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they are to be ejected from the stadi-
um, Madej said.
As a way to combat stolen and
scalped tickets the University previ-
ously issued season tickets, in a
packet, forcing ticket holders to
bring all of their season tickets to all
events, .Bodnar said.
The idea was scraped because it
became a hassle to ticket holders
who lost their tickets.
The University switched to issu-
ing the tickets on a perforated sheet
so the students and regular season
tickets holders would only have to
bring one ticket to each game of the
Several other options for eliminat-
ing problems with tickets have been
considered due to recent advances in
technology, including a card with a
magnetic strip, similar to a credit
card, Madej said.
Although this idea has not been
considered, Madej said it would be a
few years from ever becoming reali-
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foremost in the decisions the Universt
makes;' Taylor said.
Jeff Brake, director of the Universi
Unions Information Service, sai
although Harper is now a vice president
that role will not limit her connection wit
"I still think she will be always be con
nected to students," Brake said. "Royste
isn't a role. Royster is Royster."
Harper has served University stude
through the happy times and also the sa
When LSA student Courtney Canto
died after falling from her sixth-floc
Mary Markley Residence Hall window
Harper was there comforting Cantor'
grief stricken hallmates and friends.
At a candlelight vigil held to remcm-
ber Cantor after her death, Harper tol
the crowd to try to look at the traged
and learn from its lessons.
"My wish for you tonight is not
understand the details of her death, but
understand the details of your ties,s
we don't have to stand here gain'
Supporting the emotional, profession
al and social growth of University stu
dents has been another one of tlarper:
main tenets of life.
One thing Harper said she always i.
excited for during the year is t
LeaderShape program where on a wes
long retreat, University students learn to
develop their leadership abilities.
And just as the students learn from set
experience and leadership, Harper said
she too benefits from them.
"I always learn sortething new,"
"The mere fact that she takes the tims
and energy to train for and participate it
those events really demonstrates how
much she cares about students and theit
development both in and outside 6
classroom," said Engineering senior
Philip Bayer, chair of Dance Marathon
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Greg Nelson, from Milan, is a seven-time World Hacky-Sack Champion. He said
he often makes the drive to Ann Arbor to hack with friends.
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