8 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, June 19, 1996 NEWS
AIDS memorial, mass wedding to be held in Lansing
By Janet Adamy
Daily Staff Reporter
The Michigan Pride Festival and the
eighth-annual "Remember My Name"
AIDS memorial service will be held at
the state capitol in Lansing this Saturday.
The Pride Festival, centered on
Michigan's march for lesbian, gay,
bisexual and transgendered rights, is
hosted each year by the Michigan Pride
Michigan Pride treasurer Erin
Stonestreet said the event was started to
increase homosexual awareness.
"It's an event to show Michigan just
how many gay people there are," said
Pride Festival events will be held at
the Washington Square Pedestrian Mall
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beginning Friday night. The march will
take place from 1- 2 p.m Saturday.
Stonestreet said the march will
include floats and an ROTC rifle corp
in order to "make it noisy and let peo-
ple know we're out there."
Rev. Mel White is scheduled to pre-
side over a same-sex mass union at 2:30
p.m. that afternoon. White is a former
ghost writer for Jerry Fallwell and Pat
Stonestreet said that 27 couples have
registered for the mass union and that
anyone is welcome to participate on the
day of the ceremony.
The "Remember My Name" Aids
memorial service will also be held in
Lansing on Saturday from 8:30 a.m.
until noon. Committee chairperson
Jean Dukarski estimated that some
2,800 names of AIDS victims will be
submitted by friends and family to be
read on the capitol steps.
For each name read, a ribbon will be
placed on one of 12 poles to be carried in
the Pride March that will take place fol-
lowing the name reading.
Seven panels from the Names Project
quilt, a national quilt made to remem-
ber AIDS victims, will be available for
viewing at the service.
Dukarski said the point of having the
memorial service is to ensure that people
don't forget about AIDS victims.
"All of our friends and loved ones are
still dying of AIDS. Our goal is to make
sure that these people are not forgot-
ten," Dukarski said.
By Matthew Smart
D~aity Staff Reporter
The Pharmacia & Upjohn
Foundation has given the University
$1.5 million for endowment funds to
support research and other programs in
the Medical School, Business School
and School of Public Health.
The funds have helped push the
University's Campaign for Michigan
past its five-year goal of$1 billion. The
campaign has reached a total of $1.02
billion since the mission began in 1992,
and marks the largest amount ever
raised by a public university in the
"The spectacular achievement of
reaching the $1 billion total, the first
for a public university in America, is
the result of exceptional teamwork on
the part of our nationwide network of
volunteers, our many generous alum-
ni/ae and friends, and our deans, facul-
ty and development staff, Duderst,*
said at last month's meeting of the
Board of Regents.
The $1.5 million gift will help sup-
port promising graduate students and
faculty in molecular medicine at the
Medical School. The funds also will
support a research professorship in bio-
statics, a field related to biomedical
research, in the School of Public
Health. The professorship will be
awarded to an established faculty mem-
ber in biostatics to financially suppo
his or her work.
The Corporate Environmental
Management Program, a program of the
Business School and School of Natural
Resources, will use the funds to expand
executive education, sumer intern-
ships, research projects, seminars aind
conferences. The program is designed to
tmi business leadem how to create
organizations that arc both environm.
tally and economically sustainable.
Endowed funds for faculty support,
program support and student support
ensure the future financial stability of
the University," said Donald Parfet,
president of the Pharmacia & Upjohtn
Foundation, in a written statement.
More than $240 million has been
raised toward an endowment goal of
$340 million. The University is trying
to raise the additional $100 million in
the remaining 16 months of to
Campaign for Michigan.
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