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The Michigan Daily -Tuesday, September 10, 2002- 7

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LHSP
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instructors teach the LHSP writing courses. We
believe that their expertise in the teaching of
undergraduate writing will best serve the
LHSP students."
Reaction from present and former members of
the LSHP community ranged from disappoint-
ment to frustration. While some understand the
concerns of the Dean's Office, they also
expressed the advantages of the LHSP program to
graduate and undergraduate students.
LSA alum and former LHSP student Victor
Soto said he found it convenient and helpful hav-
ing his instructors live in the same residence hall
his freshman and sophomore years.
"I feel I did benefit from having them
around, especially if they had been graduate
students who had been around for a while.
They knew a little more about the Michigan
undergraduate experience," Soto said, adding
that having a top quality writing center down-
stairs saved him the walk to the Sweetland
Writing Center in Angell Hall.
Former LHSP Resident Fellow Joe Gonzalez
said he feels LHSP and LSA are currently moving
in the wrong direction by having fewer faculty
and graduate students living in residence halls. He
added he gained a lot from his two years as a resi-
dent fellow.
"I learned how to combine teaching, research
and service all in one job," Gonzalez said, adding
that he felt his students received special attention
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which they normally did not receive from their
other professors and GSIs.
"I think living-learning communities occupy an
important position in a university and they help
the University officially blend two missions -
student development and the academic develop-
ment of students," he said.
Other changes to LHSP may include a different
location, Horton said. Since 1968, the program
has resided in Alice Lloyd with its offices, class-
rooms, computer lab and writing center. While no
decision has been made, Horton said LSA and
University Housing are searching for other loca-
tions that might better fit the program.
"The College of LSA and University Housing
are evaluating different options for the future
location of LHSP and other living learning pro-
grams," Horton said. "We are taking a holistic
view, considering the needs of multiple programs
and serving the entire residential student popula-
tion, as we evaluate the best location for each."
Ingram said Alice Lloyd is a good location
for the program and said he feels LHSP stu-
dents might get lost i'f the program is moved to
another residence hall, like South Quad Resi-
dence Hall.
Former LHSP student and Lloyd Writing Cen-
ter worker Kathleen Schanne was a little more
optimistic saying the mission of the program is
more important than its home.
"I think the space we have in Alice Lloyd Hall
is a very nice space," she said. "But I think the
ideals of LHSP should stay intact as opposed to
the location."

viewed negatively, she said.
Sloane said he is optimistic that University life will
return to normal once the job market recovers from the
recent influx of ex-Andersen staff.
"I think it'll be a temporary thing, (only until) former
Arthur Andersen employees get jobs at the other top
four accounting firms a year or two from now," he said.
But for some students, the damage has already been,
done. Abu-Isa said the summer's occurrences convinced
her to choose a different career path.
"I'm staying the hell away from business. I'm going
to straight to law school because I want to work for the
Justice Department and give these corrupt firms what
they deserve," Abu-Isa said.
BUSH
Continued from Page 1
"Drop Bush, not bombs," said one handwritten sign.
But many of those attending the event - mostly Bush
supporters - said they appreciated the president's com-
mitment to U.S. security and, in particular, to protecting
their interests in Detroit and nearby Windsor, Ontario.
"This great and peaceful border must be open to business,
must be open to people, and it's got to be closed to terrorists
and criminals," Bush said as trucks moved across the
Ambassador Bridge, which connects the two countries.
Several Michigan residents said they think Bush's
appearances have improved his chances to carry Michi-
gan in the next presidential election, something he was
unable to do in 2000, when Democratic Vice President
Al Gore won the state.
The last Republican to win Michigan was Bush's
father in 1988. The state went for Bill Clinton in 1992
and 1996.

SCHOLARSHIP
Continued from Page 1
status for the proposal because they
said the proposal's language failed to
mention that it would remove the
governor's ability to veto spending
resulting from a successful proposal.
In overturning that decision, the
court said outlining every possible
constitutional change is unnecessary.
The Michigan Student Assembly
will likely begin the process of
approving a resolution to oppose
the proposal tonight at its weekly
meeting, MSA President Sarah
Boot said.
In a creative effort to criticize the
proposal, attorney Peter Ellsworth,
along with Waymire and David
Doyle, both of the Lansing-based
Marketing Resource Group, Inc.,
have registered with the state the
"Healthy Michigan Foundation,"
naming themselves as directors.
That foundation is now co-exist-
ing with another "Healthy Michigan
Foundation" not yet registered with

the state but founded by groups
supporting the ballot proposal. A
"Healthy Michigan Foundation' is
slated to receive $3 million from
the state every year if the ballot
proposal is successful.
But a spokeswoman for the
Michigan Health and Hospital
Association, the primary backer of
the proposal, said regardless, their
own Healthy Michigan Foundation
would be the recipient.
"We were the intended recipients
of the funds," said Sherry Mirasola,
spokeswoman for the hospital asso-
ciation. "Any sort of 'tada!' is legal-
ly much ado about nothing."
But MRG's Waymire said the
ease with which the stunt was
pulled shows how poorly-planned is
the proposal.
"This shows there's a total lack of
accountability as to how this money
is funded," he said. "It's not subject
to the Freedom of Information Act
or the Open Meetings Act ... and
not subject to review by the (state)
auditor general's office."

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