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June 07, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…One hundredfouryears of editorial freedom Summer Weekly Wednesday June 7, 1995 . h r«",. :. . Jurors in rape trial set to visit crime scenes r Frank C. Lee Dewain Mitchell Jr. In March, he also ing the relevant items to be examined. In court yesterday, Ann Arbor Detec- The jury will ily Staff Reporter imposed a gag order preventing court Instead of having Ann Arbor police de- tive Michael Schubring presented maps also stop at will be The ...…

June 14, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

…4v 41V PMRW toan :43trtllj (Summer Weekly Student One hundred four years of editorial freedom Wednesday June 14,1995 egent seat set for vote By Amy Klein aily News Editor After at least three years of steady dicussions, compromises and revisions, a final proposal for a student representa- tive to the Board of Regents will'be sub- mitted to the regents this Friday. In an agenda supplement, a draft out- lines the responsibilities and limits...…

June 28, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 8) • Page Image 1

…e ibdiiau aiI One hundred four years of editorialfreedom Summer Weekly Wednesday June 28, 1995 State I'emoves 70-30 request y Ronnie Glassberg aily Editor In Chief The state Legislature approved a budget earlier this month that will in- crease support to the University by 3 per- cent and provide an additional $8 million from a likely budget surplus. In the same action, the Legislature also removed language that requested non-resident enroll...…

June 01, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 126) • Page Image 1

…Y e k a? xa xavr Ijz £ibitgan ailg Tuesday, June 1, 1999 Or imdeig/iyears Ofc6/tor7d/fredomhl http://www.michigandaily.com ,A anoC:v.r < ° , :. . ...>:: . f h ": "Y k\6 i By Seva Guitk By Seia Gnnitskiy -- -_ Daily Stall tleporter A new school budget MC N bill is headed for the State House after being passed by the Senate last I tursday. The original version of FUNDING the bill, proposed by Gov. John Lngler, was rejected by a Senate pan...…

June 07, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 127) • Page Image 1

…m r , . k , . c. Y . 7 -_wv , '6 E -i # Oi e /7et rc4 ecc-g//pccsTy c/s 9Jrn/ h "}N/~I rL ' s.l kv' Monda, Jun 7, 1'999 ww i heisn_ REI C'0m f i % Y ,r ? X r Y 14 6. '" y x rw By faka Schulte 1) N or W'hite the University continues to eneotutager a diverse student body, data releaIsed last week indicate that fess er underrepresented minority students bave been admitted to this yeai'N incomiing first-year class than tast year. ii asdit...…

June 14, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 128) • Page Image 1

…SP- p- A Lf l< .? s:S:: ' ' cDSy''- .. ti k 'Cc ?%? 15 ?. . " ;4;;fSb pSaX, "dc 6" AACe R.^ S.',.a'a Ya: ,V;:;v' . e idiin&dIgf 0 Ahunarceg /yearr 0Jte'dozh' http:/g Monday, June 14, 1999 /wwwmichigandaly.com , ' Uto reeive nras nstateunds By Seva Gunitsiy Iaily Staff Reporter A compromise reached in the Michigan legislature has yielded the biggest MIC funding increase for the HIGHER University in the past sever- FUNDING al years. The ...…

June 28, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 129) • Page Image 1

…M5; D, :Summp.r r OeuriediigpNailga. 011 k'i dede&rhty'e Y of (1/077 /j/e d7i http://wwwmichigandaily.com Monday, June 28, 1999 K. . v ! *.,? , ' f '' Ki '0 ' '> o;~u @ ,' y. ;; Kt . a Re ort ex lores athletic finances By Nika Schulte Daily News itor of athletic facilit U project a ba Offering suggestions for the long-term planning of controlling expe the University's Athletic Department, a four-member work towa committee released a r...…

June 01, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 123) • Page Image 1

