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And Dean of Students Ed Willis has said
while budget cuts are being made in all areas of
the University, they may only be notable in stu-
dent services areas.
"It probably feels different to students
because the work that we do is so public. It
feels like Student Affairs is being targeted dif-
ferently. I think that the budget cuts are across
the campus."
The University is still reeling from more than
$16.4 million in state budget reductions handed
down in December, which exacerbate the 10
percent cuts from the previous year.
MESA's mission is to foster community and
individual development among ethnic groups
across campus. It tries to improve the climate for
students of color and allow them to "feel as
though they are appreciated and that the diversity
they brought in was valued by the University,"
said Moroney, who is now co-director of counsel-
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ing and support services at the Medical School.
As Latino coordinator, Moroney worked
with campus organizations to encourage diver-
sity and help Hispanic students feel comfort-
able on campus.
But the size of the University and its focus
on research and academia can sometimes
undermine student affairs issues, Moroney
said. Budget cuts have exacerbated this prob-
lem, putting the University and its administra-
tive offices in a tight situation.
"Services that are less prioritized are those
that directly affect students," she said.
Since Moroney left, MESA Director Patricia
Aqui Pacania and Abbott have assumed the
Latino director's duties, although Abbott per-
forms most of the duties. Aqui Pacania
acknowledges that their work is very labor
intensive and the lack of a coordinator has in
some ways affected their ability to serve the
community. But she added that Abbott has
"done good work," for which he is receiving an
award from the Office of Academic Multicul-

tural Initiatives. "It's just helpful to have all the
human resources we need," she said.
Aqui Pacania has seen consistent declines in
her budget during her tenure, cuts that she
attributes to a faltering state economy. Formal
decisions have not been made about this year's
budget.
The Trotter House is a vehicle for MESA to
fulfill its service to various ethnicities and the
University, housing events aimed at enriching
ethnic communities and the rest of campus.
Last weekend, groups from various cultures
held events and ceremonies including dia-
logues, conferences, dinners and a charity auc-
tion. Groups involved included University
Hillel, the Vietnamese Students Association,
the Black Student Union, Dance Marathon and
Pi Iota Chi - a Christian multicultural sorori-
ty. House administrators said the center sees
more action during the week.
But the center's distant location and subpar
condition have adversely affected some students
in these groups. Students argue that without ade-

quate transportation to its location on Washte-
naw Avenue, the house seems to be distant from
Central Campus. Some say this has negatively
affected community outreach. "There are per-
ceptions that, if they're not on Csentral Campus,
then they're not important," she added.
In her discussions with senior administrators,
Perry said the administration has called plans
to relocate the building "not feasible." But in
conversations with students groups like La Voz
Latina and even the Interfraternity Council,
Perry heard great support for the idea. "All the
students that I've talked to, they think the
building should to be relocated," she said.
In comparison to other universities, the mul-
ticultural center fails to pass the bar, students
and administrators say. Abbott mentioned the
Ohio State and Indiana universities, which have
recently remodeled their centers.
"We're way behind the ball," Abbott said. "I
don't think there's any question that ours is not
what it could be and not what it should be."
But not every student believes that the house

is in dire condition. Rackham student Justin
Parr, a second year student in the School of
Information, said the house needs "general
repairs" but "nothing significant." Parr, who is
a resident coordinator at the house and lives in
the building, said any damages are part of the
day-to-day wear and tear.
Pointing to the small hole in the wall outside
his room, Parr identified examples of this wear
and tear. Around the corner in his kitchen,
wiring protruded from the walls.
Abbott, whose job is to meet student needs
as well as possible, has seen marginal levels of
responsiveness from the administration in
addressing the needs of the Trotter House and
MESA. The office has a high turnover rate, and
positions can be slow to fill. Abbot said his
position working with the Native American
community was vacant for a year and half
before he came.
But as for the Trotter House, he praised Uni-
versity President Mary Sue Coleman for her
financial commitment to the multicultural center.

