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The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 8, 2005 - 7A

VRUSH
Continued from page 1A
IFC spokesman Jon Krasnov
admitted there is some skepticism
about the new program and how it
will affect rush, though he said that
under the new policy fraternity par-
ties are now more controlled and
part of a safer atmosphere.
Some fraternity members are
now worried that the stereotype of
fraternities being insular will be
bolstered by the new social policy,
which prohibits non-Greek students
from entering fraternity or sorority
parties without being on a registered
-guest list.
"It may give the impression to
freshmen that the Greek system is
an organization only open to certain
types of people," saidtJacob Strum-
wasser, a brother of the Sigma Nu
fraternity and a former IFC presi-
dent.
"I think it will hurt the rush," Tou-
louse said. He added that because
non-Greek members must register
to get on a party list, freshmen are
at a disadvantage because they do
CONCERT
Continued from page 1A
ing, "Production-wise, (West's tour)
would have been a little too expensive
for us."
Over the summer, there appeared
to be a possibility that comedian Jon
Stewart would be coming to cam-
pus; however, BTP Vice President
Andrew Bilinsky said Stewart did
not fit the large-scale profile they
were looking for.
"The reason we wanted it to be a
music production is that it would be
on a much bigger scale than a com-
edy act ... we wanted to do a big

not know people in fraternities to
put them on the list, nor do Greek
members know freshman to add to
the guest list.
"How are you going to recruit
a freshman if you don't have their
name?" Toulouse asked.
Krasnov acknowledged that there
is some grumbling concerning the
new social policy.
"Anytime you have an organiza-
tion whose membership is exclusive
in any way, there .are going to be
skeptics. The Greek community is
open to anyone who wishes to breach
its gates," Krasnov said.
"We're not stopping anyone from
seeking membership into any of our
chapters," he added.
The new social policy is overly-
restrictive because fraternities and
sororitiesrneed a registered guest list
and sober monitors, said Staley, of
Psi Upsilon.
Staley said fraternity members
are "all about community" and that
this social policy prevents fraterni-
ties from socially interacting with
the rest of the University commu-
nity, which, he said, intensifies the

"cult-like" stigma of the Greek sys-
tem.
Staley added that the new policy
doesn't cut down on illegal activity
at all, and there is no enforcement of
underage drinking.
"All of the (fraternities) do their
best to keep anything bad from hap-
pening," Staley said.
"Really, the social policy itself
does not really have an effect on
that. It's too hard. Underage kids
are always going to find ways to get
alcohol."
The new social policy includes
a "bring-your-own-beer" policy,
which is intended to help fraternities
escape liability of providing alcohol.
to minors.
"We operate under the assump-
tion that if you bring alcohol, you
are the age to consume," Krasnov
said.
Krasnov said the effects of the
new policy on fraternity rush
turnout will not be known until
the official bid day on October 10,
but that he expects good numbers
judging by the Fraternity Forum
crowds.

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done anything in a while," Bilinsky
said. Woll added that students' per-
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"We felt that a lot of students enjoy
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Last year, BTP brought big-name
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MSA funded Michael Moore's
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Officials from MSA, UAC and
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date.
"It's a little upsetting," said Rebec-
ca Brandt, a student who received the
email, about the fact that the concert
was not yet confirmed. "It seemed
like something fun."

SCHOOLS
Continued from page 1A
their home university, and they
are also allowing financial aid to
transfer.
Volunteers from these institutions
are also organizing benefit concerts
and can drives to collect funds and
goods.
LSU also set up hospitals and
treatment centers in the campus
assembly center, baseball stadium
and field house to provide evacuees
with food, water, clothes and medical
treatment.

These centers - put in place days
before the storm hit - have filled
prescriptions and discharged nearly
500 of the 4,000 patients admitted
since evacuations began.
"This represents the largest deploy-
ment of public health officials and the
largest field hospital ever created in
U.S. history," Calongne said. "Almost
all of campus is volunteering in some
way."
For those students having diffi-
culty finding a transfer school, the
Florida Board of Governors and the
Florida Department of Education
developed a system to ease standard

admission requirements and disperse
admission information to interested
evacuees.
The Florida Cares Initiative, in
place since last Thursday, is helping
gulf-area students from kindergar-
ten through college find replacement
schools.
"Our goal is to be as helpful as pos-
sible in this time," said Bill Edmonds,
spokesman for the Florida Board of
Governors. "Our intent is not to be
a pirate and steal other institutions'
students, but to offer them a place to
study until they can return to their
original schools."

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