…abz Mihidganki g One hundred sreven yen~ of ed turin! freedom News: 76-DAILY Display: 764-0554 Monday *MSA student regent quest moves to Secretary of State By Susan T. Port Daily News Editor After months of extensive plan- ning and meetings, the Michigan Student Assembly's fight for a stu- dent regent may have a few more *bstacles ahead. In this past semester's elections, University students approved a $4 increase for MSA to begin collecti...…

June 08, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 124) • Page Image 1

…Oiie hdigun kfig One hundred seven years of editormafreedom News: 76-DAILY Display: 764-0554 Classified: 764-0557 Monday June 8 1998 I +y ,F '.t K -.5 : , w j t t VV w."Aov ^'dn'D J P N P t I University 'questions gambling By Erin Holmes *ily News Eitor Basketball pools, point spreads and national champion predictions. Most college sports fanatics would say gambling comes with the territory. But the University is starting to buckle down....…

June 15, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 125) • Page Image 1

…One hundred seven years ofeditorialfreedom News: 76-DAILY Display: 764-0554 Classified: 764-0557 Monday June 15, 1998 State says 'yes to 'U' funding By Erin Holmes IDily \ewN Editor Tuition may be more affordable for iiveisity students next year. That is one possible outcome of the approval of increased state university funding. passed in the Michigan House and Senate early last week. The House agreed to a 4 percent increase for the 1998-99...…

June 29, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 126) • Page Image 1

… iedirIipan kig One hundred seven years ofeditorizlfreedom News: 76-DAILY Display: 764-0554 Classified: 764-0557 Monday June 29, 1998 v .: , . < 41 :.; ,. Storm hits campus, flood s streets By AMit Pandya Daily Staff Reporter The heat and humidity have found a permanent home in Ann Arbor, and last week, the duo decid- ed to call their friends over. Last Wednesday, thurder and lightening accompanied extreme temperatures and filled the ski...…

June 04, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 5) • Page Image 1

…One hundred six years ofedtaonalfreedom Wednesday June 4, 1997 M' stars allegedly took $100,000 from Martin y Heather Kamins aily News Editor Former Michigan basketball stars Chris Webber and Maurice Taylor are accused of accepting more than 100,000 from Detroit booster Ed Martin. Martin, a retired electrician for Ford Motor Company. is currently the subject of an investigation the University is conducting into the men's basketball program...…

June 11, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…e n MER W EKiL One hundred six years of edtolal freedom Wednesday June 11, 1997 } t% x ~x < .br< of : k ' ' , / ' q,. " .,x v , 1 \ v a : ' ,vg ' a as .i.£.. ..G.. x,,.c, vti: :;u .. F :..9. .L.. r ,a.;a r.v:. Xr ,. > <oc :a~. .. .. _ ,,a.. a ,. v., . ... }Stanley comes home Devoted fans pack downtown Detroit By Heather Kamins Daily News Editor' DETROIT - A crowd of more than Stu e one million fans filled the streets of Detroit and squeezed...…

June 18, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

…SUMMER WEEKLY One hundred six years of editorialfreedom Wednesday June 18, 1997 u+,.t£,YC 4 RY^' w ff6"" 4; .y.,, '. Kyy r h., < .. J Ann Arbor clowns 'roundcU'r d 'U'doctor ircus aids pleads no t. Joseph contest -ospital By Heather Kamins Daily News Editor y Christine M. Palk Suspended Urology Chief Joseph Oesterling aily Staff Reporter no contest in a Washtenaw County Court Mon twns, elephants, floats and children felony charge of misbi...…

June 05, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 5) • Page Image 1

…ne hundred five ears AeV&. c lip . of editorialfreedom :g, .. "' Fired Dental School employees a in evidence battle in court Wednesday June 5, 1996 U Judge rules arbitrator's findings not admissable as facts in court case By Sam T. Dudek Daily Staff Reporter Three fired Dental School workers won their latest battle against the University on Friday. Dawn Mitchell, Delano Isabell and Theresa Atkins, dubbed the "Dental School Three" by sup- ter...…

