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REACH OUT
Continued from page 1A
elimination of similar programs
at the elementary and high school
level as well as satellite programs in
Detroit and Ypsilanti.
Remaining is the core of the program
- the one-on-one interaction with the
mentor and student. The personal style
accommodates students' individual
learning styles, which traditional school
systems often do not have the resources
to address.
"The school system is not working for
many children," Cherniak said. "It needs
innovation. I think Reach Out is a really
good start - it adds a young, passionate
person to the team who can then advo-
cate for the child."
Mentor volunteers devote at least one
day a week to meeting with a child at
school. Many mentors further build their
relationships with the children by meet-
ing with their teachers and visiting their
homes.
Organizers envision creating similar
programs at other universities, making
Reach Out a national organization compa-
rable in size to Big Brothers Big Sisters.
"It's an ingenious little model," said
Flood. "There are (University) students
that need to see the way other people
live and you have students that need help
- it's a really powerful way to meet in
the middle ground."
Lasovage is anxious to conduct
research tracking the program's progress
while working on expansion.
"We consider Reach Out to be a move-
ment," she said. "The coolest things in
our nation have always been grass-
roots."

ALUM
Continued from page 1A
ers began approaching her for help defending
controversial books, Mammino took an active
role in the association, speaking as a panelist at
a national censorship convention and eventually
joining the board.
Although Mammino says she has always
been aware of civil liberties issues, she cred-
its her years at the University with cultivating
her interest. She graduated from the University
in 1968 with an undergraduate degree in Eng-
lish, and later completed a master's degree and
teaching certificate.
Politically active classmates and a campus
teach-in protesting the Vietnam War exposed
Mammino to new ways of thinking.
"That was a big awakening for me in my
freshman year," she said. "(Michigan) broad-
ened my world and made me a much more
complex person."
It was at the University that Mammino got
what would be the first of many jobs working
in a book co-op in the basement of the Michi-
gan Union. There, she says, she was further
exposed to a wide variety of people.
"I remember ringing up books one day for a
transvestite guy who had a huge red beard and
wore a girl scout uniform," she said. "We had a
great conversation."
Although Mammino says she's never been a
"joiner," visits to a living room on Hill Street
that would later become The Ark, and to an
Ann Arbor high school gym to watch a young
Bob Dylan perform for 75 cents, kept Mammi-
no abreast of shifting opinions. Still, she said it
wasn't until she returned for graduate school at
the height of antiwar protests that she became
intimately involved with demonstrations and
marches.
"When I came back to Michigan, things
were really tumultuous ... because of the war,"

Mammino said. "I became very politically
active."
After graduation, she bounced around from
job to job as a high school English teacher, a
counselor, a social worker - even to a brief
stint as a sheep shearer in New Zealand. Mam-
mino is the first to admit she never expected
to hold a day job for more than a few years,
let alone return to her conservative hometown
after her years in Ann Arbor.
She considers herself a necessary oddity in
Rochester.
"I'm sort of the piece of grit in the oyster
shell," she explained.
Throughout Mammino's life, she said it
has been the demand for an advocate and
the need for free expression that has moti-
vated her to act.
"If you want a diversity of ideas, you need a
diversity of outlets," she said.
Mammino explained her philosophy of vari-
ety with an analogy.
"I once had a picture in my mind of how
interesting it would be if every Coke bottle was
different," she said.
Even compared to her experiences in the
1970s, Mammino says she is shocked by the
current political climate and provisions in the
Patriot Act that allow the government to review
library records.
"To me, civil liberties issues at the moment
are more serious and more dangerous than at
any time during my 58 years on this planet,"
she said.
After her term with the association ends,
Mammino expects to remain active with cen-
sorship issues as the need presents itself, but
hopes to refocus on the nation's income gap
between the rich and poor and its growing pov-
erty, particularly in Detroit.
Mammino continues to play many roles, but
to the snow-boot clad six-year-old bouncing
down the creaking pine steps into her shop for
the first time, she is simply "the book lady."

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For Thursday, Jan. 19, 2006
ARIES
(March 21 to April 19)
Get ready for a popular four to six
weeks ahead. People want to see your
face! Enjoy good times with friends,
clubs, organizations and professional
associations.
TAURUS
(April 20 to May 20)
The Sun is slowly moving across the
top of your chart. When it's at high noon
like this, it calls attention to you. It's like
a spotlight on you!
GEMINI
(May 21 to June 20)
Today the Sun moves into Aquarius,
your fellow air sign. This is a lovely ben-
efit for the next four weeks!
Opportunities to travel, study and
explore publishing and the media will
come your way.
CANCER
(June 21 to July 22)
It's time to focus on debt, bills, shared
property and insurance matters. In the
next few weeks, try to clean up loose
details in these areas.
LEO
(July 23 to Aug. 22)
Today the Sun moves opposite your
sign. This is a good chance for you to
learn more about your style of relating to
others. They'll act like a mirror for you.
VIRGO
(Aun. 23 to Sent. 22)

on vacation.
SCORPIO
(Oct. 23 to Nov. 21)
You can expect to deal with home,
family and domestic issues more than
usual now. Perhaps a parent will be in
your life more than usual?
SAGITTARIUS
(Nov. 22 to Dec. 21)
In the next few weeks, you'll be busy
running errands, talking to siblings, buy-
ing and selling, and reading, writing and
studying more. Busy you!
CAPRICORN
(Dec. 22 to Jan. 19)
As the Sun changes signs today, it
shifts your awareness to how you earn a
living, what you spend your money on,
and what you really value in life.
(Something to think about.)
AQUARIUS
(Jan. 20 to Feb. 18)
Today the Sun enters your sign for the
next four weeks. This means it's your
turn to recharge your batteries for the
rest of the year!
PISCES
(Feb. 19 to March 20)
You need to lie low and take it easy.
Work alone or behind the scenes if you
can. This is a time of quiet preparation,
rest and relaxation.
YOU BORN TODAY You're highly
creative. Whatever you do, you do with
flair. Because of this, people admire you.
Your forceful style of expression and

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