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tTM while School of Natural
le burces and Environment has only
one member, Hulswit said.
TMe Code limits the pool of student
inelists to 60, but the numbers for the
faoulty pool is not fixed, Hulswit said.
,The trainees met for nine hours
Ztrday with OSCR staff members in
Henderson Room of the Michigan
Lague.
.Tihe trainees formed small groups to
p ratice skills necessary for arbitration,
using a simulated case, Code docu-
wents and forms and police reports.
Trainees also signed a confidentiality
4gMement stating that they would not
jlease any information on specific arbi-
tration proceedings.

"That is really paramount," OSCR
Resolution Coordinator Sean Esteban
McCabe said.
The Federal Family E ;ducation Rights
and Privacy Act protects the confiden-
tiality of all Code proceedings.
Starting today, trainees will be prac-
ticing arbitration in the Fleming
Administration Building conference
room where Code proceedings are held,
Hulswit said.
After arbitration orientation conclud-
ed Saturday, trainees were given a sec-
ond simulation case to study for the
second series of Code training sched-
uled to begin today.
Role playing will be used to make the
simulation as real as possible, Hulswit
said.
Finding a student responsible under
the Code is the most important part of

arbitration, lulswit said. It requires
excellent questioning and decision
making skills; she said.
"You must in your mind and in your
hearts be convinced that the event
occurred and that the person is respon-
sible under the Code," Hulswit said.
In Code proceedings, all panelists
must come to a consensus in order to
find a student responsible under the
Code and decide what sanctions - if
any -- are appropriate.
All decisions on responsibility must
be made from information learned dur-
ing arbitration - not from an outside
source of information, Hulswit said.
The training Saturday "was very
focused to what is needed to be accom-
plished," said LSA sophomore Eve
Semins, who is training to be a student
panelist.

GEO
Continued from Page 1A
mative action policies. The issues have
been at the forefront of GEO negotia-
tions.
While Smith is optimistic about
the negotiations, he said it is
extremely unlikely that GEO will
extend its contract if its major issues
remain unresolved after tonight's
meeting.
"I'm fairly hopeful and confident
we're going to get this done
(tonight)," Smith said.
"But there would have to be
incredible circumstances for us to
consider signing a contract exten-
sion," Smith said.
Although the negotiation meeting
tonight will be attended only by gradu-

ate students and University administra-
tors, other members of the university
community plan to raise awareness
about CEO's issues.
Karen Miller, a Rackham student,
said she and other University stu-

IMPEACH
Continued from Page 1A

dents

most of whom are under-

graduate students - are rallying to
support GEO.
They plan to visit undergraduate
classes beginning today to inform
others about GEO's contract negoti-
ations.
"We want the undergrads to
understand why GSIs are unhappy,"
Miller said.
She and other students said they
plan on making five-minute presen-
tations to try and convince under-
graduates to support GEO negotia-
tions.

have any control over when news orga-
nizations go with things."
The latest controversy erupted as
House GOP prosecutors prepared to
interview former White Ilouse intern
Monica Lewinsky today in a last-ditch
effort to bolster a case that appears
headed for acquittal, perhaps by mid-
February.
Discussing the impeachment pro-
ceedings in appearances yesterday talk
shows, 15 senators also debated the
merits of two alternatives to conviction:
a censure resolution, or a more recent-
ly proposed "finding of fact measure
that would stipulate the facts of the
case against Clinton but not remove
him from office.

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ELECTION DIRECTOR wanted for LSA
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for
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ATTENDANTS - VALETS
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HOUSECLEANER/MORNINGS organize,
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Mon.-Sat. 9-1 pm. $8-$ 10/hr. 996-4847.
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MOTOR GOPHER wanted for Automobile
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Hardworking, punctual applicants apply at
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