100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

October 27, 2005 - Image 7

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 2005-10-27

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.


NEWS

The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 27, 2005 - 7A

* KATRINA
Continued from page 1A
Assistant Director Richard Davis, who is responsible for han-
dling all aid cases concerning Katrina victims.
But Davis was hard to reach, Human said. "I felt like I was
stalking him - I left like six messages."
A week and a half later, Human finally got a face-to-face
meeting, where he showed Davis pictures of his ruined house.
Human alleges that Davis told him pictures of his overturned
refrigerator, toxic water-stained drywall and extensive mold
damage "didn't look that bad."
"He was completely accusatory and unsympathetic," Human
said.
Frustrated, Human's father called University President Mary
Sue Coleman's office. In response, an aide to Coleman left a
voicemail on Human's phone, telling him to forget about the
e-mail. Even though Davis had told him he would not qualify
for financial aid, the voicemail said Human should not worry
about his case, which the OFA is still reviewing. Human said the
aide also told his father that Davis had been reprimanded for his
"insensitivity."

In the meantime, Human is worried the threat in the e-mail
will come to fruition. "I am concerned that I won't be able to use
my Mcard," he said, although he has not had any problems yet.
Although Human said he has not heard a final decision,
University officials said yesterday that Human's case has been
resolved. Peterson would not comment on the alleged discussion
between the president's office and Davis, saying the University
does not discuss personnel matters. Davis could not be reached
for comment despite attempts to contact him at his home and
office. Typically, financial aid officials do not discuss individual
students' cases.
Yet Financial Aid Director Pamela Fowler said Davis has
done a good job making sure the affected students are taken care
of. "I have three letters on my desk from families who thanked
Richard for his efforts," said Fowler.
Despite the University's efforts to help all the students affect-
ed by Katrina, officials say it's not surprising that at least one of
them would have problems getting everything in order.
"You try to take a very large organization with processes and
try to fit them to unusual circumstances, (and) there are glitches
along the way," Peterson said.
Office of Financial Aid officials say they feel they are doing as

much as they can, adding that their efforts have been frustrated
partly by a lack of communication from affected students. Of
the 300 e-mails the office sent to students in hurricane-affected
areas, Peterson said, only four students replied.
Fowler said students who have financial difficulties because of
the storm should contact her office.
Still, some students that were displaced by the hurricane and
admitted by the University in September, such as LSA junior
Walker Hines, said their semester is going "terrifically well."
Even with the hurricane's damage, Hines's family is doing
well financially, and he has been able to cover $3,000 in hous-
ing expenses for his room in Northwood. The University has
covered his $14,000 tuition this semester, and he said he has
received e-mails about opportunities for free off-campus hous-
ing next semester.
In fact, things are going so well that he has applied to take
classes full-time next semester. "This school has provided so
many resources for all of us here," he said. "I'm very grateful for
that and thus hope to continue my education here."
For other affected students who are not having financial prob-
lems, the hurricane's emotional impact has made this semester
equally difficult.

Robert Brode, a second-year Law student whose family lives
in Michigan but who attended the now-closed Tulane University,
was planning on returning to Tulane before it closed its doors
for the fall semester. He was admitted as a guest student at the
University shortly after the hurricane. Although the hurricane
did not financially harm his family, he says this semester has
been "really hard."
"It's not necessarily because of school - it's just other things
going on," he said. "The more I read about the hurricane, it's
really depressing."
Even so, he said the University has been "really helpful, very
willing to meet and discuss any problems I might be having." In
addition to counseling set up through Counseling and Psycho-
logical Services, Brode said University officials recently held a
lunch with the Tulane students to discuss any issues they have
encountered.
Meanwhile, Human and other affected students continue
to work away on schoolwork while their families clean up the
watery mess down south. "There are times when I talk to my dad
and he says, 'Kenny, you'll have to come back to LSU'," Human
said about his family's financial difficulties.
"Then there are times when it looks like it will be alright."

