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8- The Michigan Daily - Monday, June 30, 2003

WIENERMOBILE
Continued from Page 1
Hotdogger Advisor John Fagen, who was once a Hot-
dogger himself, said that Oscar Mayer by no means
hires exclusively college students.
Fagen said while a background in journalism or communi-
cations is preferred, the main quality they look for in appli-
-ants is an outgoing personality that can handle the rigors of
24 hours a day, seven days a week public exposure.
"The wienermobile almost belongs to the public," Fagen
said. "It's an American icon. ... It brings out the kid in
someone whether they're six or 60."
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This exposure, Norton said, is one of the most diffi-
cult parts of the job.
"We get noticed. No longer can we go to the gas sta-
tion and just fill up," she said.
Norton and Nocella do not deny that there are problems
related to the job such as being estranged from friends and
family for long periods of time, but they also feel that this is
preparing them for an uncertain future.
"What I'm most nervous about is what I'm going to do
next," Nocella said. "I don't think I'm ready for a desk job."
But whatever may come, the two are having a blast, and
would not give up their "coast to coast weenie roast" across
the "hot dog highways of America" for anything.

CAMINKER
Continued from Page 1
"I've been part of the litigation
team (at the law school) for the past
couple of years," he said.
Since the court ruled in favor of
the Law School in Grutter v.
Bollinger, Caminker says they have
no plans to change its admissions
policy except to do a routine peri-
odic review. He said the Law
School has been using the same
policy since 1992.
"We might well tweak the policy
in various ways but not directly
relate to the affirmative action
question," he said.
"We certainly have learned a lot
during the litigation about how the
admissions processes can being
improved ... and the Supreme Court
itself reminded ourselves of our
obligation to periodically review the
policy ... so that we are still taking
advantage of new experiments that
might prove useful," he added.
Caminker said as of now, the only

plans are to bring theapplication up
to date, such as revising the part of
the current policy that lists repre-
sentative examples of applicants
that were admitted more than a
decade ago.
Administrators from the Law
School have volunteered their time
and expertise to the LSA to help it
revise its current admissions policy,
deemed unconstitutional by the
court, Caminker said.
"Both myself and the director of
admissions of the Law School... have
made clear that we are prepared to
pitch in as best we can," he added.
Caminker added he does not fore-
see the law school having to deal
with additional lawsuits regarding
affirmative action in the future.
"The opponents of affirmative
action have been creative in the
ways in which they see fit to chal-
lenge programs designed to main-
tain racial innovation, but I think
that the Supreme Court ruling
affectively insulates us against any
significant challenge," he said.

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