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New diversity official encouraged by young leaders' openness

By Jill faster

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Twelve leaders of student organi/ations met
yesterday fora frank conversation with the univcr~
sity ~s newly selected top diversity official.

.ludy “J..l Jackson of Vassar College in
Pouglikeepsie. N.Y.. was selected in late Janu«
my and w ill begin as the vice president for insti-
ttitional diversity on .luly 1. Jackson made an
early visit to UK yesterday to meet with differ—
ent groups on campus and learn about diversity

Yesterday afternoon. the II assembled leaders
lc\clcd with her, When .lackson asked how ittost
Student (Joy ernmcnt officers get elected. several
students immediately said “Greek" and others
nodded their heads in response,

“It's often said if you get the (EPAC (Greek

Political Action (‘ommittec endorsement).
you'll get the election." integrated strategic
communications senior James Davidson said of
spring SG elections. Davidson is also the first-
vice president of UK‘s chapter of the National
Association for the Advancement of (‘olored

Patrick Keal. president of the lnterfraternity
Council. agreed. saying leadership roles are often
passed down from one fratemity or sorority mem-
ber to another. though not out of ill—will toward
other students on campus.

“If you‘re a Greek and the guy who's in the
office in front of you is a (ireek. that‘s the way to
get the position. to get to know them." he said.
“It‘s not an intentional cycle."

As students talked about their experience
with diversity at UK. Jackson took notes and
gave her reactions, She said organizations

should work to develop a stu‘
dent leadership program arid
that if the (ireeks have a lead-
ership package that is work-
ing. it could be applied to the
whole student body.

(‘oordinating diversity cf-
forts among students. faculty.
staff and administrators will
be pan of Jackson’s job when
she struts in July. She will also
advise the president and the provost on how
university decisions will affect UK's diversity

Yesterday. the l3 students talked about what
they would like to see on campus in the future and
addressed existing diversity problems at l'K. One
subject discussed was an email forwarded by S(l
President Nick Phelps to an S0 listserv last month



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that falsely described presidential hopeful Barack
()bama as a Muslim and spoke negatively of ls-

When one student brought it up without men-
tioning l’helps' name while the SG president sat at
the meeting. Jackson said the leaders had to be
honest with each other.

“You need to put stuff on the table and say
what you mean." she said.

At the end. Jackson said she found the meet»
ing to be successful and encouraged the group to
continue meeting despite busy schedules.

After the students left. Jackson said she has
been surprised by how open and willing to work
the students she has met have been. In her visit to
campus. she has detected good spirit and good—
will. she said.

“I think it‘s going to be a good move for me."
Jackson said.

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at 5:30 pm. continuing into the
night. The National W ‘ather
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Joseph Brown witnessed the miracle of life as a [K under-
grad and knew he wanted to be a doctor.

"You'll never forget the sight of a baby being bom or your
first time in the gross anatomy lab." said Brown. a second-year
medical student.

His cvpcriences were part of the Professional liducation
Preparation Program. offered by l'K‘s dental and medical schools

PliPP gives high school seniors and undergraduates from
medically underserved towns in the state a chance to interact
with dentists and physicians for four weeks. observ ing the dai-
ly tasks in the students' future fields

By working with students from small towns. the program
coordinators hope to encourage them to return to their rural
homes and set tip practices. said (‘arol Leslie. director and
principle investigator of PleP.

Brown participated in PIEPP as a high school student and
an undergrad. The experiences helped develop his passion for
medicine and reaffirmed his decision to become a phy sician.
he said. The Wayne ('otintry name said he plans to practice
rttcdicinc back home after he finishes medical school.

"Physicians from the area who know the c\ cry day lives ot
their patients ha\c an insight that is invaluable in the diagnosis
and treatment of their patients." he said.

Since the program launched in I‘lts'Z. it has "dewloped a
family of stippon. with past program participants giving back
with their time and insights." Leslie said.

Students in the program are involved in hospital rotations.
health seminars and informative programrbased lectures.

“It was a chance to speak with real role models. individuals
who were in the field arid who could answer all my questions."
Brown said. It also helps students network with helpful con~
facts. he said.

The second phase of the program. PH’P ll. offers a greater
iiHlepth C‘sdlllllldllnll of a physician‘s career demands. allow—
ing scholars to obsenc childbirth. emergency medicine and
outpatient surgeries. Brown said Those Plil’l’ If students inter—
estcd in dentistry are allowed on dental clinic rotations. where
they cart observe oral and ma\illotacial surgeries as well as
emergency dental procedures.

