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NASA
Continued from Page 1
for the use of "Vomet Comet" airplane.
The experiment must utilize the airplane, so there-
fore it must require a weightless environment. Also, it
must be an experiment that has never been made
before.
The students said they are both proud of their accom-
plishment and thankful for this rare opportunity. "The
University of Michigan is wonderful because it provides
so many wonderful opportunities for students like us. We
first came together, proposed an experiment to the Uni-
versity and then presented that experiment to places such
as NASA," Liepa said.
Hukill said so far the team has received the most fund-
ing for this trip from private sources, but hopes to
receive more from the University's Student Project Cen-
ter, which aids engineering projects such as the Solar
Car Team.
Beyond the achievement at a scientific level, the
experiment also holds a personal significance to some of
the students.
"Ever since I was 10, my dream in life was to feel
what it was like to be weightless. This is one of the
greatest things I have done at the University," Liepa
said.
Wooldridge praised the team's efforts and ability to
take control of the experiment, even with little Universi-
ty funding.
"They are an incredibly individual group of
researchers. They are team-oriented and take care of
business on their own," she said.

NETWORKING
Continued from Page 1
advertised, that you'll see in newspapers or on web-
sites, you'll see at job fairs. But a greater majority
of the positions are never advertised. They are filled
through more of referrals and word of mouth. So
it's always in someone's best interest to connect
with professionals that they are interested in work-
ing (with)."
She said the best way for students to find
employment is by networking. In making those
connections, students can easily be notified of job
positions that are not advertised, Sebille-White said.
Building those networks is going to be even
more critical to finding jobs this year, analysts say.
Michigan State University researcher Phil Gardner,
an expert in college employment, said most busi-
nesses that are hiring this year will be hiring "on-
the-spot," or will employ workers when they need
employees immediately to fill a position.
Businesses will not necessarily be advertising
those positions or coming to campuses to recruit
students, Gardner added. The only way students
can know of those jobs is through networking.
"Right now, networking is the best way to find
jobs," he said.
Yet networking will not only give you an advan-
tage of being notified of the jobs available, said
John Luther, career development coordinator of the
School of Art and Design.
When making connections with employees, stu-
dents will also be creating friendships with people

who might go take an extra step to ensure that the
student has a career when they graduate.
"But if you go into a job search without having a
network, it doesn't matter what field you are in,
things will be harder for you," Luther said.
For seniors who will have jobs after graduation,
many of them credit their networking with friends
and family.
School of Education senior Dana Davis was
hired by a law firm after graduation because of
contacts within her family. Networking turned her
job search into a breeze, since she found the job in
only three months.
"It wasn't a really difficult job search.... I kind
of just fell into (the job)," she said.
Other seniors have gone through all the conven-
tional methods of sending resumes and checking
websites only to find it pointless.
Lasoff said he began his job search in Septem-
ber and sent out more than 60 resumes. Out of
those, he only got four interviews, and only one of
those gave him a weak job offer, which he didn't
accept.
He is just thankful that his roommate was able to
come through for him when his job search was
looking grim. "I was beginning to give up, until my
roommate told me that his mom was a part of a
firm and they had a job position available," he said.
But he said he is frustrated that his college edu-
cation did nothing for his job search. "I have done
pretty well grade-wise and I've held a few office
jobs.... But it only got me one job offer that I did-
n't take."

IRAQ
Continued from Page 1
and wounded more than 160.
Tens of thousands of pilgrims from
Iraq, Iran and other Shiite communities
were massed around the golden-domed
Imam Hussein mosque in the holy city
of Karbala and the Kazimiya shrine in
Baghdad when the explosions went off
about 10 a.m.
In Karbala, women tripped over their
long, black robes as they ran. Police
wept at the sight of the mangled and
torn bodies of pilgrims, their blood
pooling in the streets.
"I was walking away from the tea
stand, when I heard someone shouting
'Allahu Akbar.' I turned my head and
saw a tall, bearded man," said Ali
Haidar. "A split second later, he explod-
ed, his clothes flying upward. The sound
was deafening. Bodies, feet, arms were
everywhere. Pieces of flesh flew at me."
In Baghdad, wooden carts for ferrying
elderly pilgrims were used instead as
impromptu gurneys, stacked with the
wounded and dead. Torn bodies were
sprawled across the mosaic-walled
courtyard inside the Kazimiya shrine,
and thousands of shoes - left at the
shrine's doorstep as the faithful prayed
inside - were blown across the square.

EDWARDS
Continued from Page 1
But the frenzy of last night's pri-
maries and caucuses subsided to
show the effort made by both
Edwards and Kerry to reflect a
positive relationship between the
two Senators.
The two exchanged a conference
call to congratulate the other and set
up a formal meeting later this month.
In both candidates' closing comments,
they credited each other for contribu-
tions to their party.
Up until the polls closed last night,
Kerry continued his trend of discred-
iting pre-election polls that have rou-
tinely predicted his victories.
The Edwards campaign had
relied heavily on its accelerated
efforts that came to fruition in
Iowa and other states where he
attracted many previously undecid-
ed and independent voters.
What at first appeared to be the
biggest surprise of evening when
polls closed at 7 p.m. was Dean win-
ning his home state of Vermont.
Dean had suspended his cam-
paign indefinitely on Feb. 18 after
a poor showing in the Wisconsin
Democratic primary.

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