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COLEMAN
From page 1
money for bringing in outside
research funding.
0 The state capped the maximum
amount of external research fund-
ing that earns colleges extra appro-
priations at $200 million. Because
the University receives about $800
million in external research fund-
ing each year, it doesn't receive its
fair share of extra funding, Cole-
man said.
The new appropriations system
also grants benefits for universities
with successful technology trans-
fer programs - programs that help
employees turn their research into
marketable products. The Universi-
ty's Tech Transfer program, which
earned more than $20 million

in revenue last year, receives the
maximum funding bonus the state
offers - meaning the University
has less of a financial incentive to
continue developing the program,
Coleman said.
"What's the incentive for us?"
Coleman asked. "They put a cap
on it so low that we already blasted
through it."
The Education Alliance for
Michigan is arguing that creating
separate incentives and appropria-
tions will widen the fiscal divide
between Michigan's colleges.
"The separation of appropria-
tion is an end to the unity between
universities and could lead to two
separate, but unequal, tiers of high-
er education," Western Michigan
University spokeswoman Sheryl
Roland told The Michigan Daily

last week. WMU is a member of the
coalition.
Coleman said the coalition mis-
understands the University's goal.
"I don't want to take money away
from the others," Coleman said.
"Higher education is very impor-
tant in this state - all the universi-
ties are very important."
She pointed out that the Univer-
sity of Michigan's Flint and Dear-
born campuses are among the other
12 universities that would be con-
sidered separately from the state's
research universities.
Coleman said she wouldn't be
bothered if the state legislature
decided to give more funding to the
state's smaller universities.
"That's OK - I'm fine with that,"
Coleman said. "But the state isn't
taking advantage of their assets."

LEVIN
From page 1
in the New York area gathered over
pizza and wine to trade stories that
captured Levin's personality.
Friends spoke of Levin's adven-
turous spirit and outgoing nature.
"She was the only one that was
willing to go out with me to Brook-
lyn," said Tomasso Gomez, who
graduated with Levin and lives in
New York.
She had friends in all walks oflife,
whether they were members of her
Chi Omega sorority, other members
of Greek life, players on the football
team or anyone who would talk to
her, said Gomez, a former Michigan
Daily photographer.
Levin spent her life in the pur-
suit of being able to communicate
with everyone she met.
She was a French major who
also spoke in French, Spanish and

Italian, said Robyn Sussman, a fel-
low University graduate and one of
Levin's closest friends.
Levin was "an avid Michi-
gan football fan," Singh said. She
tutored football players in French
and sometimes Italian.
Her freshmanyear, Levinwas even
amember ofthe equestrianteam.
Levin was a world traveler, spend-
ing one semester studying in France
and spending the summer afterward
in her mother's native Italy.
She was someone who friends
felt was capable of anything, but
she thought even higher of the peo-
ple around her.
"She was a really supportive per-
son," Singh said. "She didn't have a
negative bone in her body."
These were her dominant traits:
her friendliness and the love she
had for her friends.
"Shewasmoreconfidentinallofus
(than we were) that we would aspire

Tuesday, March 27, 2007 - 7
FIGHT
From page 1
After the officer yelled at Yops to
be quiet, Yops punched the officer
in the face, causing him to bleed
from the lip, Peters said.
The officer forced Yops to the
ground and asked employees to
call 911 for backup because he
was busy subduing Yops, Peters
said.
When Yops began to get up, the
officer tried to use his taser on him,
Peters said.
Peters said two more officers
arrived and helped put handcuffs
on Yops.
AAPD Sgt. Brad Hill said the
suspect was taken to the police sta-
tion and kept in custody until he
was sober.
Hill said Yops will be arraigned
this week after an arrestwarrant is
granted by a judge.

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For Tuesday, March 27, 2007
ARIES
(March 21 to April 19)
Remain open to opportunities to travel
or improve your knowledge and skills
through courses, training or going back
to school. Do something to expand your
experience of the world.
TAURUS
(April 20to May 20)
This is a good time to ask for loans,
mortgages or assistance from others. It's
also a good time to ask to borrow things
from others if you need them.
GEMINI
(May 21 to June 20)
Without question, you can benefit
from all kinds of partnerships and close
relationships now. Get out and
schmooze! Enjoy the company of others.
this is not the time to go it alone.
CANCER
(June 21 to July 22)
You must constantly remember that
there are many ways to improve your job
or get a better one now. Think of what
your perfect job would be, and aim for
that.
LEO
(July 23 to Aug. 22)
Think positive thoughts. Plan to take a
vacation (or two). Expect romance, love
affairs, social invitations and sporting
excursions to entertain you. Party on!
VIRGO
(Aug. 23 to Sept. 22)
Many things in your home scene are
going to improve so beautifully that
you'll be gratefisl for where you live.
You'll also be grateful for your warm
family relationships.
LIBRA
(Sept. 23 to Oct. 22)
Youe positive frane of mind is what
attracts good fortune now. People and
favorable circumstances come your way

simply because you believe it will hap-
pen!
SCORPIO
(Oct. 23 to Nov. 21)
There's no question that almost all of
you will earn more money this year.
Count on it. Expect it. Visualize it. Plan
how you will spend it.
SAGITTARIUS
(Nov. 22 to Dec. 21)
It's important to know when Lady
Luck is smiling on you. If you're going
to row a boat, you might as well row
with the tide. fhis is your lucky year!
Use it.
CAPRICORN
(Dec. 22 to Jan. 19)
I guarantee that you are going to learn
something extremely important this
year. It will be so valuable that it will be
a life-changing event or experience.
AQUARIUS
(Jan. 20to Feb. 18)
Just go with the flow and accept the
fact that people want to see you now.
Enjoy the company of others!
PISCES
(Feb. 19to March 20)
Your career, your reputation in the
community, your relationships with fam-
ily (especially parents) will all improve
enormously at this time and for the rest
of the year. Enjoy your good fortune.
YOU BORN TODAY Many of you
have unusual technical skills. You're
definitely up to date and cutting-edge in
whatever you do. You're highly individ-
ualistic. You march to the beat of your
own drum. You're imaginative, yet
down-to-earth and realistic. You're hip
to the trends in society. You will likely
face an important choice this year.
LCtoose wisely.
Birthdate of: Mariah Carey, singer;
Quentin Tarantino, director; Jann Arden,
singer.

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