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VIGIL
Continued from Page 1A
tion of Scenes and Monologues," an original
performance by students tonight in East Quad
at 7:30 p.m.
At "An Evening with Survivors," a Sabbath
dinner with Holocaust survivors tomorrow at
7:15 p.m. at Hillel, attendees will get a chance
to hear the stories of those who lived through
experiences in concentration camps during
World War II.
One of the more anticipated events is Chris
Szpilman's account of his father's life in 1200
Chemistry Building at 7:30 p.m. on Monday.
Szpilman is the son of Wladyslaw Szpilman
whose life was portrayed in last year's movie
"The Pianist."
"That should be emotional and a very good
story so I would encourage everyone to come to
that," Frenkel said.
Hillel members said they hope the different
events will help students understand the plight
of Jews during World War II and also help
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deter another potential Holocaust by raising
awareness.
"I don't really experience war aside from 9-
11. I don't see the prospects of the Holocaust
happening to me or my family or friends in my
region anytime soon. I just come to show my
support to ensure that it doesn't happen again,"
Landau said.
Frenkel said the events extended to more con-
temporary problems of oppression.
"As important as it is for people to remember
those who died in the Holocaust, it's also
important to learn about other people who are
now being persecuted, not necessarily in the
same way, but just to remind them that stuff like
this is still going on," she said.
David Binswanger, an LSA senior, said he
has participated in the reading of names for the
last three years, stopped by the Diag yesterday
one last time to honor the memory of Holo-
caust victims.
"I just hope that it reminds people that this
happened and it can't happen again. It's a very
grim reminder."

PROTESTS
Continued from Page 1A
Edward Burnett, facilities manager and program center
coordinator for the house.
Burnett said the house needs significant renovations.
"The conference room is in the attic," said one student who
regularly visits the house. "Whatever goes on on one floor,
you hear on the other floor," she added, detailing the
house's state of dilapidation.
MESA lacks a coordinator for the Hispanic community,
one MESA representative said. Former Latino American
coordinator Donney Moroney now works as a counselor
for the Medical School. A number of people at the meeting
also said that students have lobbied for a Middle Eastern
coordinator for years.
Representatives from the Native American Student
Association said funding has been cut for the University-
sponsored Pow Wow, a celebration of Native American cul-
ture that draws a national crowd every year.
Typically, the Pow Wow is an all-weekend event, but this
year there will be no Friday ceremonies, NASA representa-
tives said. Vice President of Student Affairs E. Royster
Harper has allegedly promised to help raise money.

MEDSTART
Continued from Page 1A
could act this way. It made me want to
fight harder," Floyd said.
After her mother's death, Murray
realized that she was wasting her life
and decided to focus her energies.
"I felt as if the dam had broken and
everything that was hidden came out,"
she said.
She decided to go back to school .
After being rejected many times, she
finally got admitted into a high school.
"Half vision and hard work is what
allowed me to come to this point in my
life," she said.
She applied to Harvard University,
and for a New York Times scholarship
for students who faced adversity. She
won the scholarship, her story was
published in the Times and a docu-
mentary was made of her experiences.
Reflecting upon her life, she said

she doesn't feel anger or resentment
toward anybody for her rough past.
Last year, Child Advocacy Week
was expanded to become a weeklong
event so that Medstart could convey its
missions to a wider audience and get
more undergraduates involved, said
Katherine Johnson, co-president of tloe
organization.

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Benefit Concert
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Security entrance. $1440/mo. Please call
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1021 VAUGHN ST. 2 bdrm., I bath., 2
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3 BDRM'S AVAIL. w/bath-shower, heat,
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OUTDOOR LIFEGUARD
Private indoor/outdoor club now accepting
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LOOKING FOR ROOMMATE - female
grad student for room in townhouse. Furn.,
washer/dryer, by hospital. $550/mo. 341-5595
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