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BUDGET
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positions and 50 faculty positions were eliminat-
ed campus wide through attrition as well as lay-
offs," he said.
As a result of these layoffs there will be less
faculty and Courant worries that "(the) Michi-
gan experience will be leaner than in the past."
He added that as a consequence there will be a
higher student-to-faculty ratio, as well as
instances where courses will be discontinued
when the professor leaves, instead of hiring a
visiting professor to take over the course, as was
done in the past.
Courant states that the University has had to
face similar cuts in the past while maintaining
quality and standards. "Michigan ... has
increased it's productivity level in the face of
such serious budget cuts."
But some students are concerned that the
tuition increase will counter the University's
efforts at achieving a diverse student body.
"How can they expect a more diverse stu-
dent body when diversity includes wealth
brackets so that by raising tuition, fewer less-
fortunate people can attend the U?" LSA
junior Josh Riga said. "All around, I think
education is a great investment and that the
return is greater than the cost."

"Raising tuition w
definitely not pro:
economic and rac
diversity on camp
other alternatives
considered."
"It sucks," he added.
"Raising tuition would def
the economic and racial diver
other alternatives should be
year Rackham student Jas
adding that he believes the p
the poor national economy
more aggressive system of ta)
While opinions on the or
deficit vary, no one dispu
its impact.
Courant commented that'"
to absorb the $36.4 million
while increasing our activi
called to do more with less."
"We're returning to the sa
years ago," Courant added. "
a crisis, but boy, it's been a ha

rould HADDAD
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mote the arrange for all of the children to receive
Hal Kuwaiti passports and renew Al-Rushaid's,
which had expired.
)us and Abouzahr said they are satisfied with the out-
should be come, although still shocked and disappointed at
the sudden deportation.
"The whole situation overall is not something
-Jason Gavilon that anyone is happy with," she said.
Rackham student The nature of Haddad's deportation - he was
secretly deported without notice to his family -
has prompted several individuals and groups to
initely not promote question the government's actions in the case.
sity on campus and The Associated Press reported that Conyers
considered," first- wrote a letter to Homeland Security Secretary
on Gavilon said, Tom Ridge on Thursday demanding further
roblem stems from information about Haddad's deportation, which
and the lack of a he said "follows a disturbing trend toward
xes. secrecy in what should be open procedures."
rigin of the state's Conyers questioned why Haddad's family didn't
tes the gravity of find out about the deportation until he called them
from Amsterdam on his way to Lebanon. He also
We're being called called attention to the fact that the government
state funding cuts never prosecuted Haddad for terrorist activity.
ty - we're being "If your immigration officials are correct,
your staff released a person with credible ties
me funding as five to terrorism," Conyers wrote.
I don't view this as The Justice Department declined to comment on
rd year." the deportment or Conyers' statement.

The Ann Arbor Bill of Rights Defense Com-
mittee said in a written statement that a prelimi-
nary inquiry has revealed that the Ann Arbor
Police Department may have provided assistance
to federal authorities in the arrest of Haddad.
They are calling upon the Ann Arbor City Coun-
cil and the Washtenaw County Board of Commis-
sioners to investigate the role of local law
enforcement in Haddad's arrest.
Haddad's lawyer, Ashraf Nubani, said beyond
efforts to reunite Haddad with his family, there is
not much that can be done for him in the future.
"It's possible that Mr. Haddad and his family
can try to reenter the United States. If they do
that, then the community can try to lend sup-
port to that effort," he said.
"Right now the only thing that we can do is
carry on the struggle that he started, which is to
vindicate the Global Relief Foundation," he added.
Nubani said Haddad's deportation is yet
another example of the Justice Department's
misuse of immigration laws against people
from certain Middle East countries.
"They let pastor Haddad leave the country indi-
cating that he wasn't as big of a threat as the gov-
ernment claimed" he said.
"Basically, the government has not estab-
lished that he was a threat ... that he was tied
to terrorism. And yet they kept him confined
for over a year and a half because of a visa
violation," he added.

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