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September 06, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 135) • Page Image 1

…One hundred nine years ofeditorialfreedom *rni NEWS: 76-DAILY CLASSIFIED: 764-0557 www mlchigandaily com Wednesday September 6, 2000 Y e-. Gaines kicked off team after arrest From the staff of The Michigan Daily, welcome back to Ann Arbor: Whether this isyourfirst return since orientation or " your finalfirst day o W isses, we hope to hel you enjoy the University of Michigan to its fullest. For nearly 110 years we've strived to provide t...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 2000 Rebels refuse release of American ZAMBOANGA, Philippines (AP) - Muslim rebels holding an American hostage in a southern Philippine jungle refused yesterday to exchange him for a suspected guerrilla. Jeffrey Schilling of Oakland, Calif., ended a hunger strike and is being held in a heavily guarded bamboo hut, said a government envoy who visited the rebel camp. Schilling's legs are tied ...…

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… LOCAL/STATE Wednesday, September 6, 2000 - The Michigan Daily -3A UAMPUS Bdin er carries out of ce space .ocation rulings, The Panel on Space Allocation for Student Organizations and University Involvement with Student Organiza- tions is expected to release a report on how administrators and faculty should be involved with student groups early next month. In April the panel released its recom- mrendations regarding student space allocation...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 2000 cat 1 E ' nt ttil An open letter to all incoming first-ye 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 daily. etters@umich.edu Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan MIKE SPAH-N Editor in Chief EMILY ACHENBAUM Editorial Page Editor Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of the majority of the Daily 's editorial board.- All other articles, lette...…

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… LOCAL/S TATE Wednesday, September 6, 2000 - The Michigan Daily - 5A 'Father in disbelief over By David Enders Daily Staff Reporter After two weeks, Charles Heisinger still has trouble accepting the events surround- ing the death of his son. -"I still pinch myself because'I can't believe it happened," Heisinger, of St. Louis, said yesterday. Heisinger's 24-year-old son Kevin was beaten to death by a man said to suffer from paranoid schizoph...…

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…6A - New Student Edition - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 2000 Y Z n? rntQ help wanted I 0~ f ABB is a global technology company with 165,000 employees in over 100 countries servicing customers in Automation; Power Transmission and Distribution; Oil, Gas and Petrochemicals; Building Technologies; and Financial Services. ABB is committed to developing innovative expert solutions to help customers achieve goals for sustaina...…

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… LOCAL/S TATE Wednesday, September 6, 2000 - The Michigan Daily - 7A 'M' basketball player removed from team GAINES Continued from Page1A semester while on probation for his part in attacking a 16-year-old student while attending Winchendon School in Winchendon, Mass. The San Bernardino, Calif., native transferred to Redemption Christian Academy in Troy, N.Y., after his arrest on assault and battery charges last December and was ordered to ...…

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…8A -- The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 2000 CAMPAIGN 2000 Bush proposes plan to overhaul Medicare system Gore to lay out bluepnt for economy LOS Angeles Times A Los Angdes TimCs ALLENTOWN, Pa._- Charging that the Clinton administration has reneged on its promise to mend Medicare, Texas Gov. George W. Bush yesterday pro- posed a S198 billion overhaul of health care for seniors that would provide at least some prescription dru...…

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…NWednesday, September 6, 2000 - The Michigan Daily - 9A GOP worries Clinton will provoke budget standoff WASHINGTON (AP) B Bothered by the election-season leverage wielded by President Clinton, Republican leaders expressed worry vesterday that Democrats will try to provoke a year-end budget standoff as Congress rushes to finish its annual spending work. "I'm concerned the White House wants to cre- ate a mess at the end of the session for poli...…

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…10A - The Michigan Daily -- Wednesday, September 6, 2000 HIGHER EDUCATION EMUcancels classes after 650 professors strike YPSILANTI (API- Dozens of classes were canceled yesterday and students were !'ft wondering when they could return as Irore than 650 full-time faculty at Eastern Mlichigan University went on strike. Waving white cardboard signs with the slo- gan "Books Not Bricks," the unionized pro- 4essors peacefully demonstrated at 12 tr...…

September 06, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 135) • Page Image 11

