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Michigan Daily Summer Weekly, 2000-05-08

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y8, 2000

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at the Coliseum on 5th & Hill
by the softball field
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RESIGNATION
Continued from Page I
Maxmanian atnd I only hope to conntine facilitating the col-
lege's movement forward and to provide a transitional bridge
for a new dean,"haid Rabe, a profesnor ot environmental pol-
icy in the SNRL and adjnnct professor of political science in
the LSA.
"It's an exciting time becanse of the initiative in examnin-
ing nndergradnate edncatioin which will involve the cooper-
ation of the LSA and SNRE, an well as the continned work
to renovate the bnilding that is going Into its next stages,"
Rabe said. "The goal is not to terminate but to expand and
improve the classes offered by SNRE."
"The goal is not to termninate hot to expand and itmprove the
clashes offered by the SNRE'" Rabe said.
As a member of the I-SA's Undergraduate Ensvironmental

Sciences/Stndieskurr iculnm Development Committee, Rabe
has attended a series of discussions concerning the under-
gradnate policies involving both schools.4
"I nase a strong desire to see the school go forward," he
said.
University administrators said they were pleased with
Rabe's appointment as interim dean.
"He is a productive scholar and has a good vision of where
the school can go,' Cantor said. "He is very\ interdisciplinaiy,
a quality that will be important for the school:'
"One of the highest services anyone can perform is to serve
in an interinm capacity. Therefore, I am extremnely grateful to
Barry for taking on this important position,"1 Univert'
President Lee Bolliniger said in a press release.W
Rabe will start his twelsvc-month term on Jnly I svhen a
national search will commence for the next permanent
dean.

ZBT
Continued from Page I
vote on the fate of ZBT in the fall, but
in the meantime, the fraternity has itne
night to appeal CARP'S recommenda-
tion under the condition that they have
evidence to present that was not already
presented at the hearing.
Mangona said whether the IEC

Legislatis,,e Body decides to revoke
ZBT's imembership will not guarantee
any sanctionitng imposed by ZBT's
national chapter
"ZBT is a private organization like
the rest of onr chapters. Onrjnrisdietion
at the University is limited. We can only
expel thetai from our organization, but
that doesn't forbid them fl-nm existing
as a chapter," he said.

Silver said he was informed by ZBT's
national president that sattctions will be
imposed on the Unisersity's chapter, but
the severity of the sanctions are unknown
and questionable, he said - especially
since the national presideint was a mcm-
ber of the University's chapter
FEC issued a new hazing policy I*
semester, which Silser said will go into
effect in the fall.

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