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Page 14 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 16, 1986
Summertime MSA prepares for fal

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By MARY CHRIS JAKLEVIC
Although the depleted summer
Michigan Student Assembly has
full authority, members will spend
much of their time laying the
groundwork for fall term.
According to Rich Layman, ac-
ting Administrative Coordinator,
about 18 of the recently-elected
assembly members will be in Ann
Arbor this summer, as well as
some students who hold non-
elected positions.
THE ASSEMBLY may still take
action through resolutions, since it
has readjusted the number of
representatives necessary for a
quorum. Most assembly
resolutions lack enforcement
power.
Layman said the smaller num-
ber of representatives during the
summer makes the assembly
more cohesive. "Things are more
personal. People have more time
to talk and there is less political
posturing," he said.
MSA President Kurt Muenchow
said he will spend his time talking
to University administrators about
various issues.
MUENCHOW SAID he will con-
centrate especially on developing
a campus-wide escort service, and

studying the problem of deputizing
University security officers. The
University's Department of Public
Safety has been investigating this
possibility for several years.
Most MSA committees are plan-
ning new strategies for recruiting
members and taking action on
issues in the fall, when more
students wil be on campus to par-
ticipate.
Art school representative Dave
Lovinger, a member of the Com-
munication Committee, said he
plans to spend time redesigning
MSA's Campus Report to attract
more readers when it resumes
publishing in the fall.
THE COMMITTEE will also try
to increase student awareness of
MSA next year through a radio
show on WCBN and speaking
engagements in dorms.
External Affairs chair Mike
Margolis said he would work with
the Michigan Collegiate Coalition,
a statewide organization of
student governments, and various
state politicians to lobby for the
appointment of a student to the
University's Board of Regents.
The assembly has been pushing
for a "student regent" since last
fall.

The committee will also con-
tinue to work on the ongoing
projects of lobbying state
legislation for more education
funding and financial aid for
students.I
STUDENT RIGHTS Committee
chair Ken Weine said his commit-
tee will follow the University
Council, which will continue
meeting throughout the summer.

The council is attempting to for-
mulate an acceptable alternative
to the University administration's
proposed code of non-academic
conduct.
Weine said that the committee
will do "more monitoring than ac-
ting during the summer." Now it
would be ridiculous to stage an an-
ti-code rally in the diag, but we
can get ready for the fall," he said.

Summer is also the time for ad-
ministrative changes. The assem-
bly plans to hire a new ad-
ministrative coordinator in the
next month and will keep the office
open full time if it can recruit
enough staff, according to Muen-
chow.
The assembly will hold bi-
weekly meetings starting this
Monday at 8 p.m.

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MSA delays code procedures input

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are expected to oppose any code
not dealing with non-violent
crimes. "I'm very pleased that the
faculty and students have been
working together in this capacity.
But by focusing upon only violent
crimes, they have left a lot out,"
said Virginia Nordby, special
assistant to President Shapiro and
author of the administration's
code proposal.
Schnaufer said he didn't know
how the disparity would be
resolved.
With no response coming from
MSA, the council will also not be
able to revise its emergency

procedures and make a formal
recommendation to the University
community.
"In my view, what MSA does or
doesn't do at this point is crucial,"
said Nordby.
But Muenchow said he wouldn't
provide input until the entire

assembly reconvenes in Septem-
ber.
"Stalling with the ad-
ministration has to be done
because MSA can't pass the
emergency procedures before it
has a student referendum behind
such a move," Muenchow said.

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The6
TheTCalendar
of The University of Michigan

