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ACCESS"(The revision) allowed the Uni-
versity to use a database that was a
Continued from Page 1A one-stop for data," Green said.
work-study program for the Univer- "Having one source for official
sity. information was really what the
LSA junior Dave Salinger said University was looking for," she
that he is happy overall with the added.
database, but he listed several prob- But there is a greater risk
lems that should be addressed. involved in combining the Universi-
"The biggest problem is that it ty e-mail, Wolverine Access and
gets overrun when too many stu- Coursetools login into one login
dents try to go on at the same time," process.
Salinger said. "It's really dangerous if you are not
He added that the current method paying attention," Green said, refer-
of searching for classes is too nar- ring to the possibility that some stu-
row. The database only recognizes dents may leave a computer or
one title for each class, and some workstation without logging off the
classes with long titles have a letter system and give any passerby the
code that students must know. capability to send emails, disenroll
But referring to the new capabili- them from classes and check their
ty for University workers to view financial aid account, among other
their paychecks online, Salinger things.
said, "My financial management Green said the University will
would have been much easier. It consult students for additional
never hurts to know." changes to Wolverine Access over
Since it was originally put online, the next year.
the University revised Wolverine If students need to access docu-
Access in 2000 and implemented ments before Tuesday, they will be
M-Pathways, which allowed stu- available at the applicable office on
dents to register for classes online. campus.
S the michigan daily

SAPAC
Continued from Page 1A
ly be implemented this upcoming year.
"We tried out different ideas with smaller groups
to see what worked and what didn't," SAPAC
Director Kelly Cichy said.
Through the pilot program, SAPAC was able to
distinguish what avenues would fully accomplish
the final goals of the University. The first of these
goals is that SAPAC will connect and interact with
every first-year student during fall term.
"We're trying to figure out how to reach the
largest number of students in the best way possi-
ble," said Melissa Tumas, education and training
coordinator for SAPAC.
Another goal is to ensure that all students are
provided with basic safety information and are
aware of all the campus resources.
Eventually, the University and SAPAC hope to
"ultimately create and maintain a campus climate
and community that is a safe and comfortable place
for all students, staffand faculty,"Cichy said.
In order to accomplish its agenda, SAPAC has
set up a program that executes "multiple points of
contact," meaning they will utilize a course that
continually addresses the issue until a long-term
impact is made.
"We're hoping by utilizing multiple levels of
interaction, we will reach more students," Tumas

said. "We want to make it clear that sexual assault
is not acceptable on this campus."
The Residence Hall Repertory Theater's presen-
tation at new student orientation this summer will
be the first time an incoming student encounters
part of SAPAC's program. The Res Rep troupe puts
on original performances dealing with contempo-
rary social and personal themes, one of which is
acquaintance rape - a rape perpetrated by some-
one known to their victim.
Since 98 percent of entering freshmen live in res-
idence halls, SAPAC plans on utilizing hall meet-
ings and workshops to advertise their message,
Cichy said.
"At the first floor meeting, the (resident advisor)
will present basic information in handouts and
pamphlets about alcohol, consent and coercion, and
how to help a friend in need," Cichy said.
Other ideas still in the evaluation stage
include hosting workshops and additional per-
formances by the Talk To Us theater troupe, a
group that performs on topics such as sexism
and diversity, as well as interpersonal and
social issues. TTU's performances would be
similar to Res Rep's, except they would be far
more extensive and continue throughout the
school year. "We've been working with the
theater troupe to deliver the concept of 'edu-
tainment' in a way that interactive and inter-
esting," Tumas said.

HARPER
Continued from Page 1A
kind of student, I think RHA ... represents a particular kind of
student;' she said. "I don't kid myself that what students are
thinking and what they want, I know."
In particular, Harper said she finds difficulty in getting to
know students that are on financial aid or have to work to pay
their tuition.
"Most of us don't know very much about the student that's
working thirty or forty hours a week, other than the fact that
they are working thirty or forty hours a week, and this place is
different for them," she said. "You really can't be active here if
you need to work. It is hard to be engaged in an institution if
you need to work"
Harper added that the unfortunate consequence of this is
that it tends to bias the student perspective she gets.
"It's difficult to even be in a leadership role here if you are
on financial aid or need to work, so really all of us are hear-
ing from a more privileged set of students," she said.
Harper has been working at the University for over twenty
years and formerly served as the dean of students.
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