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SECURITY
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versities have generally improved, but she remains
concerned about security issues.
Due to the rise in computer hacking, Soules
said universities need to increasingly adapt
their systems to confront the many threats to
college security systems.
A 2004 report by Virginia Rezmierski, a profes-
sor at the Ford School of Public Policy, examined
the vulnerabilities of the computer security policies
at colleges and universities nationwide.
In the report, Rezmierski concluded that, "Only
a few colleges and universities have begun to cat-
egorize or codify computer-related incidents and
establish thresholds to trigger appropriate respons-
es. We hope that our conceptual models might help
institutions with this task."
the michigan daily

In the past, college campuses nationwide have
used Social Security numbers as the primary
method of identifying student records and faculty
information. The University changed its policy in
1996 by implementing the Unique Identification
Number as the primary form of identification for
students in order to better safeguard the personal
information of University members.
However, the University still retains Social
Security numbers within its computer databases,
solely for business reasons, Howell said.
He added that the University has yet to be
a victim of any computer hacking that would
threaten the disclosure of Social Security
numbers.
Although Howell said current security mea-
sures are adequate to protect the University's
information systems, the University is now focus-
ing its efforts on educating the student commu-

nity about how they can protect themselves from
computer hacking.
Because many University students use resi-
dential computing sites on campus, the housing
office has also adopted numerous measures to
guarantee the safety of students and faculty.
Alan Levy, director of housing public affairs,
said a campus web page, identityweb.umich.
edu, promotes awareness of identification theft
and the steps that can be taken to make the possi-
bility less likely. Recently launched, Levy added
that the Web page was developed through the
joint efforts of University Housing and Informa-
tion Technology Central Services. In addition,
he said the Web Privacy Policy on the Hous-
ing website outlines specific computer security
measures taken to protect students' confidential
information.
"It was very important for us to make a stan-

dard policy about the importance of protecting the
identification of students and staff." Levy said.
At the University, virus protection remains
a primary concern for the majority of stu-
dents. Jesse Specvack, a computer consultant
at the Computer Showcase in the Michigan
Union, said students bring their computers in
for virus protection everyday, but access to
personal files or information has not been a
significant issue.
The Showcase recommends maintaining an
updated operating system and using virus scan
software, such as Spybot Search & Destroy or
Adware, in order to control security issues and
viruses.
If personal information on a computer sys-
tem or University-affiliated website has been
exposed, students should follow the appropriate
steps available on safecomputing.umich.edu.

JUST A FEW blks. from the Business & SPRING/SUMMER
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heat, & water incl., covered prkg., swimming Campus Area Apartments change the world...
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LARGE FURNISHED 2 & 3 bdrm. apts. on 734.995.9200
S. State, Near UM bus stop, 5 min. to Mich. Equal Housing Opportunity
Union. Avail. Now, Summer, Fall '05. Heat
& water incl. Balc., A/C, Prkg., Ldry. $900 s
-$1450. No smkg./no pets. 734-996-3539 or
734-678-7250. ehtseng@comcast.net

CHARMING VICTORIAN
Spacious I bdrm. apt., hardwood firs., fire-
place, bay window, close to UM campus.
Avail. fall. Call 734-944-2405.
CORNER HOUSE APARTMENTS! Now
leasing for Fall 2005. Beautiful 2 & 3 bdrm.
apts. located on the corner of Washington
and State St. A must see! Call 741-9300;
www.annarborapartments.net
EFE, 1, 2, 3, & 6 bdrm. apts. near Kerry-
town, med. ctr. Ldry., prkg., hardwood firs.
Historic bldgs. Immed. & Fall. 996-0119.
FALL 2005
CAMPUS AREA APARTMENTS
Efficiency, Studio
One & Two Bedrooms
Short term leases at select locations.
Wilson White Co., Inc.
734.995.9200
Equal Housing Opportunity
FALL RENTAL. 4 bdrm. hse. $2,000/mo.
Please call 320-6619.
GOT HOUSING?
Spring Sale!
Fall 2005 Houses and Apartments
campus rentals 734-665-8825 or
www.campusrealty.com
GRAD STUDENTS, FALL '05 outstanding
value. Close to downtown and campus but
far enough away from the chaos. I bdrm.
$655, 2 bdrm. $835. Ldry. on-site, off street
prkg. 651-1593 or mnyrk@comcast.net
GREAT 3 BDRM., 2 bath. condo, perfect for
the U of M student. Close to campus & on
bus line. Free ldry.! Free parking! Free ca-
ble! No smoking, no pets! Call
734-699-8000.
HIDDEN VALLEY CLUB IS
PRE-LEASING NOW FOR FALL.
IBedrooms as low as $645
2 Bedrooms as low as $795
Bring this ad in to receive $100 off at move-
in and waived application fee of $40.
Submit an application on or before 4/30/05
and be entered into a drawing for a $1000
Gift Card from IKBA.
Call for details (734) 761-8910
www.equityapartments.com
HILL & S. MAIN. Large 1 bdrm. including
heat, water, laundry & 1 car GARAGE.
$725/mo. 810-333-2133 or 810-231-3276.
ICC STUDENT CO-OP Housing available
now and Fall/Winter 2005-6. 8-month
Fall/Winter contracts $424-610/month cen-
tral campus $469-663/month north campus.
Includes utilities, intemet, and food!
662-4414 or www.icc.coop
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY - Eff. & 1
bdrm. apts. avail. Reduced rates & short-term
leases avail. Please contact Wilson White
Co. at 734.995.9200. EHO.
LARGE 4 BDRM. furn. hse. 2 blks. from
campus. $2150/mo. + utils. 248-685-9085.