… AJ emented Return to A2... Stephen Dorff and Melanie Griffith star in the latest John Waters pelicula, "Cecil r.Demented." Vayan con dins, tucha ch a- At the Michigan Theater tonight. michigandaily.com/arts Avis WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 6, 2000 *Weezer sneaks into Detroit for a show; chats about future plans By David Enders Daily Arts Writer DETROIT - When Weezer played at St. Andrew's Hall Saturday night, it vas part of a tour so underpubli...…

September 06, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 135) • Page Image 12

…12A - The Michigan Daiy -- Wednesday, September 6, 2000 ARTS Coyotes anything but ugly; movie foul By Matthew Barrett Daily Film Editor How ugly is ugly? "Coyote Ugly" which refers to waking up in bed with your arm around someone so unattractive Coyote that you gnaw Ugly the arm off and bolt before they Grade: D+ wake up and At Showcase recognize you. and Quality 16 This pearl of wisdom comes compliments of Lil (Maria Bello) who also happen...…

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… ARTS The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 2000-13A Vell locks down viewers; tosses out, the key By Matthew Barrett Daily Film Editor Serial killers tend to be one of the ore popular subjects for movies and lately the majority of the films about this topic have been nothing short of atrocious. The setup is often the same - see a victim die, see the police worry, see the killer capture another victim, see the killer torture the victim...…

September 06, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 135) • Page Image 15

…aig £irban1ug SPOT r '.W,4 0 , Sports desk: 647-3336 sportsdesk@umich.edu SECTION B I INN ME 0111101 Nam 11111111 INN 10101 INN NMI too INN I I 11=11 *Comrie to Michigan: C Seeking earlier start to his NHL career, Hobey Baker finalist bids Blue adieu Gaines' ouster By Joe Smith Comrie was Daily Sports Writer Oilers, but thin tunity to fulfill Playmaker Mike Comrie will no longer be daz- NHL with a tea zling Yost Ice Arena crowds. Not eve...…

September 06, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 135) • Page Image 16

…2B -- The Michigan Daily - September 6, 2000 - SportsWednesday 'M' SCHEDULE ATHLETE OF THE WEEK AMERICAN CONFERENCE East Buffalo Indianapolis Miami N.Y. Jets New England Central Baltimore Jacksonville Cincinnati Cleveland Pittsburgh Tennessee West Oakland Denver Kansas City San Diego Seattle W 1 1 1 1 0 W 1 1 0 0 0* 0 W 1 0 0 0 a Pct 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 Pct 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 Pct 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 PF 16 27...…

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…_-F SportsWednesday -- September 6, 2000- The Michigan Daily -3B Gritter blasts 'M' soccer past Vikings Freshman nets game-winner in overtime, lifts Michigan to 3-2 win DAVID DEN HERDER By Dan Williams D-ilySports Writer ;CLEVELAND - In the infant stages of the N4ichigan men's soccer team's varsity life, coach Steve Burns discovered that his squad has resi liency. The Wolverines bested Cleveland State 3-2 in overtime despite giving up a ...…

September 06, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 135) • Page Image 18

… 4B - The Michigan Daily - September 6, 2000 - SportsWednesday Icers still strong despite loss of star center Comrie 2000-2001 MICHIGAN HOCKEY SCHEI Sept. 29 Blue/Wh ite (Ex) 7:35 pm Sept. 30 WfilfEredaurer (Ex) 7:05 p.m. ICE BREAKER TOURN. Anrt Arbor) Oct. Midhigan vs. Colgate 8:35 p.m. By Joe Smith Daily Sports Writer A single player doesn't make a team. Even if that player is Mike Comrie. Despite losing their leading scorer just three w...…

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…SportsWednesday - September 6, 2000 - The Michigan Daily - 5B Cagers ink four but not Parker No Gaines Women kickers burned in Tempe By Raphael Goodstein Daily Sports Wrter For all of the bad things that have happened under Brian Ellerbe's watch, one good thing he's done is recruit good basketball players. The Wolverines inked four highly touted recruits this past recruiting sea- son, but more than who they signed, the Wolverines might reg...…

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… 6B - The Michigan Daily - September 6, 2000 - SportsWednesday . :> ; - ' } :f. , , :r .s '' _.. WHO'S NEXTl S CE The Owls beat Houston 30-27 in overtime in the city's annual rivalry. THE QUESTIONS: Can Michigan play a more disciplined brand of defense this week? How will Bennie Joppru, the replacement at tight end for Shawn Thompson, step in? THE CONCERNS: Complacency and falling behind early BIG TEN STANDINGS Askew on target;* Fargas look...…

