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PANEL
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attention to the question of under what conditions, if
any, a student organization should be entitled to
space that is not subject to a periodic assignment
process, review and potential reallocation:'
SIn Bollinger's statement Monday, the responsi-
Wb dities of the panel were broadened, requiring it
to scrutinize "whether and to what extent associ-
ations between the University, its administrators
or faculty can or have given rise to the impres-
'sion that the University endorses racial or ethnic
ridicule, and whether and to what extent those
associations can or have contributed to margin-
alizing or to disenfranchising other groups or
students."
Harper said the wider range of'responsibility
awarded to the panel is the result of SCC's concern
for potential University ties with individual student
*organizations.
"We thought it was a valid concern they raised and
decided to expand the scope of the panel;' she said.
Harper said the panel has not set a date for its first
meeting. Harper said she will not oversee the work-
ings of the panel, but will instead "facilitate the
process and remove any obstacles that will get in the
way of the panel and the way it does its job." Such
obstacles, she said, may be as simple as meeting

space conflicts.
Whitman said she believes it is obvious that space
allocation and the University's relationship with stu-
dents is an important issue. She said her understand-
ing of constitutional litigation and law will
contribute to the panel.
The small size of the panel, she said, will allow it
to depend more on the University community rather
than the inner-workings of the group.
"The goal is to get a lot of input and come up with
thoughtful resolutions really fast ... I understand my
role is to try to have a really full range of ideas and
make sure they are all heard," she said.
Because of the panel's reliance on community
input, Whitman said it will function more as a "con-
duit instead of an ultimate decision-maker."
SCC spokeswoman Colette Routel said SCC
told the administration that any panel process was
not sufficient and the space allocation issue
should have been decided immediately and with-
out question.
Routel said despite the implementation of several
SCC demands, including that the panel be responsi-
ble for scrutinizing University relationships with stu-
dent groups and that the panel not meet during the
summer, SCC members are divided in their trust in
the panel process.
"Some people think it will have no effectiveness
- that everything will remain the same. I have a lit-

tie more trust in the panel. We plan on using the
process. If it does not work, we will take other
actions - we will take legal action,
"If Michigamua gets its space back, we will press
legal action'" Routel said.
Michigamua spokesman Nick Delgado said the
group is trying to avoid politicking with SCC in the
resolution process. But the panel's emphasis on pub-
lic meetings may perpetuate an environment for
political rhetoric, he said.
"We're not quit sure how far this panel will be able
to distance itself from the political rhetoric that's been
used ... but we do rest all our hope in the University
and the panel for a fair and equitable process."
Delgado said as long as Michigamua has the
opportunity to safely present its case,-the process
will be fair.
"When you depoliticize the issues here, Michiga-
mua's case is valid," he said.
Routel said yesterday afternoon after heated
negotiations, administrators complied with SCC's
request to give keys to the Union tower to Jackie
Simpson, student services associate at the Office of
Student Activities and Leadership, and Shannon
Martin, student services associate at the Office of
Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs, so they can monitor
the tower's top three floors and ensure that no
Michigamua and other tower society members
regain access.

a career."
Vahian also discussed

of caring about
dl salary prob-

]ems. "Women and men start out
equally" she said, "but women quickly
fall behind."
The reasons for these disparities,
Valian said, are preconceived notions
as to what men and women can
accomplish. "We overrate men and
underrate women," she said. "We don't
see people as people. We see them as
male or female:"
But Valian put part of the blame on
women for not asserting their rights nor
recognizing that there is a problem.
"Women do not want to think they're
at a disadvantage," she said. "Ambitious
women want to believe in a just world

because believing otherwise imprls
their own chance at success." .
Vahian emphasized that remedie-
for this situation exist. "We nee t'
develop valid and objective criteria f&
evaluating performance;' Valian said,
"We need to legitimate aspiring female
leaders equally to males. ... It's an;
institutional responsibility."a
"It was a very good lecture and very:
timel;' said Tatiana Suspitsina, a I du-~
cation second-year graduate studen~t. I:
wish more people would have come
and listened. It's not only concerning
women, but it also concerns men:'
Suspitsina also expressed dismay at
the state of women in the workplace.
"I think women often think that
society has changed, and that's, not
true," she said. "It's very important to
have quantitative data and statistic. tQ
prove discrimination still exists:'

