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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, December 8, 2004 - 7

F E"It's taking longer than what was stated
in that memo," Brown said, referring to a
Continued from page 1 statement by the administration setting
versity Housing in September, regents the announcement date for December.
expressed concern that plans would fizzle The memo was written to Vice President
as they have in the past. for Student Affairs E. Royster Harper
"We are putting significant pressure and University Provost Paul Courant.
on the president to move this," University Both Brown and Henry said the delay,
Regent Andrea Fischer Newman (R-Ann which may only amount to one month,
Arbor) said in September. "You need should not have an impact on the overall
to understand, and people here need to planning process, which is expected to
understand, the frustration factor on the take at least a year. The University plans
board level." to break ground on the new residence
University administrators said they hall in 2006, and construction should be
are taking their time in the architect completed in 2008.
selection process because the job is quite "It takes a little bit of time with all of
complicated. Yesterday, Housing Direc- these units weighing in," Brown said,
tor Carole Henry and others in the Divi- pointing out that various parts of the
sion of Student Affairs were reviewing administration, from the University's
proposals from different firms. architect to administrators, are involved
the michigan daily

in the selection process.
Echoing this statement. Henry said
administrators are not acting hastily,
despite the pleas by some regents to move
the process along quickly.
"You don't want that to be too rushed,"
Henry said, adding that January is "just a
few weeks' difference," and that the Uni-
versity wants to find a firm by the next
regents meeting.
"Some of this takes some time. There's
no reason to go to the board with this
precipitously," she added.
JOHN TH.I
DARLY. - CA.LL.
763-2459.

THEFTS
Continued from page 1
made known to DPS blend in very
well with the college crowd," Brown
said.
She said suspects tend to wear
similar clothing - jeans in librar-
ies and sweat suits in the recreation
building - and are of similar age to
students at the University.
The University has taken precau-
tions by putting up. signs at most
libraries and other locations in order
to alert students about potential
thefts.
Medhini Srinivasan, a Business
School junior, said when she is at the
Shapiro Undergraduate Library she
feels more prone than in other build-

ings to watch her belongings and not
leave them alone.
The undergraduate library is one
of the places where signs are posted
telling students not to leave their
belongings unattended. "The signs
imply that (thefts) have happened
before," Srinivasan said.
Srinivasan added that she thinks
students tend to worry more about
thefts if they or someone they know
has been a victim.
Other students said they had not
noticed the University's attempts to
curb thefts in campus libraries and
other locations.
"I think I am just naive - I'll
leave my stuff everywhere," said
Angela Kaza, an LSA sophomore.
Piersante urged students to keep

their valuables secure and, if they
have to leave them, to get someone
to watch them.
The University has put measures
into place in order to make the cam-
pus more secure and decrease thefts
in residence halls.
Replacing traditional key locks
card locks with card locks in resi-
dence halls has made residence halls
more secure, Piersante said, because
it is much easier to put a cancel on
a key card than to change locks on
doors.
Overall, there has been a decrease
in larcenies on campus this year, as
compared with other years.
If students do find themselves
victims of theft, Peirsante said, they
should contact DPS immediately.

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GREAT CENTRAL CAMPUS
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817 McKinley
1012 Michigan
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Call 973-7368.
RIVER'S EDGE APARTMENTS! I mo.
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!WINTER SUBLET! 2 bdrm. bi-level apt.
912 S. Forest. 1.5 bath. Fully furn. Free prkg.
A/C. Utils. incl. Ldry. Balcony. Rent nego-
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*SUMMER SUBLET ON Grenwood*
Awesome 6 bedroom house OR
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1 BDRM. AVAIL. in hse. 511 Hill St. Price
neg. Jan-May. Call for more info. 274-1666.
1 BDRM. IN 4 bdrm. hse. avail. Jan.-May.
Located at 411 Washtenaw. Free prkg., fully
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1 BEDROOM AVAIL. in Forest Post Apart-
ment-912 S. Forest-Great Location-Full
Kitch.-1.5 bath.-ldry.-internet/cable set up-
enormous furn., sgl. bdrm. with terrace, A/C-
spacious closet-would definitely live here
again, but I'm going abroad next semester--
apt. avail. Jan I through end of Aug., & I am
willing to rent it for any duration of time up
to the total of 8 months-Rent neg.-Contact
Dan (347) 234-9417 or dancohen@umich.edu
1 ROOM IN 2 bdrm. apt. Near Sergeant Pep-
per's. $380/mo., H20 incl.734-657-2639.
1 ROOM IN 5 bdrm. house. Central campus.
Idry. Avail. Now! Price neg. 426-9485.
3 BDRM. BEAUTIFULLY fium. apt. @ 909
Church St. New kitch. w/ dwsher. & 1.5
bath. Free ethernet! prkg. avail. Sub. win-
ter/spring/summer avail. Rent neg. Call Lexi
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OFFICE ASST. NEEDED for growing prop-
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AND PROCESSING
The University of Michigan Survey Research
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sciences to join a team conducting national
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Keyboard/typing skills required. Must be
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at the University of Michigan, 426 Thomp-
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