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PRIVACY
From Page 1A
Some schools have been more
guarded with student informa-
tion. Last September, the Massa-
chusetts Institute of Technology
came under fire for withholding
information from the mother of
a suicidal student, citing student
privacy concerns. The student
later committed suicide, and the
student's mother sued MIT for
withholding information.
There is, though, a legal dif-
ference between when a regular
person discloses information and
when a counselor does.
A patient-physician relationship
clause in University policy forbids
Counseling and Psychological
Services counselors from disclos-
ing information about a student
without that student's written
permission. The only exception is
if a counselor believes the student

is a risk to themselves or others. In
that case, Greensaid, the counselor
is required to call the Department
of Public Safety.
Ian Randall, a graduate student
in the School of Public Health,
agreed with the University's policy
to withhold student information.
"The fact that the violence of
Virginia Tech has been so publi-
cized has made people quick to
act," he said. "But if there is a pro-
cess in place to deal with student
mental health issues, I think it
should be followed in order to pro-
tect student privacy."
Bernard said it's still more dif-
ficult for a counselor to release
information about students than it
is for the general public.
"There maybe some grey areas,
particularly for people in counsel-
ing services, as to when they step
outside their role as counselors,"
Bernard said. "But if you or I see
an observation of someone acting
strangely, then there are a lot of
places that you can call."

REACTION
From Page 1A
Construction crews are work-
ing on a strict timeline to ensure
the stadium will br open for foot-
ball games until the renovations
are completed in Aug. 2010, mak-
ing it impossible to pause work in
April, Cunningham said.
Many students have suggested
that the University use Crisler
Arena, which is located next to the
Big House, but the arena has only
a capacity of only 14,000. Michi-
gan Stadium, the nation's largest
football stadium, lists its capacity
as 107,501.
Sue Eklund, associate vice
president for student affairs, said
Crisler's capacity would would
reduce the number of tickets avail-
able to each graduate from eight to
two or three.
"We're askingstudents to recog-
nize that everyone is disappointed
with this situation," Eklund said.

"Everyone wants to make the best
of it, whatever the location."
Eklund said a meeting would be
held next week to discuss the pos-
sible solutions with students. She
said holding the commencement at
Crisler Arena is still an option. If
that were the case, the University
would likely use a video feed from
Crisler to Hill Auditorium, where
additional guests could watch the
ceremony..
Michigan Student Assembly
President Mohammad Dar said the
University needs to give students a
chance to make suggestions on the
process.
"It is evident that this decision
deeply upset the students," Dar
said in a statement. "And right
now, they need to have a say in
their graduation and they need
transparency in the reassessment
of every option."
Despite the fact that construc-
tion is scheduled to continue until
2010, Eklund said only this year's
ceremony would be affected.

O'DELL
From Page 1A
crime and security policies."
Along with establishing a trans-
parent department, O'Dell seeks
to reduce the number of break-ins
on campus. He also said, however,
that EMU sometimes gets an unde-
served reputation as being anunsafe
campus.
"There is a high number of break-
ins at this university, but in most
every other category Eastern Mich-
igan actually is average or below
average," he said.
O'Dell was hired in a national
search after Hall's retirement.
Donald Loppnow, provost and
executive vice president of the uni-
versity, said O'Dell emerged at the
top of the list for many reasons.
"We chose Greg O'Dell partly
because of his leadership style
and his creative thinking, but also
because he is so familiar with the
area, having been a graduate of

Thursday, January 10, 2008 - 7A
Eastern Michigan," he said.
Loppnow also said O'Dell's expe-
rience in several different areas of
police work was a major factor in his
appointment.
O'Dell has served on the AAPD
almost continually since 1988. He
served a brief stint in Monroe, Mich.
in 1996.
O'Dell's decision to leave will
be a loss for the Ann Arbor Police
Department, but a gain for the uni-
versity, said AAPD Lt. Michael Log-
ghe.
"I've worked with Greg for about
20 years, and I think he's a perfect
fit for Eastern Michigan," Logghe
said. "He is very professional, and a
great administrator, which is really
somethingthey need right now."
Logghe said O'Dell will be a great
fit because he has experience work-
ing with college students.
"You're going to see me in dorms,
talking to students about safety,"
O'Dell said. "I am going to be active-
ly involved, and I want this depart-
ment to-work as a team."

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ARIES and get rid of what you no longer need.
(March 21 to April 19) SCORPIO
Even if you just retired, this is a time (Oct. 23to Nov. 21)
of hard work for you. Don't let it over- Learn how to work with groups. By
whelm you. You will accomplish a lot. defending your privacy you might be
Remember: A kite rises against the wind, cuing yourself off from others.
not with it. SAGITTIARIUS
TAURUS (Nov. 22to Dec. 21)
(April 20to May 20) Now is the time in your life when you
Although you might have increased see what is working and you see what is
responsibilities with children, this is cer- not. It's a time of successes and failures.
tainly whenyou are asking yourself what CAPRICORN
you want tobe when you grow up. How (Dec. 22to Jan. 19)
can you sing your song? This is very much a time of prepara-
GEMINI tion for your sign. Everything is going
(May 21to June 20) your way. You sense this. Milk this for
Continue to do everything to secure a all it's worth! This is an extremely fortu-
solid home base for yourself. Tackle nate year for you.
repairs and renovations at home; simi- AQUARIUS
larly, make improvements within your (Jan. 20 to Feb. 18)
family. Money from other sources, especially
CANCER partners, is diminishing at the moment.
(June 21to July 22) But your own earnings are not affected.
Many of you will be changing jobs or Learn to rely more on yourself.
residences this year. Many of you don't PISCES
see this happening. And so it goes. (Feb. 19 to March 20)
LEO Partnerships are difficult right now.
(July 23to Aug. 22) Because you are gaining strength, your
Do your best to stay out of debt right balance in longstanding partnerships is
now. Do everything to reduce debt. Be threatened. Nevertheless, you can't go
more prudent in your spending. back to what you were before. Nor
Distinguish between needs and wants. should you.
VIRGO YOU BORN TODAY Above all,
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With Saturn in your sign now, you of your ability in your world. You accept
might feel old (no matter what your age). what is, you say what you mean and you
Stiff joints and things like this will be mean what you say. You want respect
gone in another year or two. It's a pass- from others for your abilities (and you
ing thing. generally get it!). You easily take charge
LIBRA of any situation. An important choice
(Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) awaits you this year. Choose wisely.
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