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ADULTHOOD
Continued from Page 1
Vinovskis said.
Regardless of any larger social pat-
terns, the idea foremost in student
fears is the possibility of moving
back with their parents after gradua-
tion. Students feel that not only was
living with their parents after college
unacceptable, but that even if they
were making their own money and
emotionally mature, they would be
avoiding adulthood by resuming liv-
ing with their family.
LSA junior Ryan Thompson said liv-
ing with his parents after graduation is
not a possibility.
"I'm not an adult in every fashion, but
I wouldn't live back with my parents,"
Thompson said, who is planning on
attending law school after graduation.
Furstenberg stressed that the trend of
American youth to continue living with
their parents can often be a necessity in
today's economic climate.
"While a movement to live back with
parents isn't a natural desire, the press-
ing reality is that is not as easy to make
that transition (to adulthood) as it once
was;" Furstenberg said.
Nguyen said he sees it as a last resort.
"It's nothing something I want to do.
I'd rather find anything that live back
with my parents," Nguyen said.
Krembs said she would avoid the situ-
ation at all costs. "I'd move in with my
sister before I'd move in with my par-
ents. You leave home for a reason."
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RALLY
Continued from Page 1
tures," Russiello said, referring to the
317,517 signatures needed to get the ref-
erendum on the ballot.
The rally featured a table where stu-
dents could officially register to vote.
"No matter where you are on the politi-
cal spectrum, you need to increase voter
turnout. That's how you speak your
piece here in America," said Brandon
White, member of Students Supporting
Affirmative Action.
SSAA member Harlyn Pacheco
said the event was successful
because all the groups were able to
work together toward the common
goal of preserving affirmative
action, although all groups have
their own agendas. "It's time to
move the message forward and
defend our Michigan education,"
Pacheco said.
Before the rally, the NAACP and
SSAA held an information session
called "The Evolution of Affirma-
tive Action Panel." At the event,

panelists discussed the impact that
Connerly's proposition would
potentially have on the affirmative
action and the U.S. Supreme Court's
decisions handed down last June,
which upheld the Law School's
admissions policy while striking
down the LSA's point system.
"We do consider this to be a victo-
ry for the University of Michigan
and all higher education," said
Jonathon Alger, assistant general
counsel at the University.
But Afro-American and African
studies Prof. Larry Rowley said
there are more people opposed to
affirmative action in Michigan than
those who support it, and therefore
it should be easy for Connerly to get
the required signatures to place the
proposal on the ballot.
Rowley was referring to a survey
conducted by The Associated Press
last month which said 52 percent of
Michigan residents oppose affirma-
tive action.
-Daily StafReporterAlison Go con-
tributed to the report.

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FALL 2004 HUGE 9 BDRM. HOUSE on
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ldry. 665-8825.
FALL 2004 LG. fum. houses on campus.
$3950 to $4200. Also 3 bdrm. furn. apts.
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FALL 2004 RENT with us! We have it all!
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FALL 2004-BEAUTIFUL, huge, furn., 1-2
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FALL RENTAL '03-'04 S. Division, S.
Main, 618, 624, Packard, E. Ann eff. 1/2
bdrn. pkg. avail. 734-260-3619/260-3473.
FOOD, FUN, FRIENDS, FACILITIES!
Student Co-op Housing. Rooms available
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laundry, parking, meals, social activities!
$430-620. Contact ICC Office at 662-4414
or wwwicc.coop
FREE DECEMBER RENT for Jan. Lease.
Spacious 2 bedrooms available now. $875
per month. Heat, H20, prkg. cl. We offer
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GREAT REMODELED 2 bdrm. Kerrytown.
3 min. walk to Frieze Bldg. Culinary kitch.
Has everything: A/C, heat, prkg., ldry., brand
new! Cal for special. 973-7368.

