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not a member of GEO's bargaining
team, said she is especially concerned
with the University's current fraction
recalculation proposal.
Under the University's fraction
recalculation proposal, all GSIs with a
.4 appointment - those who work
approximately 40 percent of the hours
of a full-time faculty member -
would be given .5 appointments.
Ritscherle said she is concerned that
although University officials such as

Provost Nancy Cantor have said GSIs
will not have to teach any more sec-
tions under their new appointments,
the University bargaining team will
not guarantee this by placing it into
GEO's contract.
If GSIs teach extra sections, "this
could very negatively affect under-
graduate education," Ritscherle said.
"I'm worried this University will have
tired GSis who don't even know their
students' names."
"If they increase the amount of stu-
dents GSIs teach, we will not be able
to provide students with anything more

than cursory feedback," GEO
Secretary Treasurer Sandy Eyster said.
"How could we meet with that many
students in office hours?"
GEO steward Ari Sammartino said
since the University's fraction recalcu-
lation proposal would cost more
money than GEO's, she suspects the
University will not keep its promise
and make GSIs teach an extra section.
"The only way it makes sense finan-
cially if the University makes us work
more," Sammartino said.
- Daily Staff Reporter Kelly
O'Connor contributed to this report.

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and "the fact that some have
while others have so little
moral anguish," hooks said."
lems of class warfare and cla
are just too hard to face."
A widening gap between
one that, hooks said, is stro
twined with race and gender.'
talk meaningfully about chang
without also changing class,":
Hooks said class is often
from race within academia, to
and that while race and gende
linked, what is lacking in ac
the language to pull all th
together. She said people mu
the growing gap between class
to make progress on race a
Many at the lecture describe
three words - "she is amazin
"I wish she was a profes
LSA sophomore Erin Gilbert
speaks fearlessly of what is tru
is real."
For many audience membc
words inspired contemplation
issues she discussed.
"Racism is so grounded it
In a capitalist society there
going to be a class probler
Health student Monique Glov
is a necessity for America tot
almost as though racism wil
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ss struggle WASHINGTON - Defying the Clinton administration, the House plunged into
a contentious debate yesterday on whether U.S. troops should be sent to Kosovo.
classes is Democrats called the timing reckless, with highly fragile peace talks resuming on
ngly inter- Monday in Paris.
We cannot But the Republican majority brushed aside Democratic appeals for a delay.
ing racism "Congress must have a meaningful role in this decision," Speaker Dennis Haste4
she said. (R-Ill.) told the House as it debated a nonbinding resolution. A vote was expected late
separated in the evening.
her regret, President Clinton has proposed sending up to 4,000 Americans to Kosovo as part
r are often of a 28,000-member NATO peacekeeping force if an agreement is reached to end the
ademics is strife in the southern Serbian province. 4
ree issues But at this stage neither the Albanian nor the Serbian side has agreed to sign such
ust address an agreement. Administration officials feared that congressional involvement now
es in order could torpedo the already troubled process."This is the height of irresponsibility,"
nd gender said House Minority Leader Dick Gephardt (D-Mo.). "We all know that we're in
a very delicate moment in the Kosovo peace negotiations."
d hooks in But Democrats failed to postpone the measure on two largely party-line procedur-
g." al votes - 218 to 199 and 218 to 201. Republicans hold a thin five-vote majority*
ssor here," the 435-member chamber.
said. "She
e and what
S tells House A woman who drinks a soda laced
ers, hooks' O'a' with GHB, put into her glass with
about the GH B use on rise something as simple as an eyedrop
per, can lose consciousness within
n classism. WASHINGTON - The use of a 20 minutes, experts testified.
is always powerful date rape drug is on the ScientistS develop
m,' Public rise in Michigan, a suburban Detroit
er said. "It investigator testified yesterday at a atomic breakthroug
thrive. It is House hearing.
1 never be Grosse Ile police Sgt. G. Mark WASHINGTON - Scientists ave
always be Faistenhammer told a House inves- invented a device that shoots streams
tigative subcommittee there has of atoms in any direction the same
"How do been "an increase in illegal use and way that a laser sends out beams of
ht of all the distribution" of gamma hydroxybu- light.
ons?" tyrate, known as GHB or "scoop." The breakthrough, made possible
nphitheater Faistenhammer, who has been by nudging super-cold, super-slow
seek their assigned to the Michigan State atoms into a beam, could lead to a
Police as part of a narcotics inves- revolutionary new tool for makin
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u s aware of 13 victims who were William Phillips, who led a federa
slipped GHB in bars without their team that developed the device. A
knowledge during the past 18 report on the work appears today in
months. the journal Science.
In January, two teen-age girls "An optical laser works by send-
were at a party in Grosse Ile when ing out a very narrow beam of phd.
LVAthey drank beverages laced with tons," Phillips said. "An atom laser
GHB without their knowing about works like a light laser, except it iS
it, Faistenhammer said. One 15- sending out atoms instead of pho-
57 year-old girl, Samantha Reid, died. tons."
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it super 5ures and 'religions.
for God Pope blesses Iran's
movis P esientThe 78-year-old pope and the 56yer,
Simon Khatanu old Muslim cleric had much compgn
VATICAN CITY - Proclaiming it Both were students of philosophl
PEL, LCMS an "important and promising day," Pope as well as theology, and their writing
ill John Paul II blessed Iran's reform-mind- reveal a deep mystical streak. Both
.m- ed president yesterday at the end of his see religion as the only antidote to the
560 groundbreaking visit to the West. ills of modern life.
President Mohammad Khatami, a
moderate cleric, came bearing a message Three countries to
of detente and dialogue that was warmly .
received. But the Vatican also raised the JOn NATO
issue of human rights, as did the presi-
dent's Italian hosts. Today, with the presentation of NATO
John Paul and the Iranian president membership documents to Polan
spent 25 minutes together in the pope's Hungary and the Czech Republic at the
private library. Harry S. Truman Library in.t
"At the end of my stay in Italy, and Independence, Mo., three former Warsaw
after this meeting with you, I return to Pact members will be NATO allies.
my country and people full of hope for The formality will be carried out not
the future," Khatami said afterward. far from where Prime Minister
His three-day trip is the first state visit Winston Churchill made his famous
to a Western nation by an Iranian presi- "Iron Curtain" speech.
dent since the 1979 Islamic revolution. That means the alliance will be

The emphasis yesterday was on a obliged to defend these once-com-
greater understanding between Islam munist foes from external threat.
and Christianity, part of Khatami's call
for a "dialogue among civilizations, cul- - Compiled from Daily wire reports,
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