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harassment, we think it has no place
in our community," University
spokeswoman Julie Peterson said. "I
think the University took very strong
But Massie said the University
made it impossible for Johnson to stay
in school by retaining Calabria for the
winter 1998 semester and refusing to
let her switch orchestras.
"The University's response was
starkly unreasonable ... the defen-
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also suggested that the advertisements will eventually act as a
cost-reducing strategy for the United States Mint if people are
less wary of using the new money.
"The Mint doesn't want people not using bills. It is
expensive for the Mint to make currency that people
don't use because they think it is odd," Brown said.
After almost a week in circulation, merchants and con-
sumers are beginning to see the bill pass through local stores.
The bill "has been pretty well-publicized. Anyone who
is confused is probably so ignorant that they shouldn't be
handling it anyway," said Starbucks employee Dylan
Strzynski, who has accepted the new bill from customers.
But, because the bill has only been released for more than a
week, and there are a limited number in circulation, many
stores have yet to accept the bills from customers. "I haven't
even seen any. I'm curious and excited to see them," Amer's
Delicatessen employee Ian Rowlette said.
Some students like LSA senior Erin Nolan have also seen
the new notes.
"I thought it was Canadian when I first saw it. I don't
understand the point of advertising money. It's not like
people go to a store and pick out the bill they'll use,"
sai Nolan, a waitress at Max and Erma's.
"Given the advances in digital printers and copiers, we
expect to update the currency with new designs every seven to
10 years in order to stay ahead of these technologies and stay
ahead of would-be counterfeiters that are using these technolo-
gies," Haley said.
Updated $50 and $100 dollar bills are scheduled to
be released in 2004 and 2005, and all bills will feature
dant made only a patently inadequate
intervention with Calabria himself:
He was threatened with a letter of
reprimand that was never written,"
Massie wrote in a brief, responding
to the University's appeal. The defen-
dant she referred to was former
Music School Dean Paul Boylan.
The appeal hearing will be held in
front of a three-judge panel next year.
Currently, 20 out of the 28 judges on the
court are appointees of former Republi-
can Gov. John Engler. But Massie said
she remains unconcerned in spite of the
court's conservative nature.
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images and activities."
Currently members of the BSU and
NAACP hope to work together to bring
further attention to the game and possi-
bly start a student boycott of the store.
Johnson said the game is meant to be
taken lightly but is part of the larger
problem of minorities being negatively
portrayed in the media.
"I am African-American, and my life
is not a game," Johnson said. "I'm think-
ing about people playing this game andj
then the next day going to class, are they
going to look at me and think I grew up
in a crack house?"
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ing new research opportunities.
Research by the center will attempt
to create "drugs that are more precise,
more selective. To invoke a warfare
analogy, we'll hit the target with a lot
of collateral damage," Mosberg said.
"One part (of the research) is related
to a field called pharmacogenomics. It
recognizes that there is a genetic
underpinning to different diseases and
a difference to how people respond to
drugs. We can tailor effective therapeu-
tic treatments to various populations,
so it's not one size fits all," he added.
Creating tailor-made drugs is a rela-
tively new concept in pharmaceutical
research, which has grown only within
the last two or three years, said Ham-
mond, who is also a representative on
the Pharmacy Student Government
Graduate students have had limited
exposure to the topic, but lectures and
electives on pharmacogenomics are
available if not scarce.
Pharmaceutical sciences Prof. Gus
Rosania said his research will con-
tribute to the center because it is based
on pharmacogenomics. Using the col-
lege's resources, he will focus on can-
cer chemotherapy because it is the most
toxic and least "efficacious" form of
therapy. His research, he hopes, will
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Rosania added that "the CMDT
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mentation that are currently spread
over different laboratories across
the entire college, and will foster
communication and collaboration."
Rosania is one of a number of
researchers in the incipient CMDT.
The renovation will take about
two years to complete. In the mean-
time, faculty, staff and students will
have to temporarily relocate until
the project is complete.
"I'm very confident about it,"
Massie said. "They really don't have
anything to say that constitutes a real
challenge to what the jury found."
Massie added that Johnson intends
to appeal to the Michigan Supreme
Court if she loses. "It is important
for women in campuses," Massie
said. "There really haven't been
many legal cases challenging sexual
harassment in higher education."
Peterson said it is too early to
comment on how the decision will
play out and whether they would
continue to appeal if they lose again.
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