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ABSTINENCE
Continued from page 1
sexual education. Although the
program's approach scared students
who had thought they were immune
to the consequences of sex, she said
it was not the best way to teach sexual
education.
"There should be more discussion
about (sex), not less, to keep people
safe and informed," Hartman said.
"It is idealistic to think that young
people aren't having sex, so I think an
abstinence and prevention approach is
better."
Hartman, who decided during
middle school to abstain from sex
for religious reasons, added that she
feels the pressure to be sexually active
starts in high school.
Without comprehensive sexual
education, she said, young people are
likely to be influenced by unrealistic
or unreliable sources, such as friends
and TV shows.
And Hartman is not alone. Students
who have made the conscious decision

to have sex, like Engineering junior
Blair Wilcox, echo many of the same
thoughts.
"I think that abstinence-only
education is not particularly practical
and ignores the situation that currently
exists. The programs work for certain
people, but they seem to be those
who would abstain regardless: those
with compelling moral or religious
reasons," Wilcox said.
"(Sexually transmitted diseases)
are a problem, but using scare tactics
only works so much and then if
someone who received abstinence-
only education caught an STD, they
might not know how to deal with it -
or how to avoid it in the first place."
Comprehensive sexual education
teaches both the benefits of abstinence
and, for students who choose to be
sexually active, safe-sex measures.
Jarrett said studies show that the
comprehensive approach, which is
used in much of the United States and
many other countries, is more effective
than abstinence-only education at
preventing teen pregnancy and the

contraction of sexually transmitted
diseases.
One piece of evidence Jarrett
pointed to was a study conducted by
Advocates for Youth, an organization
dedicated to creating programs and
advocating policies that help young
people make informed decisions about
their sexual health.
The study reported that Germany,
France and the Netherlands had lower
rates of abortion, teen pregnancy and
STDs because of the societal openness
in these nations in dealing with
sexuality and government policies that
provide easy access to sexual health
information and services.
Wilcox said abstinence-only
policies fail to take into account
cultural realities about sex.
"The main problem I have with this
policy is that it isn't in touch with how
most of the kids are," Wilcox said. "Sex
sells and they see it constantly. And
kids are going to have sex. Without
legislating morality and censoring
ludicrous amounts of media, I don't
see how it can be effective."

BUSES
Continued from page 1
500 passengers on a holiday.
"The cost for the trip is five times as much (on a
holiday)," Miller added.
The Ann Arbor Transportation Authority also will
not run any bus routes on Thursday, but buses will
run regular routes on Friday.
Miller said the people who will be most affected
by the cut in bus services are people who live in the
residence halls and Family Housing on North Campus
who plan to stay on campus during the holiday.
Engineering senior Fatima Alkatheeri, who will
not be going home for Thanksgiving because her
family lives in the Middle East, was disappointed
to hear there will be no bus service tomorrow or
Friday.
Alkatheeri said she wishes the University would
run some buses over the holiday - even if they only
ran every 20 or 30 minutes - rather than cutting bus
services altogether.
"What about the people who live in Bursley or
Baits and want to come to Central Campus? It's just
not convenient for people at all," Alkatheeri said.
Miller said the department has had to cut back in
other ways as well.
The extra buses that run during peak hours of

weekdays no longer run on Fridays.
"We dropped those on Friday afternoons because
it wasn't necessary," Miller added.
Despite the changes to the holiday bus schedule,
Alkatheeri said in general she is pleased with the
University bus system.
"I usually take the Bursley-Baits and that runs
every 10 to 15 minutes, and I've never had a problem.
It's very rare that I wait for more than 10 minutes,"
Alkatheeri added.
Miller said Parking and Transportation Services's
budget cuts are "rather minor" because out of their $4
million budget, they have cut less than one percent.
Altogether, the department cut about $35,000,
of which $10,000 came from the holiday cutbacks,
Miller said.
Although Parking and Transportation Services
has cut bus service on four additional holidays,
Miller said it has actually added additional bus
service to Northwood family housing because
many undergraduates are living in the Northwood
apartments this year.
The increased residency at Northwood is due to an
unusually large freshman class. These additional bus
services are costing the department over $400,000
a year.
"In that case, we're going over budget because we
want to help the housing situation," Miller added.

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