The program designed tor undergraduates also c\plarns thc
detailed application process for dental and medical schools and
how individual students cart choose the right school for them.

“Plil’l’ ll showed me c\actly how to achieve my dream.“
Brown said.

Students interested in either program can contact Leslie at
1850i 2574905 for more information The application deadline
for high school seniors is March 1 and the deadline for under



graduates is



Big brothers, sisters to bowl for kids

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Brandon Thomas will assure
anyone that brothers are not al—
ways biologically related.

As the UK chapter president

of Big Brothers Big Sisters of

the Bluegrass. Thomas has creat—
ed a brotherly relationship for the
past two years with his “little."
Kristian Lowe.

Lowe. H.

said he Clljtty‘s

playing video games. laser tag.

baseball. card games and pool

with his big brother Thomas. a

psychology and biology senior.
ln art effort to raise monev‘

for Big Brothers/Big Sisters of

the Bluegrass. the 51st annual
Bowling for Kids‘ Sake. spon-
sored by the organi/ation. will be
held from 9 pm, to II pm. to-
day at Southland Bowling Lanes.

UK students can form teams
of four to five people to bowl in
the toumament by making a dona
tion to the organi/ation. Thomas
said he hopes to crush last year‘s
fundraising record of nearly

“This event allows students
to get involved for a good cause
and have fun at the same time."

Thomas said. “It is a great way
to ask questions about the pro-
gram and fill out an application
if people are interested. Partici—
pating enables the chapter to
raise money and improve on
what is already a great chapter."

To register a team. students
may fill out a donation packet lo-
cated in the Student (iovemment
office in the Student (‘enter or at
Southland Bowling Lanes. Team
members will receive free T-
shirts. pix/a and soft drinks at the

“Our top priority is providing
kids with more opportunities to
integrate with people they can
look up to." Thomas said. "We
encourage anyone who is up for
a good time to attend the event."

A non-profit agency dedicat-
ed to improving the lives of chil-
dren from single—parent families.
Big Brothers/Big Sisters of the
Bluegrass has been serving l4
counties and 28 schools in (‘en-
fral Kentucky for 50 years.

The organization has been on
campus for four years and has son
members. It offers three programs
for student volunteers school pro<
gram. community program and es-
capades program.

First issue free. Subsequent issues 25 cents.

"Raising awareness and get
ting new people involved on
campus has always been our
number one goal." said chapter
vice president Brian Drapp. a fi—
nance senior.

In Big Brothers/Big Sisters‘
core effort. the community pro-
gram. volunteers visit children at
their homes.

The escapades program was
created because some children are
on a waitlist for a big brother or
big sister for up to two years.
Thomas said. In this program.
children meet with a group of vol»
unteers once a month for a couple
of hours.

Though Thomas is busy with
school and the organization. he
said the school program allows
him to manage his time with
Lowe. This particular effort is pop-
ular among l'K students. he said.
because volunteers visit children at
school for one hour a week.

The organization holds re
cruitment meetings for students
who want to learn more about
being involved in Big Broth»
ers/Big Sisters. The last meeting
of the semester is Feb. 27. at (v
pm. in room too of the Student

March 7.

F Hispanic-black relations topic of forum


By Courtney Lacy

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Di\crsity issues are not simply black and
white. and a panel will c\plore relationships
among Hispanics and blacks as part of the Dr
versity Dialogue series tonight.

The Office of Student Di\crsity langage
ment is sponsoring the event. Strong l)i\isions
and Shared Dreams. Exploring the dynamics of
relationships between latinos Hispanics and
African Americans Blacks

The event starts tonight at
Ballroom of the Student (enter.

The fonim will benefit students of all races.
said Juan lispinosa. president of the Latin
American Strident ()rgani/ation.

"The purpose of these mum is the unifica-
tion and integration of all races." lispinosa said
“This is not an event rust for .'\frrcan-.»\mcrr»
cans and Latinos."

A poll published in December by New
America Media revealed tensions among Amer-
icans of different races.

The telephone poll of l.lll5 black. Asian
American and Hispanic adults found that fric
tion between these ethnicities is harbored in
stereotypes and the mistrust between the
groups. according to New America Media. an
association of more than 700 ethnic media or-

Survey results also show ed that the malority
of each group wanted to work together toward


in thc Small

creating better communities

"Historically. Latin .-\rttcric.ins hay c not had
good crimmunication with African-.-\meric.ins."
l:spiiiosa said "But I am confident that this is
starting to change since we all have a common
goal. w hich is to promote diversity and aware
ness not only here on campus but around the
state and across the nation "

The Di\crsity Dialogue series is designed to
promote engaged scholarship and debate about
the l0plt\ of race. cthnicity and di\crsity as a
w holc. said Mahiabecn Rafiirddin. director of
student di\crsity engagement Programmers
and organi/crs recogni/e the significance of the
paradigm between blacks and whites in the
l'nited Slates.