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…SportsWednesday -- September 6, 2000 - The Michigan Daily - 7B I GAME STATISTICS Teamn Stats frst CDowns asuhes/Yards &I$Ssing Yards Of-~fensive Plays~ ComplAtt/ri ~Pnts/Avg s.',mrbles/Lost r Penalties/Yardi, Seof Poss p B 0 W1 .PASSINC= Player ~ Sahm z =,.6t~neoier ofals RtUSHING Player A Gibsor, Lewis Alls tSahm Schneider rClark Totals BG 16 28/58 213 70 271 48 18/42' 9/400 1/0 7/70 28:l- MICH 29 53/289 265 72 554 103 1142.3 4/2 8/88 3:...…

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…86 - The Michigan Daily - September 6, 2000 - SportsWednesday Again? Stickers drops another opener, but rebound against Duke By Michael Kern IDily Spons Wnstr This past weekend at the Big Ten ACC Challenge in St. Louis the Michigan field hockey team sufTered an unfortunate occurrence of deja vu. The second-ranked Wolverines faced off against No. 4 North Carolina and Duke falling 4-2 to the Tar Heels before defeating the Blue Devils 3-I. Last ...…

September 06, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 135) • Page Image 23

… SportsWednesday - September 6, 2000 - The Michigan Daily .- 9B Anonymous Wolverines plan to extend run of excellence in cross country By Ryan C. Moloney Daily Sports NTiter For the better part of the 90's, the Michigan men's cross country team churned out successful fall seasons like a summer blockbuster movie seies. Unlike in Hollywood, the sequels goi better and better. With each year, heros such as Kevin Sullivan, John Mortimer, Jay Cant...…

September 06, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 135) • Page Image 24

…10B - The Michigan Daily - September 6, 2000 - SportsWednesday Irish get ready for showdown with Huskers LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Notre Dame is not a newcomer to this season's Top 25 as far as Nebraska coach Frank Solich is concerned. Solich, whose Cornhuskers have been ranked No. I since thle preseason, has had the Fighting Irish in each of his coach- es' polls. "I believed that they would be a very fine football team and deserving of being rank...…

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… SportsWednesday - September 6, 2000 - The Michigan Daily - 118 .Despite comeback, Toman misses cut ' By Rohit Bhave Daily Sports Writer Despite beginning the U.S. Olympic Gytn- nastics Trials mired in 14th place, Michigan senior Justin Toman clawed his way into the mix with excellent performances on the par- allel bars and the still rings. When it was all over, Toman missed making the six-man ros- ter, placing ninth overall. The standings w...…

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…12B - The Michigan Daily - September 6, 2000 - SportsWednesday UCLA backup quarterback takes advantage of golden opportunity LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The season was j ust beginning, and backup quarter- back 'Ryan McCann was watching on the UCLAsideline, waiting for an opportunity he knew might never come. It came faster than he possibly could have imagined. Cory Paus, named the Bruins' starting signal-caller 12 days before the Bruins faced Alabam...…

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…SportsWednesoay - September 6, 2000 - The Michigan Daily --- 13B Paterno's worries grow after 0-2 Kevin O'Neill, one of the most outspoken of Big Ten coaches, is off to the New York Knicks for an assistant coaching position. Sourcestern llues new coach STATE COLLEGE (AP) - It's. been 10 years since Joe Paterno has dealt with an 0-2 start, so he's strug- gling to find answers. "I've got to be careful whether the other guys are that good, or ...…

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…y u ,may t a6 , J 0 7w iw A..N WL -1 *7f DIVERSITY4 i T R AD I T ION CO M MUN IT Y One hundred and fifteen years ago, Barney Kroger opened a community grocery store. In 1917, The Kroger Co. opened its first store in Michigan. A lot has changed since then, but we have not forgotten the basic principles on which the company was founded: diversity, tradition and community. With this in mind, we strive to create a diverse work environment, w...…

September 06, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 135) • Page Image 29

… michigandaily.com New Student Edition C OMMENTARY SECTION B WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2000 r MIKE SPAHN Affinnative action is vital to V *School Daze: Don 't let 'em pass you by like sitting on my couch. I like sitting on my porch. In fact, I think I like sitting around doing nothing -- or near noth- ing - as much as possible. And college is just the place to do that. In high school, seven hours of class per day is the norm; in college, ...…