June 12, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…One hundredfve years ofeditoNafreedom Wednesday June 12, 1996 Student pleads guilty to felony arson for Bursicy fire * MacDonald could face four years in prison and $2,000 in fines for setting March fires By Sam T Dudek Daily Staff Reporter A University student pleaded guilty June 4 to a *harge of arson in connection with an April fire at Bursley Hall. John MacDonald, who will be an LSA sopho- more in the fall, pleaded guilty to a charge of...…

June 19, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

… udedfiyears tau ofe tadtefdeedom Jsnfityp )uderstadt bids Universit presidency farewell Wednesday S19, x1996 ennifer Harvey and Katie Wang News Editors "I am basically a builder," said James uderstadt of his years as president of e University. Since Duderstadt took office in 988, the University has undergone tst changes: cosmetic, financial, ructural and compositional. When eofficially steps down at the end of is month, he will walk away kn...…

June 03, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 5) • Page Image 1

…-~~~~l 745idtnihl wb~ ifWEoW K % rtl One hundred and one years of editorial freedom Volume C111, No. 5S .Ann Arbor, Michigan - Wednesday, June 3, 1992 019 h icia al .ve f Council baIs out recycing agency by Hope Calati Dodge (R-2nd Ward) originally The council also passed a But Councilmember Peter as a result of two resolutions M n Daily Staff Reporter proposed that the Solid Waste resolution granting domestic Fink (R-2nd Ward) dissented to pa...…

June 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…S-Ib £idtign1aI One hundred and one years of editorial freedom VolumeCIN.6An Arbor, Mcia Wedlnesday, Jn 10, 1992 0c1992 The Michigan Daily r-- Library Sciences na es n . wdean Former interim Engin. dean picked ---------- 7 by Rachel Katz possible candidates, though not hadthevisionofwhatistocome." Daily Staff Reporter all of these people applied for Pao said that the pool con- The search foranew School the position. In addition, 10 re- s...…

June 17, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

…SUMMER One hundred and one years of editorial freedom Regents set smell the andatory roses Mia Wolterink smells the dent stu feesi The Michigan Daily Summer Weekly will not publish on June 24, in observance of final exams. The Daily returns on July 1 chock-full of all the exciting news, sports arts and opinion you've come to expect Ann Arbor Presidential fellow award Assistant Professor of Anthropology John Mitani was recently named one of t...…

June 01, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 5) • Page Image 1

…SUMMER WEEKLY I ~tjz Lirbigan &zilg One hundred three years of editorial freedom ol. CIV No. S Ann Abr Michigan Wednesday, June 1, 1994 1994 The Michigan -Daily U'names iin y Frank C. Lee AILY STAFF REPORTER Business Administration Prof. Thomas innear will become the University's interim ce president for development, if approved at the oard of Regents' June meeting. Kinnear's responsibilities will include over- eing the administration of the ...…

June 08, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…SUMMER WEEKLY I MIj 5tbtgan&dIlg One hundred three years of editorial freedom t ol CiV N A Arr , h aW esdy J ' 44 eh y U' drafts ange to iag policy Common Areas Policy revision may ease student-use restrictions Julie Becker ILY STAFF REPORTER This fall, students who want to monstrate on the Diag or other com- on University areas may find it a tle easier. A committee made up of students, ff and administrators is working summer on revising the ...…

June 15, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

…SUMMER WEEKLY One hundred three years of editorial freedom Minorities criticize treatment by 'U' Medical School Julie Chang sity. Evans, a graduate of Harvard University, expressing their concern about the treatment of Medical School Dean Giles G. Bole also re- tAILY STAFF REPORTER chose to come to the University's Medical School minority students and supportive faculty at the ceived a letter in 1990 and another in 1993 when First-year Medical...…

