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From page IA
began investigating the case
in April. The case is still open,
according to DPS spokeswoman
Diane Brown.
Because the incident is still
under investigation, Brown said
that she could neither confirm
nor deny the identity of the sus-
pect.
Brown said the alleged crime is
"fraudulent access to computers,sys-
tems, or networks to knowingly dis-
rupt a computer network or system."
Joe Golden, who was the MPP
website administrator at the time
of the attack, provided documents
showing a 2,000-percent increase
in the amount of traffic per individ-
ual visitor on the night of the elec-
tion compared to the day before.

Seventy-seven percent of the
traffic for the month was the
downloading of a single file on the
website more than 200,000 times.
After the incident, Golden noti-
fied the University's Information
Technology Security Services,
which conducted an investigation
of its own.
It was this investigation that
determined that Vuljaj was
involved in the attack, Fogel
said.
According to MSA minutes, on
Dec. 5, 2006, Vuljaj was appointed
vice chair of the MSA Community
Service Commission.
Commission chairs are nomi-
nated by MSA representatives and
are not required to be representa-
tives themselves.
Independent MSA Rep. Kenneth
Baker dismissed concerns about

Vuljaj's MSA involvement.
"What we saw in the elections
(was that) Tony made a mistake,"
he said. "But you'll not find any-
body in MSA who hasn't made a
mistake in the past. Nowhe's doing
a great job. I don't have a problem
with it."
The community service com-
mission, as Vuljaj describes it on
his campaign website, funds "vari-
ous student groups on campus that
participate in community service
activities."
The commission is one of MSA's
two funding bodies, and it receives
its funding from a $1 fee in each
student's tuition.
MSA President Nicole Stallings,
who ran on the S4M ticket last year,
and MAP presidential candidate
Zack Yost declined to comment for
this article.

YOST
From page lA
"I love campaign season," Yost
said. "It's really awesome to see
people so into it and so passion-
ate, It kind of gets you. I'm getting
choked up a little bit."
Yost never attributes plans or
ideas strictly to himself, instead he
always says "we," referring to him-
self and vice-presidential candidate
Mohammad Dar.
He described MAP - which he
co-founded last September in the
tradition of the election power-
house Students 4 Michigan Party
- as a non-partisan political party.
He's steadfast in maintaining that
broad appeal.
"That's how we might differ, at
least in part, from the Defend Affir-
mative Action Party,"

Yost said. "We as a party do not
bring political ideology to student
government."
While political activism on cam-
pus is important, some issues, like
the war in Iraq, extend outside stu-
dents' reach, Yost said. He said stu-
dents shouldn't try to affect politics
beyond the local or state level.
"We're talking about an inter-
national war," Yost said. "Keeping
your eye on the proper priorities is
something worth doing."
One of the goals on Yost's list of
goals is to improve communication
among members of the nearly two
dozen committees that make up
MSA.
Yost said he wants to make stu-
dents more aware of the progress
MSA makes.
"Information doesn't flow as
freely as it should," he said.

Monday, March 19, 2007 - 7A
Yost's MSA peers were univer-
sally supportive.
Nicole Stallings, the current
MSA president, saidshe has worked
closely with Yost on many proj-
ects throughout the last year. She
said he'd make a great president of
MSA.
"The thing that stands out about
Zack is that he really connects with
the other people in the assembly,"
she said.
Yost, who is Jewish, and Dar, an
active member of the Muslim Stu-
dents' Association, hope to ease
religious tensions among students,
Yost said.
"There is a lot of work to be done
between Jews and Muslims on this
campus," Yost said. "We think that
there is certainly a very unique
opportunity for the two of us for us
to do something productive."

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Part-time employees will be
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For Monday, March 19, 2007
ARIES
(March 21 to April 19)
You have to address something that
was done poorly before, and now you
have to do it again. This is a classic day
for cleanups and repairs.
TAURUS
(April 20 to May 20)
A friend or a group might oppose you
today. You might find that you are at
cross purposes with others. Perhaps
you'll have to agree to disagree.
GEMINI
(May 21 to June 20)
Powerful pressures from authority fig-
ures (this includes bosses and parents)
are likely today. This is not a good time
for a Mexican standoff. People want you
to account for yourself (Oops.)
CANCER
(Jane 2110o July 22)
Avoid political and religious argu-
ments today, You can't win. Besides,
there are none so deaf as those who are
wearing headphones (if you get my
drift).
LEO
(July 23 to Aug. 22)
Disputes about shared possessions are
likely today. Try to avoid these. This is
not a good day to engage in power strug-
gles with others. You will only encour-
age more opposition.
VIRGO
(Aug. 23 to Sept. 22)
The way you relate to others is being
tested today. You might have to make
radical changes in areas that are " no
longer working out.
LIBRA
(Sept. 23 to Oct. 22)
You might have to contend with the
breakdown of machinery and the need
for repairs at work. You might even feet
this influence with respect to your
health.

SCORPIO
(Oct. 23 toNov. 21)
Parents must be patient with children
today. Don't throw your weight around.
Children follow your example, not what
you say. If you want them to be reason-
able, demonstrate this.
SAGITTARIUS
(Nov. 22to Dec. 21)
Power struggles with family members
- especially parents--arehighly likely
today. Instead, focus on repairs that need
to be done at home. (Do family relation-
ships need repairing?)
CAPRICORN
(Dec. 22to Jan. 19)
If you can, let go of habitual ways of
talking, thinking and doing things. Try to
be open to new lines of thought and
expression.
AQUARIUS
(Jan. 2010o Feb. 18)
Something connected with financial
matters -how you want to earn money,
or even how you want to spend money
- seems to obsess you today. Lighten
up.
PISCES
(Feb. 19to March 20)
Youmight feel this is the time to purge
something from your life. It could be a
bad habit, or it could be a person who is
not beneficial to you anymore.
YOU BORN TODAY Once you have
set your cap for something, you are
relentless in pursuing it. You're a contra-
diction because you are both an imagina-
tive dreamer and an intense achiever.
You generally get what you want. You
are hardworking and diligent. Few can
keep up with your tireless pace. Work
hard to build or construct something this
year. Your rewards will soon follow
Birthdate of: Bruce Willis. actor;
Glean Close, actress; Wyatt Carp, U.S.
marshal.

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online application or contact Marti at
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LOVING FRIENDLY COUPLE in des-
perate need of Asian egg donor to start
their family. Ideal candidate: clean
family health history, high test scores
& college transcripts; etc. Medical fa-
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compensation for your inconvenience:
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