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2 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, May 24, 2004 NEW S
Inte faithconference held ii lzkht ofMass. ruli
LG gay rights activists, are fighting for the
LG BT legalization of sam n-sex marriage
'& Continued from Page 1 because it offers more rights than a
'' '' mnk urg Da andMusim ctiistcivil union. Unlike marriages, civil
a son aa eandMuslimactivt unions deny couples their federal bene
Faisal Islam, held several workshops. fits, such as the right to receive social
Topics ranged from "Judaism and security benefits if one partner died or
Queerness" to "Transgender Spirituali- the right to file joint tax returns.
ty" John Corvino, a philosophy profes- Although Massachusetts has made"
^ "tsorat Wayne State University spoke the move to legalize gay marriages,
.3 about morality as it relates to homo- the Bush administration stands
>t- sexuality, discussing it in terms of reli- strongly against marriage between
-I-'gion and nature. two people of the same sex, empha-
Christina Yocum said she attended sizing the sanctity of marriage
the event because of its interfaith between a man and a woman.
- approach. "We will probably get fur- Although the conference this week-
' ttr~wther in attaining our goals and rights if end was not purposely planned to coin-
we include the viewpoints of people of cide with the legalization of gay
other religions and cultures," she said. m riage in Massachusetts, organizers
-;This conference came on the heels of were expecting a ruling around the
a Massachusetts ruling that allowed time the conference was planned. Gib-
--x~marriage licenses to be legally issued to son-Faith said approximately 350 peo-!
gay and lesbian couples. On May 17, ple attended the conference - coming
two lesbians became one of the first from as far as California and Texas.
same-sex couples to wed under the new American Friends Service Commit-
- . r s rules. These marriages proceeded on the tee, an independent Quaker peace and
grounds that denying same-sex couples justice organization, as well as the
marriage licenses violated anti-discrimi- Faith Action Network, a new move-
nation laws. The U.S. Supreme Court ment in Michigan, organized the event.
_ * As early as last November, Massa- the nation were represented, such as the
Schusetts'shighest court ruled that it Episcopalian group Oasis, Lesbian Con-
was unconstitutional to ban gay mar- nection and Perception, a group serving
riage. This landmark ruling was reaf- the mid-Michigan community.
firmed in February, at which time the No direct protests were staged, but a
date to issue same-sex marriage licens- religious conference protesting gay
es was set for May. rights was held at the same time in
ALEX DIZIA00SZ0aty Gay and lesbian couples, as well as another Michigan location.
Activists gather in Ypsilanti to discuss various multiracial and interfaith issues relating to the lesbian, gay, bisexual and Corrections:
transgender community. The American Friends Service Committee organized the event.
Last week's editorial (Crisis at the Collegian, 5/17/04) should have read
that UMass Amherst has not explicitly demanded editorial control.
GLITCH U A news article in last week's paper (Fundraising goal set at $2.5 billion,
5/17/04) should have said the University expects to make $20 million in cuts.
Continued from Page 1 Please report any errors in the Daily to corrections@michigandaily.com
T N CA alumni may also fall into the group o
potentially affected University affiliates.
But Oberheide said he was not com-
pletely satisfied with the e-mail sent out by 0
I the administration.
~ "It was not a 'data security breach.'
w iqThe Michigan Daily (ISSN 0745967) is published Mondays during the spring and sumrer terms by students
No security was bypassed and no sy s- at theUniversity of Michigan. Subscriptions for fall term. starting n September, vau.S. U mal are $105. Win-
tems were 'hacked' by yours truly. It was ter term (January through Apri) is $110, yearlong (September through Apri) is $150. University affiliates are
&'a m m sai subject to a reduced subscription rate. On-sampus subscriptions for fall ter are $35. Subscriptions must be
a poamin mstke f hepepl i prepaid. The Michigan Daily is a member of The Associated Press and The Associated Collegiate Press.
i " charge of Wolverine Access," Oberheide ADDRESS: The Michgan Daily, 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-1327.
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In the e-mail, administrators stated that E-mad letters to the editor to tothedailyimichigandailyom. World Wide Web www.michigandalyicom.
although students should not be worried,
6 special attention should be given to creditE O
card reports and billing statements, in case NEWS Ashley Dinges, Managing Editor
identity theft may have occurred. EDITORS Farayha Arrine, Mona Rafeeq
STT:AFdissa Beto. David Brason. Donn M F-sd Alison o Aymar JanL, Lidsy Pateson, ae Tmkie
The University has set up a phone ine EDTOI A Suhit i M anEo
for students who have questions or con- EDITORIAL Suhal Momin, Managing Editor
cerns regarding this incident, which is sTAFF Jsint lai. Di Fi ey Jrd.tderg, ElliutMan
(734) 936-7000. In addition, Green, Peter- COLUNISTS sBoie Kehman, lliott MaieSamsnger
son and the e-mail recommend that stu- SPORTS Sharad Mattu, Managing Editor
dents visit the Federal Trade Commision EDTORS EeAnbinde, Seth Gordon, Rnosin
website, www.consusmer.gov/idtheJt, for ARTS Andrew Gaerig, Managing Editor
more information about identity EDITOR:AlexandraJones
theft. STAFF: R dn ang John HrimanJdcl H.Ad, ll roi, Raquel Lanern, Emiy Liu, Zac Mbe, Evn McGarv, JaeNwn . Hussain Rahi, Jason
R .rts. Adm R i ienber, M tlssa Rutr1. ous lx WeIrn tSssAx Olsv
In addition, the University set up a website
containing more information, PHOTO Forest Casey, Managing Editor
wwwrios~rnih~e u/ ain wa_ 51704ht STAFF: Trevr amPbe I r Toy R, Sman1 Ji,11- Jnthan Nef, Chsie S fford Ryan weiner
wteeudmihduwwwmais.suich.edus/main/wa_051704.ht Ot tsC Di0i
nil, which includes a copy of the letter sent ONLINE Janna Hutz, Managing Editor
out to students and links to other identity tilSr.1
theft resources.
"Theres really not much else we can say DISPLAY SALES Tera Freeman, Manager
y ay STAFF: Michael Coo Per, Cour tney Dywer, Adam Kronk, Heral Pal, Dnie Prach, Chris Pinckney, Jessica Sachs. Ben schottenfels,
at this time in terms of what you might do. saah wi
You should always be watching your credit SPECIAL SECTIONS Erin Ott, Manager
reports on an annual basis, and that's just a
wise way of managing your personal CLASSIFIED SALES Amy Tan, Manager
finances," Green said ADVERTISING DESIGN Adrienne Barclay, Manager

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