the michigan daily

ICC STUDENT CO-OP HOUSING FEMALE NEEDED - Room for sublet near PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR IN- CANCUN, ACAPULCO, JAMAICA
4 or 8 month contracts available N. Campus in clean furnished apt., all utils. FLUENZA VACCINE RESEARCH STUDY From $459! FLORIDA $159!
734.663.4414 www.icc.coop incl. + cable/intemet. Pool & gym access. Cancun Prices Are $100 Less Than Others!
$565/mo. OBO. 805-689-1866. The University of Michigan School of Public Includes Meals, 30-50+ Hours Drinks!
MEDIATE OCCUPANCY, BIG Discount Health is currently enrolling volunteers for Ethics Award Winning Company!
n2 bedrooms on central campus. Free wa- STUDIO API. FROM Nov. 1 2005 to Aug. year two of a three-year study to compare the www.SpringBreakTravel.com
r, heat, parking, and furished. Please call 2006. $795/mo. U Towers, 12th fir. Fum. flu shot with the newer nasal spray flu vac- Prmo Code: 31 1-800-678-6386
A - - n.,..-,.....a R.._..,ray_,.,...a.-T--t R, CN ;-:I3D- -+-8'72A678-6386

IM
on
te

Eq&)4 1 14 iqa
* 1100 Sq. Ft. Apts. Great for 2-5 people
" Free High-Speed Internet
* Free 130+ Channel Direct TV
* Built in microwave, dishwasher, disposal
* Beautifully furnished
* Close to CCRB
" Complimentary Resident Shuttle
around Central and North Campus
* Exercise Room, Rec. Room
* Study Lounge w/ Computers
* Models open Daily
T 1741-9300
wwanbr (WEEKEND)
www.annarborapartments.net

AVAILABLE JANUARY2006!!
Campus 2 and 3 bedroom apartments
Fumished and reasonably priced
Call 734.668.1100 or stop
in at 625 Church St.

AVAILABLE MAY/SEPTEMBER 2006;
1 yr. lease, 5 bdrm. house. 930 Dewey;
734-769-6683 or sbery@comcastrnet
AVAILABLE NOW EFFICIENCY at 804
Monroe behind Law Library parking avail-
able nearby $550 + electric call Cap-
po/Deinco 734-996-1991 or visit us at
www.cappomanagementcom
AVAILABLE NOW
Spacious unfurnished efficiency, two blocks
to business and law, hardwood floors.
734-944-2405.
CAMPUS 6 BDRMS. E Univ. Sept '06. 3
lighted parking, free ldry., 2 fridge, 1g.
kitchen, +dining area. Cable ready. Very
nice. Well maintained by owner. No mgmt.
company. $3090. 426-9437.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT
A wide variety of Eff., 1 & 2 bdrn.
apartments still available for next fall.
Quality and convenience have never looked
so good and been so affordable.
Call Justin today @ 734-663-4101
or on the web at www.campusmgtcom
COZY & CUTE 3 bdrm. Bums Park home,
hardwood floors, parking, walk to schools,
grocery, UM, No smoking. $1500/month.
Call 734-395-6032.
DOWNTOWN, PRIVATE 2 bdrm. apt.
Stove and fridge incl. Parking avail. Fall and
Winter leases. For more infomation, call
days 662-7888 or evenings 995-2433.
EXECUTIVE RENTAL
You bring your suitcase & we provide every-
thing else. No hassle flex. lease terms avail.
immed. 741-9300 annarborapartments.net
EXTREMELY CLEAN! FURN. and unfurn.
rms. & 2 bdrm. apts. in nice neighborhood on
campus. Prkg., free intemet, wshr./dryer on
premises; well-maintained. Chris, 222-4700.
FOR FALL '06.4 bdrms, basement,
washer/dryer, no pets, no smkg., free prkg.,
furnished. $1995/mo. + utils. 734-424-2630.
GREAT ROOMS ABOUT U of M Campus
$500-$690 all included. With utilities, A/C,
prkg., phone, and cable available. Four or
eight month avail. Call 973-7368.
GREAT ROOMS FOR RENT in heart of
UM. Fully fum., 3 or 7 month lease, free
ldry., prkg. avail. 734-475-2577.
HOUSE FOR 5/6, 852 Brookwood
$2400/mo. Prkg., fireplace, porch, wshr.-
/dryer, dish wshr & Ig. bdrms. 248-214-8708.
HOUSES FOR FALL '06 - Quaint 4 bed-
room houses on central campus, furnished.
Great locations. Please call:
Amvest Property Management
734-663-3050 Amvestproperty.com
HSES 7-8 PEOPLE. Nicely fum. Lg. Bdnns.
hardwood firs., prkg. Sept.-Sept. $3995-
$4200. Pepper's Properties. 810-231-0229.
HUNT PARK BLOCK. 3 bdrm., I bath.,
1500 sq. ft 1926 brick house. Hdwd. floors,
new kitchen, bath, and porch. Walk down-
town. Ideal for couple or small family. Call
248-953-5771 eves.