“llowewr. we are comittitted to cvpanding
the study of race and ethnicity beyond the
blackmhite paradigm." she said

About the years ago. diversity on campus
was only thought to encompass blacks. [as
pinosa said

“Thanks to these dialogues. the students.
staff and faculty are aware that there are many
more ethnicitics represented at l'K that also
need and descr\c the attention necessary to
move forward to .i more diverse university he

More information from the New America
Media survey cart be found on the organi/a»
tion‘s Web site lhlfp‘ newsnewamericame
dia org i.

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BAGHDAD Violence is increasing in Iraq. raising questions
about whether the security improvements credited to the increase in
US. troops may be short-lived.

('ar bombs in Baghdad on Monday killed at least ll people and
injured a prominent leader of one of the country's most influential
Anierican‘allied tribal riiilitias.

The‘Ministry of Electricity announced that power to much of the
nation. already anemic. is likely to lag in coming days because in-
surgents had blown up transmission facilities and natural gas
pipelines that fuel generators.

(‘BS News confirmed that two of its journalists are missing in
Basra. in lraq’s south.

A leading parliament member warned that budget disputes have
paralyzed the legislature.

Secretary of Defense Robert (iates. finishing a two—day visit to
Baghdad. said that he was likely to advocate a pause in troop with-
drawals to evaluate the situation after the last of the additional
troops sent here under President Bush‘s so-called surge strategy had
left later this year.

Gates made the remark after meeting for two hours with Gen.
David Petraeus. the top US. commander in Iraq. Petraeus already
has indicated that he wants to slow troop withdrawals to consolidate
the past year‘s security gains.

Gates previously has said that how fast troops are redeployed
from Iraq will depend on conditions there. But his statement
prompted criticism frorii Democratic lawmakers. House Speaker
Nancy Pelosi. D-Calif.. House Armed Services Committee
(‘hairman lke Skelton. [)-Mo.. and presidential contender Sen.
Barack Obama. D—lll.. each issued statements that said delaying
further withdrawals would leave the American military over-


"While the administration puts our drawdow'n on permanent
pause." ()bama said. al-Qaida leader ()sama “bin Laden is on the
loose. Afghanistan is sliding toward chaos and we're spending bil-
lions of dollars a week in Baghdad instead of helping Americans
who are struggling here at home."

Other leading presidential contenders made no comment on
Gates‘ remarks. Republican front-runner John Mc(‘am has been a
leading advocate of the surge.

After months of declining violence. February is certain to be the
third straight month to see increases in the numbers of Baghdad res—
idents killed in car bombings and suicide attacks.

According to statistics kept by McClatchy. the low point in such
killings came in November. when 76 people died. Thanks to a pair
of pet market bombings that killed 99 people Feb. I. February‘s tal-
ly already is I31.

Petraeus' counsel on troop withdrawals after some surge troops
have departed will play a big role in determining what (iates recom-
mends to the president. Pentagon officials said.

Monday marked the second day in a row of suicide attacks.
Blasts in Salah ad Din. Anbar and Ninevah provinces killed at least
30 people Sunday.

Monday. a suicide car bomber drove his car into the Baghdad
residence of a prominent leader of the Anbar Salvation Council. a
[LS-allied militia that‘s credited with helping to drive avaaida in
Iraq from that province. Five minutes later. another car bomb ex—
ploded at a busy intersection a short distance away.

The blasts killed at least 1] people and injured 30,

Later. Sheik Ali Hatheni al—Suleiriian al-Duleiiiiy. who was iri~
jured in the attack. went on Iraqi TV and declared war against his
enemies. He said that his militia. many of whose members are paid
by the United States. no longer would allow the US. or lraqi gov—
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Cars destroyed during a summit} bombing sit near the compound of Ali
Hatem al Suleiman al Duleirny on Monday in Baghdad, Iraq All Hatem al
Suleiman al Duleimy IS one oi the leaders of the powerful Anbar Awaken
mg Council

His comments came as similar i'Sxallied groups in nearby
Diyala province continued to refuse to work with American or lraqi
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