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* PHELPS
Continued from page 1A
the Kansas congregation protests, to hold-
ing hands and forming a physical boundary
between the protesters and the public.
But the primary goal is to sell every seat
for the performance productions, said LSA
sophomore and Stonewall Democrats Co-
Chair Jaya Kalra.
Arrangements have also been made for a
Peace Team. This group of about 30 people
will receive 8 hours of formal training by the
Washtenaw Faith Action Network, to miti-
gate any tense situations and to ensure that
the day's events will remain violence-free.
"I really come from a place where to wit-
ness injustice and do nothing is injustice
served," said Gabe Javier, a Rackham stu-
dent and OFU organizer. Javier affirmed the
importance of the plans and said he believes
that an action of this type will help build a
community atmosphere.
"There's some disagreement as to whether
we should be out there," Kalra said. Some
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people in attendance at the first OFU meet-
ing felt that no action should be taken
because it would only draw attention to the
protesters present.
The last time Phelps's followers were at the
University, they protested an Office of LGBT
Affairs sponsored kiss-in in February 2001,
but Phelps was not present.
Even though it is unclear as to whether
Phelps will attend this time around, Kalra
said she doesn't believe it makes a differ-
ence in the big picture. "It's the same people
preaching the same kind of intense hatred,"
she said.
"I hate that he comes at all, I hate that he
has such an inflammatory message," Javier
said.
Addressing the accusations of being
extremists, Phelps-Roper said, "I don't give a
rats tu-tu what they say."
Phelps often receives criticism because
of the intense nature of his demonstrations
- even from members of the religious com-
munity.
Michael Ryan, Pastor of King of Kings

Lutheran Church in Ann Arbor, shared his
insight about Phelps's standing in the Chris-
tian community. "(Phelps) does not speak
for 99.999 percent of Christians. Hopefully
its even higher than that," he said.
King of Kings is one of the four churches
that Phelps's crew will protest at, and Ryan
suspects it may be because the church belongs
to the Evangelical Churches of America - an
organization that has views on human sexual-
ity that conflict with Phelps's.
Though they are still deciding, at this point
the church has no plans for a direct response.
"It seems that (the protesters) really want
publicity, we don't want to feed into that,"
Ryan said. Despite this stance, Ryan does
hope that as many local churches as possible
sign onto a public statement addressing the
issue of the scheduled protests.
Javier said that members of OFU hope that
their efforts will have positive effects on the
community and assert that the University is
not a place which will tolerate hate. "We're
organizing for equality, were organizing for
unity," he said.

COLEMAN
Continued from page 1A
meets with every day because such a distinction was
too simplistic."
"Sometimes I spend hours with the provost," she
said. "Other times I spend a great deal of time with
our CFO or with our VP for student services or with
any of the other VPs."
Presidents ranked U.S. News and World Report
rankings, a good record of student placement in jobs
and graduate school, favorable publicity and good
town-gown relations at the bottom of their list of con-
cerns.
The survey also asked presidents about their views
on other issues relating to higher education. When
asked if big-time college athletics are more of a liability
or an asset, 59 percent said they're more a hindrance.
Coleman said she disagrees.
"Having a strong, vibrant and respected intercolle-
giate athletics program is a great advantage for UM,"
she said.
Coleman said she agrees with the 77 percent of
presidents who think affirmative action has a relevant
place in college admissions.

Only 41 percent of presidents said they were well
prepared for their first presidential job. Again Cole-
man put herself in the minority.
"Since I have spent my entire life as an academic, I
was pretty well prepared," she said.
Coleman served as a professor, researcher, vice
chancellor and provost before she became president
of the University of Iowa in 1995, a post she held for
seven years before coming to Michigan in 2002. Her
resume is studded with experience at public schools
at the universities of Kentucky, North Carolina and
New Mexico.
Coleman said her biggest challenge as president is
the unrelenting pace of the job.
"The one factor that surprised me a bit about my
first position at Iowa was how often I would receive
requests to speak," she said, adding that she hates to
decline requests but often has to. "Anyone who does it
has to have a lot of energy."
Six percent of presidents who took the survey said
if they had to make the decision again, they would not
have become a college president. Coleman said she
agreed with the other 94 percent.
"This really is a dream job for me," she said. "I can
think of no better."

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ARIES
(March 21 to April 19)
Financial matters are extremely con-
fusing today. You're not sure whether to
act or not. In the end, someone in author-
ity decides to show you generosity.
TAURUS
(April 20 to May 20)
Either you're paralyzed today, or if
you act, your actions are misunderstood.
You're damned if you do and damned if
you don't! Ironically, at the end of the
day, others applaud you.
GEMINI
(May 21 to June 20)
You're so discouraged today that
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something dishonest. Don't do this. Your
self-respect matters more. By the end of
the day, the cavalry arrives!
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(June 21 to July 22)
Make sure you know the difference
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being a martyr. Don't let others take
advantage of you. By evening, partners
and children are happy with you again.
LEO
(July 23 to Aug. 22)
What starts out as an extremely con-
fusing day ends up as a rewarding,
happy and productive situation. Even
you are surprised.
VIRGO
(Aug. 23 to Sept. 22)

Feelings of inadequacy or fear of dis-
covery make you avoid someone today.
Nothing seems to go your way.
Therefore, you're surprised this evening
when everything turns out so well!
SAGITTARIUS
(Nov. 22 to Dec. 21)
You want to avoid an unpleasant situ-
ation today. You feel like hiding. You
also feel taken advantage of. Everything
improves enormously by late in the day.
CAPRICORN
(Dec. 22 to Jan. 19)
Your dealings with friends and groups
will discourage you today. You feel mis-
led, confused and let down by someone.
Ironically, at the end of the day, some-
thing restores your faith in everything.
AQUARIUS
(Jan. 20 to Feb. 18)
Don't blindly follow orders from
authority figures today. Things are not as
they appear. You could end up doing the
wrong thing. If you wait, with patience,
someone wiseand encouraging will
show you the way.
PISCES
(Feb. 19 to March 20)
Matters connected with foreign travel,
publishing, the media and higher educa-
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plussed. By evening, your confusion
turns into happy relief.
YOU BORN TODAY You have strong
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