F DAY
May 16
Microcomputer Educ Ctr-Wkshps: Lotus 1-2-
3, Pt II, 8:30 am-12:30 pm; MS-DOS
Busic Skills, Pt 1, 3-5 pm, 3001 SEB; Busic
Concepts of Programming, 10:30 am-12:30
pm; Basic Concepts of Microcomputer
Word Processing, 1-3 pm, 4003 SEB. For
info, call 764-5356.
Regents'-Mtg, 9 am, Fleming Admin.
*HRD-Wkshp, Performance Planning & Ap-
praisal, 8:30 am-noon, For info, call 764-
7410.
*Cont Med Educ-2-day conf, Advances in
Pediatrics: Neurology, Immunology & In-
fections, Apnea & resuscitation, Towsley
Ctr. For info, call Betty Phillips, 763-1400.
Prog on Conflict Management Alternatives,
Sch Soc Work-Lec, James Laue, "The
Analysis & Resolution of Social Conflict,"
noon-2 om, E Conf Rm, Rackham.
Korean Christian Fellowship - Bible study
mtg, 9 pm, Campus Chapel. For info, call
663-8800.
International Students Fellowship - Mtg, 7
pm. Fr ride, call 994-4669.
Tae Kwon Do Club-Practice, 6 pm. For info,
cull 665-2958, 665-7399.

The calendar combines meeting, lecture
workshop and conference announcements
with other events happening each week on
campus. It is based on The University
Record calendar, and is open to all Univer
sity sponsored groups and organizations
recognized by the Michigan Student Assem-
bly. Items must be submitted in writing by 5
p.m. the Tuesday before publication. Ad-
dress alt/information to: University Record,
42 Maynard St. Asterisk (*) denotes events
to which admission is charged.e
SUNDAY
May 18
Art & Arch-Reception. Herbert Johe, "From
Beaux-Arts to Geometric Constructivism,"
3-6 pm, Slusser Gallery.
*Cont Med Educ-3-day wkshp, 5th Annual
Spring Workshop: Neonatal ECMO, Tows-
ley Ctr. For info, call Jolene Glaspie, 763-
1400.
Univ Lutheran Chapel-Worship, 9:15 am,
1511 Washtenaw Ave.
WELS Campus Ministry-Worship, 10 am,
RedeemerLutheran Church, 1360 Pauline.
For info, 662-0663.
Lord of Light Lutheran Chursh-Worship,
10:30 am, 801 S Forest.
His House Christian Fellowship-Meal & Bible
study, 648 pm, 925 E Ann. For info, call
665-0775, 663-0483.

Interdept Prog in Genetics-Sem, Thomas
Shows, "Mapping the Human Genome
Parasexually, " 4-6 pm, N Lec Hall, Med
Sci It. For info, call 764-5490.
Otolaryngology-Recep, 7-9 pm; Josef Miller,
"Bionic Ear," 7:30 pm, Ann Arbor Hands
On Museum. For info, call Jean Calabrese,
764-8110.
TUESDAY
May 20
Interdept Prog in Genetics-Sem, David Bot-
stein, "Making & Using a Genetic Map of
the Human Genome Based on Restriction
Fragment Length Polymorphisms," 4-6
pm, N Lec Hall, Med Sci II. For info, call
764-5490.
Rec Sports-Outdoor Cooking Clinic, 6 pm,
NCRB. Advance reg req. Por info, call 764-
3967.
*Univ Printing Svcs-Sem, "Ask the Printer,"
1-5 pm, 1919 Green Rd. For info, call
Brett Ashley or Bob Hubbard, 764-6230.
*HRD-Wkshps: Time Mgmt for P/A Staff;
Using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator,
8:30 am-noon. For info, call 764-7410.
*Ext Svc-3-day conf, Big 10 Wang User's
Conf. reg. at 8 am, Rackham.
*U-M-Flint-Film, Caine Mutiny, 7 pm, Univ
Ctr Kiva.
*AAFC-La Cage Aux Folles, 7:30 & 9:30 pm,
MLB4.
Career Plan & Plcmt, Chrysler-Plymouth-
Wkshp, Career Search, 3 pm, Andersen Rm
D, Mich Union.
Sch Pub HIth-Lec, Haroutune Armenian,
"The Epidemiology of War, " 3:30 pm,
Aud, SPH I1.
Action Against AIDS-Mtg. 7 pm, Rm 4,
League, For info, call 763-4186.
WEDNESDAY
May 21
Interdept Prog in Genetics-Sem, James Gus-
ella, "DNA Markers in Huntington's Dis-
ease & Other Neurogenetic Disorders," 4-6
pm, N Lec Hall, Med Sci 11. For info, call
764-5490.
Turner Clinic Learning Prog-Wkshp, Senses
& the Pleasure of Life, 1-3 pm, Pittsfield
Senior Ctr, 701 W Ellsworth. For info,
call 764-2556.
Physiology-Sem, Fred Karsh, 4 pm, 7745
Med Sc II.
*Major Events-Concert, Robert Palmer, 7:30
pm, Hill Aud. For info, call 763-TKTS.