Amvest Property Management.
734-663-3050. Amvestproperty.com
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY- DOWN-
TOWN/CAMPUS area apartments at RE-
DUCED RATES. For additional information
please contact Wilson Whte Co., Inc.
734.995.9200. Equal Housing Opportunity.
LARGE FURNISHED 2 or 3 bdm. apt. on
S. State, Near UM bus stop, 5 min. to Mich.
Union. Avail. now, winter, fall '06. Heat &
water incl. Balc., A/C, prkg., ldry. $950
-$1450. No smkgno pets. 734-996-3539 or
734678-7250. ehtseng@comcast.net
LEASING FOR
Spring/Fall 2006
Efficiency, Studio
1,2 &3 Bedrooms
Homes
Wilson White Co. Inc.
734.995.9200
Equal Housing Opportunity
LOW SEC. DEP., $1,200 OFF W/ 1 YR.
LSE.! Great North Campus loc. Lg. apts.
Heat incl. & pets O.K. Beautiful, landscaped
grounds, lg. walk-in closets. 734-663-8463.
NEED HOUSING FOR FALL 2006?
Fantastic Apartments, Great Houses.
Convenient Central Campus locations.
Stop by our office for a complete brochure!
Campus Rentals
734-665-8825
www.campusrealty.com
NORTH CAMPUS 1 & 2 bdrm. apts. w/
short-term leases avail. Dogs welcome. Im-
mediate & January move-ins avail. 741-9657.
NOW LEASING 2006-07
Efficiencies, 1, 2, & 3 Bedrooms!
Furnished, heat & water included,
FREE parking and Ethernet!
Call today for an appointment to see!
Prime Student Housing
761-8000 primesh.com
*Varies by location.
NOW LEASING FOR
2006-2007
Studio, One andTwo Bedroom apartments
POST REALTY
Please see our website for more information:
www.postrealtyproperties.com
Call us today at 734-761-8220.
OLD WEST SIDE duplex. Two units avail-
able. Each 3 bdrms., 1.5 baths. Pets wel-
come. Affordable rent. Call 944-5522.
OWN ROOM: SHARE quiet, beautifully re-
stored, older home w/ grad. students. Cam-
pus/Kerrytown. Hardwood firs. Non-smkg.
No pets. 994-3157 or arborprops.com
RENT ME I'M A GREAT House!
LOCATION BDRM. BATH. PRKG. TERM

H-eat O inU cl. Robert: 7349-8839na.

