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YPSILANTI
From page 1A
"Knowing that I would only be
here for a semester, I didn't want
to sign a lease," she said. "That
automatically reduced the options
I had greatly."
Mahabir found her apartment
after searching Craigslist.com and
Facebook.com's Marketplacp. She
said she pays $350 a month for her
half of a two-bedroom apartment
in a complex with a pool, weight
room and computer lab. Her rent
also includes utilities.
Mahabir said she likes her
apartment but said she does not
enjoy the daily drive to campus.
She said she usually gives herself
half an hour to commute to cam-
pus. Once in Ann Arbor, she parks
at a friend's apartment parking

lot and then takes the Commuter
North bus to campus.
She also does notenjoy being on
campus all day.
"Now I'm gone all day until 11
(p.m.) sometimes," she said: "I
feel like I'm trapped on campus
a lot of the time because there
are definitely times that I would
like to leave, but I just can't."
In addition, Mahabir said living in
Ypsilanti could hurt her social life.
"If people are really looking
to be really involved on campus
Or they want to be around their
friends all the time, I guess you
need to make the sacrifice and
pay a -little bit more," she said.
"For me it doesn't matter too
much because it's my fifth year,
and most of my friends have
already graduated."
- Daily News Editor Chris
Herring contributed to this report.

SURVIVORS
From page 1A
of Business' 41st annual McInally
lecture.
White, who earned a MBA from
Ross in 2005, is a co-recipient of
the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize and co-
founder of the Landmine Survivors
Network.
The organization, which has
offices in six countries, provides
landmine survivors with prosthetic
limbs, jobs, and networking oppor-
tunities. The network is based on
peer-to-peer support, where fellow
landmine survivors counsel other
survivors.
White's lecture, titled "Survivor-
ship: Evolution ofAn Organization"
detailed the core values ofthe Land-
mine Survivors Network. Its goal is
to, "train every survivor group in
the world willing to listen."

White urged his audience to
break from the "victim mentality"
in the world today.
"Raise your hands if you want
to survive," White told the crowd.
Almost every hand went up in the
auditorium. "How about thriving?"
he asked. The audience raised their
hands again.
To explain his point, White pre-
sented a list of mistakes people with
a victim's mindset make including
"living in the past" and "blaming
others."
White suggested five steps to
thrive, "face the facts," "choose
life," "reach out," "get moving," and
"give back."
Since starting the Landmine
Survivors Network, White has
been an outspoken supporter for a
worldwide ban on the use of land-
mines.
According to the Landmine
Survivors Network website, land-

mines injure or kill about 18,000
people a year. Between 300,000
and 400,000 people are living with
landmine related injures. The vast
majority of these victims are civil-
ians.
The number may come as a sur-
prise to Americans, White said,
because wars are typically fought
in other countries.
White called landmines "weap-
ons of mass destruction in slow
motion."
Soon White plans to rename the
network Survivor Corps to reflect
that the organization is expanding
to include other victims like those
of genocide or cancer.
In an interview after the speech,
White said he was optimistic about
the political consciousness of stu-
dents atthe University.
"(Students) increasingly are get-
ting involved as global citizens," he
said.

Thursday, November 8, 2007 - 7A
White said both local and inter-
national issues merit attention.
"I would like to see Michigan
students involved [on] both fronts,"
he said.
Business school senior Dmi-
try Gutin said White's lecture was
"impressive," "motivational," and
"inspirational."
"He's definitely an eloquent
speaker," Gutin said.
White's speech was not without
humor.
"My leg is not growing back,"
White joked. "I am not a starfish."
At the end of the lecture audi-
ence members found small foam
landmines under their seats.
White said the souvenir could
be used as a reminder to overcome
life's obstacles - or as "stocking
stuffers for your in-laws."
- Charles Gregg-Geist
contributed to this report.

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For Thursday, Nov. 8, 2007
ARIES
(March 21 to April 19)
This is an excellent day for serious
discussions with partners and close
friends. Together you will delve deeply
into whatever you're talking about.
Furthermore, solutions are possible.
TAURUS
(April 20 to May 20)
This is a great day to make improve-
ments at work. Alternatively, some of
you might want to make improvements
to your health, your diet or your exercise
regimen.
GEMINI
(May 21 to June 20)
Some of you will be engaged in
important discussions with children and
youpg people. You have a desire to
enlighten them. Others might see
pew, creative, artistic applications for
things.
CANCER
(June 211o July 22)
This is a good day to tackle home
repairs - especially related to plumb-
ing, bathrooms and laundry areas. Get
rid of junk and garbage!
LEO
(July 23 to Aug. 22)
You're unusually persuasive today. In
part, this is because you easily see the
bottom line. It's as if you have X-ray
vision today.
VIRGO
(Aug. 23 to Sept. 22)
You'll see either new ways of earning
money or new ways of spending it today.
You certainly can see new uses for some-
thing you might already own.
LIBRA
(Sept. 23 to Oct. 22)
Discussions with others are unusually
frank today. You're not afraid to say
what's on your mind. Just remember,
because others feel the same way, you
might be shocked by what you
hear!

SCORPIO
(Oct. 23 to Nov. 21)
This is a wonderful day to research
anything. Your ability to get to the bot-
tom of things or see new solutions to old
problems is excellent.
SAGITTARIUS
(Nov. 22 to Dec. 21)
Discussions with friends are very
frank today. Someone might really con-
fide in you. Alternatively, perhaps you're
the one who needs to confide in someone
else. Either way, these are juicy conver-
sations!
CAPRICORN
(Dec. 2210 Ian. 19)
Discussions with parents and bosses
are mutually illuminating today. You all
see new ways of looking at the future -
in particular, new ways of using what-
ever is at hand.
AQUARIUS
(Jan. 20to Feb. 18)
Go forward with travel plans or plans
related to education or training. Your
ability to chart your new direction is
excellent today. You know where you're
going!
PISCES
(Feb. 19 to March 20)
This can be a productive day if you're
working with bills, taxes and shared
property and dealing with the responsi-
bilities you have to others. You want to
clean things up!
YOU BORN TODAY No matter how
flippant you might appear, you're a seri-
ous person. You take things deeply. You
like to explore the human condition. You
have excellent money savvy, and you
approach life with a practical, realistic
point of view. Success matters to you.
(You have your own definition of suc-
cess.) Inthe year ahead, partnerships and
relationships will be unusually impor-
tant.
Birthdate of Parker Posey, actress;
Bonnie Raitt, singer/songwriter; Rickie
Lee Jones, singer/songwriter.

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