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…2B - New Student Edition - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 2000 ACTION Continued from Page 1B usually almost exclusively non- minority areas. The consideration of a student's curriculum will also be disadvanta- geous to most minority applicants as they tend to be from less affluent areas where schools seldom have many, if any, of the advanced place- ment courses the University values highly in its admissions decisions. Alumni rel...…

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…____Wednesday, September 6, 2000 - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - 3B CHRIS KULA Record Woes Napster's fall won't be end of MP3 swapping A'n open letter to the girl of my dreams B aby, I know I screwed up. I still don't know how I forgot about Valentine's Day, but. I'm so very sorry I did. Believe me, girl, I feel more remorse than the blind man who cannot see the sunrise. I should have been making plans for months, dreaming up ...…

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…I 4B - New Student Edition - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 2000 THE END OF MILLENNIUM BLUES: OUR CRAZY TIMES It's difficult to write about the coming of age in the waning hours of this century without sound- ing like that lame "children of the '80s" e-mail that I know all of you have gotten. How do I know you've all gotten it? Because we're adolescents of the '90s. The Internet is our industrial rev- olution, changing not on...…

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…Wednesday, September 6, 2000 - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - 5B THE PLIGHT AND MIGHT OF OMER A. KUDAT 14 Monroe St. is my pad, my shack, my humble abode. I share it with 12 other people -all gentle- men, all kings in their own right. We encapsulate the very essence of diversity that the University stands We are Americans, Europeans, Asians (a.k.a Yanks, Imperialists and forced laborers, in that order). From VcCainian candyboys to...…

September 06, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 135) • Page Image 34

…0 0 OPEN MONDAY -w SATURDAY 8 TO 11, SUNDAY- 8 TO 9 I L U LCA TED Inm INW A RBORLAND MALL US. 23 8 WASETENAW JUST MINUTES FROM CAMPUS. THE ARBORLAND BUS STOP IS CONVENIENTLY LOCATED HERE. ARBORLAND MALL ~1 DOWNTOWN WASHTENAW YPSILANTI ANN ARBOR -1 OUTSTANDING QUALITY, VARIETY AND VALUE MAKES MILLER'S THE PLACE TO SHOP INANN ARDOR! 0 6 0 0 0 0 I&Ihj It Cores To foo4...Make Hitler's Your im Home Aay f$om Hoie. Elly Mae Our Corpor...…

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…Wednesday, September 6, 2000 - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - 763 MIND IF I By Josh Wickerham Dtaly Editrialrsi tr by outlawingy nature. MariJuana is a Schedule One drug, wehicth, by definition, means it Itas no IBoh Dylan prosbatbly bad it ri ght nsedicinal use and carries the hsarshet wh en It. satid, I"sveiylbody must get legal pensalties. Drugs in Schedulc Onl stonted" And in collesec most ofi von are also supposed to carry...…

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…8B - New Student Edition - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 2000 Limited Edition: It's a consumer world after all 0 kav, I'll admit it. I'm one of those people who refuse to throw anything away. I see senti- mental value in my Economics 101 notes. Naturally, years of keeping stuff led me, by senior year, to require a closet bigger than my new apartment in New York City. Many have urged me to recycle things like anthropology work...…

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…Th Wednesday, September 6, 2000 - The Michigan Daily -- New Student Edition - 9B An early Whenever you walk through the Diag, it never fails that you'll find a collection of carefully cut, bright slips of paper being shoved in your open hand as you run late to class. Sometimes paper venders will even go so far as to place them at your seat if your class is in a big lec- ture hall. These slips of paper would be incredibly useful if you had s...…

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…10B - New Student Edition - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, ^__________________________ victory Christian Foursquare Church 734-480-0516 or, 734-944-4672 520 Cross Street Ypsilantii ia astern 1ilga Saturday Worship "The Gathering" 5:30 PM 1teeating a "Solid Rock Cqfle INowee Wednesday HomeGru Meetings 6:30 PM ,ileeting at IHomies am Oiher oauns Solid Rock Coffee House Lw ee Pik EN Bands " Coffee eSnack Cf 's nti~usic * Fellowshi...…

September 06, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 135) • Page Image 39