CAMPUS CLEANERS: PROF. Dry Clean-
ing & Ldry. Free summer storage. 1305 S.
University next to Campus Rental. 662-1906.
THESIS EDITING. LANGUAGE, organiza-
tion, format. All disciplines. 25 yrs. exp.
996-0566 or writeon@htdconnect.com
WISE HEALTHCARE CHOICE. 4 treat-
ments and evaluation $75. Chiropractic Dr.,
30 yrs. experience. Call 734.994.5966.
!!!BARTENDER WANTED!!! $300 a day
potential, Age 18+ ok. No experience neces-
sary, training provided. 800-965-6520 x 125.
$9.00/HR. MICHIGAN TELEFUND is now
hiring. Awesome Resume Builder! Apply on-
line: www.telefund.umich.edu or 763-4400.
ALL STUDENTS
Great pay, flex. around classes, no experi-
ence needed, customer sales/service, all ages
17 and older, conditions apply, call
734-994-3804.
BARTENDER POSITIONS! MAKE UP TO
$300/shift! No exp. req., flexible hours, great
pay! Call 800-8064)085 ext 1445.
CAMPAIGN JOB HELP to increase mini-
mum wage in Michigan!! Help the Michigan
Democratic Party build support for a higher
minimum wage and get Democrats elected.
Call Chris today: 222-8010.
DENTAL ASSISTANT P/T Fri. mornings.
Please contact 904-5635 or fax 429-0502.
DO YOU LOVE to clean? Come help me
keep my house tidy and organized. Must be
reliable, hardworking. Non-smkr. only.
$10/hr., 4-5 hr./week. 668-8368.
EXPERIENCED WATER AEROBIC instuc-
tor with day & evening availablity for pre-
mier A2 fitness center. Current CPR & aqua
certification req. Submit resume via fax to
734.665.6353, attn: Group Fitness Director
or email to: groupfitness@libertyathletic.net
GET PAID TO Drive a Brand New Car!
Now paying drivers $800-$3200 a month.
Pick up your free car key today.
www.fleecarkey.com
HELP CREATE A FAMILY
We are looking for egg donors in the Detroit
Metro, Ann Arbor, and Ypsilanti areas.
$4000 compensation to healthy women be-
tween the ages of 20-29 to be anonymous
egg donors. Donors will be evaluated, take
medication, and undergo a minor surgical
procedure. Serious inquiries only. Contact
ARR - Alternative Reproductive Resources
at 248-723-9979 or go to www.arrl.com
JIMMY JOHN'S IS seeking delivery drivers
and sandwich makers for all Ann Arbor loca-
tions. Potential to make up to $20/hr. Apply
in person at any Jimmy John's location.
LOANS! LOANS! LOANS! Working or self-
employed? Are you looking for starting capi-
tal? Need to expand or start a small business?
We can help! For fast approval and no up-
front fees! Call 1-866-796-2915.
MODELS WANTED. Male/females for fine
art photography in Ann Arbor. All types.
No nudity req. Call 734646-3111.
NEED CLERICAL HELP! 10-5hrs/wk.
Flexible hours. Call 734-995-7246, ext. 245.
NETWORK DIRECT INC., est. 1971 is cur-
rentlyiaccepting applications for ambitious,
energetic, self-motivated individuals who
love to travel. As an account executive we
conduct public-speaking seminars at major
universities. If you can effectively interact
with college students this will be a career of
a lifetime. We have extensive training with a
great support staff and opportunity for career
advancement. Starting pay: 80K-20K. Con-
tact Heath Cole: 913-706-2254 or email at
hcole@networkdirect.com

