C'ooley said that while the program
has been extremely successful, it can
never be extensive enough.
"Medicaid dental care is a problem
throughout the entire state of'
Michigan," she said. "We are lucky
enough to be able to participate with the
University of Michigan and provide
dental care to those who need it"
Cooley said she hopes the program will
continue to grow.
The program is funded by the School
of Dentistry and a University commt-
nity-outreach grant. Jacobson said a
long-term goal is to purchase equip-
ment that allows students to live in rural
environments while assisting patients.
Jacobson said the Battle Creek initia-
tive is beginning to "publicize the
University in a more community out-
reach light." He added that "too often,
the University is chastised for not
reaching out into the community when
in fact we really do reach out - it is
Just not broadcast.
Meanwhile, the Dental students con-
tinue to give the program rave reviews.
Shwedel said the worst part of her expe-
rience in Battle Creek was "going back
to school on Tuesday."
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drug use during the '90s was the lack of national attention
the problem received, Johnston said.
"The drug issue fell off the national screen with the Gulfl
War," he said.
This led to a period during the early and mid-1990s when
the media turned its attention to other topics, leaving
America's youth in the dark about the dangers of drug use.
"The problem occurs when society takes its attention
taway from this issue, and a new generation doesn't hear
about it," Johnston said.
The results of the 1997 study indicate that, for the most
part, people are once again thinking about the risks of drug
use, resulting in a decreased drug approval rating.
"There are various forces in society which are beginning
to reverse direction, and reverse trends in drug use,;
Increased national attention to drugs has helped heighten
drug awareness. In addition, the drug-related deaths of high-
profile athletes and movie stars have caused a "media feeding
The Michigan Daily - Thursday, January 15, 1998 - 74
trenzy" that lowers drug approval ratings., Bachman said.
"As an epidemic begins to grow. people see the conse-
quenees fi rst-hand;L Johnston said.
This change in attitude is responsible f-r a shii in fcus
back to the drug problem. Johnston said.
"?Now, young people see more about drug use.' le said.
"Congress has been spending iiiore on drug prevention in
schools. Parents have become more active in talkiig to their
kids about drugs."
But some young people said they disagree. Eingineering
sophomore Lisa Manasse said her attitude towartd drugs has
not changed throughiout most of her Iife.
"I don't think there's been that big of a change. Manasse
said. "It's been 'say no to drugs' since I was iinmiddle schol."
But the Monitoring the Future Study meets conft lict-
ing opinions with fiacts --- a lack of national attention
in the '90s led to an increase in drug use, the study
states. The ultimate conclusion of the study is that if the
drug problem is ignored, it won't go away. It will only
"It's a chronic problem," Johnston said. "And it needs
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