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10 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, December 6, 2002

FRIDAY Focus

Through the viewfinder
The stories, faces, and moments of the fall semester
o take photographs means to recognize both the fact itself and the rig-
orous organization of visually perceived forms that give it meaning. It is
Sept25 putting one's head, one's eye and one's hearth on te same axis.
- Henri Cartier-Bresson
laddad supp a for A00Photographer
Arbor Muslim leader'sreleseNov.8
AU' hopes self-imposed sanctions
will prevent NCAA punishment

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"There is no
excuse for what
happened... we
have disappointed
our students,
faculty, our alumni
and our fans."
- Mary Sue Coleman
University President

Saima al-Rushaid leaves a press conference at St. Aldan's Episcopal Northside Presbyterian Church Sept. 24, where supporters
for her husband, detained Ann Arbor Muslim leader Rabih Haddad, urged the federal government to release him from solitary
confinement. Haddad, who is being held on a visa violation, was denied political asylum on Nov. 26 and has been ordered to
leave the United States.
"The govemment did not prove that Rabih Haddad poses any threat to national
security and also the initial decision to detain by (Immigration Judge Elizabeth)
Hacker was tainted by a climate of fear."
- Nazih Hassan
President of the Muslim Community Association of Ann Arbor

DAVID KATZ/Daily
Michigan Athletic Director Bill Martin fights back tears on Nov. 7as he and President
Mary Sue Coleman announce the University's self-imposed sanctions on its basketball
program as a result of the Ed Martin Scandal.

Oct24
Anxiety disorders prevalent
among student population
"Mental illness
transformed the way
I looked at
everything. I was
scared and my
condition got to the
point where I didn't
want to leave my
room."
xs4 - Cara Sandelands
Residential College senior

Oct.4
Students speak out on power of words

JASON COOPER/Daily
LSA junior Terrence Griffin spoke out after feeling being the subject of a University employee's derogatory racial comments. The
employee allegedly said Griffin "looks like a black Charlie Brown."
"At this point, I really felt as though I was being mocked as a person ... It's the fact that it
makes it seem like that's all I am, is a character or cartoon. I'm actually a person."
- Terrence Griffin
LSA junior

Nov.11

REBECCA SAHN/Daily
Residential College senior Cara Sandelands suffered from panic
attacks and described herself as feeling "disconnected from the
world."

German native
shines for 'M'

Oct.28
1931 Engine eng class reunites

"Schmieder has the
ability to finish goals
at a hig rate. He's
as close to a world-
class finisher in the
air as I've seen."
- Steve Burns
Michigan men's soccer coach
"My years have
carried me all over
the damn world. I've

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