LARGE STUDIO FOR the summer/fall @
Tower Plaza 17th FIr. Furnished. 485-4641.
MAIN ST./A2 SALINE condo. $1200/mo. +
utils. 2 bdrm., den. Built in 2003. Email
Joe@jsvig.com or call 313477-1060.
N. CAMPUS CO-OPS, Gilbert Ct: Fun. pri-
vate rms. in quiet, friendly hse. avail. May-
Aug. & Sept.-Apr. ~75% grad. stud., -40%
international. 7 dinners/wk., hired chef, home
theater, volleyball court, close to NCRB and
Bursley/Baits bus. Great rates! Hse. labor
req. (cook, clean, etc.) 662-4414 or icc.coop
GREAT HOUSES, GREAT APART-
MENTS!
!!!2005 Lease!!!
ALL HOUSES. HAVE 6 LG. BEDROOMS!
Plus many have studies as shown below!!!!
LOCATION STDY. BATH. PRKG TERM
927 S.,State 0 2 J 4 M or S
418 E. Kingsley 0 2 4 M or S
926 Sylvan 1 3 J 6 Sept.
909 Sylvan 2 3 J 7 Sept.
1012 Michigan 0 3 6 Sept.
M=May S=Sept. J=Jacuzzi Stdy.=Study
All have been completely remodeled.
Oak floors, new carpet & fum., 2 new side
by side fridges, trash compactor, dwshr.
1 have central A/C, the rest have room A/C.
APARTMENTS IN 2 LOCATIONS!!!
3 Min. Walk to Frieze Bldg.,
( E. Kingsley/ Division)
2 Historic bldgs. completely remodeled.
-2 bdrm. penthouse, see all of A2, Avail. Fall.
-31g. bdrms. w/ free vanity. Avail. Now, Fall:
-6 bdrm., complete remodel in process, Fall.
Modern Apartment Building: Remodeled
- 2 bdrm. culinary delight, trash compacter.
19 ft of counter space, dwshr., etc.
Avail. Now and Fall.
3 Min. walk to South Quad
I & 2 bdrm. 100% remodeled apts. with new
furn., oak firs., new carpet, prkg., A/C, dw-
shr., & cable. Avail. Now, Spring & Fall.
Both apt. locations include: Idry., great prkg.,
and heat/water
Please Call: 973-7368.
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Let Varsity find the perfect
Campus apartment for you!
Fantastic Studios and 1-4
bedroom apartments still
available for Spring & Fall!
Call 734.668.1100
www.varsitymanagement.com
NEAR KERRYTOWN! GREAT location!
Spacious Studios & I bdrm. apts. Fall avail.
741-9300.
NEAR UNION, LG. contemporary studios.
Fall leases available. Call 741-9300
www.annarborapartments.net
PETS WELCOME: CONTEMPORARY 1 &
2 bdim. apt. Great campus locations. Call for
details. 741-9657.
IT'S NOT TOO LATE...
TO GET A GREAT HOUSE FOR A GOOD DEAL!
Avail. Sept. 1St
6 bdrm., 2 bath., backyard, air, close to
campus & hospital! Parking for 6.
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CLOSE TOaCAMPUS. SPRING/SUM-
MER. 1 bdrm. avail, in hse. for n-smkg. fe-
male. Rent neg. Call 734-649-2874.
!5 BDRM., SPR./SUM. Sub. (furn.), 1610
Washtenaw (Hill), NEW CONSTRUCION,
A/C, 3.5 bath., 1-5 BDRM. Avail., 5 prkg.
spots, $400/rm. (neg.), Call248-910-5070.
*34 BDRM. HSE.: Free Idry., prkg., fenced
yard. Great location. Price neg. 395-3617.
1 BDRM. APT @ Carpenter & Packard.
Prkg. & Idry. May-Aug. $300/mo. 276-6546.
1 BDRM. IN a 2 bdrm. apt. Avail. May-Aug.
Great location, corner of East U. & Hill St.
Rent neg. Female pref.734-239-3000.
adaane@umich.edu
I BDRM. IN new apt. Great location
616 Monroe. A/C, Idry. Rent Neg. 730-3430.
1 BDRM. IN newly remodeled hse. 4 neat fe-
male rmmtes. All utils. incl. 5 min. to Union.
$350/mo. lbond@umich.edu or 330-7592.
2 BDRM., PRKG., ldry., 1020 Church St.,
Apt. 2. Spring & Summer. 734-913-9499.
AVAIL. MAY-AUG. THOMPSON &
William. I bdrm. w/ A/C, free Idry. $500
neg. 586-943-5475 or katellis@umich.edu
AVAIL. NOW. WILLIAM & Division. 1
bdrm. w/ sec. buzzer system, Idry./seperate
storage locker. Gallatin Realty Co. 368-0256.
FALL SUBLET WANTED. Grad student
looking for I bdrm. apt./ efficiency for Fall.
jdmz@umich.edu
STUDENT WANTED FOR Sublet. Avail.
May-August '05. 1 private bdrm. in 2 bdrm.
apt. Spacious rooms, breakfast nook, cool
roommate, laundry, good central location.
$rent negotiable + utilities. 1223 Hill St. (at
S.Forest). Call Jens & leave message:
231.357.4191 or email: jens@umich.edu
SUBLET AVAIL. NOW on S. Forest near B-
School & Law School. Great Loc. 996-2836.
SUBLETS AVAILABLE!!
Need a short term lesase during the
spring and summer?
Call Varsity Management at 734.668.1100!
ROYAL OAK RM. for rent. Perfect for in-
terns. 703-861-7793.