….s... ®.. michigandaily.com New Student Edition SECTION WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2000 GEOFF GAGNON GIVING BACK e~ " Wf and wisdom hides behzZ'zd' strange doors it's no different than any of the rest of the study carrols in the Grad Library - except for the view out the window. Far to the right ivy crawls to reach the block M that waves from the Union tower as the President's home and law quad unfold six stories below. Michigan Stadium si...…

September 06, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 135) • Page Image 40

…2C - New Student Edition -- The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 2000 BOLLINGER Continued from Page 1C dent's house, located on South Uni- versity Street. Bollinger said he likes the house because of the easy access it provides to every area of campus. "It's quite homey - it's a nice place to call home," Bollinger said. "It's friendly - there is little between you and thousands of peo- ple. Every now and then, though, we have to escap...…

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…Wednesday, September 6, 2000 - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - 3C Study abroad programs enrich experience, education University living-learning programs provide the opportunity for students to live and study in the same place. I LIVE TO LEARN By Ginnefer Cox Daily Staff Reporter One of the most difficult tasks for freshmen is the dcci- sion of which residence hall to live in. For those students who wish to experience small colle...…

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…4C - New Student Edition - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 2000 NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK Wonders and worries all part offrosh life S By Anna Clark DAly StaffTReporter keep up with the work load, o keep up, but at the expense of le After battling through his fir l "I wonder if I will be able to handle the said he's learned a few lesson transition from high school to college level sonte surprisingly pleasant on classes. It is qui...…

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…Wednesday, September 6, 2000 - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - 5C Community organizations always looking for more help SERVICE Continued from Page 1C or rehabilitate houses in partnership with Habitat affiliates and homeown- ers and raise funds for the work of Habitat. Volunteers can choose a date, time and location where they can help buildhomes. Since September 1, 1998, 1192 University students have volunteered for Habitat. RED C...…

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… 6C - New Student Edition - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 2000 MSA Continued from Page 1C with optimism. LSA Rep. Kym Stewart resigned from the assembly because she said she wasn't comfort- able with the direction MSA is head- ed. I think this will be a rebuilding year for MSA. They will be rebuild- ing internally and I am more into the external aspects," Stewart said. "The restructuring will be great because the new people wil...…

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…Wednesday, September 6, 2000 - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - 7C SERVICE Continued from Page 7C and leadership (SAL) sponsors a yearly event, Festifall, an outdoor festival on the Diag, which displays over 600 student organizations on campus. Many organizations that offer volunteer opportunities will 'ave information for students who sh to participate. This year's event is scheduled f'or Thursday, September 7 from 11 :0(am-4pm. SA...…

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…8C - New Student Edition - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 2000 PS works to protect campus By Laura Deneau Dalih"aff Reporter Although Ann Arbor has been a relatively safe city in recent years, in the past decade, waves of crime and assault brought discomfort to its citizens. The ease currently felt can be attributed to the successful implementation of Department of Public Safety and Ann Arbor Police Department activities and p...…

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…Wednesday, September 6, 2000 - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - 9C "U' to limit group use of Rackham 4y isa Koivu Dai y StaffReporter Beginning this month, any student group wishing to perform in Rackham Auditorium will have to be regis- tered with Rackham Student Government. ' his will prevent the majority of student ,groups on campus from using the facilities, as pnly groups with a significant number of gradu- a'testudents involv...…

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…IOC - New Student Edition - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 2000 'Night' addresses sexual violence Letter grades to be added to RC policy By Sana Danish Daily Staff Reporter Despite the more than 300 unfamil- iar faces staring back at her from the piag on the evening of April 8, Social Work graduate student Beth Harrison- Prado stood on the steps of the Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library and spoke openly about surviving sexual ass...…

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…Wednesday, September 6, 2000 - The Michigan Daily -- New Student Edition - 11C ® University Health Service has all kinds of remedies for those aches and pains. By Rachael Smith lDaily Staff Reporter During the average four-year program of study, almost every student at the Universi- ty will go to the University Health Service at one time or another. UHS provides a general clinic as well as several specialty clinics. The medical clinic serves...…

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…12C - New Student Edition - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 2000 LIBRARIES Continued from Page 8C specialized subject assistance," MacAdam said. The Graduate Library offers some of the quietest study areas on cam- pus. The library is notorious for it cubicles and also has a beautiful reading room on the second floor. Regardless of whether you have research to do or not, MacAdam feels new students should utilize the researching to...…

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