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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 5, 2001 - 7

MTV
Continued from Page 1A
football Saturdays.
The program is being aired on local
cable stations at five universities -
Rutgers, UC-San Diego, Georgia,
Massachusetts-Amherst and Michi-
gan.
In Ann Arbor, the program is being
shown on the Residence Hall Network
three days a week, four hours a day,
through December.
"MTV is starting a new initiative to
try to reach out to college students,"

Hertzan said. "We're bringing back
Beavis and Butthead and we're doing
documentaries on things that affect
college life."
Hertzan added that he hopes the
"MTV University" pilot will be even-
tually expanded beyond the four-hour
segment into a separate 24-hour chan-
nel within the MTV family by this
time next year.
The four hours of programming
includes traditional MTV shows such
as "The Tom Green Show" and music
video segments in addition to the col-
lege documentaries.

ATTACKS
Continued from Page 1A
Afghanistan, in Dushanbe, the capital
of neighboring Tajikistan, to discuss
closer cooperation between U.S. and
alliance forces.
"Our side was happy," the official
said of the meeting's outcome. "It
was a venue to discuss broader strat-
egy. ... It's become more and more
evident that we can play a major
role."
The official, who spoke on condi-
tion of anonymity, forecast an esca-
lation of fighting around
Mazar-e-Sharif-that would include
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tighter coordination with U.S. forces.
"There could be tactical air sup-
port," he said. "This could be one
aspect of it."
Since the start of the U.S. bomb-
ing campaign Oct. 7, "a better under-
standing has been created between
us, but it still needs some improve-
ment," the official said.
Defense Secretary Donald Rums-
feld on Tuesday confirmed previous
reports from the field that U.S.
troops are working with the North-
ern Alliance groups, saying the
"modest number" of troops were
helping direct airstrikes and arrange
logistical support.

RAPES
Continued from Page 1A
Kinsey said there is no evidence
that either woman had ingested any
sort of drug, although both reported
passing out. Any trace of
gammahydroxy butyrate - or
GHB, a popular date-rape drug --
would be undetectable after 12
hours, before either reported the
incidents.
Members of Beta Theta Pi's nation-
al organization are participating in the
investigation.
"We're cooperating with all inter-
ested parties," said Mike Kokkinen,
R IVALRY
Continued from Page 1A
State isn't. MSU latches onto to the
idea of being a major Michigan rival
because they're not as well known
nationally. It's the be-all, end-all game
at State. For us, it's the Ohio State
game," said Elizabeth Crabtree, a
sophomore in the School of Music
who transferred to Michigan after
spending her freshmen year at Michi-
gan State.
Some Michigan State students also
said the spirit of the game hasn't been
as wild as past years.
"Things have been much calmer this
year. You haven't heard too much
about it," said Michigan State sopho-
more Sara Wright.
"Students are selling their tickets
this year but not many people are buy-
ing them," said Sain Davies, a Michi-
gan State sophomore. "Those that are
able to sell them aren't making much
money. In the past, tickets for the
MSU versus Michigan game have
gone for as much as $225. This year,
people are lucky to get $75. It's really
weird."
In comparison to previous years,
yesterday's pranks seem tame.

the fraternity's national director of
risk management. "We are looking
into the possibility of having repre-
sentatives (from the national office)
come to help with the investiga-
tion."
IFC President Mark Hustvedt
declined to conment last night
because of the ongoing criminal
investigation but said IFC is con-
sidering sanctions against the fra-
ternity because the party was
unregistered.
Both cases are being investigated
as third-degree criminal sexual con-
duct, a felony punishable by up to 15
years in prison.
"There will be no
Sparty symbols on
s on
our Central
Campus area."
- Reza Breakstone
Michigan "Superfan"
In 1998, Michigan State police
arrested 14 University students after
attacking Sparty with yellow paint balls
and buckets. Michigan State fans have
also painted the 'M' on the Diag with
obscene sayings in past years.
"The Spartys have definitely been
more on the ball about pranks on
schools. They nailed the 'M' on the
Diag two years ago and other areas of
campus. They did this without retribu-
tion," Breakstone said. "This year will
not be the same. The Maize Rage will
be defending the Diag and there will
be no Sparty symbols on our Central
Campus area.
"As for us pranking them, it hasn't
happened that much in recent years.
There may still be a plan brewing, but
I am not giving away hidden designs."

SEARCH
Continued from Page 1A
to discuss their options, a day after
four of the eight regents attended a
town hall meeting at Angell Hall.
Regent Larry Deitch (D-Bingham
Farms) said the town hall meeting was
helpful. As part of the University com-
munity, the regents value the sugges-
tions of the students, faculty, staff and
alumni, he said.
"We're trying to get all of the input
in and then decide how to go about it,"
said Taylor (D-Grosse Pointe Farms).
"I think the plan we come up with will
be pretty well accepted. I hope it will
be."
Another aspect the regents are con-
sidering is whether to enlist the help of
a consulting fimn.
Malcolm MacKay, a consultant for
New' York City-based executive search
firm Russell Reynolds & Associates,
helped in the 1996 presidential search
that brought Bollinger to the helm of
the University.
MacKay said the regents had not
contacted him regarding this presiden-
tial search, and Taylor said the regents
are still undecided on the issue.
There are positive and negative
aspects to hiring consulting firms in a
search, Taylor said. They have the abil-
ity to handle the massive amounts of
paperwork that accompany a search,
and they have an established network

in higher education.
But "they tend to be very, very
expensive," Taylor said, adding the
University is already equipped with
experienced staff who may be able to
handle the search without outside help.
MacKay said a third party can make
the process easier on the University. A
firm "can reach out in a way that
would be hard for the client to do,"
MacKay said.
A consulting firm would begin to
work for the University after the
search committee and the regents
outline exactly what qualities, expe-
rience and credentials they are look-
ing for in a candidate, MacKay said.
"That sounds simple, but it's not. It's
actually the most important part of
the search."
From there, the consulting firm
would reach out to possible candi-
dates. "Often very good candidates are
very happy where they are and they
won't apply," MacKay said.
Ultimately the decision to hire the
firm lies with the regents, who are
expected to announce the search
process within two weeks.
The regents have also discussed the
composition of the search committee.
The challenge is to include a broad
representation on all three campuses
"but not too large a group that it
becomes unwieldy," Taylor said.
"All that is still under discussion,"
he said.

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