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2 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, June 5, 1996

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is my finding that collateral estoppel
does not apply," Fink said.
Mitchell said she was happy with the
court's decision.
"I'm quite pleased," she said. "We
don't want to go into the trial with our
hands tied behind our backs."
Lisa Resch, a member of the
National Woman's Rights Organizing
Coalition, was at the court building to
support the three employees.

"The University's attempt to get the
case dismissed is just to cover their
own tracks," Resch said. "Everyone
knows that racist attacks like these
occur and they occur every day"
NWROC has supported the Dental
School Three since their firings.
Mitchell, Atkins and Isabell are
suing the University for back wages,
cleared records and reinstatement at the
Dental School. The trial's date has yet
to be determined.
"We look forward to winning,"
Mitchell said.

COS Community Crisis Center
" feed a hungry child
* help a homeless family find a place to live
" be there for someone who needs to talk
Training starts soon call Tammy at 465-6730

OM -time Baking DIANE COOK/Daiy
Eric Wolff bakes a funeral pie at Cobblestone Farm on Sunday. Volunteers put on a typical day of grieving in the mid-
1800s as part of "Living History Days" at the farm on the first Sunday of every month. The next "Living History Day" will
be held July 7 and will demonstrate butter churning and ice cream making.

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in the hospital. A job fair is scheduled to be held at the
Medical Center on June 18.
Laurita Thomas, Medical Center director of human
resources, said employees first received reduction-in-
force notifications last Wednesday. She said the vast
majority of the notices would be given out in the next

couple of weeks.
In addition to staff reductions,-Jacobs also announce
that a 32 bed unit in an acute medical surgical unit, and
10-bed unit in the W.K. Kellogg Eye Center, would b
"This is hard work, but it is also exciting to be responsiv
to do what society asked of us," Jacobs said.
Jacobs said the medical center would proceed with its 3
year plan to downsize because it still "has a ways to go."

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