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AUTO SUMMER STORAGE student spe-
cial - $99 for entire summer. Call 663-0690.
BICYCLE SUMMER STORAGE - $25 for
entire summer. Indoors. Call 663-0690.
COLLEGE CLEANERS: PROEDry Clean-
ing & Ldry. Free summer storage. 715 N.
University next to Hill Auditorium. 662-1906.
EDITING. LANGUAGE, ORGANIZA-
tion, format. All disciplines. 25 yrs. exp.
996-0566 or writeon@htdconnect.com
IN DEBT? LOW on money? Twiling Invest-
ments can help you. Good or bad credit. All
types of loans avail. Debt consolidation, car
loans, personal, etc. Free of charge. Call
1-866-821-8496.
MEDIA POWER. MICHIGAN'S only autho-
rized Avid & Apple training center. Contact
us @ 248-351-0101 or visit media-power.com
MOST IMPORTANT SKILL for law school
success? Check out lawschoolprepcourse.com
SUMMER INDOOR STORAGE Special one
low price. Call 663-0690.

ADMINISTRATIVE ASST. $12/HR. Exp.
& resume req. Ann Arbor area. 30-40 hrs.-
/wk. April 25th-Sept. Call Ericka: 332-1760.
ATTENTION CAR ENTHUSIASTS! Auto-
mobile Magazine is looking for a Web In-
tern. Impeccable English language skills and
a broad knowledge of autos are required. 20
hours per week, $6 per hour, spring/summer
semester internship. Send a resume to
web-intem@dushane.com. No calls.
A'TENTION STUDENTS
SUMMER WORK
Excellent starting pay, flexible hours,
sales/service, interview now-start after finals,
conditions exist, call 734-994-3804.
BOYS AND GIRLS Club Summer Camp in
Pickney, MI. Seeking responsible individuals
to fill all positions. Apply at
www.bgctoledo.org or call 734-878-6628.
COUNSELORS WANTED. SUMMER Dis-
covery wants resident counselors for pre-col-
lege programs at UM, UCLA, UCSD,
UCSB, Georgetown U., U of Vermont. Must
be 21 by June 15th with valid drivers lisence.
Candidates should be: mature, hard-working,
energetic. To receive information or apply,
online, visit our website
www.summerfun.com or call 800-645-6611.
ENTREPRENEURIAL OPPORTUNITY
Candid Color Systems, a national photo mar-
keting company, is looking for serious-
minded people with an entrepreneurial spirit
who want to own and operate their own
small business. All parties interested in learn-
ing more about this opportunity should con-
tact Jaime McKissick at
Jaime.mckissick@candid.com or at
1-800-336-4550, ext. 383.
* You book the event.
* You upload the images.
We do the rest.
GET PAID FOR YOUR OPINIONS!
Earn $15-$125 and more per survey!
www.moneyforsurveys.com
GETTING YOUR PHARMD soon? Tell us
how you use drug info. resources. $90 for 75-
min. in-person interview. Scheduling for late
Apr. and early May. Interested? Email
study405a@teced.com or call William at
Tec-Ed, 973-8080.
GOLF INSTRUCTOR - Instruct junior
golfers of ages 8-17, and adult golfers when
necessary, in basic golf skills in a group envi-
ronment. Responsible for supervision of
structured class. Extensive knowledge in fun-
damentals of the golf swing, the game of
golf, the USGA rules of golf, and etiquette re-
quired. At least one year of prior teaching ex-
perience desired. Contact Matt Warba at
(734)971-0246.
GYMNASTICS INSTRUCTORS NEEDED.
For girls & boys beginning classes and pre-
competitive girls team-day-evening-weekend
hours. Gymnastics and experience with chil-
dren necessary. Gym America 971-1667.
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PAID EXPERIMENTS
