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WIRELESS
Continued from Page 1
buildings. I expect LSA to be doing a fair amount of wire-
less networking," Palms said.
The main benefit of the new networks in the Union,
League and Commons is that all students can access the
system. The School of Engineering and School of Educa-
tion also have systems, but they are only available to stu-
dents of those schools.
"Certainly our board - the Michigan Union Board
of Representatives - has been working with ITCS for
a couple of years now, trying to partner to bring wire-
less to the Union, knowing and kind of having a good
sense that this is something that students want," Palms
said.
Several other buildings on campus already offer limit-
ed wireless Internet services, such as the Shapiro
Undergraduate Library, Harlan Hatcher Graduate
Library and the Angell Hall computing site.
Students such as Brad Dobbie, an Engineering fresh-
man, are pleasantly surprised by the new system.
"It will be more efficient group work with that
resource. I do most individual work in my dorm, so I just
have it through ethernet, but when I leave for group work,
it's really useful to be able to fully use a laptop," Dobbie
said.

STUDENTS
Continued from Page 1.
Libby Benton, vice-chair of Students for Dean.
House calls are gatherings held at the homes of Dean
supporters and are open to anyone to attend.
Benton also said Dean has utilized www.meetup.com to
form small groups of supporters across the nation. The web-
site allows people with similar interests to organize on a
local level.
With regard to the issues, Dean has attracted many fol-
lowers with his anti-war stance and multilateral approach to
foreign affairs. She said she also liked that Dean is a fiscal
conservative, meaning that he would not build up a large
national debt that would have to be paid off over a long peri-
od of time.
Students for (John) Edwards Co-chair Rob Devore
said the North Carolina senator is sincere about his plat-
form.
"In the debates, it is easy to see that he is the only can-
didate who answers reporters' and audience members'
questions seriously and thoughtfully and he is always
willing to explain his plans fully," said Devore, an LSA
senior.
Devore added that he likes Edwards' plans for higher
education, which would make college tuition free for
the first year for students who attend public colleges

and who are willing to work part-time for 10 hours or
more.tHe also supports tax credits for students and their
parents.
"That's obviously something that's going to help all stu-
dents," Devore said.
Ilya Ross, chair of Students for Gephardt, said he and
other students support the Missouri congressman because
he appeals to traditional Democratic constituencies such
as union workers, activists and minorities.
He added that he thinks Gephardt has the best chance
of the eight Democratic candidates to prevail over Pres-
ident Bush in the general elections in November.
"He is often touted as the son of the Midwest, and
that's very important because he can win big states like
Ohio, Michigan and Pennsylvania," said Ross, an LSA
junior.
He also said Gephardt's platform includes a health care
plan that would cover all Americans, an international
minimum wage and tax credits of up to $10,000 for par-
ents sending their children to college.
He also formulated a project called Teacher Corps, mod-
eled after the ROTC, which pays the college loans of people
willing to spend five years teaching wherever needed.
Like Gephardt supporters, Clark advocates said he
has a good chance of beating the current president.
Wolverines for Clark Co-chair Courtney Kennedy said
Clark's military experience gives him an extra edge in

"He is often touted as the son of
the Midwest and that's very
important because he can win big
states like Ohio, Michigan and
Pennsylvania.
- Ilya Ross
University of Michigan chair, Students for Gephardt
beating Bush because with the exception of Kerry, no
other candidate has served in the armed forces. Clark was
supreme allied NATO commander during the war in
Kosovo.
"He favors a multilateral approach to foreign affairs, and
given his past experience, I think he would be good at
achieving that," Kennedy said. "Bush went into Iraq without
the support of many other nations in the world and Clark
was against that."
In regard to student interests, Clark supports a tuition
cap and a plan that gives $6,000 to students to help pay
for the first two years of college. A project called the
Civilian Reserve is also part of his platform, and would
recruit volunteers to serve if there is a national crisis.

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for a personalized tour call
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MORTGAGE BROKER SEEKS part-time
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MUSEUM OF ART - Security guard; tempo-
rary, part-time; must be available some week-
days, Thursday evenings and weekends.
Work/Study preferred. Call Kathy 647-0517.
NEVER BEEN PREGNANT women but
planning on 1st in next 1-2 yrs. needed for
study at UM School of Nursing (no drugs).
Learn ways to prevent incontinence. Earn up
to $260. Call 734-615-0438 or email
rutab@umich.edu.
PAID EXPERIMENT $20. Fun group com-
puter game, 3 hours eves. Central Campus.
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PHYSICAL ASST. NEEDED for disabled
male law student. Pay neg., well trained, call
Chris at 734-761-9551.
POST-DOCTORAL POSITION - Available
immediately. Requested expertise in animal
models, immunohistochemistry, molecular
biology techniques, immunological assays.
Background in immunology and signal
transduction. Contact: Dr. Hillman, Radiation
Oncology Dept, WSU. Email:
hillmang@karmanos.org, Fax: 313-966-0605.
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administration. 800-696-5728 x103.
WORK STUDY NEEDED A.S.A.P. for Fall/
Winter. 763-9030.

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FALL '04. 3 bdrm., central campus. Thomp-
son street., furn., A/C, utilities included.
$1560/mo. 709-7132 or 769-0765.
FALL 2004 HUGE 9 BDRM. HOUSE on
South U. 1g. basement, 3.5 baths, easily fits
12, 2 living rooms, 2 modern kitch, lg. front
porch, fireplace, french doors, newly car-
peted, prkg. & ldry. $5599/mo. 665-8825.
FALL 2004 THE Closest to Campus you can
get! 715 Church St. Beautiful, quiet, 1
bdrm, apts. Spacious enough for 2 people.
Furn., Idry., easy in/out prkg. Heat/water
paid by landlord. No pets, no smoking. Call
Bobbie for info @ 877-426-1360.
FOOD, FUN, FRIENDS, FACILITIES!
Student Co-op Housing. Rooms available
now and for Fall 2004. $430-620/month in-
cludes utilities, laundry, parking, meals, and
social activities! Contact ICC Office at
662-4414 or www.icc.coop.
FOR RENT FALL 2004. 6 bdrm. hse. @
1319 S. State & 928 Church; 4 bdrm. hse. @
526 Detroit St. plus Eff. to 3 bdrm. apts.
Call PMSI 665-5552.
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CLERK. WORK-STUDY eligible. Duties in-
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data entry, photocopying, graphics & slide
production, and filing. Applicant will process
lab correspondence, perform library lit.
searches, locate & obtain journal articles, and
use a number of software applications (MS
Office Suite, WordPerfect, Medline, Power-
Point, Endnote, etc). Familiarity with PCs
nec. Position is part-time (15-20 hrs./wk.).
Chris 647-6383 or cdevrie@umich.edu.
HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for
capsule endoscopy study to evaluate small

BABYSITTER NEEDED FOR 2 yr. old boy
1 morn./wk. and occasional eves. (Plus 2
brothers). Refs. req. 213-1381.
FUN JOB WORKING with young children.
Substitutes needed work according to your
schedule. Guysaand foreign language speak-
ers welcome to apply too. Call St. Paul Early
Childhood Center 668-0887.
HELP CLOSE EARLY childhood center 3:-
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