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Monday, July 25, 2011
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assaults and who have experi-
enced an emotional impact from
that information," Rider-Milkovich
"It is certainly common for
survivors of sexual assault to expe-
rience emotional distress or poten-
tially re-live parts of their own
experience when they read about or
hear about a sexual assault happen-
ingto another."
The assaults began on July 15
at about 10 p.m., when an assailant
reportedly grabbed a 21-year-old
woman by the neck from behind
before she was able to escape,
according to Lieutenant Renee
Bush of the Ann Arbor Police
Department in an interview with
The Michigan Daily on July21.
In this particular case, the vic-
tim reported the assailant to be a
white male of medium-build, stand-
ing at 5 feet 7 inches with short,
brown hair.
The second assault happened
about an hour later on the 400
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"It requires tremendous
resources to provide the best edu-
cational experience and environ-
ment for our students - such as
world-class faculty, anunparalleled
library, and outstanding career ser-
vices," Suslow said.
Suslow added that Ross is
superior to other business schools
in the country because it provides
many opportunities for leadership
development and self-assessment,
like the Ross Leadership Initiative,

block of North Division Street near
Community High School when an
assailant pulled a woman into a
dark area before she managed to
break free. According to Lieuten-
ant Myron Blackwell, the AAPD
believes this incident is connected
to a third assault that occurred at
about 2 a.m. on Greenwood Avenue
in which a DPS crime alert reported
that the assailant lifted a woman's
skirt and fondled her before she
also managed to escape.
The two victims described the
assailant in both incidences as a
male in his early twenties with an
olive complexion, standing at 5 feet
7 inches.
On July 18, two more sexual
assaults occurred. The fourth
assault, in which an assailant raped
an 18-year-old woman in an alley,
occurred at about 12:40 a.m. across
from Weill Hall near State Street.
AAPD released a composite
sketch of the perpetrator of this
attack, who is described as a white
male with brown hair and brown
eyes, standing between 5 feet 6
inches and 5 feet 10 inches.
The fifth assault, a second
which offers students real-world
experience to apply and test their
There are also various pro-
grams - such as arts enterprise,
consulting, finance, healthcare
& life science, marketing and net
impact - offered through the Busi-
ness School that allow students to
partake in educational ventures
outside of the classroom, Suslow
"Each of these pieces alone are
important," Suslow said. "Taken
together, they can transform our
students into educated, well-
rounded, grounded students who

report of rape, took place in an ele-
vator at the Liberty Square parking
structure around 10:30 p.m. on the
same day. Though this last incident
happened on Monday evening, it
was not reported until Thursday.
The final assailant is described
as a white male with short, dark
hair who stands around 5 feet 6
inches, according to an interview
with Lieutenant Renee Bush as
reported by AnnArbor.com.
In response to the string of
assaults, DPS Police Chief Joe
Piersante said the department has
responded to the attacks byincreas-
ing police presence on Central
Campus and collaborating with
AAPD to share information and
resources, accordingtoaUniversity
Record press release.
"We work as partners with the
AAPD and attempt to seamlessly
provide the services our commu-
nity members need," Piersante said.
Rider-Milkovich encourages
University community members
to call the SAPAC 24-hour sexual
assault crisis line at 734-936-3333
if they feel threatened or endan-
are ready to tackle the business
challenges that lie ahead."
Despite the high price, many
Business School students say the
cost of attending the school is a
bargain considering the innova-
tive and outstanding education the
school provides.
Business graduate student
Catherine Tamarelli said she
believes paying out-of-state tuition
will be valuable in the long run
because the skills she develops
at Michigan will help her likely
obtain a successful career after
"Experience, high-caliber edu-

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opportunities are just several of the
benefits of attending such a presti-
gious business school," Tamarelli
said. "Leadership is probably one of
the biggest skills I've learned from
the school, which is a huge aspect
in business."
Tamarelli received her BBA as
an in-state student, but after spend-
ing two years away from Michigan,
she is now expected to pay out-
of-state tuition. Fortunately, the
difference between in-state and
out-of-state tuition as an MBA
student is not substantial, at about
$5,000, she said.

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