IN A LEAGUE OF IT'S OWN - 1 block to
Campus. The Washington Manor - 418 E.
Washington St. Excellent studios & 1 bdrm.
apts. Modern bldg. with new kitchens, A/C,
furn., balconies, great for Graduate students.
Fall - Call Varsity for appt. 668-1100.
KERRYTOWN, 1 BLOCK from Hospital. 2
bdrm , A/C, balcony, $850. 994-5284.
LUXURY ON CAMPUS and only 1 minute to
class. Super 2 bdrm. apt. Central Air,
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Call for viewing 668-1100.
MAY 2004 OUTSTANDING 6 bdrm.
House, 517 S. Fourth Ave. Furn., Dwshr.,
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large bdrms. all have high speed internet,
phone & cable. $3300 Includes all util(s).
except elec. 662-7121.
MCKINLEY STREET SPACIOUS 1 & 2
bdrm. apts. Bay Windows, fireplace, balc.,
A/C, covered prkg. A private shuttle to North
Campus. Fall leases avail. 741-9300.
NEAR UNION, LG. contemporary studios, 1
bdrms. & 2 bdrms. Fall & May leases avail.
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NICE ROOM AVAIL now. Private entrance,
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town. Fumished.996-8506. $495/mo.
NOW LEASING FOR FALL 2004
CAMPUS RENTALS
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS
STOPBY FORABROCHURE
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665-8825
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ON CAMPUS APARTMENTS
January Leases Available
Studio, 1 & 2 bedrooms
734-761-2680
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2 BLKS FROM Angel/Union, I rm. in apt.
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AVAIL. JAN. - Aug., room w/Balcony in
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Req., Rent Neg. Call Mollie 513-260-4978.
AVAIL. JAN. 04. Lg. 2 bdrm. nicely furn.
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Parking, terrace. Call 769-4495.
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CATCH ME IF YOU CAN! Avail. Now. Spa-
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tile fir. Yes it's just a short run to the CCRB.
Call Varsity at 668-1100.
GREAT LOCATION. ABBEY APT.
909 Church St. Winter-Summer 2004
sublet. 56" TV, Full commodities.
443-802-6800.

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Great for resume! Contact Steve Ho at
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UAC is the largest student-ran organization
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students.
"BARTENDING!! $300/DAY potential, no
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800-965-6520 ext.125.
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BUSINESS PARTNER NEEDED - Seeking
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734-369-3287 to schedule immed. interview.
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310 Maynard, A2 - 995-0100.
SEEKING PARTICIPANTS FOR study on
female sexuality. Requires short, confidential
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TRAINING ORIENTATION SCHEDULED
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Hiring direct care workers P/T, overnight,
weekend & contingency staff to provide role-
modeling, support & crisis intervention to
runaway & homeless youth in a residential
setting. Exp. working w/adolescents, matu-
rity & flex. in scheduling req., $10.52/hr. Fill
out an application or send resume to Ozone
House 1705 Washtenaw, Ann Arbor 48104.
Attention: Julie Rynbrandt. No phone calls
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SAM from10am-10pm.(734)944-6070.
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BABY SITTER NEEDED for 4 small chil-
dren. Close to campus. Evenings & week-
ends. Flex. hours. Exp. needed, ref(s) needed
& Salary neg. Tmspt. needed.734-332-7921.
BABYSITTER NEEDED FOR 2 & 4 yr. old
girls. Occas. weekend/eves. Exp. 302-7773.
FUN JOB WORKING with young children.
Substitutes needed work according to your
schedule. Guys and foreign language speak-
ers welcome to apply too. Call St. Paul Early
Childhood Center 668-0887.
LOVING & LIVELY babysitter sought for 2
boys (ages 3 & 1). Good pay, nice family.
Mon. & Thurs. moms. Please call 662-6824.
PARENT'S HELPER WANTED: For very
active three-year-old and seven-year-old.
Wed. or Fri. 9-5 (or most of that) and Tues.
or Thurs. 4-6. References required. Must be
flexible and like kids. 996-3437.
PART-TIME NANNY needed to pick up
school age children and drive to events or
home located close to school and U of M cen-
tral campus. Responsibilities also include
household chores, running errands and help-
ing with homework. Mon.-Fri. 3-6 p.m.
$225/wk. Must have reliable car and excel-
lent driving record. Please fax resume and
references to 734-998-3689.

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SEEKING TWO FEM. rmmtes. for the 2004-
'05 school year in a charming older hse. that
has been recently renovated. Looking for
clean, responsible girls w/ no pets. Substance
free hse., wshr./dryer on site, sec.system, cen-
tral air and new kitch., many other amenities
avail. Ample street prkg. Located on South
campus near the stadium. $500/month not in-
cluding utils. Contact Rachel for more details
(mliepma@ umich.edu).

M=May S=Sept. J=Jacuzzi
All have been completely remodeled. Oak
floors,2 fridges, trash compactor, dwshr. 2
have central A/C, rest have room A/C.
Call 973-7368, www.allmandproperties.com
RIVER'S EDGE APARTMENTS! Why pay
the high A2 prices? Ypsilanti is only 15 min.
drive to campus. Leasing now! 1, 2, & 3
bdrms. From $595. Free Heat & Water.
487-5750. Virtual tours and apply online at
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ROLL OUT OF BED INTO CLASS from this
modern building. Beautifully fum. studios, 1
& 2bdrm. apts. Call 668-1100 for viewing.
ROOMS FOR WINTER and summer 2004,
From $300. 769-2344. Or Hutch@provide.net
SHORT LEASE AVAIL. price neg. Free
month rent. Close to campus. 810-210-7246.

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