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COLEMAN
Continued from Page 1
ed citizenry, the state supports it with public
funds. The universities, in turn, have a recipro-,
cal responsibility to the states. In this regard, our
roots are not only deep, but also broad, extend-
ing hundreds of years and hundreds of miles."
Coleman also emphasized the impor-
tance of keeping the University accessible
for all students and maintaining a diverse
student body. She noted the University's
long history of dedication to diversity and
the importance of the U.S. Supreme Court
hearings Tuesday, where the University
will defend its race-conscious admissions
policies."We are asking the court to affirm
America, by re-affirming affirmative action,"
Coleman said. "At the University of Michigan,
we have room for all points of view, and for the
syntheses of those views."
Preceding Coleman, the keynote speaker -

psychology Prof. James Jackson - also dis-
cussed diversity. "Today, as a more mature
country, we often appear afraid of changes of
multiple races and ethnicities," Jackson said.
"We need to learn from the mistakes as well
as the triumphs of the past."
At a press conference after the ceremony,
Coleman expressed her excited sentiments
about the inauguration and the challenges
she faces ahead. "This is a dream that I could
never have imagined," Coleman said. "Sure
it's a hard job," she said, adding however that
she feels confident about the upcoming hear-
ings and the budgetary crisis. "You can't
help to feel good about the job." Other events
surrounding the day included a symposium
and a two-hour reception at the President's
House. The symposium - titled "For a Uni-
versity of the World" - included five Uni-
versity professors who discussed the
importance of internationalism and diversity
in their various fields, and for the University

to connect with the world.
"To be a University of the world, it is no
longer enough to study the world," American
culture and musicology Prof. Amy Ku'uleialoha
Stillman said. "Diversity is not bounded by
political borders." At the reception later on,
Coleman personally greeted a mix of profes-
sors, alumni, celebrities and students in a
receiving line at the President's House. Many
people commented on Coleman's friendly
attitude. "She has that personal direct feeling
for people," said Jim Holmes, a former Busi-
ness School professor and alum who taught
both Bill Martin and Red Berenson.
LSA sophomore Jeff Souva said he had
heard about the reception through an e-mail
from the Michigan Student Assembly. He said
Coleman has been very receptive to the lesbian,
gay, bisexual and transgender community dur-
ing her tenure. "She's taking her time and get-
ting acquainted with the University. She has had
a lot thrown at her," Souva said.

STUDENTS
Continued from Page 1
for affirmative action that they are wrong, but at
the same time, I have my own belief."
Though he is familiar with many sides of the
debate, McGraw, who will attend the University
in the fall, said he is still "strongly against" the
University's use of race as a factor in admissions.
"I live in Grosse Pointe, and it's close to
Detroit, and I know those are two different
lifestyles," he said, adding that he is aware that
students living in less privileged areas have
greater obstacles to overcome than students who
attend more financially successful schools. "They
have a lot of obstacles that I don't have to deal
with. But at some point, trying to make every-
thing equal doesn't work."
Having lived with some of those obstacles,
D'vaun Wells, a junior at Renaissance High
School in Detroit - whose student body largely
consists of minorities - said he feels the 20
points given to minority students are needed and
justified. "There are a lot of problems in our
society, and affirmative action helps fight
against those," Wells said, adding that race plays
a large role in a person's life - no matter what
kind of school they attend or what resources
they have access to.
"A black student who attends a majority white
school would still have a disadvantage ... you just
encounter different types of problems within their
schools," he said.
Wells said he believes affirmative action helps
to shrink the gap between minorities and whites,
as well as between students who are socioeco-
nomically disadvantaged with students who have
had greater access to educational materials.
But McGraw said he does not believe it is pos-
sible to continuously try to level the playing field.

"There comes a point when I think trying to
make everything equal becomes its own form of
segregation or discrimination," he said. "Color
is something you can't control, and to give peo-
ple points for being black - that's a form of
discrimination."
Living less than an hour away from McGraw in
a suburb on the other side of Detroit, West
Bloomfield High School senior Perry Teicher
said he supports the use of race in admissions,
but believes the University goes too far in its
undergraduate admissions application.
"I think diversity is a key thing to have in any
environment ... but I think the way the University
gets it is not correct," Teicher said.
"I think it is a good factor to have, but I do not
think it should be an overwhelming factor."
From her high school in Connecticut,
Trumbell High School senior Michelle Boles
said she agrees that some students deserve
additional consideration based on their back-
grounds, but she said she does not believe
those points should be based on race.
"The 20 points just makes an incredible
difference ... I do not think it is fair," Boles
said. "But I believe location makes a differ-
ence, and I agree that people in different geo-
graphical locations do not get the same
chances or opportunities (as students attend-
ing suburban schools)."
Teicher said one of the aspects that impresses
him the most about the debate surrounding the
use of race is the wide variety of opinions held by
his peers on the issue, as well as people's abilities
to accept others' views.
"We've been talking about it a lot and there are
different opinions, but everyone is very open to
listening," he said. "The student body is pretty
divided about it."

