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LETTER
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said SOLE organizer and LSA senior Andy
Cornell.
In March, 30 members of SOLE stormed
Bollinger's office, occupying it for 51 hours.
The advisory committee, to start bi-weekly meet-
ings in September, is made up of 10 student, faculty
and staff representatives.
Although earlier reports incorrectly reported that
the University has affiliated with the Fair Labor
sociation - a government sponsored coalition of
rporations, human rights groups and other organi-
zations aimed at monitoring and curbing sweatshop
conditions in the apparel industry - Public Policy
Prof. John Chamberlain, the advisory committee

chair, said no such partnership has been committed
to as of yet.
"However, the committee will consider all options
for affiliation,".he said.
The University remains one of the only large
schools in the nation to not ally itself with the FLA.
Since January, student protests at college campus-
es across the nation have brought the issue of sweat-
shop labor in the collegiate apparel industry to the
forefront - highlighting flaws in the FLAs code of
conduct.
SOLE and its affiliate groups on campuses
nationwide are calling for universities to reject the
FLA, calling it a cover for sweatshops.
Last Tuesday, representatives from United
Students Against Sweatshop went to the White
House to met with Gene Sperling, President Bill

"The (Fair Labor Association) is nothing but a
smokescreen for hiding unjust labor practices."
- Lyndsey Norman
University of Arkansas student

Clinton's assistant for economic policy, to discuss
the FLA and the anti-sweatshop movement.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill stu-
dent Marion Traub-Werner, one of the USAS repre-
sentatives at the meeting, said Sperling was unwill-
ing to meet the student's demands.
"Without full public disclosure we cannot know
whether a monitoring system actually improves
working conditions," Traub-Werner said.
"The FLA is nothing but a smoke screen for hid-

ing unjust labor practices," said University of
Arkansas student Lyndsey Norman, a USAS orga-
nizer. "Our message to the (Clinton) administration
is 'mend it or end it."'
With the increased pressure on the FLA, the
University will in the neantime wait and see.
"The University continues to consult with other
universities and a wide range of government agen-
cies and non-governmental organizations on all
aspect of this issue," Chamberlain said.

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HANDICAPPED ELDERLY LADY
seeking a responsible/reliable student (in the
health care field) or caregiver. In need of help
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Weekend hours needed now. Possible job
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HELP US BETTER UNDERSTAND the
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JOBS, JOBS, JOBS'.!
Chat with famous UM alumni, enhance your
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Call 998-7420 for more info or stop by 611
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OFFICE ASST.: PROVIDE clerical and
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School Snack Bar is now hiring
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ATTENDANTS
University of Michigan Medical Center's
valet parkitng contractor is now seeking
energetic. positive, happy people for various
full and part time positions as valet
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Must have a Bachelor's Degree in Education,
Counseling Psychology or Marketing or
related field, and enrolled at The University
of Michigan for the '99-00 academic year.
One year experience in Student Program
Development, working knowledge of or
experience in General Marketing and Service
Promotion. Knowledge of computer use such
as graphic software and Excel is desirable.
Must have excelenti interpersoual and
comm! unicatiox skills as well as x9f:-
mIlliated and responsile. Mast be ale to
work 211 bnrks some eve nn a and
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BABYSITTER NEEDED for
month old boy. 12 hours a week
and experience with infants re-
712-2593. Competitive pay.
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