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6Weekend gives
siblings taste of
. 'U' lif,activitiesg

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The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 12, 2001- 7A

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APPEAL
Continued from Page 1A
which dictates election standards. The
Election Board imposed the rule in an
effort to enforce attendance at the
meeting.
"Our job as Election Board is to
interpret the code in an unbiased way,"
Agrawal said. "CSJ has previously
decided that we weren't bound to pre-
vious interpretations of the code."
DAAP also cited discrimination as a
possible reason for Dowdell and
Curtin's removal from the race.
"We don't know exactly how they're
making up these rules as they go
along," Masley said. "All of the sud-

den when it can destroy DAAP's entire
platform, the rule applies."
The Election Board said this was
not the case because DAAP members
were not the only candidates disquali-
fied. "We made this rule at the begin-
ning, and we administered it without
discrimination," Election Board Chair-
man Ryan Norfolk said.
"We're not here to discuss the ments
of the candidates," Norfolk said. "We
as the Election Board exist to interpret
the code, and they violated the rules."
DAAP is calling for the resignation
of all four board members. "This
appeal makes it clear that when DAAP
says we defend all students rights, our
deeds match our words," Dowdell said.

By Chds White
For the Daily
Gina Salazar had the crowd going
wild on Friday night while she sang
karaoke to Gloria Estefan and the
Miami Sound Machine's "Conga."
However, this scene did not occur at the
typical Ann Arbor bar, but at Michigras
as part of Siblings Weekend 2001.
"She had the place going crazy. They
had the lights flashing and everybody
was doing the conga," said Engineering
sophomore Josh Salazar of his 9-year-
old sister.
'Siblings Weekend co-director
Alexandra Koester said the Residence
Hall Association, which sponsored the
event, registered 183 students for the
weekend's festivities, about the samey
*numbers as last year's Siblings Week-
end.
The weekend offered students a
unique opportunity to spend time with '
their siblings at the University, said LSA
freshman Ivey Adelman.
"Normally it would be pretty weird to
have my 10-year-old brother come and
DAP
Continued from Page 1A
They promise to stop tuition increases an
support for a North America-wide tuition f
DAAP candidates also pride themselv
.willingness to stand up to the administrat

stay with me," Adelman said. "It was h
nice to have a time that I could bring a"
younger sibling up."
David, Adelman's younger brother,
said his favorite part of the weekend was
Pinball Pete's Arcade and Japanese Cul-
ture Day, which was put on by the
Japanese Culture Club.
The weekend was especially signifi-
cant for the University's out-of-state stu-
dents who are rarely able to return home
to see family members, said Engineer-
ing freshman Sarah Elgin.
"You get a chance to spend quality Sagar Shah leaps onto his
time with your sibling especially since I wrestling at Michigras onI
live out of state," Elgin said. "It makes me really a
Eric Elgin, 12, said he was excited to time she is here. She is a
see a Michigan hockey game at Yost Ice Elizabeth Heyn said.
Arena, adding that he has never missed Lauren Heyn said shen
a game when the Wolverines visit his Ann Arbor's atmosphere.
native Minnesota. "I liked how friendlye
"I've never been to a game at Yost here and how many pizza
and it was really cool," Elgin added. are here" Lauren Heyn sai
"We were in the fourth row." The weekend hads
Kinesiology sophomore Elizabeth glitches. Some participa
Heyn and her younger sister Lauren, 15, were upset that events a
spent the weekend watching movies, Museum of Archeology a
shopping, and going out to eat. tarium show at the Museu
said.
"When Vice President for Student Affairs Royster
Harper sat in a meeting last year some representatives
nd organize actually argued for tuition increases, said Curtin. "We
reeze. would never do that. We will never back down."
'es on their Since its formation DAAP has been for abolishing
ion, Curtin the Code of Student Conduct, not amending it. They

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History were limited only to 30 partici-
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Others complained about the cancel-
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event, which would have featured many
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a places there Despite the setbacks, Koester said she
d. still believes Siblings Weekend was a
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nts said they "I think that a lot of people brought
at the Kelsey their sibs to campus not to do the activi-
nd the plane- ties but to show them what their college
um of Natural lives are like,' Koester said.

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