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and Transgender flag.
Boot said these allegations were
false. Concert spending was less
than $2,000 and the rainbow flag
would be placed underneath the
American flag, Boot said.
"We feel like we're stuck between
a rock and a hard place," Boot said.
"On one hand we want everyone to
know that he is lying, but on the

other hand we don't want to sink to
his level by spamming campus."
Student First members and Blue
Party members both claim projects
such as initiating the Entree Plus in
Michigan Stadium and lobbying the
University Board of Regents for an
extra $73,000 to go toward student
groups.
Both parties however are pushing
for students to cast their votes for
the midterm election, which end
tonight.

LAWSUIT
Continued from Page 1A
sored the teaching of Native American
literature; it helped perpetuate a "mar-
ginalized environment" regarding vari-
ous forms of ethnic literature, including
Native American.
"(Faller) excluded Native American
Literatures from the External Ethnic Lit-
erature Reviews: (Bell) advocated the
inclusion of Native American literature
within the Department's reviews of its
ethnic literatures, and was retaliated
against for having done so, by among
other things, being given a minimum
raise in the same year she won the
Amoco teaching award," the brief said.
But Wald countered in a written state-
ment that the University has come a
HATE CRIMES
Continued from Page 1A
evaluated the situation," Singh said.

long way in promoting diversity and the
under-representation of course offerings
in various fields, including Native
American Studies, Asian/Pacific Ameri-
can Studies and Latino/a Studies.
"There are now tenured directors with
long-term commitments in each of these
three ethnic studies programs; when I
assumed office there was only one,"
Wald said, adding that the number of
faculty in each of these programs has
grown significantly.
Bell also claims she was the victim of
sexual harassment and an uncomfortable
environment perpetuated by both Faller
and Wald. In the brief, there are several
references to alleged remarks made by
Faller insulting Native Americans.
"After reading (her) novel about three
generations of Cherokee women, in

which a girl is raped by her stepfather,
Prof. Faller joked, 'Don't all Cherokee
-- their fathers?' the brief said.
In other alleged instances, after offer-
ing alcohol to Bell, which she refused,
Faller asked, "What kind of Indian are
you?"
Faller said he is disappointed about
the lawsuit because he said all of the
complaints are false. "Any allegation she
makes about my supposed behavior is
not true. ... I'm confident that if this
goes to trial, this will be demonstrated."
In addition, complaints were made
against Wald, whom Bell said she had a
personal and sexual relationship with
from September 1993 to February 1994
and then again in 1997. Bell said there
have been numerous times when Wald
insulted her to her face and gossiped to

other faculty members about her. Bell
said these actions have strongly affected
her career. "The Plaintiff has sustained
injuries, including loss of earnings and
earning capacity, loss of career opportu-
nities, (and) loss of reputation in the aca-
demic community," the brief said.
Wald said he was also very disturbed
by the lawsuit. He acknowledges he had
a very close friendship with Bell, and
has supported her during her career. He
said her accusations against him are
"without foundation and fact."
"This is someone who has made an
important contribution to American Cul-
ture," Wald said. "I supported her before
tenure, I supported her during tenure
and I supported her after tenure.
She's attacking people who were close
friends."

COMCAST
Continued from Page 1A
five-and-a-half years to ultimately
sell it."
Valerie Suslow, associate profes-
sor of business economics, said the
FCC and the Department of Justice
take into account many factors
when approving business mergers
between large companies.
"Mergers of that size aren't nec-
essarily illegal; they have to be
reviewed on a case-by-case basis,"
she said. "Would they have too
much market power as a combined
entity? How much does cable have
to compete with regular broadcast
TV, radio, DVD? If you start

expanding your idea of what really
is the market and who the competi-
tors are ... (AT&T Comcast) can be
defined broadly as entertainment."
The University owns stock in
both AT&T and Comcast, which
were down the day of the merger.
But Jonathon Sickinger, an
investment analyst at the Universi-
ty's Investment Office, said the loss
had a minimal effect on the overall
endowment.
"We own 55,921 shares of AT&T
and have about 224,000 shares in
Comcast. We lost maybe $5 million
(on Monday)," he said. "It's going
to have a negligible impact on the
endowment - which is $3.5 billion
- as a whole."

The report did not accuse the government of ignor-
ing reports of hate crimes and harassment after Sept.
11, but it emphasized the need for government vigi-
lance in the face of this type of hate crime onslaught.
"I think, overall, September 11 took the nation com-
pletely by surprise and in dealing with the aftermath,
the government tried to prepare, but you can't neces-
sarily control what individuals do.... The issue should
have been addressed then, but it wasn't, so it needs to
be addressed now," LSA freshman Brette Woessner
said.
The report lauded the official condemnation by the
U.S. government of the hate crimes after Sept. 11, but

"I think, overall, September 11 took the nation
completely by surprise and in dealing with the
aftermath. The government tried to prepare, but you
can 't necessarily control what individuals do."
- Brette Woessner
LSA freshman

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it noted that the U.S. government contradicted its anti-
prejudice message by focusing its anti-terrorism efforts
on Arabs and Muslims.
" The most important recommendation we can make
for local, state and federal governments is to recognize

that there is a history of backlash violence against
Arab-Americans and Muslims. It is imperative that the
government formulate a backlash mitigation plan to
combat future hostile responses in the case of another
terrorist attack," Singh said.

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