HOROWITZ
Continued from Page 1
said are attempting to solve a problem with
education too late in a child's academic career.
"It is the result of the certain inability of
some races to score well on these tests. We must
ask ourselves why this is;' he said. "Who is
responsible for this? Who is running these
schools? You all know the answer. In Detroit,
100 percent of the officials are Democrats."
"People who talk about leveling the playing
field are selling snake oil. The playing field will
never ever ever be equal," he added.
"One thing Martin Luther King said in a
speech they don't talk about much was,
'because we are black and because we are dis-
the michigan dail

advantaged, we must work twice as hard."'
Horowitz also touched on American resistance
to the war in Iraq, saying that a united home
front is the key to success. He recalled many
historic dissenters, like "Jane Fonda, who visit-
ed this University in 1973 and said that if
Americans understood what communism was,
they would fall down on their knees and pray
for it. Blithering idiots in Hollywood are noth-
ing new"
Representatives from the National Associa-
tion for the Advancement of Colored People
also attended the event, and said that he must be
listened to cautiously. "He brings up a lot of
good points, but ... he also brings up a lot of
half-truths. He tends to tell half the story," Chris
Cunningham, second vice president of the

NAACP, said. "There are many points I agree
with him on. The Detroit public school system
is in dire need of new administration and better
funding. However, pointing the finger at (the
Left) and Democrats won't solve the problem."
Although they butt heads on certain issues,
Cunningham, an LSA sophomore, said it is
good for the University to have Horowitz visit.
"You know what, although a lot of his views
are unpopular, it's very, very valuable to our
community as a whole. ... If he and I were
actually able to converse, and I was able to
point out these aspects, and maybe bring those
other aspects and the opposite view to him in
the correct manner, it might open his eyes,
because he opened my eyes to a couple of
things," Cunningham said.