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BURNS PARK 2 BDRM. APT.
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CAMPUS MANAGEMENT, INC.
Avail. Fall 2004. Apartments and houses;
from efficiencies to 6 bdrms. We have all
types and sizes with great locations close to
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CLOSE TO BUSINESS & LAW SCHOOL
Super 2 bdrm. apts., furnished.
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DELUXE STUDIO. FANTASTIC View! 5
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Pouri@umich.edu
EFFICIENCY. GREAT CENTRAL Campus
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FALL 04. 1 bdrm. & Effs. Near campus &
downtown. Great apts. Range from $625 to
$925 + electric. Call today 996-1991 or visit
us at www.cappomanagementcom
FALL 2004. INCREDIBLE 3 bdrm. bi-level
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" WANTED SERVERS, BEER Cart Servers &
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Golf Club. Contact Doug at 734-323-8782.

* Broadview Apartments
* Spacious 1 bedroom apartments
* Spacious 2 bedrooms with master bath
* Shuttle around campus
* Large private balconies
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* Pets welcome
r 0) 741-9300
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Great Locations & Amenities
Efficiency & Studio
1, 2,3 & 6 Bedrooms
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FALL/SPRING RENTALS: excellent 1, 2 &
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734-663-2731 or 734-622-8020.
FOR RENT FALL 2004. 6 bdrm. hse. @
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526 Detroit St. plus Eff. to 3 bdrm. apts.
Call PMSI 665-5552.
HIT A 5 iron into the Big House!!!
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HOUSES AVAIL. FOR FALL
All houses easily fit 6 people. Free prkg. in-
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510 Mack.............$2699.00
519 Linden....................................$2699.00
1344 Wilmot .....................$2699.00
1348 Wilmot.................................$3499.00
campus rentals
1335 South University
665-8825

LARGE 5 BDRM. House furnished, dish-
washer, laundry, parking. Avail. Fall '04
Call Jeff @ 313-617-8106.
LARGE FURNISHED 2 & 3 bdrm. apt. on
S. State, Near UM bus stop, 5 min. to Mich.
Union. Available Fall '04 lease. Heat & wa-
ter incl., 2-sink bath., Intercom/sec. buzzer,
New furniture, New appliance, Balc., A/C,
Prkg., Ldry., for 2-4 $1100-1600. No smkg.
/no pets. 734-996-3539 or 734-678-7250,
ehtseng@comcast.net
LARGE FURNISHED TWO bdrm. apts. loc.
in the heart of central campus. Lots of ameni-
ties, call Michigan Realty at 734-662-5500 or
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LARGE STUDIO FOR the summer @
Tower Plaza 17th FIr. Furnished. 485-4641.
LEASES STARTING AT $590.00
Call 761-2680 FOR MORE DETAILS.
MODERN FURN. LARGE 2 bdrm., close to
B-School - avail. May or Sept. Rent includes
heat, water, gas for cooking, 2 prkg. spaces.,
Security entrance. $1440/mo. Please call
734-663-8487. Building is smoke/pet free.
NEWER 4 BDRM. townhouse w/great
amenities, close to medical & central cam-
pus, avail. May 1, $1650. Call 734-323-3918.
OLD WEST SIDE
Only minutes farther away but $$$ cheaper!
Super 1 and 2 bdrm. apts. Furnished or not.
Avail. Fall. Call 668-1100.
ONE AND TWO bdrm. furnished apts. loc.
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EHO.-
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ONE BEDROOM
AND
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All Utilities Included
No Security Deposit
Campus Rentals
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734-665-8825
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Two great locations with many amenities.
Please contact Wilson White Co. at
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LOCATION BDRM. BATH. PRKG. TERM
418E.KingsleyA6 2 3 M or S
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M=May S=Sept. J=Jacuzzi
All are completely remodeled. Oak floors, 2
fridges, trash compactor, dwshr. 973-7368.
RIVER'S EDGE APARTMENTS! I mo.
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*SUNNY DOWNTOWN STUDIO. Newly
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o.b.o. 323-839-7331 or kovacikr@umich.edu
1015 W. HURON - Furnished, remodeled 2
bdrm. apt.Forappt. call 668-1100.
3 BDRM'S AVAIL. w/bath-shower, heat,
flex. yr. lease, next to UM hospital, $375
plus utils. fee prkg.in house ldry. 717-5349.
415 BENJAMIN - May-Aug. 04 lease, mod-
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dishwasher, a/c, prkg. & ldry.,
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AVAIL. NOW - Aug. 1 bdrm. in hse. with 6
female students. Free prkg. wireless int., dig.
cable and five min. from CCRB. 996-0215.
GREAT LOCATION, 6 bdrm sublet Avail.
May-Aug. Arch St. Call 734-717-8310.
SPR./SUM. SUB. - 2 bdrm. apt. (2-4 people)
on campus w/ furn., A/C., prkg., 996-2603.
SPR./SUM. SUBLET. Free prkg. Bi-level, 2
bdrm., accomodates 4. Geddes, near CCRB.
Price neg. Please email homeless@umich.edu
SPRING & SUMMER apt. sublet. 1 or 2 peo-
ple, great loc. Utils. & prkg. incl. Price neg.
734-645-6063, email emalette@umich.edu
SUMIER SUBLEASE! 915 S. Division. Con-
venient. Great. loc. 1 bdrm. $500. 2 bdrm.
$700. Call: 734-622-8020 or 734-663-2731.

