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Thursday, January 31, 2008 - 7A

TRAINER
From Page 1A
this summer.
Robinson works with some of the
biggest names in swimming, includ-
ing Kaitlin Sandeno, Erik Vendt
and Phelps. But strangely, when he
accepted the job four years ago after
graduating from Adrian College, he
had no swimming experience, had
never seen a swim meet and even
admits he didn't know who Phelps
was.
Today, though, there are few
people who are more proud to be a
part of the rich tradition of Michi-
gan swimming.
"Men's swimming has won more
national championships than any
othersport atthis University,"Robin-
son said. "Everyday I come in, I have
MCGOWAN
From Page 1A
University Regent, McGowan
recalled the Supreme Court's2003
ruling in favor of the University's
admissions policies - one that
allowed the school to continue
using affirmative action as long as
it wasn't based on a point system.
She also hailed the Board's deci-
sion to add the phrase "gender
identity and expression" to the

a constant reminder of how special it
is to work here and how lucky Iam to
work for Michigan Swimming."
Robinson works all day, even
though his routine starts well
before the crack of dawn. His morn-
ings include preparing Gatorade
and milkshakes for the team, help-
ing with stretches and massages
before practice at 5:15 a.m. and even
performing some electrotherapy.
Through the afternoon, athletes
come to Robinson for physical ther-
apy, and during practices he can be
found strolling the pool deck, mak-
ing sure swimmers are performing
at their best.
Practice ends at 5 p.m., which
means there's still weight training
or dry-land exercises for teams to
go through. Robinson is still avail-
able to help with the team's aches
and pains following workouts.
non-discrimination clause of the
University's bylaws lastyear.
McGowan also praised the
building projects regents have
approved in recent years, citing
the development of the School of
Public Policy, North Quad and the
planned $102-million additions to
Law School.
McGowan's decision to step aside
surprised fellow University Regent
Julia Darlow (D-Ann Arbor).
"Rebecca is someone who is
devoted to the University and gives

As if his job didn't keep him busy
enough, Robinson has been a train-
er at international swim meets like
the 2007 Pan-American Games in
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. At that meet,
Robinson said having a roommate
like Auburn coach David Marsh,
who won a combined 12 NCAA
titles with the Tigers, and talkingto
swimming legends like Gary Hall,
taught him a lot about how he could
work better with swimmers.
"It was a great experience and
you just pick up a wealth of informa-
tion," Robinson said. "I think itreal-
ly helped with the type of care I've
been able to provide the athletes at
Michigan."
After the Olympic trials in July,
Robinson was selected by USA
Swimming to work with the U.S.
Olympic team during its training at
Stanford before departing for Bei-
her all to the job, making it easier
for everyone," Darlow said.
University Regent Larry Deitch
(D-Bingham Farms), who was
elected to the board at the same
time as McGowan, said the two
had teamed up on many proj-
ects, including co-sponsoring the
"gender identity and expression"
amendment and advocating for
the expansion of domestic partner
benefits at the University.
Deitch, the only other member
of the board who is also up for re-

jing. In the future, he aspires to be a
trainer for the U.S. Olympic team at
the 2012 games in London.
While Robinson may train with
several high-profile athletes, his
work remains mostly behind the
scenes.
"It's all about the athletes and
coaches," he said. "That's what peo-
ple come to see and I just try to get
them out there. I think in the past
the attitude was just tough it out,
but (trainers) have become more
important because we have allowed
athletes to prolongtheir careers."
Robinson says he could see him-
self working to prolong the careers
of Michigan athletes for the rest of
his career.
This might seem like a long time,
but he knows as soon as the last race
ends in Beijing, the clocks starts
counting down to 2012.
election in December, declined to
say whether he would seek a third
term.
McGowan, who lives less than
a mile from campus, said she looks
forward to serving the rest of her
term and will continue to help the
University in some capacity after
December.
"It's a fabulous responsibility and
I've loved every minute," she said.
- Daily News Editor Kelly
Fraser contributed to this report.

How Facebook could hurt you

FACEBOOK, From Page 1A
everything that happens to you,"
she said.
Borland cited a survey where
about 82 percent of employers
responded by saying a student's
chances at being offered a job
would be hindered if the employ-
er saw something negative on an
applicant's profile.
Students can control what
employers and other strangers
can and cannot view by using
Facebook's privacy settings. But
sometimes, the material that cir-
culates on the Internet is out of
a student's control once it's origi-
nally posted.
Jack Bernard, the Universi-
ty's assistant general counsel,
emphasized this point during
the discussion by sharing a story
about a student who posted
"excruciating details on his geni-
tals" online.
When told that the material
was accessible to almost every-
one, the student thought the
delete key would make it go away.
But sometimes it's not that sim-
ple, Bernard said.
Bernard said material is easy
to upload, but not as easy to erase
permanently. Deleted data is

often retained on a server that
can be preserved and possibly
accessed in the future. On top of
that, other users may have copied
the material before a poster has
deleted it, he added.
Paul Conway, an associate
professor in the School of Infor-
mation, said that in the future,
society might have looser stan-
dards about what is inappropri-
ate because almost everyone will
have an online past.
Conway said the technology,
not the behavior of students is
what's changing.
"If you went a little crazy at
18, so what?" he said. "There are
lines, but there is a tendency to be
overprotective to what's already
been going on for the past 50
years," he said.
LSA sophomore Ilana Borson
said she already keeps her Face-
book settings on private, but the
forum taught her to be more cau-
tious about what personal infor-
mation is posted on the Internet.
"There are things I wouldn't
want my mother seeing, but I
wouldn't put anything up there I
wouldn't want my friends to see,"
she said.
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contributed to this report.

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(March21 to April 19) friends willncome into your life. You've
In the year ahead, your ability to put got places to go, things to do and people
your name up it lights or promote your to see.
reputation among your peers will be SAGITTARIUS
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Plan on a big vacation this year. The personality. In part, you cultivate this
next 18 months are a time of pleasure, becauseoyouwantto be heard. You have
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what you want to do. Yippee! for your beliefs and values, not just your
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