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venting students from drinking.
"It's good for people that don't want to
drink, but it won't help stop drinking.
People that want to drink will drink no
matter what," Bergren said.
The committee of students, faculty
and administrators also suggested the
possibility of holding more classes on
Friday mornings to deter drinking on
Thursday nights.
In addition, the report suggests the
University community consider parental
notification when students violate alco-
hol and controlled substance laws or
Although the University does not have
a parental notification policy, the report
recommends beginning a campus-wide
dialogue on the implications of such a
Engineering first-year student
Cynasure Ross said she thinks such a
system would "keep people on their toes
and raise the caution level" about risky
drinking. But Ross said such a policy
may be more effective if used only for
repeat offenders.

"It might defeat the purpose of dealing
with your own consequences," Ross said.
The report's release follows an acade-
mic year with a number of highly-publi-
cized alcohol-related incidents on cam-
pus and throughout the state.
LSA student Courtney Cantor died
last October after falling from her sixth
floor Mary Markley Residence Hall win-
dow. She had been seen earlier drinking
at a fraternity party.
The committee also recommends that
another committee be formed to ensure
more student input, and oversee the
implementation of the recommendations
in the fall.
Harper said further work will continue
this fall when students return to campus.
Creating a change
The committee's recommendations
hiring a fulltime staff person to
coordinate alcohol and other drug
programs on campus.
menhancing or-campus support for
students with alcohol and drug use
a discrediting perceptions first-year
students may have conceming peers
and alcohol use.

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American Broadcasters and between her
sophomore and junior years, she worked
for NBC's Meet the Press.
For many PSIP participants, the pro-
gram has opened their eyes to the world
of the federal government.
"It does show you the benefits the pub-
lic service," said Mehul Madia, a recent

University graduate interning with the
East Asia Bureau of the State
Stamm said the large number of col-
lege interns in Washington gives the city
a unique youthful spirit, unlike other
large cities.
Although other universities, such as
the Ivy League schools and Stanford
University, have similar internship pro-
grams, Lai said the structure of PSIP sets

it apart from the others.
Following a mass meeting and an
application and interview process during
the fall term, PSIP participants work with
the Career Planning and Planning office
throughout the year to search for an
appropriate internship.
Stamm said PSIP helps participants
get a head start on the internship search,
eliminating the last minute rush that can
be common when searching individually.

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be part of a natural rise and fall pattern
which occurs over a period of a few
years," he said.
University spokesperson Julie
Peterson said that nothing in the admis-
sions process itself has changed that
could account for an admissions
"A possible explanation is that every
year, each student has to compete with
every other student in the application
pool. A decrease in underrepresented
minority admission may just have to do
with something in the composition of
the pool this year," she said.

Peterson also said that any drop in
underrepresented minority admissions
is not the result of the lawsuits filed
against the University by the
Washington, D.C.-based Center for
Individual Rights.
The lawsuit challenges the
University's use of race as a factor in
Peterson said paid deposits show that
the underrepresented minority students
who have been accepted are interested
in attending because they could have
gone to "other colleges which they per-
ceived as being more diverse." Peterson
added that admissions data is still being
processed and will not be finalized until

Malika Pryor, co-chair of Sister to
Sister, an organization for minority
women on campus, said. a decline in
underrepresented minority admissions
concerns her.
"As a member of an organization
that aims to facilitate a sense of com-
munity for minority women, I do find
the decrease a little worrying," she
In the meantime, Matlock said the
University continues its strong commit-
ment to a diverse campus and is a
leader in diversity and related issues.
"U of M has a good, comprehensive
diversity program. Other institutions
look to us to see what we're doing and
how we're doing it," he said.

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