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I im ush p sou thcasterI'll M ichi 'ani
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bJoo! disi ridls for the 2(}00-?t) I school
.;t Sciennu C o sccondar\ special ed.
oc "iiid other ancillarx prolcessiontal stall 9
ii Serce i ,01lotcliniar\ and
:: ;, sChottl 1-4 pui For mbl~
.>nhbK 12 tin tisllaim hiiii()or call
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N VIAlN STREET RESTAU.RANT secks
kwiit laie teatrs play ers for FIT and PIT line
oolpo Eves. & \Vktds. req. Competitive
pay Hcvx.sched.. tuition reimbursement, lplus
Slats for right individuals. Apply in person:
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!0 a.i 6 l~tni. Hourly wage plus concert
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SUMMER
POSITIONS
OTTAWA
COUNTY PARKS
Outdoor Positions at
North Beach Park,
Kirk Park, Tunnel Park and
The Park Operations Center
" Mowing
to Operations
" Specialists
$7 per hour
Age 16 or older
Full or part time
Call (616)
738-4800
for more information
P/T RECEI'IONISTI Collegec Cleaners. 2
;Bill davs/week. It0-5. 57/hour. Call 662-
kqi t :pplv in persNon 711 N. Univer-sit\.
m1110 iTOGRAPH-ERS &: assts. needed to
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Pt l'ot allice a must. Flex. schcd. i;10(-
1 21ht C r all MI-F 10 amt-4 pmn br morintr.b
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P~REFERABLY NURSING student to assist
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1)tiris ti ill be coinsidered. Will train. 429-
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EXCITING CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
IN PUBLIC POLICY RESEARCH
Positions Available in Southern California
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Survey Coo~rdinatoi'
Work as a nimmber of the SRG team
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supervising data collectors. buidyetineg,
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To bi\C on site In cental caipus apt. bd. in
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bldgL, and 4 houses: incl minor maintenance,
cleaning, showing & leasing of properties.
addressing tenant concerns. Must have
flexible schedule: Afternoons, eves.. &
wknds. Great opportunity for rad Student or
grad. student couple. Position begins: May
2000. Please contact: Ann (877) 426-6035.
SA [ES ASSO CIArEs
Gala Hallmark bas Immiediate opiuiig bin
dais sc4 weekends (PTl). Flexile schduii.
et lcle cstaling pay, generous ecmployee
disc' n. prei Otisretail experience e pil.
bui not necssary, Conic in oi call for appi.
734-668- I f 51, .er faxto 734-65- 16b12.an:
Vicki.
SEEKING TENAN' Advocates Serve your
iomtnt nn vV can't tiff/hr 76 i-68 76
STIUDENT 'GROUiNDSKEPE'
HELP WANTED
Riesponsible o mainaning campus grounds
anid nnturmn plant iiiacrnals on campus. As
sCasolis (Idele: assistwithIi ow iii c .weed
xxlippiiig. xxcdiiir.hea pickup shrob and
floweciheed clai-up: prpin'~tiig Ior plailt 11:
thlrwets, bulbs. pruntle ont,ii0ncual tieC"aid
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Services Buidine (frst floori 11101 Palitci
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STUDENT! RESEARCH .ASST. '0xxok
study posit ion in M~d. School lab for sprni o.
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techniques 1)NA. R NA. tissue cultrc. 1i.
housekeeping Research lab exerienice &
science ackyitinnd prebcrrd nital esuine
to bprk (1umich cdu i
SUBJIECTS NEED)ED) FOR xpenoniin i
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Eniglish speakers. ight haitds(!. t iniialdtor
citrctei lon. nli iomtal co l so-. anId
normal lcarim*.ig av is ltithi -plus oiiii
based on Ipefor mi tac. Call 96-05 6 or
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SUMMER CAMP COUNSELORS
NEEDED FOR PREM IER CA MS
IN MASSACHUSETTS
Position available for stdnts as c uselos
in all tamnSports, all indivdal spois such
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activities, an spciatyact ivi tis nc ludi u
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Ft L I, )vrIG, el iahlc babysitter needed
Ia .Mitt Arbor taimely Experience xwall
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WA.NTiED: Womten smokers ages 20-45
x% ho box c expecrieniced periods of sadness are
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