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ADMISSIONS
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in Texas, California and Florida. They
say the programs provide advantages to
people from disadvantaged back-
grounds by offering a certain percent-
age from every high school into a state
college. But University officials assert
that such a plan will not work as well in
Michigan, which is not as racially seg-
regated as other states. For example, the
Upper Peninsula is an area with few
minorities and little affluence.
"Race (or) ethnicity and socioe-
conomic disadvantage are two com-
pletely different things," Peterson
said. "The majority of applicants
who come from poor families are
white. If we considered only
socioeconomic disadvantage, we
would not succeed in enrolling a
racially diverse student body."
"It's just going to be more effective
in states that have segregated commu-
nities," University of Virginia law,
Prof. Kim Forde-Mazrui said. "States
that have fewer minorities or in which
minorities are more dispersed ... are

going to have a harder time."
Levey rejected that argument, saying
"there are few major cities in the (Unit-
ed States) as segregated as Detroit."
But Mazrui added that the percent
plans have not been as successful in
Texas and California as Bush claims.
Mazrui said in many cases, state univer-
sities admit students who are not quali-
fied to attend the school, but the schools
admit them because of their class rank.
But Levey noted there are other
factors involved in race-neutral
admissions. He said universities
could ask students to write an essay
about coming from a disadvantaged
family. They could also eliminate
legacy points. The University offers
four points to an applicant if one of
their parents is an alumnus and one
point for other close relatives.
"They have made no effort to use
race-neutral preferences to achieve
diversity. They just categorically
write it off," Levy said.
He added that he believes the
University already lowered its stan-
dards when they began offering 20
points for race.

LEGACIES
Continued from Page 1
erations is one way to ensure that
alumni remain loyal and committed
to the well-being of the institution
over the long haul," Courant said.
But alumni financial contribu-
tions also play an important role in
assuring the University's financial
health, Courant said.
Children of donors are not guar-
anteed points, but their applications
can be further considered by the
Admissions Review Committee and
20 points can be granted at the
provost's discretion, he added.
"The University does field
inquiries about applications from
donors, faculty, active alumni, leg-
islators and others who have a close
and supportive relationship with the
University," Courant said.
"These individuals may alert the
admissions director to students
who they believe merit additional
attention."
Courant said the use of the
provost's discretion policy has dimin-

ished during the past three years.
While Warnick doesn't believe in
getting extra points for legacy, there
are others who defend it.
"It was good for me. I didn't
know about my (grade point aver-
age) it was only a 3.6. If you are
lacking in some areas it helps to
make up for it," LSA senior Tristan
Kladzyk said.
"I think it is fair. I might not have
gotten in had I not had those
points," she added.
LSA sophomore and legacy student
Ben Mueller also supports the Univer-
sity legacy system.
"I think it is fine the way it is. They
shouldn't change the legacy points.
(Legacy) should play a part in the
admission process," Mueller said.
"If you have had relatives going
here since the University opened,
you should be rewarded with
points," Mueller said.
In addition to the University,
many schools across the nation also
consider legacy status in their
admissions. Jim Kolesar, director of
public affairs at Williams College, a

private college in Williamstown,
Mass., said legacies are important
because universities need the finan-
cial support of alumni, and many
current students will also donate
after graduating.
"Colleges, especially private col-
leges, are in some way a social con-
tract for generations," he said.
If a qualified student with legacy
status is rejected, the "social con-
tract would be frayed," Kolesar
said.
But, there are those who
remained vehemently opposed to
the University's legacy policy.
"It does not say much about you
and how you will perform if you
have grandparents who went here. It
has more to do with the school
wanting to increase donations - it
is not very academically placed,"
LSA junior Lesley Felsten said.
LSA senior Tyniece Stevenson
said she finds it odd that legacy,
which has no academic implications
would play a part in her admission
to the University.
Michigan State University does

not take legacy into account when
deciding admission. Admissions
Director Pamela Horne said they
look exclusively at the students'
credentials.
She said the college is able to do
this because they received a land
grant and do not depend on alumni
to such an extent for financial sup-
port.
"We want a wide range of back-
grounds represented, the land grant
mission and heritage implies that
first-generation college students are
very welcome here," Horne said.
"Alumni children are as welcome,
but they are not given any special
edge in the admissions process," he
added.
In addition to the fact that legacy
is not an academic credential others
oppose it on the basis of race.
"In the past, there were more
whites who attended this school
than blacks. I don't think it is
intended to be racist but it could
have racial effects," LSA legacy
recipient and sophomore Carlie
Haberl said.