Go to www.michiganpaidexperiments.org to
be notified about paid experiment opportuni-
ties! Multi-player games, marketing surveys,
etc. Pay $10-$50. New experiments posted
weekly on site, and sent out as email an-
nouncements to registered users. Non-stu-
dents welcome.
PHARMACOGENETICS AND EYE
Pressure Control
The U-M Kellogg Eye Center is currently
conducting research to understand how eye
pressure is controlled by specific genes. You
can participate if you: are between 18 and 50
years of age; are not pregnant; have no his-
tory of severe asthma, eye surgery or eye
trauma Upon completion of te study, partic-
ipants will be compensated. This study in-
volves minimally invasive procedures. For
more information, please contact the U-M
Kellogg Eye Center at 888-393-4677(EYE-
IOPS). irbmed number 2002-0580.
RESTARAUNT MGR. AT Ann Arbor's fa-
vorite brew pub. Mgmt. exp. optional but
restaurant exp. req. Job offers health benefits,
sane hrs. & a supportive work environment
for people who love the restaurant business
but still want to have a life. Email resume to
rene@arborbrewing.com or fax to
734-213-2835.
SPANISH TUTOR WANTED. Now thru
summer for 16 yr. old boy in A2. Grammar
and conversation. Experience & refrences re-
quired. Call Lisa @ 635-9365.
SPRING BREAK 2006. Travel with STS,
America's #1 Student Tour Operator to Ja-
maica, Cancun, Acapulco, Bahamas and
Florida. Now hiring on-campus reps. Call
for group discounts. Information/Reserva-
tions 1-800-648-4849 or www.ststravel.com
SUMMER ADVERTISING INTERNSHIP
Excellent Advertising, Sales and Marketing
opp. Earn $3000-$8000 and gain valuable
business EXPERIENCE developing the U of
M Official Campus Telephone Directory.
GREAT RESUME BOOSTER! Call Chris at
College Directory Publishing, Inc.
1-80046-2221, ext. 776
www.campusdirectory.com
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT' COLLEGE Pro
now hiring Painters and Job Site Managers.
Earn $10 to $11/hr. w/ bonus. Work outside
w/ other students. 1-800-32PAINT or
www.collegepro.com
SWIMMING POOL SERVICE and
construction. Fast paced outdoor work,
weekends off. Top pay for hard working, self-
motivated people to work in the NW
DETROIT SUBURBS. 248-477-7727.
TEMPORARY, P/T RECEPTIONIST/RUN-
NER for downtown Ann Arbor law office.
Up to 29 hours per week at $10.00/hr. Please
fax resume to: 734/332-0971.
- WANT TO LIVE in a GREAT apartment
AND earn some CASH?
Varsity Management has an opening for
Resident Managers at 848 Tappan (Park Ter-
race) apartments and other locations.
Call us at 734.668.1100 for details.
WOMEN NEEDED FOR research study:
The Possibilities Project @ the UM School
of Nursing is seeking women between the
ages of 18 & 35 who are currently experienc-
ing any of the following symptoms: binge
eating, vomiting, using laxatives or water
pills, excessive exercising, fasting, being un-
derweight due to dieting, missing menstrual
periods. Participants will receive 20 wks. of
psychotherapy & nutritional counseling @
no cost. Compensation up to $200 for partici-
pation. For more info., call 1-800-742-2300,
#2000 or email possibilities@umch.edu
www.umich.edu/-possibil
WONDERFUL MULTICULTURAL CEN-
TER seeks full-time teacher position at Kids
Garden Pre-school. Starting soon, energetic,
exp. and degree pref. Call Iman 975-9930.

