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CANTOR
From Page 1A
stated.
According to a Dec. 20, 2010
New York Times article, Can-
tor bemoaned President Barack
Obama's health care reform
package, the economic stimulus
package and other hallmarks of
Obama's first two years in office.
"Washington has grown far too
large and has become far too intru-
sive, reaching into nearly every
aspect of our lives," The New York
Times quoted Cantor as saying. "...
The repeal amendment would pro-
vide a check on the ever-expand-
ing federal government, protect

against Congressional overreach
and get the government working
for the people again, not the other
way around."
Charles Bogren, chair of the
University's chapter of College
Republicans, said he and the rest
of the organization is very excited
to have Cantor on campus, espe-
cially after having.built a relation-
ship with him during this past
football season when the College
Republicans hosted him at a tail-
gate.
"We're looking forward to hav-
ing him back," Bogren said. "He's
the number two person in the
House Republican leadership - it's
always impressive especially when
they're coming to our University."

LSA
From Page 1A
ographer Sylvia Earle, a National
Geographic explorer-in-residence
at the University.
Harris said organizers have
also begun a "'message in a bottle"
campaign. Reusable water bottles
will be distributed on campus,
with each bottle containing a slip
of paper with 10 basic water facts
and 10 actions that students can
take to preserve water.
This fact sheet, developed by a
team of students in the Program
in the Environment class titled
"Sustainability and the Campus,"
will also be posted as advertise-

ments on University buses in
order to raise awareness about
water conservation.
"We have a kind of 'water lit-
eracy' goal," Harris said. "We
hope that students will learn the
key facts about water because it's
becoming one of the major envi-
ronmental issues of the 21st cen-
tury."
LSA junior Kyle Anderson is
a member of the theme semes-
ter's student steering committee.
He said he hopes that the theme
will encourage students to work
toward water sustainability.
"Besides general knowledge
about water issues on campus and
around the world, we're hoping
to actually change behavior," he

said.
Still, some students said they
don't believe the theme is as all
encompassing as it purports to be.
LSA freshman Dominique
Crump said she wasn't inclined to
take any theme semester courses
because she thought they were
too focused on science.
"I loved last semester's theme,
(What Makes Life Worth Liv-
ing?)," she said. "But this semes-
ter I didn't think there was a lot
of diversity in the class selection."
LSA junior Amber Ostazewski
said though the topic of water
isn't explicitly in her field of
interest, she feels the theme suc-
cessfully involves many different
subjects.

"I think it's a strange topic, but
it's good that they're choosing a
theme that's interdisciplinary," *
she said. "It reminds me of a few
semesters ago when the School of
(Music, Theatre &) Dance did a
big production on the bank of the
Huron River."
LSA freshman Dailyn Foster
said though she wasn't interested
in taking any of the theme semes-
ter courses, she believes many
other students will appreciate the
opportunity to learn about water.
"It's very important especial-
ly because we live in Michigan
where there is so much fresh
water," she said. "Pegple want to
know about where the water they
drink comes from."

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