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DRUGS
Continued from Page 1
Department of Education. "We didn't
want to hold up people who were eligible
for aid but were confused by the question
or thought it didn't apply to them"
"This law will deter people from using
drugs" said Angela Flood, spokeswoman
for US. Rep. Mark Souder (R-Ind.) who
introduced the bill. " It will make people
responsible for their actions."
U.S. Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) has
been opposed to the law since it was
introduced by Souder two years ago.
Recently he attempted to introduce legis-
lation to o ertur the law, but the mea-

sure was defeated in Congress.
"This excessively harsh reaction is
symptomatic of the national drug policy"
Frank said. "We single out drug offend-
ers, but we don't single out assault or
rape. Both presidential nominees have
admitted to using drugs, and they have
not been penalized for it."
Opponents of the measure have
accused the law of being unfairly puni-
tive to minorities and the poor Although
blacks and whites have approximately the
same rate of drug use, 59 percent of peo-
ple convicted for drug offenses are
African-Arnerican. In addition, the oppo-
nents contend, the law would be inherent-
1y biased against the poor, who are most

in need of federal financial assistance.
"That is an insult to the minorities and
the poor," Flood said. "It makes a leap in
assuming that minorities in college use
more drugs." Flood also pointed out that
the law would only apply to students cur-
rently receiving financial aid, and that
students could regain eligibility by par-
ticipating in a rehabilitation program and
testing clean for drugs.
The law demands a suspension of
financial aid for one sear after the first
possession conviction, twov ears after the
second and indefinitely after the third.
The penalty for sale of drugs is one year
for the first conviction and indefinitely
after the second.

The Michigan Daily - Monday, June 19, 2000
Students react to
Wolverine Access

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BARN HELP NEEDED mornings at horse
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at 734-475-3209
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CLERICAL- ASSISTING chiropractor with
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EARN UP TO $10/HR. Now hiring for
spring and summer positions that can
continue through out the school year.
Flexible evenings & wknds.-set your own
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kills while maintaining and improving
student programs at U of M. Call or stop by
Michigan Telefund 611 Church Suite 4F.
998-7420 for info and application.
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FANTASTIC Ann Arbor area sales career
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Compensation includes base, commission
and stock options. Please email cover letter
and resume to: Dept. CR at jobs
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GLOBAL PHOTOGRAPHY
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nude and semi-nude photography. Great pay,
flexible hours. 734-741-7487.
HOW DOES TOBACCO SMOKING
AFFECT YOUR BRAIN?
Healthy male/female drug-free tobacco
smokers, ages 18-50 are needed for studying
brain-blood flow using a safe, short-lived
radioisotope. Interested volunteers must not
be on any medications and abused
Oubstances. Participants will be given free
Triedical work-ups and scheduled for a
morning study in University Hospital, after
overnight tobacco abstinence. Call 734-647-
8239 and leave name, telephone number,
when and where you can be reached. Pays
$250 upon completion of the study involving
about 5 hours.

project work and ongoing consulting. Fax
letter/resume to: 662-3255.
INDIVIDUALS NEEDED FOR
RESEARCH STUDIES: The Parke-Davis
Community Research Clinic is seeking
healthy males and females, ages 18-55. for
participation in upcoming medication
research studies. Studies last approximately
two - four weeks. Payment for study
participation ranges from $500.00 -
$1000.00. You must not take daily
prescription medications or have any chronic
illness. A pre-screening process is required.
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800-567-8804, Mon. - Fri., 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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LAB ASST. (MED SCHOOL) work study.
Assist with documentation and
correspondence for cell line preparation and
shipment. $7-$8/hr. Call Margie at 647-0569.

OR INTERNSHIP for Real Estate
Management Company. Good computer and
accounting skills required for this
challenging, mulit-location position. Full-
time. Excellent Salary EOE Please send
resume, or apply in person to:
Mckinley Prtoperties
319 Braun Court
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Fax: (734)769-6814
Email: i.novack@emckinley.com
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Business
School Snack Bar is now hiring for the Fall
term. Wanted: dependable & reliable counter
help. Counter help will train. The Snack Bar
is open 7 days a week. Many hours available.
Will work around class schedule. Starting
pay is $8.00/hr. Please apply in person in the
student lounge which is located at 904
Monroe or contact Gayle Flowers at 936-
3160 before 4 p.m. Monday through Friday,
or email gflowers@umich.edu EOE.
WANTED: If your parent is a current or ex-
smoker, you are needed for a paid
questionnaire study at U of M. Pays $10 per
family member - If more than one Family
member participates, then the "child" gets
$10 for each parent. Call 734-763-9000,
#6315
WANTED: Women smokers ages 20-45 are
needed for UM study on smoking $
emotions. Requires 3 days of smoking
abstinence and 2 lab sessions. Pays $175.
Call 734-763-9000, #6306
WORK AT HOME part-time. Surf the web
for $$$. No investment. Totally private.
Really simple. 1-800-959-9541.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for occasional
eves., weekends, non-snike., own car, refs.
Call 434-2878.
CHILDCARE WANTED in A2 home close
to campus. 15-20 hrs./wk. incl 7.30-9.30 am.
Exp., refs., & trans. req. Price neg. Ages 3
yrs. and 1 yrs. Call 248-231-9954.
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NEEDED: BABYSITTER 3 kids. Car
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SUMMER BABYSITTER needed in my A2
home. To begin June 19, Mon-Fri, 10-5pin.
Non-smoker, must have own car. Call Jill at
482-4500 or 747-8748.