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LARGE FURNISHED 2 & 3 bdrm. apt. on S.
State, Near UM bus stop, 5 min. to Michigan
Union. Avail. Now, Winter & Fall '03 lease.
Heat & water incl., 2-sink bath., Intercom/sec.
buzzer, New funiture, New appliance, Bac.,
A/C, Prkg., Ldry For 2-4. $100-$1600, no
smokingho pets. 734996-3539 or
734-678-7250, ehtseng@comcast.net
LARGE STUDIO- CENTRAL campus at
Tower Plaza, furn. full kitch. 1 full bath.
plenty of closet space, 24 hr. security & well lit
ldry. facilities, $800/mo. + elec. avail. Sept. 1
2003. Call Ely 248-626-3800 ext. 116.
LOOKING FOR FEMALE grad. student to
lease, in August, 1 bdrm. in a townhouse.
Brand new. 2000 sq. ft. $550 + util(s). Fum. 5
min. from central campus and hosp. 6774383.
MAY 2003-MAY 2004 lease 907 Greenwood
$550/mo. + util. Sharing w/5 other girls, but
you have you own bdrm. 810664-8654
kborck@umich.edu
MCKINLEY ST. SPACIOUS 1&2 bdrm.
apts. Bay windows, fireplace, bal., A/C, cov-
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Fall leases avail. 741-9300
www.annarborapartments.net
MEDICAL STUDENTS. AVAILABLE FALL-
Large efficiencies, one and two bedroom
apartments located near the Medical Campus.
Lots of Amenities. Call Michigan Realty,
662-5500 or wwwmichcomrealty.com. EHO.
MODERN 2 BDRM. apt. @ 1015 E. Ann. 2
blocks from hospital. $1165-1220/mo., 12
month lease, begins Aug. 29th. Prkg., ldry.,
no pets. 663-6138.
NEAR KERRYTOWN! GREAT LOCATION!
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NEAR UNION LARGE contemporary stu-
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OLD WEST SIDE- Great 1 & 2 furnished
bdrm. Apts. for the economy-minded student.
Bus stops outside your door. Call Varsity
Mgmt. 668-1100.
OLDY BUT GOODY - Great 2 bdm. Apt.
w/lots of nooks & crannies. Call Varsity
Mgmt. forappt. 668-1100.
PETS WELCOME- CONTEMPORARY
1&2 bdrm. apts. Great campus locations. Call
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RESIDENT MANAGER monthly rent credit
for your May and Fall lease. Call 741-9657.
RIVER'S EDGE APARTMENTS !!!! Why
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ROOMS ABOUT CAMPUS. Short term
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Prkg. avail. From $450/mo. 973-7368.
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1 BDR M. FREE prkg., ldry. and dwstr. ent
neg. Call 678-8668.
1 OR 2 BDRM. avail. in 2 bdrm. apt. Spring/-
Summer Sublet fully fum. Price neg. Call Elise
@ 327-7646 or Divya @ 248-763-4449.
1-2 BDRM. FREE util., Idry., prkg., furn.,
non-smoking, bi-level apt. on Fourth. Close to
AATA, YMCA. Avail. May-Aug. 23.
$275/mo. o.b.o., ethemet avail. Call 222-4857.
2 BDRMS. IN 3 bdrm. apt. May-Aug 12, 3
blocks from diag, across from CCRB. Free
air/cable, $500/both or $300/1.727-244-3820.
2 BEDROOM SUBLEASE on S. University.
Free parking & ethernet. Furn., great loc.,
laundry on premises. Price neg. Avail. May to
Aug. Call Adam @ 327-4073.
AVAIL. IMMED. FOR SUBLET $475/mo, plus
util. 1211 Prospect. Contact 810-664-8654 or
kborck@umich.edu
AVAIL. MAY-AUG. RMS. in 6 bdrm. hse.
$400/mo. utils'.incl., 5 min. frrn Diag. Call
Joe, jglionna@umich.edu or 416-801-7667
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mer. Fum. Sun deck. No utils. 725 Church St.
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MAY-AUG. SUBLET 1 bdrm. 713 E. Kings-
ley, share w/ quiet female, unfum., free prkg.,
$275/mo. neg. kgillis@umich.edu
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET 1036 Oakland,
GREAT loc., fully furn. incl. downstairs
w/huge living room, dining room and kitchen.
2 porches & huge back patio. Free parking.
$525 orneg. Call Oren@ 734-904-1271.
SUMMER SUBLET AVAIL. 1g. bdrm. in 4
bdrm. hse. Walking distance to North Campus
and Kerry Town. A/C, wshr./dryer, storage,
and free prkg. avail. Rent neg. Call 644-6565.
TOWER PLAZA APT. avail. May-Aug. 1
bdrm, H20 and cable TV incl., and fum. con-
tact Carrie at (734) 717-2775.
VERY LARGE 1 bdrm. apt. 2 min. walk to
central campus, 2 min. walk to downtown.
Safe furn., prkg., ldry., A/C. Avail, in Fall
&/or for May-Aug. sublet. $675/mo. all util.
incl. except elec. (neg. for sublet). for info call:
995-5075 khannam@umich edu

LORD OF LIGHT Lutheran Church (ELCA)
Lutheran Campus Ministry at U of M
801 S. Forest (at Hill)
10 AM Sunday, 9 PM Wednesday
All are Welcome!

rr WANTED: STUDENT EVENT Assistants
for Fall '03 and Winter 04: Persons will be re-
sponsible for assisting in the development, im-
plementation, and promotions of entertain-
ment, musical, cultural and educational pro-
grams for the Michigan League, including col-
laborative programming with student groups
and units. Experience in planning and promot-
ing student-initiated activities is desirable; must
be creative, reliable, self-motivated, able to
work well with diverse groups and able to
work at least 10-12 hours/week including oc-
casional evenings and weekends. Contact the
Michigan League Programming Office, 911
N. University, Phone: (734) 763-4652 and
email progleague@umich.edu

