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The Michigan Daily - Thursday, February 9, 2006 - 7A

*MPP
Continued from page 1A
observers had speculated MPP could
be seen as too inexperienced to run

are heading up the
Defend Affirmati
not yet announced
Fox cosponsor
lution to create t
Review SelectC

the assembly. task is to monitor
The party's slogan is "Better hous- When asked w
ing, better classes, a better student said: "My involve
government." reflection of my b
Fox and Nowinski will face current S4M is an u
MSA Vice President Nicole Stallings aims to include
and Chief of Staff Justin Paul, who sentative of all st
OSCR or work
HOTLINE on an individu
Continued from page 1A said. If student
they can leave
ing 911." answering mach
The line is available from 8 will get back t
a.m to 5 p.m. Monday through business day.
Friday. Yet some st
When students call the line, a feel the phone i
machine directs them to the office because most h
they need to consult. Then the at night.
staff member handles the specific "Eight to five
situation and decides whether it's something as de
appropriate to call DPS, consult LSA junior Ay
FUNDING
Continued from page 1A
ment on the content of the budget until it is offi-
cially released tomorrow.
University administration first heard the rumor
from the Gongwer Michigan Report a daily news-

e ticket for S4M. The
ve Action Party has
d its candidates.
red the recent reso-
he Event Financial
Committee, whose
r MSA spending.
hy she defected, Fox
ement with MPP is a
elief in them."
mbrella party that
candidates repre-
tudents on campus.
with the students
ual level, Eklund
s call after 5 p.m,
a message on the
pine and the office
to them the next
udents said they
ine is "pointless"
ate crimes occur
is not enough for
elicate as racism,"
yodele Alli said.

This practice has led students such
as Nowinski to complain that S4M
has no platform.
"It doesn't stand for anything spe-
cific," Nowinski told the Daily last
December.
Paul, S4M's vice presidential can-
didate, intoned that Fox could give
preferential treatment to progressive
groups like PIRGIM if elected.
"I can promise that Nicole and I will
treat all students in a fair and unbiased
way," Paul said.
Alli is a member of the African
Students Association and the
Black Student Union.
Eklund said her office also has
plans to create a website where
students can file online reports.
The line will also give the
Dean of Students Office an orga-
nized way to track the number of
hate crimes or bias incidents that
occur each year.
"By having a single place to
call, it will allow a single report to
come out each year," Eklund said.

letter covering Michigan state government and pol-
itics, University spokeswoman Julie Peterson said.
Gongwer reported recently that Granholm has
dropped hints about a possible increase to the
state's higher education budget.
The article also contained details about the bud-
get increases, which the reporter received from an
anonymous source.

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For Thursday, Feb. 9, 2006
ARIES
(March 21 to April 19)
Your focus is on home, family and
domestic matters today. Something new
and unexpected could cause a bit of fric-
tion with someone. However, by evening
all is well.
TAURUS
(April 20 to May 20)
This is a busy day! Conversations with
neighbors, siblings and daily colleagues
keep you hopping. Don't let others dis-
courage you. By bedtime you're happy.
GEMINI
(May 21 to June 20)
Money, finances.and paying bills have
your attention today. Keep track of your
cash flow. Figure out what you owe and
what you own. Information is power.
CANCER
(June 21 to July 22)
The Moon in your sign today makes
you more emotional; however, it also
energizes you! Things will go your way.
Be patient with partners. Pleasure and
romance favor you tonight. Ooh la la!
LEO
(July 23 to Aug. 22)
Try to hide today. You need some
peace and quiet. Work by yourself if you
can, or at least work behind the scenes.
Keep a low profile.
VIRGO
(Aug. 23 to Sept. 22)
Friend, are imnortnnt to ouio aA

You.feel restless today! You want a lit-
tle adventure in your life. You also want
to learn something new. To satisfy these
urges, do something you've never done
before (or go someplace different and
new).
SAGITTARIUS
(Nov. 22 to Dec. 21)
No matter what you do today, you'll
feel things intensely! This is not an ideal
day to figure out how to share things.
Wait until tomorrow.
CAPRICORN
(Dec. 22 to Jan. 19)
The Moon is opposite your sign today,
and this draws your attention to others,
especially partners and spouses. You
have strong feelings but are hesitant to
express them. By late evening, you're
more relaxed.
AQUARIUS
(Jan. 20 to Feb. 18)
Make every effort to get better organ-
ized today. This will please you if you
do. Don't expect too much - be satis-
fied with whatever you achieve.
PISCES
(Feb. 19 to March 20)
This is a fun-loving, flirtatious day!
You want to play. Relax and enjoy
friends.rTime spent with children will
also be rewarding.
YOU BORN TODAY People certainly
remember you! You're colorful, enter-
taining and quite frank. Your spontaneity
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