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PROTEST
Continued from page 1A
protesters observed a moment of silence to
honor U.S. troops killed in the war. A lone
trumpeter played taps while participants
bowed their heads in respect.
The demonstration was also attended
by families with infants and junior high
school students.
"I came out to speak up and say that this
war is not in our name,' said Ann Arbor
resident Chris Coonbe, who marched with
husband Luis and daughter Paloma.
Marchers in the rally made posters
and wrote letters to elected officials and
the media. Children attended workshops
where they drew peace signs and penned
original slogans.
One nine-year-old boy wrote, "President

Bush, why don't you send your kids to go
to Iraq instead of my brother?"
There was also a Conscientious Objec-
tion workshop that discussed documenta-
tion for conscientious objectors, deferments
and social action.
The passionate and colorful march was
powered by an eclectic crowd that chant-
ed slogans like "Occupation is a crime
... from Iraq to Palestine," and garnered
enthusiastic cheers and encouraging honks
from several passing cars. Protesters drew
stares and smiles from Ann Arbor resi-
dents in bookshops and restaurants on Lib-
erty Street.
"I'm advocating no further action in
other Middle Eastern countries. I think it's
important that politicians see that people
are not supporting the war," RC Junior
Andy Linn said.

College Democrats Chair Ramya Ragha-
van agreed. "Even though Bush decided to
go to war, it's important to attend the dem-
onstrations to keep voicing our resentment,
so that politicians don't think we support it
because we're silent," she said.
College Republicans Chair Allison
Jacobs said that while she respected the
protest as an expression of freedom of
speech, President Bush's decisions regard-
ing the war were necessary responses to
the situation there.
"The president's choice to liberate Iraq
was necessary to establish the democracy we
now see in Iraq," she said in an e-mail. "We
support the president in the Iraqi liberation."
Anti-war sentiment reverberated in cit-
ies across the United States and Europe in
other protests held on Saturday.
More than 10,000 people marched through

the center of Rome, protesting the continued
presence of Italian troops in Iraq.
In New York, a procession of demon-
strators made their way up 42nd Street,
sporting peace signs and carrying 50 card-
board coffins - a tactic that was also used
to protest the Republican National Conven-
tion and Bush's inauguration. There were
also anti-war rallies in Madrid, Barcelona
and Istanbul.
Peaceworks Director Phillis Engelbert
said people need a voice in government
policies, and that the demonstration was
a culmination of that expression. "The
war is very unpopular, not only here
but across the U. S., according to recent
polls. This event shows people that are
questioning whether the U.S. is doing the
right thing, that they are not alone. It's
empowering."

RATINGS
Continued from page 1A
could be determined from comments
directed to specific administrators.
But during a SACUA meeting last
month, Coleman said, "I talked with a
lot of people and I have not heard any-
one say they fear retaliation.
SACUA chair Stan Berent said that
privacy is a concern in any survey and
that the committee took steps to pro-
tect anonymity.
Philosophy Prof. Carl Cohen said
he did not participate, citing his busy
schedule at the end of the fall term
when the survey was taken.
Brett Seabury, a professor at the
School of Social Work, said that con-
ducting the survey at the end of the

semester may elicit limited responses
because of the extra work professors
are doing.
Cohen said the low turnout might
indicate that many faculty members
were content with the administration,
because unsatisfied instructors were
more likely to take the survey and use
it as a forum to voice their concerns.
"It might be a quiet but indirect com-
pliment to the administration," he said.
Faculty rated all 18 deans and 95
department heads. Although a sum-
mary report will be released today, the
detailed results of the poll are accessible
to faculty members and administrators
but will not be released to the public.
They were obtained by The Michigan
Daily through a Freedom of Informa-
tion Act request.

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