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Page 2- The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, July 10, 1985
Yearbook captures memories on video
University of California at Berkeley $45,000 from a group of private in- Tamsie Ringler. of the Costa Rican law, but it is policy of Western Michigan Univer-
students will now be ordering their vestors, many of whom were -Minnesota Daily unlikely that anyone with the Depar- sity not to discriminate on the basis of
school yearbook on Beta or VCR Berkeley alumni, for the video atment of Internal Security will be race, sex, sexual orientation, age,
tapes. "Cal on Video" is the first project. UI student harassed charged, said ICAS Executive Direc- color, national origin, religion, or
videotaped "yearbook" ever "Interest will pick up a lot next a ttor Fred Morris. handicap in its educational programs,
produced for the university. year, once people have seen this," in Costa Rica airport -The Daily Iowan student programs, admissions, or
Although some students have com- said Goodson, who predicted that with A University of Iowa student employment policies."
plained that their friends won't be the continued growth of video studying in Costa Rica was allegedly
able to sign it, the makers say the 50- technology, "This could become a detained and roughed up by gover- Rutgers first to offer Chauncey Brinn, vice president for
minute magazine-style show say they very important thing on all major nment security officials at the airport alcohol studies minor university relations and secretary to
will make up for it by "capturing the campuses." in San Jose two weeks ago, the student the Board of Trustees, said, "We
- The Chronicle of said. Next fall, Rutgers University will believe it is in keeping with the scope
Higher Education Patrick McNamara, a junior, was begin offering a certificate program and direction of current policies."
allegedly stopped by an official of the in alcohol studies for students pur-
Body bags: the latest Costa Rican Department of Inter- suing master's or doctoral degrees in Dean Johnson, a faculty member in
in nuclear fashion national Security when he returned to criminal justice, nursing, psychology, the department of electrical
action and the experience of Cal in a Costa Rica from a work assignment in and social work. engineering, said the addition will not
way that's not possible through any University of Wisconsin students Nicaragua. The alcohol program, which is of- accomplish anything. "I do not
other medium." traveled to St. Paul, Minn. last week McNamara is studying at the In- fered through Rutger's Center of believe it will solve anything because
The video-yearbook will include to present "Fashion for the Nuclear stitute for Central American Studies Alcoholic Studies, is believed to be the people still will not accept these
footage of major sporting contests, Age," a satirical look at what people and working for the institute's jour- first of its kind. people," he said.
important campus events, and might be wearing when and if the "big nal, Mesoamerica. Students can receive the equivalent
student life from cafeteria lines to one" drops. "I told him I was a student and that of a "minor" in alcohol studies. The Steven Graham, a Western student,
commencements, said James Hur- Pre- and post-blast fashions were I was also working," McNamara said said many Christians on campus do
witz, a Berkeley senior who is one of featured, with clothing becoming in- in a phone interview from San Jose. plete 15 credits of course work i not want homosexuals as their
the producers of the videotape, creasingly militaristic before the ac- "When I mentioned who I was alcohol studies and a research project teachers. We do not want to be
Hurwitz said he wants the yearbook tual outbreak of nuclear war. working for, he told me to come back in the field. taught by homosexuals.
to be seen as a form of entertainment Models walked down the runway into an office." Students who wish to pursue clinical Homosexuality is wrong, and if the
and plans to include a series of "man- wearing black boots, mirrored Inside the office, McNamara said work in alcoholism or drug abuse will board approves this addition, it is
on-the-street" interviews and several sunglasses, and camouflage, mar- theywere joined by three other men be required to complete two promoting homosexuality," he said.
scenes using stop-action photography ching in formation to Gang of Four's who wore no uniforms or name semesters of applied work in an
to illustrate changes on the campus. "I Love a Man in a Uniform" and The badges and refused to identify their alcoholism treatment program or But, president of the campus'
Only 100 students have ordered Sex Pistols "Anarchy in the UK." employer. McNamara said he was clinic Alliance for Lesbian/Gay Support,
copies of the tape, which carries a $70, For the post-war "burnt" look, denied access to an English-speaking - -The Chronicle of Kim Adams, said "This addition to
price tag. Students who pay an extra models stumbled down the runway interpreter and to the U.S. embassy. Higher Education the policy does not reflect a moral
$25 receive a bonus of footage of wearing tattered and ripped evening McNamara said he was held for position. This is simply a statement of
themselves receiving their diploma wear under black lights. about 90 minutes while the men sear- nondiscrimination.."
on commencement. Finishing off the show was the ched his luggage, made photocopies of WMU adds gay right
Hurwitz's company, Campus lastest in body bag fashions. Announ- his personal documents, and struck clause to school policy - Western Herald
Image, still hasn't turned a profit. cer Jill Daly introduced them saying him several times.
"People haven't really warmed up to "brought to you by Hefty Steel Sack "They punched me a couple of -
the idea yet," said Larry Goodsen, and Glad 40 Gallon White, clothing times in the chest and then frisked The Western Michigan University
Hurwitz's partner in the company. "I gone, designers dead, fashion simple. me," McNamara said. "They Board of Trustees approved the ad- Colleges appears every Wed-
think as the years go by, people will The body bag as the last word." threatened me with arrest and dition of the words "sexual orien-
still be ordering them (the tapes) five The fashion show was brought to St. repeatedly called me a communist tation" to its official policy of non- nesday. It was compiled by Daily
or six years from now." Paul by a number of Minnesota peace through the whole hour and a half." discrimination. staff writer Janice Plotnik.
Goodson and Hurwitz received groups, said production manager The incident was a direct violation The policy now states: "It is the
Women converge on Nairobi for U.N. conference

