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man herself who should be pressured.
In a letter dated March 23, Gary Krenz, special counsel to the
president, responded to SOLE's repeated requests, emphasizing
that the issue requires Coleman's attention because of long-term
implications for the University's future business relationships.
"It requires careful consideration as to whether and how it is a
better, or more feasible, approach to achieving the goals that we
all share - namely, enforcement of the Vendor Code of Conduct
and fostering of just behavior on the part of those who make prod-
ucts bearing the name and marks of our institution," he wrote.
SOLE resorted to protests and "more disruptive" methods to
push the issue only after Coleman repeatedly refused to meet with
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students, said LSA freshman Blase Kearney, who organized yes-
SOLE members also fasted for the day as part of the protest to
represent workers earning "starvation wages" - a feat particularly
difficult given the free food on the Diag yesterday, Kearney said.
Turnout was unexpectedly high, SOLE member Adri Miller
said. Sporting red armbands and chanting slogans, about 50 stu-
dents and community members marched.
Miller, an RC sophomore, said she was impressed with the
diverse crowd the protest attracted.
"These are not the people who would normally turn out," she
said, which she cited as proof that workers' rights are important to
a wide swath of the campus community.
About 15 universities, including Georgetown and the Universi-
ty of Wisconsin at Madison, have already adopted the Designated
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recruiting and catering to young
members may be the cause.
Forman said during his presi-
dency membership "definitely was
weighted toward elder alumni."
That is changing.
Although the decline was
evenly spread among different
segments of the membership,
the association plans to place an
emphasis on career services for
25- to 38-year-old alumni.
By improving services to help
connect alumni within profes-
sional fields, the association
hopes to attract younger alums
who are new to the business
world. They also plan to sponsor
networking activities for recent
Helen Peters, who worked as an
assistant under Forman and Graf-
ton, said the new focus on youth
is making older alumni unhappy.
Membership has been on the
rise for the last 10 years. It was at
86,000 in 1996, 99,000 in 2001
and 108,000 last year.
The University boasts the
fourth-largest association in the
country. About a quarter of grad-
uates - 108,000 out of the esti-
mated 425,000 living Michigan
alumni - are registered mem-
bers. The national average is less
than 19 percent.
The association said the recent
drop in membership is not a
shock because it is consistent
with membership drops at other
"We're concerned, not pan-
icked," Alumni Association
spokeswoman Cat Niekro said.
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For Thursday, March 30, 2006
(March 21 to April 19)
Some of you have increased responsi-
bilities with children now. Nevertheless,
all of you have an opportunity to dis-
cover how you can best express your
(April 20 to May 20)
Make improvements to where you live
now. It's important for you to feel good
about your home and your domestic
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Think about how you can communi-
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your daily bread, but you want to enjoy
doing so! (And why not?)
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energy too thin. Just focus on what is
already on your plate.
(Aug. 23 to Sept. 22)
Increased solitude will help you to sort
out some important changes that await
you in the next few years. Your first step
(Oct. 23 to Nov. 21)
At this time in your life, you see more
clearly what is working and what is not.
Once you are able to determine what is
not working, be swift to move on!
(Nov. 22 to Dec. 21)
This is most definitely a time of prepa-
ration for you. The goals that you seek to
accomplish are within your grasp now.
Lay the groundwork so that you're ready
for them in two years.
(Dec. 22 to Jan. 19)
Because some resources from others
are now diminished, your own independ-
ence is being tested. You can handle this.
You're a determined perfectionist who is
(Jan. 20 to Feb. 18)
Don't be afraid to take charge of your
own independence. You're starting to
focus on your external world now. Some
of you are breaking free from relation-
ships. All of you are going places!
(Feb. 19 to March 20)
At times, you might feel over-
whelmed, but you can handle all the
responsibilities that you now bear. This
is a time of hard work, and hard work
always brings its own payoff.
YOU BORN TODAY You know how
to seduce others with strong opinions
and big ideas. You're intense and work