AAPS COMMUNITY EDUCATION &
Recreation is hiring for spring and summer
programs. Instructors needed in swim and
Tennis. Pay based on experience. Call
994-2300 x 232(swim) or email
urbanias@aaps.k12.mi.us 994-2300 x 245
(tennis) or email shadigiv@aaps.kl2.mi.us
EOE.
CAMP COUNSELORS - Gain valuable exp.
while having the summer of a lifetime. Coun-
selors needed for Outdoor Adventure, Arts,
Aquatics, and more in the Pocono Mountains
of Pennsylvania. Apply online at
www.pineforestcamp.com
DAY CAMP INCLUSION staff: Assist a
child with special needs in the general camp
program. JCC of Detroit. 248-432-5585.
GREAT SUMMER JOB! Perfect for educa-
tion majors; work with children on field
trips, b-day parties, work outside, some fish
cleaning. May-Aug., $8/hr., Spring Valley
Trout Farm, 20 min. from campus, Dexter
734426-4772.
LEASING CONSULTANT
FIT summer position available at Nob Hill
Apartments. Basic office skills and excellent
communication skills are required. Sales
and/or leasing experience is preferred.
Please submit resume and apply in person at:
30Nob Hill Place #4
Ann Arbor, MI 48103.
(734) 668-8888
Equal Opportunity Employer.
PART-TIME RETAIL SALES. Sales exp.
and some familiarity with golf pref. Must be
avail. Saturdays. Phone 734-995-8940.
STUDENT PAINTERS NEEDED: Earn
$9-13/hr. doing exterior painting. Work out-
side with others students. May-Aug. Dominic
Foster at 410-493-8792 or djchef@umich.edu

CHILD EDUCATOR SOUGHT for 3 yr. old
son of UM professor and entrepenurial wife.
Care in A2 home for 15 hrs./week @ $10/hr.
Start May 23rd. Great ref(s). req. along with
1 yr. committment. Call Cheryl: 327-9993.
CHILD CARE. HERE at least 1 more yr.
Avail. summer. Occas. child care. Own trans-
portation. 668-6462 orjratliff@umich.edu
CHILD CARE-SUMMER. MON. & Thurs.
9-4. For 7, 10 yr. girls. Responsible, ener-
getic, w/. exc. ref. apply. Debbie 332-4232.
***P/T CHILDCARE FOR boy, age 10, &
girl, age 7 1/2. Grad student preferred. In
home close to campus, & for travel. Own
transportation, exp. & refs. req. Call
761-2828 (day) or 769-0012 (home).
SEEKING RESP. CAREGIVER for 6 YR.
old boy and 3 YR. old girl. P/T nights and
occ. days. Will work with your school sched.
to arrange times desiring individual this sum-
mer and next YR. Ref. requested. Please call
Stephanie/Pete at 734-995-1744.
SUMMER BABYSITTER(S) NEEDED start-
ing in April. Days and evenings incl. Wed.
and Sat., p.m. $11/hr. Call 734-323-9822.

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!!FEMALE ROOMMATES WANTED!
$500/mo. 4 bdrm. Condo., 2 bdrms. left for
Fall. Utils. incl., A/C., idry., & free prkg. Ca-
ble TV, DSL. Call 313-838-2629.
AMAZING TOWNHOUSE TO share w/
1-2. Newly built & very luxurious! 3 bdrm.,
ldry., dshwr., garage...$500-$995. North
Campus. Avail. now/Sept 248-444-4669.
Email: barclay.rental.umich.edu
FEMALE RMMTE. NEEDED - Grad. stud.
for rm. in townhse. Furn.. wshr./drver, prkg.

!!!BARTENDER TRAINEES $300!!! a day
potential, Age 18+ ok. No experience neces-
sary, training provided. 800-965-6520 x 125.

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