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NAIROBI, Kenya (UPI) - Ten
thousand women from around the
world converged on Nairobi yester-
day for Forum 85, a convention
focusing on a host of personal and
political issues that will serve as a
prelude to next week's U.N. Decade
for Women Conference.
The largest-ever meeting of non-
governmental women's
organizations, dubbed by promoters
as the "women's event of the cen-
tury," begins today.
A CONTROVERSY erupted
Tuesday when hundreds of American

women challenged the Kenyan gover- ference, which begins next week and attracted more than 10,000 women to prisoners in the Soviet Union and the
nment to use troops to evict them has attracted government-supported Nairobi. The streets of Nairobi effects of the Iran-Iraq war on Iraqi
from hotel rooms to make way for delegations from around the world. already had a festive atmosphere women.
other delegates coming to a U.N. HUNDREDS of women facing evic- yesterday. "This is the greatest women's event
women's conference. tion, headed by Betty Shapiro, chair- THERE were women with back- of the century," said Dame Nita
The women have been given until man of the American Jewish packs and sandals, some with flowers Barrow of Barbados, the convenor of
tomorrow to vacate their rooms in fir- Women's Caucus, told a press con- in their hair, others with T-shirts with Forum 85.
st-class downtown hotels and move in- ference they would stage sit-ins messages like "no more Hiroshimas" "It is not a meeting. It is not a con-
to dormitories at the University of rather than be evicted by the and even a smattering of "Mondale ference. It is an encounter, a hap-
Nairobi. Kenyans. for President" campaign badges. pening. It is a meeting of the minds, a
Most of the U.S. delegates represent "If the government sends in the Among 1,000 symposiums will be an exchange of ideas," she said.
organizations not sponsored by troops we will meet that situation as it discussions on how to cope with a "We are going to find the very im-
governments and are in the Kenyan occurs," said Shapiro. "We are trying wife-beater, incest, the women's role portant women of the rural areas on
capital for Forum 85 - a prelude to to stay in our rooms." in agricultural development; political whose backs all civilization and coun-
the U.N. Decade for Women Con- Forum 85, which ends July 19, has issues like the treatment of women tries have long depended - these

Highlight
The City of Ann Arbor Parks and Recreation
Department presents the Ann Arbor Civic Band
in concert at West Park tonight at 8 p.m. Ad-
mission is free.
Films
Ann Arbor Film Coop - Brief Encounter, 7:30
p.m.; Summertime, 9:20 p.m., MLB.
Michigan Theater Foundation - Mutual III, 7
p.m.; The Great Dictator, 8:30 p.m., Michigan
Theater.
Power Center - Art of Silence, dusk, Top of
the Power Center, free.

[APPENING
Performances
Ann Arbor Chamber Orchestra - "Wind En-
semble," noon, Liberty Plaza, Liberty and South
Division.
Meetings
Counseling Services - Dissertation Support
Group, 1 p.m., 3100 Union.
Friends of the Matthaei Botanical Gardens -
7:30 p.m., room 125, 1800 Dixboro Rd.
Science Fiction Club - Stilyagi Air Corps, 8:15
p.m., Michigan League.

Miscellaneous
WCBN - "Women's Rites and Rhythms," 6
p.m., 88.3FM.
Center for Japanese Studies - Bag Lunch
Talk, "Japanese Weddings: A Slide Talk," noon,
Lane Hall Commons.
Muslim Student Association - Islamic Coffee
Hour, noon, room D, Michigan League.
Computing Center - workshop, "Using Win-
dow with your IBM-PC or Zenith Z-150, Pt II," 3
p.m., 3113SEB.
Microcomputer Education Center -
workshop, "Microcomputer WordStar (Pt I).
8:30 a.m., "Microsoft Word for the Apple Macin-
tosh Pt It," 8:30 a.m., 3113 School of Education
Building.

women who were said not to be able to
speak for themselves 10 years ago but
who are now here to tell you what they
have done in the past 10 years in
development," Barrow said.
Correction
A story on Page 2 of yesterday's
Daily was incorrectly attributed to
Darrian Smith. It was taken by Dan
Habib.
No one faces cancer alone.
Call us.
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIEY'

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