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May 08, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…WIE ¬£irhkrnn a fin One hundredfive years of d4iorifreedom 57 mq Wednesday , E. May 8, 1996 I Graduates bid 'U' farewell By Michelle Lee Thompson Daily Staff Reporter As about 4,000 University students sat by in caps and gowns, Spelman College President Johnnetta Cole told the soon-to-be graduates about "Making it Matter to Another Soul." "Your years at the University of Michigan will have true and lasting meaning if every now and then you ...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, May 8, 1996 CUTS Continued from Page 1 be laid off, 200 will be from the nursing staff, the most of any staff. Nursing senior Nicole Bills was forced to find a job elsewhere, after learning she no longer had a job with the University hospital this summer. "A lot of people were angry because we thought we had a job for this sum- mer," she said. Harrison said more than half the job losses will be through attr...…

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…Wednesday, May 8, 1996 - The Michigan Daily - 3 Matlock pleads not guilty at arraignment 0 Date set for OAMI director's criminal trial for resisting arrest By Sam T. Dudek Daily Staff Reponer John Matlock, director of the Office of Academic and Multicultural Initiatives, pled not guilty April 23 to charges of resisting arrest and assault and battery. Now he must wait. Jury selection in his criminal trial is scheduled to begin July 12. But t...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, May 8, 1996 Edited and managed by ERIN MARSH stdnsa y~ LAURIE MAYK PAUL SERILLA students at the Editor in Chief PU EIL University of MichiganUn Opinion Page Editors 4 ness otherwise noted, unsigned editorials ri f lect the opinion oft 420 M ay nard Street majority of the aily'editorial board^,llof er articfes. tatters and Ann Arbor, MlI48109 cantons oli ~ lt ntcessarily reflect the opinion tof The Michig'an ...…

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…Wednesday, May 8, 1996 - The Michigan Daily -5 1M GONNA SAY IT NOW heirony of immigration The very same people that oppose less-restric- tive immigration policies might not be in the United States today if it weren't for these open policies in the first place. Many complain that unlike immigrants of the early 20th century, newerk.:.. m igrants are lazy, refuse tof work, and simply become bur- dens of the welfare state. Thea older immigrants, ...…

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…BAGEL FACTORY is now hiring for all sitions. Full/part-time help wanted. Aply i person at 1306 S. University. 663-3345. CAMPAIGN POSITIONS: Motivated Republican sought for Macomb County campaigns. 810/781-5797. COMMUNITY ORGANIZER needed for -profit Ohio agency. Good communica- skills and travel required. Experience a plus. Send resume to: ACES, 2260 Upton Avenue, Toledo, OH 43606. 419/472-6609. Submit by May 15, 1996. CONSTRUCTION LBOR: Part-...…

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…8 --The Michigan Daily - Wednesday; May 8, 1996 University receives $8M gift from state . Higher education col- lects benefits from state tax surplus By Katie Wang Daily News Editor The University was the lucky recipi- ent of an $8 million cash bonus from the state of Michigan on April 25. Due to a surplus of state taxes, the state decided to allocate $22.6 million of the $95 million surplus to state universities and community colleges, to...…

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…P OETRY AT SHAMAN DRUM Laurence Thomas is scheduled to read from a new collaborative effort, "The Face in the Mirror," with artist Judith Wednesday Jacobs at 1 p.m. this Saturday, May 11. May 8, 1996 Stereolab speaks, mobilizing Moogs on U.S. tour By Heather Phares Daily Arts Writer outside of London," she said. "It was "This woman spoke to me for five very enjoyable working in Chicago with inutes and asked me really boring John McEntire of T...…

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…10- The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, May 8, 1996 Teens conjure angst in 'The Cn ''4' m ~~777 By Heather Phares Daily Arts Writer Adolescence. In the movies, at least, it tends to bring out the manipulative and destructive urges in people. With "The Craft," you get both for the price of one. Like a supernatural "Heathers" or a "Clueless" from hell, "The Craft"'s teenage angst not only has a body count and cool clothes, but heaping helpings of ...…

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…anticat krik kraks into Ann Art By Dean Bakopoulos Daily Arts Writer When you are a finalist for the National Book Award at age 26, people are going to take notice. Ditto if you are a writer who chronicles the experi- ence of one of the richest, most under- represented cultures in American fic- n. And ditto again if you possess a ietic narrative voice that resounds with heft and emotion. People are starting to notice Edwidge Danticat, author o...…

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…The National Champion Michigan hockey team has signed defensemen Kevin Magnuson and Sean Peach to national let- ters of intent. Magnuson played this past season for Dubuque of the United States Hockey League. Peach was a member of Wea ay the Powell River Paper Kings of the British Columbia Junior P O R T May,81996 Hockey League. ,19 y-9 Bad luck follows 'M' S.: so .. baseball to Eastern By Will McCahill Daily Sports Editor YPSILANTI - "We're ...…

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… SPORTS WednedayMay' 8 199 **-~The Mihigan Daily~ - I' softball looks to defend ig Ten crown on home turf By Will McCahill and Mark Snyder Daily Sports Writers Defending what title? To the Michigan softball team, this weekend's Big Ten tour- nament is not about defending the title it won last year. It's about winning this year's conference crown. "We don't feel we're defending the title - we're trying to win the 1996 title," Wolverine coach C...…

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…14 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, May 8, 1996 SPORTS >men gymnasts finish season in iper' style, place sixth at NCAAs By Kevin Kasiborski Daily Sports Writer Sweet home Alabama. For the Crimson Tide. that is. Performing in front of its home crowd, Alabama pulled away from the field - including Michigan - in the final rotation to win its third women's gymnastics national cham- pionship April 26. The Crimson Tide finished with a score of 19...…

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…M' leaders meet nation 's leaders ASHINGTON - Senior Kevin Hilton stood on the White House's North Lawn on Monday, his hands shoved deep into his pockets, wearing a boyish gn. A couple hundred feet away, a little girl pressed her face between the bars that separate the public from the privileged, and Hilton realized what a special moment he was having. "When I came here before, I never thought I would be shaking his hand" Hilton said. "I never...…

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