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COMPUTER CONSULTANT - UM.
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A Non-Discriminatory, Affirmative Action Employ-
er
DAT, GRE, GMAT, LSAT & MCAT
TEACHERS NEEDED. Ann Arbor Kaplan
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rate, paid prep time, and flexible hours. Call
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GOLF COURSE GROUND CREW WORK-
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Positions available for spring-fall. Apply in
person at Stonebridge Golf Club in Ann Ar-
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MARKETERS WANTED! MUST be enthu-
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Willingness to learn. Call Kathryn at
248-229-5465.
MICHIGAN TELEFUND NOW HIRING
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schedules. Earn great money and make new
friends while supporting your University.
Awesome Resume Builder! Work Study /
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NOW HIRING! EUPHORIA Oxygen Bar,
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Time Sales Associates ($8/hr). Part Time
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PAID EXPERIMENT $15-25. Fun group
computer game, 2 hours eves. Central Cam-
pus. Go to Experiments.org to sign up.
PARTICIPANTS WANTED: JUDGMENT
and Perception Experiment at University of
Michigan near North Campus. Experiment re-
quires 2-hours and pays $20.00. To qualify,
must have English as first language,ages
18-30 and vision correctible to 20/20. Email
Sam at shevlab@sbcglobal.net (preferred) or
call 734-936-8703.
RESIDENT MANAGER POSITION is
avail, at a campus area apartment building in
Ann Arbor. Responsibilities includes janito-
rial and grounds work. Compensation is in
the form of partial rent credit. This position
requires that you live on-site. Please apply in
person to Wilson White Co., Inc., 608
Packard Suite 2, Ann Arbor, MI. Equal Op-
portunity Employer.
SERVERS AM/PM, FT/PT. Seeking fun
folks to fit friendly club - Will train! Apply
now for summer. Polo Fields CC 998-1555.
SHALiMAR RESTAURANT IS
now hiring hosts, bartenders, & waitstaff. Previous
experience preferred. Please email
shibani@umich.edu if interested.
SWIMMING POOL SERVICE and
construction. Fast paced outdoor work,
Weekends off. Top pay for hard working,

SEEKING FULL TIME responsible nanny
for our two children, ages 4 & 2. Exp. req.
Please call 622-3596.
SUMMER JOBS. WORKING w/ young chil-
dren, M-F, 3:30-5:30PM, substitute positions
avail. also. Begin mid-April or May. Call the
director @ 668-0887.

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data entry and light office production staff
for seasonal work. FT/PT. Must be depend-
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AVAIL. NOW! CONDO, 1 bdrm. left.
$450/mo. utils. incl.. A/C, ldry., & free prkg.
Cable TV, DSL.Call 313-838-2629.
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED. Great
loc., single rm. avail. Furn., prkg, cable/inter-
net ready. Price negotiable. Call Joanna at
313-377-2868 orjbartold@umich.edu.
LOOKING FOR ROOMMATE - female
grad student for room in townhouse. Furn.,
washer/dryer, by hospital. $550/mo. 341-5595
RMMTE. WANTED TO share 2 bdrm. apt.
near Law & B-Schools. Upscale apt., furn.,
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