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**RESIDENT MANAGERS NEEDED.
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ANIMAL CARETAKER !! Part time job
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BARTENDER TRAINEES NEEDED
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BARTENDERS, SERVERS, & beverage cart
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CO-REC SLOW PITCH softball team seeks
women for season running May-July.
Email dsa@umich.edu
GOLF COURSE POSITIONS - The Univer-
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is seeking motivated, conscientious people to
fill grounds crew and clubhouse positions for
the upcoming season. Contact Paul Scott @
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IMIED. OPENING PIT janitorial 3rd shift in
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INSTRUCTIONAL ASSISTANT NEEDED
in one of our mulit-age, k-2nd. grade class-
rooms, full-time position. Must be CPI certi-
fied, with prior experience working with Gen-
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Maiden lane Ann Arbor 48105. 665-4331.
fax: 665-2354. islanddrive@mindspring.com
MACOMB COUNTY TEACHER Job Fair,
Saturday, March 29, 8:30am to 3:30 pm. Rep-
resenting up to 25 public school districts in
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586/228-3576. EEOE.
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MOVIE EXTRAS/.MODELS NEEDED!!
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MICHIGAN TELEFUND NOW HIRING stu-
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perience. Start at $7.25/hr. plus nightly.
bonuses. Apply online or stop by 611 Church,
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PROFESSOR SEEKS EXPERIENCED
Jack-of-all-trades for help around the home.
$12/hr. Call 761-6549.
REAL LIFE LIVING SERVICES is accept-
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people w/experience in OT, PT, ST, Psych,
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SCOREKEEPERS IS NOW HIRING Cooks,
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ings. Bring your class schedule and apply to-
day at 310 Maynard A2 - Across from Borders
Books Downtown. 995-0100.
STUDENT NEEDED FOR duties incl. child-
care (2 girls: 6, 8) Hse. hold org., pet sitting,
yard work, etc. Part or full-time, unlimited hrs.
avail. for the right person. Kerrytown area,
start immed. @ $10/hr. Call 996-0119.
SUBJECTS NEEDED- MALE tobacco
smokers needed for a tobacco study. Healthy,
drug-free subjects aged 21-45 will be given a
free medical work-up first and then scheduled
for two morning PET sessions in the Univer-
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about 7:30 am to about 12:30 pm after
overnight tobacco abstinence. In each session,
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blood withdrawn. Payment of $500 will be
given upon completion of the pre-exam and 2
PET sessions. A total of approximately 6-10
hours of your time will be required for this
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you can be reached.
SUBSTITUTE TEACHER LONG-TERM
needed to fill a full school day, multi-age. 3rd.
-5th grade classroom position. Must be a certi-
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TEACHERS NEEDED
GRETCHEN'S HOUSE, a NAEYC accred-
ited program in Ann Arbor, seeks highly quali-
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- Preschool teachers
- Full and Part-Time Substitutes
Minimum qualifications for FT positions in-
clude: BS, AA, or CDA in Early Childhood
Education and willingness to give minimum 1
year commitment. For more information call
(734)761-2576 or email inquiries to
mdavis@gretchenshouse.com. EOE
TEMPLE BETH EMETH, the local Reform
synagogue, is hiring a high school youth group
advisor. For more info., please contact Cantor
Rose at arose@templebethemeth.org
TUTOR NEEDED 8TH grade core-subjects
homework, 3 sessions/wk. $75 must have
transportation. 734-995-9732.
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CHILD CARE PROVIDER NEEDED - 30
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LIVE-IN NANNY NEEDED. Free apt. in ex-
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PROFESSIONAL DRY CLEANERS! Shirts
and drop off service. Summer storage avail.
Comer of N. University & Thayer.
715 N. University or Call 662-1906.
THESIS EDITING. Language, organization,
format. All disciplines 25 years U-M experi-
ence. 734/996/0566, writeon@htdconnect.com

FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED for 2
bdrm. apt. $430/mo. 734-997-9621.

AAPS COMMUNITY ED. & Rec is looking
for Swim Instructors for Spring Session (Apr.
28 - June 14) & Summer Session (mid-June -
mid-Aug.). Weekday and Sat. shifts avail.
Desired Qualifications: W.S.I. & LGT. For
more info please call 994-2300 ext. 232. EOE.
ATTENTION: RA'S
CAMP WAYNE FOR GIRLS - Northeast
Pennsylvania (6/19-8/16/03) If you love chil-
dren and want a caring, fun environment we
need female staff as Directors and Instructors
for: Tennis, Golf, Gymnastics, Swimming,
Waterskiing, Sailing, Team Sports, Ropes,
Camping/Nature, Drama, Ceramics, Videogra-
phy, Silkscreen, Batik, Calligraphy, Guitar,
Jewelry, Piano, Aerobics, Martial Arts, Bak-
ing. Other positions: Group Leaders, Adminis-
trative/Driver, Nurses (RN's). On Campus In-

BARTENDER TRAINEES
$250 per day potential, local positions
Call 1-800-293-3985 exst. 607

NEEDED

UNIVERSITY BARTENDING
CLASSES START SOON!
1-800-U-CAN-MIX
WWW.UNIVERSITYBARTENDING.COM
SPACE IS LIMITED!!!

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