1988-09-14; Central Michigan Life
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Crossing Signals GTE workers, management talk NEWS, PAGE 3 DUALING MATCH Volleyball team to play at Ferris SPORTS, PAGE 12 DEMO DISPLAY Hopefuls get shot at stardom ENTERTAINMENT, PAGE 10 WEATHER Mostly sunny, highs in the mid-70s Central Michigan WEDNESDAY September 14, 1988 ^^i^^j^^^im^mM^^rti^^B Teacher tarriff New bill would charge extra to keep or get teaching jobs by KAREN EMERSON A bill plopo*lllg legl-lat ive ihange- in tisuliei i eit it~u.it ii iii ha* stirred in.ved ti ,-hng- in lllltll Jlltit'e-*"!* .Uill -Hldi-Ilt- in the Stimuli if Kilue.itu-ii. lb alth and Hutu.in S-rv u • ■- Il tin- bill receive- -t.lte ■ ipproval t In - tall Mu hig.in ti ai I let -< (ill 111 114- |>a\ ill;; >1 ■.'•"mi inure eve I \ l"l \e lr.ll- to lei el Viol' keep .1 tisil hllig jut i Teacher* troll! out-nle M'lhi g.m ii.iild be paving *1T", t>> ret.Illl their llietl-e-- tn te.ll ll III t III- -t.lte Tile lu.iri.'V Will I .1 I -e .IppI ,i\ I lll.ltel V > 1 II I I 11 i.m . .11 I .,! dill.; t,, -tale limine- .111,1 VV ill In- 11 -« 11 (,, p. 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Teacher K'llli al I..I1 Stllilehl Service-. *.lld then- I- I pinHeTII W It tl I i,III pel i III \ I i -t 1 tl i; nt te.u ln-r* "I tbilik le-tinj tin- ha-ii *kill* I- verv ditt'iinlt liei.ni-e wb.it rn.iv In■ a ba-Ha ..inpetehi \ tn nrie pel -nil I- tin! tnl .ilmt In I -aid llaighl . pi..!,---,it pp! teat bet nlili .it i- ill ali'l pr ,.lo- Mnll.ll ll.-Velp.pllielll "|l really tllpl Illl- Illl Illl' te-t Ynll Call Searches underway for dean and provost by RUTH VIOLANTE "~~^~~ pn-itlnll- shniild Ih- filled by tile I.tklib.iu-k.i- -.mi A Sen.ite iienee " .|.iku|p.tii*k.i* -nil end nt thi* academic year will -i leit -ev en repre-ellt.itive- I le *.i id nil In nigh t be search I* "I think e.uh cnmmtttee will t,,i t be pr nv. >-t -.-.il eb cnmnuttt e being -t.uted tnr a permanent 'I'vvn ri.itlnri.il -isiiilu- are have a- .1 g".il tn b.ive chn-en Ward. ( l.ir k-t,,n -i iimr will pii.v,,-t. be and Interim I'rovo-t underway tnl ,i pinvn-t .Hid .1 -ppinentie bv the end nl tin- -licit three -tudeiit- .l.tkuhau Hell k b.ive lint been "bidding di .III i, I tile College nl Art- .Hid acldl-IIIIC Veals' Hell k -.lid -ka- -.lid be vv ill -eleit 'Hi- Up t belt lire, illl" planning .Itld an' S, nine- .I.lkub.lU-k.l- -.Illl lie IIiIpT I e-i-lit at I V e* I I i ill I W It 111 11 t 111' ( *ll I - ' ' ' pe I at III - .It 11111 st I -.11II " I'.ntb -i.tube- wen- initiated in.illy b.t- inilil'icd Academic v.r-ilv ■l.ikub.iu-k.i* -aid there are a l,v I'te-id'Tit Kdw.inl H .l.iku- Senate and Cathleeii Ward. St u "I think t lie i ampii- i- nallv hit nt detail- and confident lalil le- b.ui-ka- iii nl t in', ei nitieiit A--in lati'in aiivmu-'tn till lb.--e p.i-itinn-1 ttiat liave tn l,.-di-eu--i-tl w itli the Int i-i mi l'mv.,-l N'.iihv Ili-lik pTe-ith nt. In ret|ue-t ii pi i-i-Tita then- have been a hit p.! interim prnvn-t -eanli coiiiTniltee alter -ant depending nil hnW la-t c.ll ll t IVe- !' il a -e.lli b l P.TIinilt t ee li i! .1 pe, pple 111 le tnT .1 Inllg t line I t I n- I I illl Imt t ee I * -eli-l t ell -e.ll l ll l .illlllllt tee W i 11 k -. tile per 11 lain lit pi i iV n-1 t blllk we need .1 -i'11-e nf pel 111.! ' 1 W . I lit t n g I \ I- I hem a 11 lllllll a A LESSON IN BOTANY TEACH H (,! y,y p'ub'sscr G-'iir.-.. P.sierin sfis.v stir.Vr.t' ti Is*. RIO .'.''* N itnrt itli !," I I ! S I .•.!',! tel'tl', !' CM HUE J.io On ■i fun ) lu-s.t.iy A lesson in mellowing out Negotiation workbook designed to deal with fighting roomies by LISA ESCHENBURG i > ■. • ,'t v.- •■ ■ laving with roommate* fur the f"ir*l time can be quite a challenge I'rnblein* irinunt anil things can nil *n ti-n*e there sinus tn !«■ nne answer Someone ha* tn move nut Hut it dues in,', have to lie that wav Knowing how to deal with roommate conflicts Itefore they start <ir grow too large can help bring answers tn problems which all sides can agree on Donna Kulick. a counselor in the Counseling Center, said the best way to deal with conflict is to be proactive — to deal with problems before conflict can begin. Unfortunately, dealing with a problem before it begins is not always possible. Housing is trying to change- that by offering roommate negotiation workbooks. This is the second year the workbooks have been used. They are given to resident assistants to use with the students on their floor. The workbooks are designed to settle issues — large and small, before they have a chance to create a conflict ur conflicts Ix'twivn roommates, said Heth I Iriggs. Saxc Residence Hall Director. 