June 29, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 8) • Page Image 1

…SUMMER WEEKLY . aIe £idilpu &dlg One hundred three years of editorial freedom V C, AnnnArbor, ichigan - WedfesdayJune 29, 1994 ©1994 The Michig Daily Richard L. Kennedy_ 38 years of University service State increases funding to 'U' Vice president ends stint with 'U' tomorrow By James M. Nash DAILY EDITOR IN CHIEF Richard L. Kennedy once said his ambition was to operate a hardware store in northern Michigan and sell worms. Instead, he entere...…

June 02, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…41vS rWeeklyai One hundred two years of editorial freedom Volume CIII, No. 6S Ann Arbor, Michigan - Wednesday, June 2, 1993 -1993 The Michigan Daily Sal'inas, workers clash on NAT A By HOPE CALATI and ERIN EINHORN DAILY STAFF REPORTERS While dignataries and observers gave Mexican President Carlos Sali- nas deGotari a standing ovation inside the Power Center last Thursday after- noon, bus loads of picketers protested with megaphones and labor ...…

June 09, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

…SummrWeekly a 4 g One hundred two years of editorial freedom Alums honor first female U.S. Surgeon General By ANDREA MACADAM DAILY STAFF REPORTER Last Friday, U.S. Surgeon General Antonia Novellowasrecognizedasoneofthe University's distinguished students which include journalist Carol Simpson and late actress Gilda Radner. More than 160 University alums gathered in the Michigan League Ballroom to enjoy an after- noon meal and to honor one of ...…

June 16, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

…4W Smer Weekly 4v One hundred two years of editorial freedom 'Volume C11, No. 9S Ann Arbor, Michigan - Wednesday, June 16, 1993 k1993 The Michigan Daily 6 IMTHEY'RE BA-AACK Feds, 'U' tangled in alleged fraud HEATHER LOWMAN/Daily Yes, it's that time of year again - the orientees are back in full force. LSA junior Kiarma Cheatom points out the LSA Building while the first batch of orientees takes a break on the steps of Angell Hall during th...…

June 07, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 6) • Page Image 2

…2 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, June 7, 1995 -I MARK FRIEDMAN/Dai Phoiw home Warm weather keeps a driver In his car by the Huron River during a phone cal yesterday. Calvin Klein underwear 326 S. State at Nickels Arcade (313) 665-7228 Mon.-Sat. 9-5:30, Sun. 12-5 Success on the MCAT requires that you focus your efforts upon understanding the Key Fundamental Principles which serve to unify your scientific knowledge. The MCAT tests Conceptual...…

June 14, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 7) • Page Image 2

…2 -The Michigan Daily --Wednesday, June 14, 1995 MARLETITA Continued from page 2 "Mike is one of our most exciting and creative faculty members," University President James J. Duderstadt said in a pressrelease. "Beyond his immense con- tributions as a scholar, healso has been ex- ceptionally dedicated in serving the Uni- versity ina wide array of roles -ranging from serving as chair of the Pharmacy dean's search committee to playing a star- r...…

June 28, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 8) • Page Image 2

…2-The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, June 28, 1995 Dental School dean appointed interim provost By Amy Klein Daily News Editor Since Gilbert R. Whitaker's announcement six months ago that he would step down as provost and executive vice president for academic affairs in Au- gust, the University has been searching for a replace- ment - but now they might not make the deadline. As a result, the University Board of Regents ap- proved Dentistry Scho...…

June 01, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 126) • Page Image 2

…2 -The Michigan Daily - Tuesday June 1, 199 Look izto reforms continues COMMITTEE Continued from Page 1. * vehicle registration require- ments distribution of complimentary tickets access to the Crisler Arena team dressing rooms education of student-athletes about NCAA rules. Cantor said the inquiry does not imply an assumption of guilt nor a lack of confidence in the policies or the team's integrity. "We view the policies as strong poli- ci...…

June 07, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 127) • Page Image 2