Sch Nrsg, Ctr for Occupational HIth & Safety
Engrg-Wkshp, Elaine Richard,- Health
Promotion in the Workplace, 8 am-4 pm, N
Campus Commons. For reservations, call
Sally Lusk, 747-0347.
*HRD-Wkshp, Mgmt of Stress for P/A
Staff, 8:30 am-noon. For info, call 764-
7410.
Prog in Human Values in Med-Lec, Carl
Cohen, "Abortion, Pt III: Is Moral Com-
promise Defensible?" noon, S Lec Hall,
Med Sci I1.
Sch Pub HIth-Lec, Haroutune Armenian,
"The Status of Children in Lebanon,"
3:30 pm, Aud, SPH 11.
Tae Kwon Do Club-See May 19.
Mich Gay Union-Mtg, 9 pm, 802 Monroe.
For info, call 763-4186.
Dissertation Support Grp-Mtg, 8:30-10 am,
3100 Union. For info, call 764-8312.
Sci Fiction Club-Mtg, Stilyagi Air Corps,
8:15 pm, League.
THURSDAY
May 22
Interdept Prog in Genetics-Sem, Uta Francke,
"Convergence of the Clinical, Cvtogenetic
& Molecular Maps of the X Chromosome, "
4-6 pm, N Lec Hall, Med Sci It. For info,
call 764-5490.
Ophthy, Psych, Physiology, Bioengr-Brown
bag lec, Robert Bernhardt, "Axon Top-
ography in Regenerated Optic Pathways of
Goldfish, " 12:15-1:30 pm, 2032 Neurosci.
Microcomputer Educ Ctr-Wkshps: Final
Word :IPt I; Spreadsheeting with Excel,
PtIl, 8:30 am-12:30 pm: dBASE III PLUS.
Pt 1, 1-5 pm, 3001 SEB; Intro of Microcom-
puters, 10:30 am-12:30 pm; Basic Concepts
of Microcomputer Telecommunications, I-
3 pm. 4003 SEB. For info, call 764-5356.
CEW-Science Day on Campus. For info, call
763-7080.
Chem--Sem, Dana D. Diot, "Spectroscopy of
Fast Mechanical Processes in Solids & Pro-
teins, "4 pm, 1200 Chem.
*AAFC-Around the World in 80 Days, 8 pm,
MLB4.
*League-American Heritage, Michigan, 5-
7:15 pm, Cafeteria.
Univ AA-Mtg, noon, 3200 Union.
Scottish Country Dancers-Beg 7 pm; inter-
meds 8 pm, Forest Hills Comm Ctr, 2351
Shadowood. For info, call 769-4324.
His House Christian Fellowship-Bible study,
7:30 pm, 925 E Ann. For info, call 665-
0775, 663-0483.

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SATURDAY MONDAY
May 17 May 19
Mus Art-Storytelling, Sharon Roberts, African Population Stds Ctr-Brown bag, David Wil-
folktales & music, 2 pm, Mus Art. dams, "Socioeconomic Differentials in Mor-
Stdt Svcs-Exhibit recep & gallery talk, "Art & tality: The Role of Psychosocial Factors, "
Artifacts from the Sepik River & Sepik/Fly noon, 1225 S Univ.
Headwaters of New Guinea, " 4:30 pm, Coll Engr-Roger Schank, "Artificial Intelli-
Pond Rm, Union. For info, call 996-4551. gence: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow, "
*AAFC-Modern Times, 7:30 pm; The Great 4:14 pm, Hale Aud, Sch Bus Admin.
Dictator, 9:20 pm, MLB 4. Tae Kwon Do Club-Practice, 6 pm. For info,
call-665-2958, 665-7399.

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