!!BARTENDERS WANTED, $300/DAY
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$1500 WEEKLY POTENTIAL mailing our
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**RESIDENT MANAGERS NEEDED.
Part time employment. Call Varsity Mgmt. at
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ANGELO'S ON THE SIDE
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APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT FIRM
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BARTENDER POSITIONS! MAKE up to
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BARTENDER TRAINEES NEEDED
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Calll-800-293-3985 ext. 504.
COMPUTER CONSULTANT - UM Biolog-
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GOLF COURSE POSITIONS - The Univer-
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is seeking motivated, conscientious people to
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the upcoming season. Contact Paul Scott @
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GROUNDS CREW WORKERS WANTED.
Includes golf priveledges. Positions available
for spring-fall. Apply in person at Stonebridge
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ext. 13.
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Labor Day. Send resume or apply to 1099
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fax:665-2354. islanddrive@mindspring.com
MICHIGAN TELEFUND NOW hiring stu-
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ules. Fun work atmosphere and great job ex-
perience. Start at $7.25/hr. plus nightly
bonuses. Apply online or stop by 611 Church,
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WANTED: STUDENT GRAPHIC Designer
for Fall '03 and Winter '04: Responsibilities in-
clude designing flyers, display and advertise-
ment for student programs (i.e. musical, enter-
tainment, cultural, educational) at the Michgian
League, including updating the League Pro-
gramming web site. Must have a print and web
design knowledge including maintaing and de-
signing websides using Dreamweaver, as well
as experience in Illustrator 10, Photoshop,
Pagemaker; must be creative, flexible, and able
to work 8-10 hours/week. Possibility of start-
ing in mid-June or July. Starting wage: $8.00
Contact the Michigan League Programming
Office, 911 N. University, Phone: (734) 763-
4652 and email progleague@umich.edu

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way all taxes included! Other worldwide
destinations cheap. Book online at
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SPRING BREAK WAS AWESOME! STS
America's #1 student tour operator is now hir-
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EARLY CHILDHOOD SUBSTITUTES
needed, no exp., will train. Fun job working
w/ young children, Call St. Paul Early Child-
hood Center 668-0887.
GREAT SUMMMER JOB!
Perfect for education majors; work with chil-
dren on field trips, birthday parties, work out-
side. Some fish cleaning. May thm Aug. $8/hr.
Spring Valley Trout Farm, 20 mins from AA.
Dexter. 734426-4772.
PAINTING, brick pavers or stone work, pri-
vate home close to UM, $8-10/hr.971-3321.
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT, FULL time,
work outside, opportunity for advancement.
make $3000-5000. P/T avail. now. 1-888-
277-9787. www.collegepro.com
SWIMMING POOL service and
construction. Fast paced outdoor work,
Weekends off. Top pay for hard working, self
motivated people to work in the NW
DETROIT SUBS. 248-477-7727.
2 CHILDREN ALMOST 4 & 2, looking for
caring, fun-loving babysitter. Needed immed.
for Tues. mornings, then beginning in May for
Tues. AND Thurs. momings. Own transporta-
tion & ref(s).req. Please call 623-9545.
ADORABLE CHILDREN NEED your nur-
turing care- 4 yr. boy and 2 yr. old girl. Mon,
Wed, Fri. 27hrs./ wk. Start late April, non-
smoker, own car, experience and references.
734-944-2521, evening/weekends.
LIVE-IN NANNY NEEDED. Free apt. in ex-
change for 16-20 hrs./wk. child care. Start
Spring or Fall 2003. Call Katie at 213-0889.
LOOKING FOR A NANNY to take care of
18 month old in our home, close to UM north
campus. Car not required. Call 734-763-8462
or email jkojic@umich.edu
PART TIME BABYSITTER needed for 9
mo. old, 15 hrs./week, flex. sched., ref(s). req.
Call Anne at 213-2859.
SEEKING KID-LOVING, EXPERIENCED
babysitter to care for two happy and affection-

LOCAL ORIGINAL ROCK band looking
for a keyboard player & vocal is a must. Call
734-945-7912.

*SIXTH HOUSEMATE NEEDED for 5 fe-
males sharing really nice house in central cam-
pus area. Private room. kdecker@umich.edu
2 FEM. RMMTES wanted for 2 bdrm. apt.
with balc. and free prkg. for 2003/04 school
year, 2 blk. from diag, aratica@umich.edu
6TH FEM. ROOMMATE needed - Sept.-
May for fantastic 6 bdrm./2 kitch./2 bath house
on E. University, free prkg./ldry. A/C, furn.
$500 + utils. shhart@aol.com or 971-4980.
ONE ROOMMATE MALE/FEMALE
needed for May '03-'04 lease. Own room in 3
bdrm. apt. on E.Jefferson. 734-560-7915.
THREE GREAT GUYS looking for fourth
roommate to join in Sept.'03-Sept.'04 lease in
spacious apt. on Walnut St. Call 764-5889.

* DRIVE NEW car to Berkley, CA. about
May 17. call 734-677-2247 before 10 PM.
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PROFESSIONAL DRY CLEANERS! Shirts
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women between the ages 21-25 for egg dona-
tion. All ethnic backgrounds are encouraged.
Fee paid. Send inquiries to AARMA, P.O.
Box 2708,AnnArbor, MI48106.
SWALLOW YOUR PRIDE! Buy the man's

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