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Monday, July 23, 2007
The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com

HACKER
From page 3
to notify students, mostly gradu-
ates, whose information is stored
in the databases and may have been
accessed, Cunningham said.
She said the databases contained
COLEMAN
From page 2
through the support of donations
from both the family and University
of Northern Iowa faculty, Harwood
said.

combinations of students' names,
addresses, phone numbers, birth-
dates, social security numbers and
the school districts where former
students taught or are teaching.
The School of Education is now
considering limiting access to the
server to administrators usingcam-
pus computers, Cunningham said.
He said because the initial gift
from the family was not an endow-
ment, the money for the lectures
was slowly running out.
"This will breathe new life into
it," Harwood said. "We've had a lot
of really strong talks and want to
continue that."

TUITION
From page 1
the meeting.
Sullivan said the University will
save funds by pursuing energy
conservation and technology-
based projects, in addition to $3.5
million generated through the
consolidation and elimination of
staff positions.
"The belt has been tightened
everywhere," Sullivan said.
She said she hopes the Univer-
sity's efforts to cut costs would not
infringe on the quality of educa-
tion, a major consideration in cal-
culating savings plans.

"Most of the savings willbe invis- he was unhappy with the Regents'
ible to students," Sullivan said. decision.
Although critics of the Regents' "The protest went really well and
decision claim the tuition increase we had about 20 folks come out,"
will prevent underprivileged appli- he said. "But the decision wasn't
cants from attending the Universi- good enough. If things don't work
ty, Sullivan does not think this will out with the legislature, (the tuition
be the case. increase) could be higher."
"We anticipate that low and ---
medium income students will have MORE ONLINE
any need fully met, and will not feel at michigandaily.com
the impact of it," Sullivan said. STORIES
Students from the University's Read stories about a
Ann Arbor and Dearborn campuses University employee
and Michigan State University pro- embezzling $160,000
tested the tuition increase before and three recent stab-
the Regents meeting. bings that occurred
Dearborn senior Steve Pontoni, near campus at www.
who organized the protest, said michigandaily.com

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