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SOLE
From page 1
- or enough to sustain a worker
and his or her family working no
more than 48 hours a week. The
consortium also conducts inspec-
tions of the factories.
The University currently moni-
tors labor practices through its
Vendor Code of Conduct, which
outlines labor standards on issues
such as discrimination, wages,
safety and unions.
After a SOLE campaign last year,
UniversityPresidentMarySue Cole-
man charged the Labor Standards
and Human Rights Committee with
reviewing the vendor code and the
Designated Suppliers' Program. In
a letter dated May 10 of last year,
Coleman accepted the committee's
recommendation not to adopt the
program. Instead, the committee
suggested strengthening the Uni-
versity's current vendor code.

The Sweatfree campaign main-
tains that the vendor code is not
strictly enforced.
"The mechanisms don't exist,"
said SOLE member Leigh Wede-
noja atcyesterday's event.
Over her week-long visit to
the United States sponsored by
United Students Against Sweat-
shops, Perez will speak at seven
schools and events including the
University of Southern Califor-
nia, Purdue University and a rally
in Chicago.
LSA sophomore Micaela Battiste,
who asked Perez several questions,
said she liked the event because it
was an "opportunity to hear the
word straight from the person
experiencingit."
Perez said BJ & B, which made
apparel for companies like Nike and
Reebok, closed without warning on
Feb. 22. The factory is not officially
scheduled to close until May 22.
Perez, who is four months
pregnant, told the audience that

establishing a union was difficult
because talking about unions in the
factory was "like speaking about
the devil."
She said she had the mostsuccess
in recruiting workers by distribut-
ing a flyer with a photo of her and
her four children and the caption,
"For you and your children, join a
union."
She said many workers were
afraid to join a union because
the management told them that
a union would put the factory in
danger of closing because it would
be less attractive to contracted
suppliers.
Perez said that over the three
years since she began working to
establish one, the factory down-
sized from 1,800 employees to 300.
Perez said the closure has devas-
tated her village.
SOLE members brought Perez
to Coleman's office yesterday but
theydidnotgettomeetherbecause
they did not have an appointment.

SOCIAL SITES
From page 1
munication will lead to a decrease
in personal interaction. He said
that's not necessarily a bad thing,
though.
Social computing brings togeth-
er people from across the world
and gives users a better under-
standing of other cultures, Resn-
ick said.
"It is inevitable - it's happening,
we can not stop it," he said.
The program is one of six new
specializations offered by the
School of Information.
Like undergraduate majors, the
specializations allow students
to focus their studies on one or
two specific areas while fulfill-
ing the requirements of a master's
degree.
Resnick said college students
today are more connected with old
friends because of social network-
ing websites.

When Resnick was in col-
lege, he didn't have much contact
with friends from his hometown
between the end of the summer and
the time he returned for Thanks-
giving break, he said. Now, students
can always keep in touch with far-
away friends through online net-
works, he said.
Resnick said the specialization
will train people to work for infor-
mation technology companies like
Yahoo and Google.
"(Social networking) is a trend
that will continue for a while," he
said. "There is going to be a demand
from employers."
Lawson said social network-
ing is proving to be important in
marketing and educational fields
as well.
Although courses are already
being offered, master's students in
the School of Information will be
able to declare their specialization
in social computing within a few
weeks, Lawson said.

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For Friday, March 30, 2007 close friends.
ARIES SCORPIO
(March 21to April 19) (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21)
People and opportunities come easily Since you have the urge to get better
to you now because the Sun is in your organized in your life now, get the right
sign. Make the most of this. Milk it for tools to do a good job. Roll up your
all it's worth! sleeves and begin.
TAURUS SAGITTARIUS
(April 20to May 20) (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21)
Make sure you get time to be by your- Play, romance, fun activities with chil-
self. Steal a little solitude for your own dren, vacations, the arts and sports are
peace of mind. Work alone or behind the tops on the menu for you now. Enjoy
scenes if you can. (You need this.) good times. Take time out for fun and
GEMINI pleasure.
(May 21to June 20) CAPRICORN
Talk to others, and share your goals (Dec. 22to Jan. 19)
and dreams for the future with them. You Home, family and real estate issues
might be surprised to find how helpful are your top priority now. Family discus-
their feedback will be to you. sions are significant. Why not entertain
CANCER at home as well?
(June 21to July 22) AQUARIUS
The Sun is now at high noon in your (Jan. 20to Feb. 18)
chart, acting like a spotlight on you. Short trips, errands, buying and sell-
Because of this, others will ask you to ing, and increased reading, writing and
accept increased responsibilities for studying all combine to keep you busy!
something. Say yes; you can handle it! You've got things to do, places to go and
LEO people to see.
(July 23to Aug. 22) PISCES
Try to do something different from (Feb. 19to March 20)
your normal routine. You want to travel You're very focused on earnings and
or learn something new. You're hungry cash flow right now. (Why is there
for adventure and new experiences! always so much month left at the end of
VIRGO the money?) Relax.
(Aug. 23 to Sept. 22) YOU BORN TODAY You have
Wrap up loose details with inheri- intense, passionate energy! You have a
tances, insurance matters, debt and strong driving energy to go after what-
taxes. Be prepared to listen to others and ever you pursue. Obstacles and moments
learn more about where they're coming of failure will not daunt you. Because of
from. this, you are sometimes misunderstood.
LIBRA Quite often, you're self-taught. You have
(Sept. 23to Oct. 22) a lovely year ahead. Social occasions
With the Sun opposite your sign now, and warm times with others make this a
this is the perfect opportunity for you to very pleasant time!
teamnmitre about yourself through yost Birthdate of Eric Clapton, gaitarist;
closest relationships with others. Vincent van Gogh, painter; Celine Dion,
Observe your behavior with partners and singer.
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