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The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 5, 2004 - 7

HAZING HERITAGE
Continued from page 1 Continued from page 1.
The AAPD is also investigating the haz- Native American community have
ing allegations. Eklund said according to the worked actively to preserve Native
new hazing law that was passed in the state American culture and redefine it more
in August, if the University has received haz- accurately.
ing allegations, they must turn it over to the But the main concern of Native
police. American Heritage Month is to infuse
"There were allegations made to Univer- the campus with that redefined image,
sity officials, which University officials pro- especially to students unfamiliar with
vided to the police department because of Native Americans, he said.
the potential for criminal activity," Lt. Chris "Heritage month is a time for edu-
Heatley said. cation, a time for sharing and celebrat-
Heatley said, however, that so far no ing our culture with non-natives, as
evidence has been found of any criminal
activity, and AAPD has not yet planned to
take any action against the fraternities or
sororities. Continued from page 1
OSCR is not working with the AAPD on dent leadership programs.
the investigations because their information Eklund also did not offer a spe-
is protected under the Family Educational cific vision for other student affairs
Right to Privacy Act. issues, but she said in general she
wants to mold programs that will
DRUG Rreach out more to upperclassmen
who might not have as much expo-
Continued from page 1 sure to student programs after leav-
ing cocaine, 13 charges of conspiracy ing the residence halls. "It's easy to
to deliver, as well as three charges of lose touch with their needs" after
possession of cocaine and the intent to they move out, Eklund said.
deliver within 1,000 feet of a school She also mentioned assisting the
zone. The outcome of these charges International Center as one of her
has yet to be determined. main priorities, saying she wants to
In 10 years, police have responded help the center continue to adjust to
to 227 calls at the house for assaults, the increased workload it faces due
burglaries, sexual assaults and a barri- to the restrictions on international
caded gunman, according to the Asso- students put in place by the Depart-
ciated Press. ment of Homeland Security. "The
the michigan daily :.

well as celebrating our culture within
our community," Stehney said.
The University's Exhibit Museum
of Natural History is also hoping to
further educate the campus on Native
American culture this month, said
Rackham student Veronica Hutchin-
son, who is from the Ojibwe tribe.
Along with its updated displays on
native societies, opening Nov. 20, the
museum will be previewing a new
exhibit that uses its planetarium to
feature storytelling from the Anishi-
naabe tribe, she said.
Yet while the University has often
paperwork side should be the least
important thing the staff is able to
accomplish," she said, adding that
its primary role should be to help
international students adjust to Uni-
versity life.
Eklund said she believes she has
enough experience working with stu-
dents to see such programs through
to success.
"I'm not a shy person. I don't mind
rolling up my sleeves and tackling
committee work, or brainstorming
with students and faculty," she said.
Peterson added, "She's a very
experienced administrator. She has
a lot of knowledge to draw upon, and
she's just a very calm and approach-
able person."
Meanwhile, a search committee,
which will include undergradu-
ate and graduate students, will be

worked to promote Native American
culture and educate the community,
Hutchinson said the United States
needs to do the same. Whereas the
University recently acknowledged its
origins stemmed from Native Ameri-
can peoples, the country as a whole
has not, she said.
"Personally, it's my opinion that we
as a society still have a long way to
go in terms of owning up to Ameri-
ca's relationship with Indian nations.
America's creation story is its rela-
tionship with Indian nations. Period,"
Hutchinson said.
finalized in 2005, Vice President of
Student Affairs E. Royster Harper
said in a news release yesterday. The
committee will be chaired by Barba-
ra MacAdam, head of the reference
section at the University Library,
and it will receive assistance from
executive search firm Baker-Parler,
Inc., of Atlanta.
In her statement, Royster said
.the committee will work "at a more
deliberate pace" after Eklund's
selection. The nationwide search is
expected to end with the selection
of a permanent dean in the spring of
2006.
Eklund's appointment will become
official once the University's Board
of Regents approves her selection.
Daily Staff Reporter Kristin Ostby
contributed to this report.

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