1-ast year, Hriggs. Gay lord graduate student. said the u*e of the workbooks was left up to the resident assistants' discretion Hnggs said this \c;ir, Housing's expectations for the work- lnHik are that they Ih- used in all .rooms which have roommates who have never lived together. Using the worklxiok, roommates go through and agree or compromise on workable agree ments to i--ues which may have later caused an argument between two or all of the roommates. Hriggs said The issues in the workltook range from cleaning the room and personal behavior I such as smoking or drinking it <> the use of another's personal property and overnight guests "Sometimes we don't even complete the whole workbook," Hriggs said "If their ithe roommates! only concern is overnight Please See ROOMIES Pago 18 Tuition rollback refunds to be given out this semester by MARCIA MCDONALD UFE idle: Refunds from the tuition rollback will be distributed this semester. President Edward II. Jakubauskas said Tuesday. "I decided after looking at it that if it is feasible — and it seems to be — we will simply provide refund checks to students." Jakubauskas said. "I thought that would be better for the students. "The Business Office said it wouldn't be a lot of trouble," he added. "Originally, I said we would have to give credit toward next semester's tuition," Jakubauskas said. "So, I'd say there is a change in the game plan." The University closes student accounts Tuesday, said Thomas Repp, assistant vice president for Financial .Affairs. About a week after that date, the University will mail students a new Receivable Accounts statement which will reflect the fall tuition rollback refund amount. Repp said. Students will be refunded $.70 for each credit hour they are taking this semester. The Board of Trustees unanimously approved the rollback — which Gov. James BLanchard requested — at its Friday meeting. The rollback decreases undergraduate tuition from the $M50 per-credit-hour charge approved in May to $53.80 per credit hour. Students who took IS credit* this semester will get a $10.50 refund. The rollback creates a $334,559 shortfall in the University's budget. A $213,000 state reimbursement for 1986 flood damages will replace part of the shortfall. The rest of the money will be "squeezed out" of the budget during the year, Jakubauskas said in an earDer interview. ...SC turn of the type of person I'm looking tnr there anno re-t net ions or limitations in thi* search we're looking internally and externally. BELCK i .-.is,- s,.,. SEARCH P.iqe 2 Graduate enrollment fee goes up by RUTH VIOLANTE lV-|nte the tuition rollback, one thtli^ ha* remained the same Im students an increased enrollment lee For graduate -tudeiit*. the -tnrv I* a little ihlfi-relit Although tint mu lor both on- campus graduate students and graduate -tililents not on the Mount Pleasant campus has increased, on campus graduates must now pay $SII if they are taking five or more credit hours (Iraduate 1:1 state tuition has increased from $~U to $7.'i f>() per credit hour (ir.iduate out-of- state tuition ha* increased from $la.'t to SliVI 50 per credit hour. Ibiger (irabinski. associate prntes-or of i min-eling. educational aiirniiii-tr.it ion and community leadership, s.ud the mi rise i-tl enrollment lee for on- i.utipu- graduate -tuiii-nt.- i* di*- criniitiatory "(iradu:ite students an- older and many are vv orkmg for a liv mg till* I- all aihli-d burden and the graduate -tliili lit 1- the mo-t adverselv alteitetl." (Irabin-kl -aid He said it wa- ton early to tell hnw the mcrea-eil tuition rates tnr ot! e.unpu- graduate -Indents and the 1111 rea-eil enrollment fee l',r on c.impu- students would atli-cl the number ol graduate -tudeiit* .it ("Ml- "It's too early to tell."be *,ud "I |u-t dont know we have to see what happen* with enrollment in graduate studies, something I will be watching very closely ~ Out' on carnpti* graduate .*tu- ib lit said the nicie.ised enrollment tee wa* an especially biff shock when In- found out "I'p until thi* point, my tuition wa* covered by as*i.*tant.*hips. This i* the fir.-t year I've paid for any tuition and thi* increased enrollment fee was something I didn't find out alxiut until this summer," Steven Carter said. Carter. Mount Pleasant graduate student. said even though the enrollment fee is only $-111 for students taking less than five credit hours, he did not consider taking fewer credits this year. Carter is working towards a doctorate in clinical psychology the only doctoral program offered at CMC. "To draw out my program would just lie an additional burden." Carter said Although (Irabinski said he did not like the incrca.sed enrollment fee policy he realized the administration did not have many options "We just don't have the money here that you have in other institutions — we never have." Grabinski said.
|Title||1988-09-14; Central Michigan Life|
|Publisher||Students of Central Michigan University|
|Description||Wednesday, September 14, 1988 issue of the student newspaper of Central Michigan University. Also known as CM-Life. Originally published biweekly. Later published three times a week during the academic year and once a week during the summer. Began publication in 1941. Previously known as Central State Life. Issues from 1999 to the present are available online at the CMLife website.|
|Subject/Keywords||Central Michigan University - Newspapers; Mount Pleasant (Mich.) - Newspapers; Isabella County (Mich.) - Newspapers; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
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