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STUDY
From Page 1A
Participants rated the negative
qualities in their relationships with
spouses and significant others, chil-
dren and best friends. One said, "My
(spouse/partner, child, friend) gets
on my nerves," and the other said
"My (spouse/partner, child, friend)
SHIRTS
From Page 1A
the T-shirts.
At the beginning of winter semes-
ter, the Hall Council sent an e-mail
apologizing to all South Quad resi-
dents, and to SAPAC.
University Housing spokesman
Peter Logan said in a statement
yesterday that University Housing
doesn't condone the T-shirts.
"University Housing considers
the South Quad t-shirt message
inappropriate and unsettling," he

makes too many demands on me."
Antonucci said one reason for
higher negativity in younger rela-
tionships might be that younger
individuals are more expressive
and intense in their relation-
ships.
"Younger people are more
engaged in the discovery of life,"
she said. "So they react with more
intensity, and that intensity is both
said. "The message is contraryto our
mission and values for developing
inclusive and respectful communi-
ties within University residences."
LSA sophomore Richard Fernan-
dez, a member of the Hall Council,
said the Council didn't know how
many T-shirts were printed or sold,
but said they cost about $3 each to
make.
The South Quad Hall Coun-
cil hosted a forum Monday night
to address concerns about the T-
shirts.
Many studentswalked away from
that event feeling underwhelmed

positive and negative."
LSA junior Heather Studer, who
got married March of last year, said
that being in college plays a role in
the way students view romantic
relationships.
"No one really thinks of them as
long term," she said. "Some people
would rather work on their school
career and may not necessarily put
their relationship with a person first."
with what took place, though.
LSA and School of Education
junior Erika McCollum, who works
for University Housing and is a
member of SAPAC and the F-word,
said she was just as upset about the
forum as she was the T-shirts them-
selves, because the event didn't
focus on the T-shirts.
"I actually felt less safe walking
out of the forum than I did walk-
ing in to it," she said. "It's really
upsetting to me that my employer
would put this shirt on and then
allow students who put the shirts on
to maintain this power within the

The study found that contrary to
romantic relationships, friendships
improved over time. Older people,
though, still reported fewer nega-
tive friendships than younger par-
ticipants did.
LSA senior Sharada Maddox said
younger people tend to enter rela-
tionships for the wrong reasons.
She said people base friendships on
numbers rather than merit, which
community and to not take account-
ability for what they have done."
LSA junior Amanda Grigg, a
member of the F-word's governing
board, agreed.
"The fact that the forum was
about hip hop was scapegoating and
almost racist," she said. "The forum
blamed hip hop for the fact that peo-
ple feel unsafe, when the problem
was that the Hall Council members
allowed these shirts to go through."
The South Quad Hall Council
said it a written statement yesterday
that it regretted for its decision to
print the T-shirts.

could lead to more clashes between
individuals.
"People do focus on the number
of friends as opposed to the quality,"
she said. "People want to say, 'I have
500 friends,' so you get a circle of
friends that aren't so like-minded."
In their report, ° University
researchers pointed out that past
research suggests friendships
decrease in negativity over time
"Our decision to include the text
was wrong, and, for this reason,
we stopped sales a week after they
began and have not sold one since,"
the statement read.
Grigg said she didn't think halt-
ing the sale of the shirts violated
free speech.
"I think that to stop Soulja Boy
from singing the song would be a
violation of free speech," she said.
"The problem is that this isn't about
someone's free speech, it's about
Housing condoning sexual vio-
lence."
LSA sophomore Bonita Goh said

Thursday, February 14, 2008 - 7A
because they become more volun-
tary. Another reason, they said,
might be that older people view
friendships as less demanding
because they can devote more time
to friendships.
Antonucci said younger people
didn't necessarily always place less
importance relationships.
"I think it's a dichotomous
thing," she said.
she doesn't understand the reason
for the outcry.
"I don't know what the brouhaha
is about," she said. "I've heard that
the song is degrading, but I would
assume there were women on the
committee who voted to approve
the T-shirts. Maybe this is a reflec-
tion that a select group of women
are offended."
Grigg said the shirt's message
might have garnered more criticism
if it hadbeen slightly more overt.
"If the shirt said 'Rape that
whore,' I think there were would be
avery different response," she said.

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For Thursday, Feb. 14, 2008
ARIES
(March 21to April 19)
It's a busy, chatty day for you! Enjoy
talking to siblings, relatives and daily
contacts. Authority figures might be a bit
uptight. Nevertheless, you feel great!
TAURUS
(April 20 to May 20)
Business, commerce, cash flow, shop-
ping and other financial matters will go
well today. In fact, many of you are
power shopping! You're aggressive
about everything having to do with
money today.
GEMINI
(May 21to June 20)
The Moon is in your sign today, and
Mars, which is also in your sign, is
linked with the Sun. You're enthused
about whatever you do. Publishing,
travel, dealing with foreign countries,
medicine and the law look strong!
CANCER
(June 21to July 22)
Now is the time to discuss shared
property, debt, taxes and anything held
jointly with someone else. You'll easily
defend your own turf.
(July 23 to Aug. 22)
You'll enjoy schmoozing with the
public today. Time spent with close
friends, loved ones and partners also will
be pleasant. You're in the mood for some
VIRGO
(Aug. 23 to Sept. 22)
Today you have the energy to accom-
plish a lot at work. You're also ready to
delegate jobs to other people. This
means positive results for you!
LIBRA
(Sept. 23 to Oct. 22)
What a wonderful, romantic day! Do
whatever you expect your dear Valentine
might want. Playful times with children
will please you. Sports, movies and par-

ties are fun!
SCORPIO
(Oct. 23 to Nov. 21)
This is a wonderful day for family
businesses. It's also a wonderful day for
family discussions. You've got energy to
make changes at home. Bonus!
SAGITTARIUS
(Nov. 22 to Dec. 21)
You're enthused, optimistic and
pumped about something today. Happy
Valentine's Day! Sales, marketing, act-
ing, teaching and training will go espe-
cially well.
CAPRICORN
(Dec. 22to Jan. 19)
Financial mattirs, cash flow, shop-
ping, buying and selling are blessed
today. There's lots of energy in the air!
You know what you want, and you're
not afraid to go after it.
AQUARIUS
(Jan. 20to Feb. 18)
You're unusually empowered today.
When people meet you today, they will
sense this. You're charged up with
enthusiasm, determination and confi-
dence. Yowsers!
PISCES
(Feb. 19to March 20)
This is a positive day for you; never-
theless, you feel you need a bit of pri-
vacy. You'll enjoy good times with oth-
ers, but perhaps these are quiet, more
intimate times.
YOU BORN TODAY You're highly
entertaining! People love your wit and
your clever way with words. You're
quick to take in everything around you
and reduce it to one droll comment. You
use humor in your work and in how you
handle people onan everyday basis. You
have excellent powers of concentration.
Get ready for your year ahead. It might
be one of the best years of your life! Yay!
Birthdate of: Meg Tilly, actress; Carl
Bernstein, journalist; Gregory Hines,
dancer/actor/director.

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