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have been a hearing tomor-
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of the judiciary.
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she does not feel the allegations have
affected her, citing a good relationship
with her priest. She also hoped that the
issue could be resolved quickly.
"Not all priests and not every
Catholic is an awful person because
of this. The people who are responsi-
ble should be prosecuted and the
Church should address the issue
openly to try to figure how to resolve
this issue," she said.
The Diocese of Lansing has "an
extensive sexual misconduct policy
and procedures to deal with these
criminal and immoral acts," according
to a letter by Lansing Bishop Carl
"I assure you that no one who has had
a substantiated claim of sexual abuse of
a minor brought against him/her is
actively working in the Diocese of Lans-
ing," he said.
Churches in the Ann Arbor area will
also be working to address these prob-
lems. Firestone said he held a meeting
with parents last Sunday to help them
understand the issues. They are also cur-
rently looking for a nationally recog-
nized speaker to help the community to
work through the issues.
The St. Francis of Assisi Catholic
Church will be holding an open forum
"We are trying to make some of the
distinctions between what a true
pedophile is and abuse of a minor, and
how these things have to be considered
within our society and not just in our
He also said Bishops will be meeting
in June, and sexual misconduct in the
Church will be the primary issue of dis-
cussion. He hopes they are able to devel-
op a national policy and said "they have
got to come clean on it all."
"I think it is going to stay in our con-
sciousness for a while and we are going
to continue to have these things popping
up. This stuff is going to continue."
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Though he said he agrees with Gam-
ble that the new contract is a fair one,
team member and Engineering Prof.
Ramesh Saigal said he believes GEO
deserves some extra credit for the issues
"Some of the issues, they surprised
me.... There are only 14 library assis-
tants and there are about 1,600 GSIs,
and they really negotiated very hard to
get the library assistants to be equal with
everyone else," Saigal said. "In a
democracy, it's the majority that rules
and the minority is out, and here the
majority was trying to lift the minority,
and I wasn't expecting that. That was
Saigal, who said he joined the bar-
gaining team in order to help the Univer-
sity understand the problems graduate
students face, said one thing that did not
surprise him was the length of time the
negotiating process took.
"Before I accepted I was warned that
sometimes these negotiations go into the
night," Saigal said.
Gamble said he believes some of the
reasons GEO negotiations take months
to conclude are because GEO puts more
on the table than other unions and GEO
negotiators are less experienced and
might not know the best way to solve a
"GEO brings many, many issues to
the table. Very often, a dozen issues
would be a lot for many of the unions,
but one year I remember (GEO) brought
40 issues that we had to go through,"
Gamble said. "The issues are complex
and it would be very simple to just go
say "yes, yes, yes," and it would be done
in a day, but you don't want to say yes to
things you don't completely under-
Fellow team member and psychology
Prof. Eric Bermann said he realized
after his first experience with negotia-
tions in 1999 that the bargaining process
was neither simple nor quick but said
that overall the experiences allowed him
to contribute to the University in an
"Why I agreed in the very first
place was partly my personal back-
ground. I grew up in a union family
- my mother was a collective bar-
gainer, I was attending union func-
tions when I was a kid, I walked in
picket lines - and by background, I
was very interested," Bermann said.
"My oldest son was an organizer of
the GEO when he was a student
here and was a member of the steer-
ing committee back in '75, '76.
Plus, I've worked with hundreds
and hundreds of graduate students,
GSIs, teaching with them."
Despite the controversy still surround-
ing graduate student unions, all three
University negotiators said they under-
stood the need for them, and both
Bermann and Saigal said they were in
favor of graduate students unionizing.
"I'm working when I am teaching. If
a GSI is teaching, why should they not
be considered a worker?" Saigal said.
"The GSI is doing exactly what a pro-
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University spokeswoman Julie
Peterson said it is unlikely that the
University will meet the protesters'
requests and end its relationship
with corporations tied to Israel.
"The University rarely modifies
their investments around political
issues," Peterson said. "Only after
sustained and widespread concern is
expressed across the campus com-
munity would the (University Board
of Regents) consider setting up a
committee to evaluate divestiture in
a specific area of our investment."
There have only been two times in
history when the University's finan-
cial policies were altered because of
political reasons - in response to
apartheid in South Africa and tobac-
Abdelall said yesterday's protest
was unique because more attention
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"More and more people are starting
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People are starting to see through the
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