By Natalie Plosky
For the Daily
On June 5, the University implement-
ed an updated version of Wolverine
Access, with the new feature of online
registration. Wolverine Access is the stu-
dent side of a Univ ersity-wide initiatise.
led by MPathways, to make information
sytems enteilrise-wide.
indai ancock Green. communica-
tons cotditror of MPathways,
exlain d fiat s/i system was undertak-
en to1 nk riasrtion easier.
- hi decision vs isreally to rebuild an
old set - sstems so they would work
together iore effectively and efficiently:'
fGreen said.
MPathways staff worked to clean up
data in the legacy systems for months.
Four complete mock conversions were
conducted from the legacy system to the
new system. Sixty-five thousand individ-
ual student records needed to be trans-
ferred and all but about 5600 records
were converted automatically. The
remaining records had to be converted
manually.
By June 5. less than 1500 records were
left to be converted. However, no students
enrolled for Spring, Spring/Summer, or
Summer term have unconverted files.
Those files not converted are expected to
be completed today.
Students can perform the same func-
tions with the new version of Wolverine
Access with the added capability of
registering online.
"The web is so accessible now and in
many cases free" Green said.
Out of town students will no longer
have to worry about long-distance
charges when accessing their file over
the phone. Wolverine Access is still
available from 7 a.m. until midnight and
students will still be assigned a registra-
tion start time, as with the old system.
As orientation students were the first
to access the new system with the
online registration feature on June 6,
MPathways conducted exit surveys at
the orientation sessions to gauge stu-
dent's reactions to the new system.
The results from June 6 indicated a
positive response from the students.
One of several questions asked was
"flow easy was it to for you to register
for classes?" Of the 43 students sur-
veyed, 72 percent responded that is was
"very easy". Regarding the "overall
ease of use," 70 percent reported that

they were "very satisfied.
Students were asked for further com-
ments on Wolverine Access. One stu-
dent's response summed up many stu-
dents' experience with the new system.
"Some error messages were unclear.
Speed of display (was) very good. It was
so quick and easy to register for classes!
I'm so glad that we can now register
through the computer because I've heard
some horror stories about the phone sys-
item!"thestudent's survey said.
I/tt stome students expressed frustra-
tion i etheir surveys with the new system
because of various technical difficulties.
There have been problems with five or
six classes. Green said, but she pointed
out there are thousands of classes, and
thus the problems are relatively minor.
Green also said the system is in its early
stages. "It's a living system, it's not per-
fect...We'll fix this," Green said. "It may
take two or three days."
Green said she was impressed with
the student and staff interaction in solv-
ing the problems with Wolverine
Access. University staff, including
Registrar Tom McElvain, have been
actively involved in working out the
glitches with the new system.
"These are folks at the top level of
the organization of the University who
are working in their shirt-sleeves late at
night to make sure (the system) works,
Green said.
Despite minor complications with
Wolverine Access, Green said she is
pleased with the results so far.
"What we initiated was a well-
planned, well-considered community
effort by all of the schools and colleges,
the Office of Financial Aid, the Student
Financial Operations Office, the
Registrar's Office and MPathways all
working together with one specific goal,"
Green said. "The goal as to make it easi-
er to access the information and still
maintain control over that information."
If students have further questions
about addresses or phone changes, reg-
istration, schedules, grades or tran-
scripts, they should contact the
Registrar's Office. In addition, begin-
ning in the fall term, Rescomp staff will
be able to assist students with the new
systemn.
Green encouraged students to give
their feedback about Wolverine Access.
Students can e-mail Green directly at
MPathways6tumich.edu or contact the
Registrar's Office.

OWN A COMPUTER? Put it to work! $25-
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1-888-788-1033.
PERSONAL. ASSISTANT: home/office.
Org., file, errands, phones, mail, computer,
cleaning. FT/PT. $8-10/hr. 996-4847
PHYSICAL ASSISTANT NEEDED for
disabled male law student. Pay negotiable,
will train. Call Chris 761-9551.
RESIDENT MANAGERS. A couple or 2
roommates wanted to lease apts, collect rent,
and do minor maintenance. Beginning Mid-
Aug 00'. Compensation=Free rent for 2 bdrm
apt. Stop by Varsity at 625 Church Street.
ROOFERS: Sherriff-Goslin Co. Foreman,
helpers. Remove & install new roof.
Unemployment avail. in winter for full-time
employees. Hlealthbits, at group rules. Exp.
helpful. 734/994-00 2tbt. 7:30am and
9:30am only. EOE m/f.
SUBJECTS FOR U OF M Dept. of
Psychiatry Perception Study: Must have
vision corrected to 20/30, be native English
speakers, have no neurological or major
psychiatric diagnoses. Time 45-75 minutes.
Payment $10-$15. For information/
scheduling, call Ruthann (734) 647-8762.
SUBJECTS WANTED for Perception
Experiment. Takes approx. 4 hrs., pays $35.
Must be right handed and have vision
correctable to20/20. Call 936-2825.

Changes in Wolverine Access
hftp://wolverineaccess.umich.ed u
* Register for classes Online
* Classes can be researched by class number, pro-
fessor, time or subject
m Can choose whether to take a class pass/fail while
registering for class
* Online disenrollment from term
- Instead ofdivision numbers, class numbers will be used
* Transcripts can be ordered online

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