…2- The Michigan Daily - Monday; June 7, 1999 PLAN Continued from Page 1 Power Plant, North Hall, the North University Building and the School of Dentistry. The beginning of Scott Brown's pre- sentation was highlighted by a historic overview of the University's physical growth. The Master Plan initiative is "try- ing to understand how educational needs should tie into physical ones," Scott Brown said. Concluding her presentation, Scott Brown p...…

June 14, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 128) • Page Image 2

…2 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, June 14, 1999 Top of the Park series offers free movies and concerts Baiy Adam werink began with a movie projector on top of a cart, Cadillac Cowboys at 9 p.m are scheduled to Top of the Park with a guy selling hot dogs, said Ann Arbor kick-off the event this Friday. Done with spring classes and looking for Summer Festival Marketing Director Colleen Highlights throughout the three and a half Concerts start at 7...…

June 28, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 129) • Page Image 2

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June 01, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 123) • Page Image 2

…2 -- The Michigan Daily -- Monday, June 1, 1998 SYMPOSIM Continued from Page 1 tecchiologixesxwillgo hcvovd xmiie deliv- Cir' ofiifoiiiiationi. "The Internet weire tilking iboxut in the futcure ... ill support humixain collah- oraion '\aix liouxxeiing x aid. He gaxe the extimple of "coihxhboraioriex$' xxhicih w ould a0lxx eerch sex scentists xxho are thousx xidxof ml,, ipan to xxork togethx- er n cxpercieixixt. Spe2ak 's atithe s~iixunxsires ...…

June 08, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 124) • Page Image 2

…2 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, June 8, 1998 TICKETS Continued from Page 1 "Students are excited about Michigan athletics " Goss said. LSA sophomore John Roberts said he will be happy as long as he can watch the games in the stadium. "After winning a national title, everyone probably wants a ticket," Roberts said. In addition to other changes, 238 ticket-holders will be relocated in sec- tions 34-37 for handicap access.. "Close to 1,000 seas...…

June 15, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 125) • Page Image 2

…2 - The Michigan Daily -Monday, June 15, 1998 DEANS Continued from Page 1 as chair of the psychology department has taught her how to deal with diverse operations. "Obviously, she has good tact and diplomatic skills to keep all those (dif- ferent) groups all working together," Montgomery said. In considering a permanent LSA dean, Bollinger said the number of times the University has appointed an interim dean to the permanent position in the p...…

June 29, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 126) • Page Image 2

…2 - The Michigan Daily - Mqnday, )upn 29, 1998 ROYALTIES Continued from Page 1 solely to the national championship goods. The area store's staff also had to work many extra hours to keep up with the increase in business. "We usually see a lull in sales in January, February and March," Switzer said. "This year we never saw that lull. We kept on all of our staff during those months." Both Switzer and VanDe Wege said that business has dropped so...…

June 04, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 5) • Page Image 2

…2 -TheMichigan Daily --Wednesday, une'4, 1997% 1997 graduates enter most generousjob market inyears- By Will Wissert Daily Staff Reporter A University senior sat intently working on an application shortly before graduation last month. Was he applying to graduate school or for a job in a far- away city? No, he was working on was an application for employment at The Mongolian Barbecue. For this senior, and the hundreds like him, glamorous jobs ...…

June 11, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 6) • Page Image 2

…2 - The Micnigan Daily - Wednesday, June 11, 1991 Class of 2001 navigates the 'U' By Maria Hackett Wolverine," a nighttime coffee hour Daily Staff Reporter held in the Michigan Union. They came, they saw, but most "Ann Arbor is famous for coffee probably won't conquer until this shops," said Ann Hower, the associate September when classes get under- director for the orientation program. way. This cafe not only gets students to Beginning this w...…

June 18, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 7) • Page Image 2

…"27-The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, June 18,1997 'U' study shows relation between money, happiness OF By Maria Hackett Daily Staff Reporter Money can't buy happiness, or so the proverb goes. But sometimes, it helps. A recent University study found a correlation between yearly income and overall satisfaction with the participants' lives - especially in the lives of women. "I know people who their whole goal is what kind of job they're going t...…

