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December 08, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 45) • Page Image 1

…Thursday, December 8, 2005 News 3A IFC welcomes new fraternities to Greek system Opinion 4A Eric Jackson gives into the tPod Sports 8A Cagers 6-0 after win over Delaware State SHOULD nE - ed fR VnATE .Irs oTKiEMl freNTom One-/iundred-ifteen years ofedkorzidfreedorn . www.mcAhigandaily.com Ann Arbor, Michigan Vol. CXVI, No. 45 62005 The Michigan Daily !- 'may soon require health insurance Requirement would make University student healt...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, December 8, 2005 NATION WORLD r- Bush defends m Iraq WASHINGTON (AP) - Defending his war policy, President Bush said yes- terday that Iraq is making quiet, steady progress in repairing its shattered econo- my though reconstruction "has not always gone as well as we had hoped" because of unrelenting violence. "Rebuilding a nation devastated by a dictator is a large undertaking," the presi- dent said. "It's...…

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… NEWS The Michigan Daily - Thursday, December 8, 2005 - 3A ON CAMPUS Community sing at Museum of Art tonight There will be a community sing held at 7 p.m. tonight at the University Museum of Art. Interested individuals are encouraged to participate in a festive night of song accompanied by the Caril- lon Women's Chorale. Art School alum will discuss art made from bread Art and Design alum Beili Liu will dis- cuss her exhibition currently dis...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, December 8, 2005 OPINION (be £irbigatt ailg JASON Z. PESICK Editor in Chief SUHAEL MOMIN SAM SINGER Editorial Page Editors ALISON GO Managing Editor EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN SINCE 1890 420 MAYNARD STREET ANN ARBOR, MI 48109 tothedaily@michigandaily.com Unsigned editorials reflect the official position of the Daily's editorial board. All other signed articles and ill...…

December 08, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 45) • Page Image 5

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December 08, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 45) • Page Image 7

… NEWS The Michigan Daily - Thursday, December 8, 2005 - 7A LEO Continued from page 1A being treated. Walsh was one of the lecturers who began recruiting other lecturers to form a union about three years ago, when LEO was in its grassroots stages. "We have a contract, and from our point of view it's not being honored," he said to his class. Walsh spoke about issues including the reclassifications and delayed pay increases that have been plagu...…

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…Thursday December 8, 2005 sports.michigandaily. com sports@michigandaily.com ctbe 1IiriganDBuUlu PORTFS 8A ... - ..- _.._ . ___.._ SA Sims posts career high Sims calms Matt's scary nightmares in M' W1n By Jack Herman Daily Sports Writer In a timeout during the first half of last night's game against Delaware State, Michigan coach Tommy Amaker told center Courtney Sims that if he continued to play the way he was playing, he had a shot a...…

December 08, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 45) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, December 8, 2005 - 9A ' Three new faces make * debut fc By Katie Niemeyer Daily Sports Writer At the start of the season the Michigan women's gymnas- tics team finds itself in the same place as it was at the Tk end of last season - No. 5 in the country. Mic Led by senior Elise Ray, r1 the Wolverines placed fifth > at the NCAA Championships Ti in April, but this is a new : year for Michigan. Now the Wolverines a...…

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…10A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, December 8, 2005 " ~ n Four-gam--e losing streak shns liht on 'M' troubles w4 By Mark Giannotto Daily Sports Writer In any sport, losing streaks bring deficiencies to the fore- front. The four-game losing streak that the Michigan hockey team is currently enduring is no different. Through nine games this season, Michigan was averaging a robust 4.56 goals per game, with the power play clicking at an impressi...…

December 08, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 45) • Page Image 11

…-v ~22 > , 5 ta < i _ £ -w w CAITLIN KLEIBOER/Daily Charles Eisendrath, the director of Wallace House, the headquarters for the Knight-Wallace Fellows, heads up the University program that gives journalists a year off to explore a particular field of study. News Break Wallace House takes in the nation's best journalists. By Doug Wenert | Magazine Editor Ik t seems natural. Take some of the best jour- nalists in the world, put them at the...…

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…0 0 3B The Daily Dish Buzz Alexander speaks on his work in Michigan's prison system. 4B Learning Curve How the changes to the Art and Design curriculum affected students and professors. 6B Architecture Column Austin Dingwall on the University's need to change its construction standards. 7B Point/Counterpoint The superheroes argue over college football coaches Joe Paterno and Bobby Bowden. From The Editor RANL-)om, STuDENT T NTERVI EW 14B ...…

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… 0 0 0 0 EMMA NOLAN-ABRAHAM IAN/ Daily Art and Design junior Megumi Nishimura makes plastic body molds for the class Conspicuous Consumption: Food as Art Material in the woodworking studio. Making a change Students, administration adjust to new Art and Design School curriculum. By A exandra Jones / Daily ArtsEditor ART SCHOOL Continued from page 5B not giving them any practical skills whatsoever to go out and survive and make a life." "...…

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…0 0 The University - a rare elite, public university - is in the unique position of simultaneously setting education- al trends and providing access to the masses. And that, no doubt, has helped the state. But if the University priva- tized, there is no guarantee that it would continue training Michigan's brightest and bestrstudents. There is no guarantee that it would main- tain its commitment to accessibility. There is no guarantee that i...…

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… 0 0 0 You rage against the machine, I'll get a new engine It's Over Your Head I Architecture Column By Austin Dingwall S tandard Operating Procedure is the way things are done because that is the way they are done. Why struggle against the current when it is easier to go with the flow? Mightier ihan a paradigm, standard operating procedures do not have to be thought about or accepted in a society. Mainly, standards evolve out of com...…

December 08, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 45) • Page Image 17

…0 public universities and students in the hope that there will be a net benefit," he argued, "when most of those students will leave the state anyway." By reallocating money away from the University - and into pro-busi- ness initiatives, such as tax relief - Michigan's Legis- lature could establish a growth-friendly environment that could help more than just those with University degrees. Furthermore, privatization could help reverse a slide ...…

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… 0 0 T A Clean Break With rising tuition costs and decreased state funding, is it worth it for the University to privatize? By Suhael Mominfl Editorial Page Editor s the nation expanded westward at the turn of the 19th century, the federal government realized the value of an advanced education and passed the Northwest Ordinance, which included the provision: "Religion, morality, and knowl- edge, being necessary to good government and ...…

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