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FARMER
From page 1
the tax on the health workers'
and patients' morale when they
aren't provided with modern
treatment.
Retroactive viral therapy reduces
the intensity of tuberculosis and
AIDS to a manageable state that
Farmer compared to living with
diabetes.
"Do we really know what it costs
not to do this right?" he asked.
"What's the cost of inaction?"
Farmer then defended his work
from a financial perspective. He
said that by next year it should cost
less than 50 cents per day to treat
each AIDS patient at Partners in
Health field sites.
He listed several charity organi-
zations that have gotten involved
with improving health care in Afri-
ca over the 10 years.
APARTMENT
From page 1
happy about it," Kilibarda said of
the demolition. "I'm not exactly too
happy about it."
Perlman said he hopes that his
proposed plans go before the Plan-
ning Commission within the next
few weeks. If approved, he said
Zaragon plans to begin construc-
tion this fall and finish by May
2009.
Anberay was the focus a multi-
year court battle in 2001 over the
designation of historic districts.
The building lost its historic des-
ignation after the case ended.
Jill Thatcher, Ann Arbor's his-

Farmer ended his speech by say-
ing he wished universities would.
concentrate more on humanitarian
service. He said every concentra-
tion could create an opportunity
for its students to serve struggling
communities.
Farmer's point seemed to hit
home with the audience.
Students going into the medical
field idolize Farmer for his work,
second-year Medical student Alex-
andra Kejner said.
"Medical students start with all
these ideals about saving the world,
and he actually does it," she said.
Farmer has even inspired a Uni-
versity student group called Cross-
ing Borders.
Created two years ago, the group
works to apply university research
to real problems faced by the devel-
oping world.
Crossing Borders members vol-
unteered to usher the event just so
they could attend it, several said.
toric preservation coordinator, said
many people are still upset about
Anberay being stripped of its his-
toric status.
Because of the court decision,
Zaragon doesn't need to abide by
any historic restrictions.
"It's simply an old building,"
Perlman said.
Proponents of the plan empha-
size the building's run-down condi-
tion as further justification of the
proposed plans.
Kilibarda, though, disagrees.
"I don't think it's decrepit at
all," she said. "They've really fixed
it up. Our unit was completely
renovated the summer before we
moved in."

SDS
From page 1
ing so that people control their own
lives," he said.
SDS decides which issues it will
address by group consensus.
"Utopian as it sounds, it's work-
ing out really well," Roney said.
Despite nearly four decades of
dormancy, students were enthusi-
astic and hopeful.
"SDS is not here to raise aware-
ness," said LSA junior Kelly Sim-
mons, one of the group's organizers.
"We're here to do something."
At the meeting, Haber spoke
about SDS's past. Vietnam became

a focus because it had become a
menace to student life, he said.
SDS's work against the Vietnam
War began with protests against
the draft like teach-ins.
Haber called for a nationwide
activist movement because the
war in Iraq "cuts through every
issue."
But Roney was quick to correct a
misconception about SDS.
"We are not the anti-war group
here on campus," Roney said,
referring to the newly-formed
Anti-War Action. "AWA has that
title and we don't want to step on
their toes."
Instead, he described SDS as a
labor union for students that will

organize around a variety of issues.
Other student groups including
- By Any Means Necessary, Anti-
War Action and Students Orga-
nizing for Labor and Economic
Equality - were also represented
at Sunday's meeting.
In addition to issues dealing
with the Iraq war, members agreed
to work for University temporary
workers rights. .
Two University temporary
workers said that under the cur-
rent policies they could be laid off
at any time for any reason.
They claimed they could then be
hired back weeks later to maintain
their status as temporary workers,
denying them benefits and higher

Tuesday, February 13, 2007 - 7
wages thatthe University would be
forced to grant them after working
for a certain period of time.
The workers refused to reveal
their names because they said they
were afraid of being fired.
Calling their situation "inden-
tured servitude," they asked for the
group's help in gaining recognition
from the University.
The audience agreed that Uni-
versity workers' rights would
be a good starting point for the
renewal of SDS activity on cam-
pus.
The group also discussed taking
on issues like monopolies in the stu-
dent housing and textbook markets
in Ann Arbor.

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tar Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2007
ARIES
(March 21lto April 19)
Private time or time spent alone will
please you today. You need some soli-
tude in order to sort things out and pull
your act together before you take it on
the road.
TAURUS
(April 20 to May 20)
This is a wonderful day to schmooze
with friends! Enjoy the company of oth-
ers. In particular, artistic friends and.
younger people (especially from your
past) will provide delightful company
fior yasu.
GEMINI
(May 21 to June 20)
Quite likely, you'll be asked to give
your artistic or creative input at work.
This could involve design, layout, redec-
orating or making something look more
attractive somehow. (Clever you.)
CANCER
(June 21 to July 22)
Travel for pleasure pleases you now
and in the next few weeks. Today is a
good day to make money in areas con-
nected with publishing, the media, legal
matters and medicine.
LEO
(July 23 to Aug. 22)
Be on the lookout for gifts, goodies
and favors from others today. These
things will definitely come your way.
Don't worry about attached strings -
just say "thank you."
VIRGO
(Aug. 23 to Sept. 22)
This is a great day to talk to partners,
close friends and members of the general
public. Sign contracts. Make deals. The
expertise of others will benefit you.
LIBRA
(Sept. 23 to Oct. 22)
Your ruler Venus is energized by Mars
today. This means that relations with co-
workers will be particularly productive;
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you might find new ways of improving
your job.
SCORPIO
(Oct. 23to Nov. 21)
Love affairs, romance, parties, fun
occasions and sports are favored today.
Playful activities with children will also
delight you. Enjoy your day, and have
fun!
SAGITTARIUS
(Nov. 22 to Dec. 21)
This is the perfect day to buy some-
thing beautiful for a family member or
for where you live. It's time to redeco-
rate or spruce up your digs.
CAPRICORN,
(Dec. 22 to Jan. 19)
This is an excellent day for negotia-
tions and signing contracts. It's also a
wonderful day to enjoy the company of
others, especially siblings.
AQUARIUS
(Jan. 20 to Feb. 18)
Profits and money can be made today.
(There's money in them that hills!) If
shopping, purchases of art and beautiful
things will please you and perhaps will
become a good investment.
PISCES
(Feb. 19 to March 20)
This is an excellent day to shop for
wardrobe items, because you like what
you see in the mirror. Enjoy conversa-
tions with partners and close friends.
YOU BORN TODAY You're a deter-
mined, energized force in this world!
When you want something, people step
aside. You seek out excitement and never
hesitate to express your opinions. Others
see you as being boldly uninhibited.
Nevertheless, you have a strong sense of
yourself. The year ahead is beautifully
social and friendly. It promotes all kinds
of relationships.
Birthdate of: Peter Gabriel, musician;
Stockard Channing, actress; Marc
Crawford, NHL coach.

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