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2 -The Michgan DalSmeWeeWy-Wenesday, May 5, 1993

GO FOR THE GOLD

SETnLEMENT
CSn1NUED FROM PAGEI
School agreed to payiJacobsen $3,000
on behalf of the Journal.
"I have not been paid the settle-
ment agreement," Jacobsen said. "I
have also not gotten any of the instal-
lation costs promised to me for last
October's event."
Ane Mre Pacea memberof the
Jour'ia, sad that the pape submitte
tj a ment reuest to teirfinancia
office atr te press conference a-
nounced the settlement.
'There was an administrative er-
ror" Pace said. "The cheek has been
mailed'
Jacobsensconcerns, however, are
not limited to the monetary issue. She
said the Journalirejected her article on
the pornography issue after they in-
vited her to write it.
In a Nov. 20ODaily article, Journal
members said. "We have extended to
her the opportuni tyto expresher views
in our first issue."
Jacobsen said she wrote and sub-
mitted an article to the Journal, but was
told it was unacceptable beeause of
references to the censorship of her
exhibit.
'Theyrejectedrnyarticle," she said.
"Evidently, they just wantsa glossed-
over version of the events that oc-
curred'"
She claims that the Law School is
continuing a policy of censorship and
abuse of power.
"My concern is that these (mem-
bers of the Journal) are undertaking
the anti-pornography campaign of
(Catherine) MacKinnon as their sa-
ered eross," she said.
MacKinnon is the University's
leading expert on legal issues in por-
nography.

Pace saidthe Journal never rej ected
the article, but instead demanded cer-
tain changes be made before publica-
tion.
"We did not want an account of
exhibit events that we did not agree
with," Pace said . 'That would have
forced us to write our own version of
the incident."
She said the Joumnal would aceept a
revised piece, but said thata committee
of 25 Journal members would again
review it.
Jacobsensaceusations are not lim-
ited to the Journal. She claims that the
Law School is not abiding by itssagree-
mint to sponsor another pornography
conference in the fall
"Ithave notheard from (Law School
Dean Lee Bollinger ) in over two
months," she said. "t have not been told
when the event will be, where it will
take place or who will be invited to
speak"
She said she has invited writers
Deborah Willis and Carol Vance, as
well as New York performance artist
Holly Hughes.
"The Dean has not contacted any of
these people," said Jacobsen. "I'm con-
cerned that he is dragging his feet."
Bollinger said that a new sympo-
sium was not part of the settlement
terms, but that it is his intention to see
that the forum takes place.
"We could justreinstalthe original
exhibit in the Union," said Bollinger.
"But I feel that a new exhibit would
offer more educational value for stu-
dents."
He added that he tried to coordinate
the event for sometime in March or
April, but time constraints prevented
the forum's scheduling until the fall.
He said he has hired an administrative
assistant to put the event together.
"I do not feel that I'm dragging my
heels," he said.

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