June 05, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 5) • Page Image 2

…2 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, June 5, 1996 COJRT C nu fromPage 1 is my finding that collateral estoppel does not apply," Fink said. Mitchell said she was happy with the court's decision. "I'm quite pleased," she said. "We don't want to go into the trial with our hands tied behind our backs." Lisa Resch, a member of the National Woman's Rights Organizing Coalition, was at the court building to support the three employees. "The Universit...…

June 12, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 6) • Page Image 2

…2 -The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, June 12, 1996 NEWS CANDIDATES Continued from Page 1 Maynard said she understands the need for child care to be available to students. "It's as important for the University to look at child care options as it is for businesses," she said. Maynard said she expects to have an excellent relationship with members of the University community. "Both stu- dents and faculty, having been both (myself), would feel ve...…

June 19, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 7) • Page Image 2

…2 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, June 19, 1996 NEWs DUDERSTADT Continued from Page 1 -cerns." Duderstadt also said the campus is financially and aesthetically much stronger then it was before he took office. "In the mid-'80s the campus really looked like a dump. Now we have a wonderful environment for learning," he said. His greatest accomplishment as president was "getting the University to look forward to the future rather than worryi...…

June 03, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 5) • Page Image 2

…2 -The Michigan Daily Summer Weekly- Wednesday, June 3,1992 I ". w ....v...p... .. ...... ... _.. "-! I - - -- - - - CANDIDATES Continued from page 1 Arbor for20yearsandinthe district for 15 years. "It helps me be more aware of the ssues here," said Birkette. Birkette has run for office three imes previously, including two years agowhen heranforstate Senaoragainst Pollack, andfour years ago when heran orstateRepresentativeagainstBullard. B...…

June 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 6) • Page Image 2

…2-The Mhigan Daily Summer Weekly - Wednesday, June 10,1992 are not interested in the position be- DEANcause they want to continue their re-FEE Continued from page 1 search," she said. Continued from page 1 disappointment was that the pool of Once the pool was narrowed down higher fee at tomorrow's meeting, the women candidates was not as large as to six candidates, the candidates were money over and above the capped fee she would have hoped. ...…

June 17, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 7) • Page Image 2

…2 - The Michigan Daily Summer Weekly-Wednesday, June17, 1992 percent of this year's budget is being REGENTS carried over to next year. Continued from page 1 He and others also pointed to a $7.05 rate in order to maintain the referendumincludedintheMarchMSA healthy operation of programs that suf- election in which amajority of students fered financialcuts during the 1991-92 who voted opted for a fee cap at the school year. current level. They a...…

June 01, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 5) • Page Image 2

…2 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, June 1, 1994 KINNEAR Continued from page 1 "Actually, I will still be teaching," Kinnear said. "There's no one around to assume my teaching responsibili- ties, soI'm going to do it as well. Itjust means more work." The post was vacated by Jon Cosovich, who is currently serving as deputy to President James J. Duder- stadt. Kinnear was recommended after a six-month national search by an in- formal advisory c...…

June 08, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 6) • Page Image 2

…2 -The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, June 8, 1994 FUNDS Continued from page 1 Goldenberg said in a written state- ment. Universitylawyers willdetermine whether expenditures are in line with the donors' intentions, Cross said. Then they will make retroactive ad- justments where necessary, Goldenberg said. The audit spanned from July 1989 SCO MPARE to December 1992, a time of turmoil for the communication department. Intended Funding Former cha...…

June 15, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 7) • Page Image 2

…2 --The Michigan Daily -Wednesday, June 15, 1994 MEDICINE Continued from page 1 first-year student when he was up for academic review. Sheppard said he did not obtain the financial aid he was promised to re- ceive for September through May. He spenthis first year choosing whether to buy books or food. Sheppard was one of four students up for academic review that year--all minority. Administrators said they are ac- tively working to solve the ...…

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