cine. Participants in this study will be paid at
least $100 for completion of 3 visits this year.
You may be a good candidate for this study
if you are:
* Between 18-48 years of age
* In good health
* Willing to receive either the vaccine or
placebo - 5 out of 6 participants will receive
vaccine
* Willing to provide a blood specimen on
three occasions this year and twice next year
* Willing to have a throat swab specimen col-
lected if you have a respiratory illness during
flu season
For more information contact study staff:
call 734-615-8331 or toll free 877-452-0012
View our website at
www.umich.edu/-fluvacs
IRBMED #2004-0334
SALES/DESIGNER FULL OR part time.
Send resume or fill out application at Ken's
Nielsen Flowers at 1115 Broadway, corner of
Plymouth and Maiden Lane.
SCOREKEEPERS IS HIRING cooks, wait-
resses, and floormen for the football season
& academic year. Bring in your school sched-
ule and apply today!!
310 Maynard
734.995.0100
STUDENT WORK
$14.50 base-appt., flex. hours, no experience
needed, sales/service, conditions exist, all
ages 17+, call (734) 994-3804.
WE PAY UP to $75 per online survey
www.MoneyAuthor.com
WOLVERINESNEEDJOBS.COM
We need Paid survery takers in Ann Arbor.
100% FREE to join. Click on Surveys.
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 $275 for partici-
pation. For more info., call 1-800-742-2300,
#2000 or email possibilities@umich.edu
www.umich.edu/~possibil
BABYSITTER NEEDED FOR active 2 yr.
old boy. We are seeking an enthusiastic play-
mate w/ an understanding of how children de-
velop w/ play. Ref. & infant care exp. req.
Child development or teaching background
pref. We are w/in walking distance of UM.
$8-10/hr. Contact shawna@shopallstate.com
BABYSITTER WANTED FOR 6 mo. old
and 3 yr. old boysin our home 1Imile from
campus. Prefer Mon. afternoons, 3 hrs. Req.:
I wknd. evening every other week and 4 day
time hrs. the opposite Sundays. Occas. addi-
tional evenings, own transportation a must.
213-0065.
CHILD CARE/HOUSE HELP. 15/20
hrs/week; Call Barb at 214-7694.
RESPONSIBLE, PART-TIME NANNY
with flexible hours for 3 small children.
Must have car. Contact Jean. 734-944-7303.
SEEKING EXPERIENCED, DEPEND-
ABLE child care for two boys ages 2 & 4.
Sundays 10 am-12:30 pm. Good pay. 5 min.
from campus. 668-8510.

* ***** **** ***** **** ***** *** **** **** **
YOST ARENA AND FANTASY A7TIC
COSTUMES present:
HALLOWEEN SCARY SKATE
Featuring pumpking curling & costume con-
tests! Thursday October 27th 8:00 pm @
Yost Ice Arena. For more information call
the arena 734-764-4600.

I

SPRING BREAK - Early Booking Specials -
FREE Meals & Drinks - $50 Deposit -
800-234-7007 www.endlesssummertours.com
WANTED: WILL BUY single and season
tickets to UM football. Will pay top dollar
www.mtctickets.com & 866-682-8499.

read

,daily'

WANTED
DIRTY FRATERNITY SHOWERS.
AXE SHOWER GEL IS IN SEARCH OF
AMERICAS NASTIEST, GRIMIEST, MOST
BROKEN DOWN FRATERNITY SHOWER
IN ORDER TO MAKE IT THE PLACE TO
ENTERTAIN. THE WINNING SHOWER
RECEIVES A $15,000 OVERHAUL, PLUS
A STEAMY PARTY WITH OUR VERY OWN
AXE ANGELS.
TO LEARN MORE AND ENTER, VISIT
WWW.PIMPMYFRATERNITYSHOWER.COM
CONT EST ENDS 10/28/05
Vd'eeprohibA4W. Nopuchasenecessaey.Muet be 18oroider. Openonlyt
enoSegawor.ere nerembemaocoy enims

DO YOU QUALIFY? Find out!
www.hogtownusa.org
FREE LONG DISTANCE phone service.
No cost, no obligation, no fooling.
Go to: http://www.myadcalls.com/6341

PREGNANT? CONSIDER ADOPTION.
Michele and Rick seek to adopt a newborn
baby. Interested? 1-877-72CHILD.

THURSDAY SPECIAL
REGGAE NIGHT
BILL~theKI
UIPSTAIRS a CHARLE Y'S www.G0OD-TIME-CHARLEYS.com
1140 SOUTH UNIVERSITY AT CHURCH 734-668-8411TRDI,

916 Mary 7
418 E. Kingsley A 6
418 E. Kingsley B 7
1522 Geddes 7
926 Sylvan 7
909 Sylan 8
927 S. State 6
933 S. State 7
1303 S. State 6
817 McKinley 7
1012 Michigan 6
1601 S. University 4+St.
818 Brown 6

3J
2
2
3J
3J
3J
2J
3
3J
3J
3J
2J
2

6
3
4
7
6
7
4
3
5
6
6
4
4

May
M or S
MorS
Sept
M or S
M or S
May
May
Sept.
May.
M or S
Sept.
Sept.

