The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 11, 2004 - 7A
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When Art and Design sophomore Cara
Levine proposed modifications to student
storage lockers and the addition of U-Haul
storage bins for large projects, Rogers was
open to the suggestion, asking Levine to
send him information on the bins.
"I don't know anything about these,"
Rogers acknowledged. "This sounds like
something we can act on right away."
While not every suggestion was
accepted in full, compromise was
reached on nearly every point. When
SAS representatives requested that an
advanced web design class be added to
the curriculum, Rogers explained that
most faculty are unenthusiastic about
teaching a "vocational" class that focus-
es on a single piece of software.
"They just don't see the pedagogical
value, and frankly I agree with them, in
teaching a class ... that basically goes
through the manual of a piece of soft-
ware," Rogers said.
After some discussion, Rogers said
he would consider offering a course
that uses web design as a medium to
express conceptual content. A course
whose only goal is proficiency in a web
design program, he said, would be like
"advanced use of the screwdriver."
"Can you make a proposal for a course
that's more than trade-tech web design?"
he asked. "We can come up with a course,
but it has to have some meat to it."
In an interview after the meeting,
Rogers expressed gratitude toward the
group for bringing minor student issues
to his attention. Outside of the meetings,
he said, he has little contact with students
and no way to ascertain such needs.
"I don't wake up every morning and
worry about storage for students," Rog-
ers said. "It would be easy not to pay too
much attention to these issues if they
were not bringing them forward."
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graduate. The program now boasts
players in highly ranked University
programs. Among others, J.C. Mathis
was accepted this summer into the
Stephen M. Ross School of Business
and Sherrod Harrell is in the School
The University is making more of an
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a plane crash, Arafat was born Rahman
Abdel-Raouf Arafat Al-Qudwa on Aug.
4, 1929, the fifth of seven children of a
Palestinian merchant killed in the 1948
war over Israel's creation. There is dis-
agreement whether he was born in Gaza
or in Cairo, Egypt.
effort to recruit athletes who can handle
the necessary schoolwork and compete
at the same time, Martin said.
"First and foremost at Michigan,
you have to win in the classroom,"
Martin said. "Then you win on the
Athletes learn to deal with the
demands of sports and academics
early, Kroll said.
The gymnastic program requires
Educated as an engineer in Egypt,
Arafat served in the Egyptian army
and then started a contracting firm in
Kuwait. It was there that he founded
the Fatah movement, which became
the core of the Palestine Liberation
After the Arabs' humbling defeat by
Israel in the six-day war of 1967, the
PLO thrust itself on the world's front
freshman to go to a supervised study
room four days a week from 7:30 to 9:30
p.m. to help them adjust. If an upper-
classman's GPA slips below 2.0, she too
must go to the study table.
"You have to get used to balancing
the two," she said. "It's really hard, espe-
cially when you get into your season and
you care so much about the sport that
it's hard to focus on your homework.
But it's kept me disciplined."
pages by sending its gunmen out to
hijack airplanes, machine gun airports
and seize Israeli athletes at the 1972
"As long as the world saw Palestin-
ians as no more than refugees stand-
ing in line for U.N. rations, it was not
likely to respect them. Now that the
Palestinians carry rifles the situation
has changed," Arafat explained.
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