St.=Study M=May S=Sept. J=Jacuzzi
All have been completely remodeled. Oak
floors, 2 fridges, trash compactor, dwshr. 3
have central A/C, rest have room A/C.
Call 973-7368, www.allnandproperties.com
SPACIOUS 7 BDRM. hse. Recently repo-
vated, 1g. kitch., 3 full baths., lg. rear deck,
prkg. for 6, near central campus + Kerry-
town. $3500/mo. (734) 747-6372.
TREE CITY PROPERTIES
Houses Available 2006

For Thursday, Oct. 27, 2005
ARIES
(March 21 to April 19)
This is an excellent day at work. The
resources of others are available to you.
(Everyone shows up for work!) This
evening, a curious health issue might
arise. (Nothing serious.)
TAURUS
(April 20 to May 20)
Today's Moon is in Virgo, your fellow
Earth sign. This bodes well for you! All
your dealings with others will go
smoothly. Parents should be vigilant
about childhood accidents late in the
day.
GEMINI
(May 21 to June 20)
Things go beautifully at work today.
In large measure, this is because of your
optimistic, positive attitude. People are
attracted to anyone who is upbeat!
CANCER
(June 21 to July 22)
Your creative vibes are hot today. Not
only that, you feel flirtatious and playful.
This is a good day for financial specula-
tion, working in the arts and dealing with
children.
LEO
(July 23 to Aug. 22)
Real estate deals are profitable today!
In fact, everything to do with home, fam-
ily and your domestic life can prosper.
Watch out for money loss late in the day.
VIRGO

(Nothing big - but stay on your toes.)
SCORPIO
(Oct. 23 to Nov. 21)
This is a very fortunate time for you!
The Sun, Mercury and Jupiter are in
your sign. In addition, Saturn is finally at
the top of your chart for the first time in
29 years.
SAGITTARIUS
(Nov. 22 to Dec. 21)
What you need right now is more soli-
tude, peace and quiet. Therefore, work
alone if you can. Your ability to research
material and delve into things is excel-
lent.
CAPRICORN
(Dec. 22 to Jan. 19)
Schmooze with others today. Talk to
groups, associations and friends. Be
careful this evening, because a mild
accident influence is present.
AQUARIUS
(Jan. 20 to Feb. 18)
This is an excellent day to talk to par-
ents, bosses and authority figures in your
life. They will be surprisingly receptive
to your requests. Late in the day, the
opposite is the case.
PISCES
(Feb. 19 to March 20)
This is a good day, for travel plans or
to promote ideas related to publishing
and the media. Be patient with cranky
partners late in the day. (Sometimes
you're cranky, too.)
YOU BORN TODAY You're witty,
fain, -. ina andl anernaeti Pannlo lnvu

WEEKEND/WEEKDAY
FOR 8 year old. Call
734-709-7799.

BABYSITTER
734-997-9495 or

7 bdrm:
6 Bdrm:
6 Bdrm:
5 Bdrm:
4 Bdrm:
4 Bdrm:

1102 Prospect
1108 Prospect
340 S. Division
407 Hamilton
812 Packard
905 Packard

$4200
$4000
$3800
$3200
$2600
$2300

May '06
Fall '06
Fall '06
Fall '06
Fall '06
May '06

More hses. and apts. available on the website!
www.treecityproperties.com
734-994-8733
UNIQUE 12 BEDROOM/3.5 bathroom man-

ACT NOW - SPRING BREAK 2006
Book Early & Save. Lowest Prices. Hottest

Back to Top

© 2017 Regents of the University of Michigan