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UConn students qualify for ballot
By Jay Polansky of the votes cast for people who But a write-in candidate’s name Haddad (D) and Mansfield town
Associate News Editor ran for the same seat in the last would not appear on the ballot council member Christopher
election, according to Av Harris, or anywhere at the polling place, Paulhus (R) are also listed as
Two UConn students running spokesperson for the secretary of according to Mary Stanton, non write-in candidates.
for the 54th District state repre- the state’s office. Mansfield town clerk. With the November election
sentative seat will appear on the Buckman said he thought he “The chances of you being around the corner, Ortiz and
ballot Nov. 2. would get the required signa- able to win as a write-in are very Buckman are taking their respec-
Jason Ortiz, an 8th-semes- tures, but was encouraged to small,” Ortiz said. Interested tive campaigns in stride.
ter public and community learn that he will now be on write-in candidates have until 4 “Things have gotten off to a
FILE PHOTOS/The Daily Campus
engagement major and Brien the ballot. p.m. on Oct. 19 to register with really good start,” Ortiz said.
Buckman, a 5th-semester polit- “I’m excited it’s official now,” Brien Buckman, above, and Jason Ortiz, the state, according to Harris. “I’m sort of cautiously optimis-
ical science major, garnered said Buckman. “And I’m excited below, will be on the ballot Nov. 2. The Mansfield Town Clerk’s tic. No matter what happens, it
the necessary support to run we can continue working with office, which is responsible for will probably end up positive
THE GOOD, THE as non-write-in candidates, the people in this district and talking verifying applications of peti- one way or another.”
BAD AND THE secretary of the state’s office about the solutions to the prob- tioning candidates, has not “It’s campaign season,”
EMMYS confirmed Tuesday. lems we all face.” seen any other applications for Buckman said. “It’s picking up
The number of required sig- Had Ortiz or Buckman not state representative for the 54th – not just for me but for all the
Award season kicks off natures to run as a non-write- acquired the necessary signa- District. The district includes the candidates.”
in candidate for a Connecticut tures, each could have chosen towns of Mansfield and Chaplin.
with 62nd annual Emmy district is equivalent to 1 percent to run as a write-in candidate. Mansfield Deputy Mayor Gregg


FOCUS/ page 7 New rules
for off-street
By Jay Polansky
Associate News Editor

This article appeared on www. on July 13,
For many UConn students
who rent small houses off-cam-
pus, the days of parking on the
front lawn are officially over.
UCONN’S TROJAN A citizen vote at a special
HORSE town meeting Monday night
confirmed an off-street parking
USC transfer D.J. ordinance originally passed by
the town council on May 10.
Shoemate looks to make The law, “An Ordinance
an impact for Huskies. Regarding Off Street Parking
on Residential Rental Property,”
SPORTS/ page 14 requires landlords in a zone that
includes the residential area
around UConn to submit a plan
EDITORIAL: detailing the number of surfaced
ACCOUNTABILITY parking spaces available to rent-
ers. Depending on the property,
IMPORTANT FOR one unit could have as few as
RESPONSIBLE two parking spaces but no more
JOURNALISM than six spaces.
While many students rent
Media should be held to houses in Mansfield, Mayor
Elizabeth Paterson said they are
higher standard. not the target of the ordinance.
“It’s aimed at landlords to
COMMENTARY/page 4 make them responsible,” she
said. “These folks are in busi-
ness. They need to respect ...
INSIDE NEWS: other home owners in the area.
OBITUARIES We’ve had issues in neighbor-
hoods with [people] parking all
over front lawns.”
UConn students who Implementation of the law
passed away this will take two years according
summer remembered. to Gregory Padick, Director
of Planning for Mansfield.
NEWS/ page 2,3 Landlords will be required to
submit the plan when they reap-
ply for their certificate of com-
» weather pliance which is issued every
two years. The law subjects a
$90 fine to landlords who fail to
DANA LOVALLO/The Daily Campus
Wednesday file and follow through with a
Lilian Durey, a sports management graduate student, washes his laundry Tuesday at Whitney Residence Hall. parking plan. Renters and guests
who do not park in approved

ResLife: Laundry costs now included in existing student fees

Sunny spaces are also subject to the
fine. Town officials in the plan-
ning office; housing and build-
ResLife purchased 240 new energy efficient, using less a fortune last year,” said Colleen ing department; and police will
High 93/ Low 63 By Victoria Smey be authorized to issue the infrac-
washers and 300 new dryers and power and water than the old Phelan, a 3rd-semester econom-
Staff Writer tions, according to Padick.
placed them in various dormitory machines, Kremer said. ics and Spanish double major. “I
Thursday/Friday complexes around campus. Some students are con- went to another school over the But Padick said the town
ResLife made on-campus won’t be quick to issue tickets.
laundry facilities, now known The university previously cerned that not having to pay summer and had to pay there. It
outsourced its machines from for laundry by the load will was expensive, but not as bad as “The goal is not to issue $90
as “Husky Hampers,” an ame- fines to someone who is not
nity included in the room and another company which was be an incentive for students it used to be here.”
also responsible for repair- to wash smaller loads more The only problem with the aware [of the ordinance] or park-
board expenses for the 2010- ing in a place that hasn’t caused
11 school year at no addi- ing them when the broke. frequently, wasting water in new washers is that they no
Under the new system, stu- the process. longer have timers to inform a major safety problem or neigh-
tional cost to students – a borhood disturbance,” he said.
High 90 High 81 shift from charging students dents experiencing a problem “If I see people washing just students of how much time
with a machine can call the a pair of pants and a T-shirt, the remains on their cycle. The Mansfield has reached out to
Low 65 Low 63 $2.50 a load to wash and dry UConn students by door-to door
laundry. front desk for assistance said EcoHusky within me is going to burden is on the student to
Logan Trimble, a ResLife cry,” said Nellie Stagg, a 3rd- time their loads. campaigns and printed orien-
“We were able to cover the tation materials to make them
costs of this through existing spokesman. semester sociology major and To get a complete list of
“If we can’t fix it on the RA at Northwest. on-campus laundry facil- aware of the new ordinance,
student room fees, so there will according to Padick.
» index be no additional charge else-
where for students to do their
spot, we’ll swap the malfunc-
tioning machine for a new one
Regardless of what they
wash and how often they wash
ity locations and to watch a
video on how to use the new When asked why the spe-
cial meeting was held during
laundry,” said Steve Kremer, and fix it later in the shop. it, most students are thrilled machines visit http://reslife.
This will be faster, cheaper about the change. the summer when many UConn
Classified 3 the assistant vice president for
ResLife, in a statement to the and more efficient.” “I’m super excited because I
Comics 5 university. The machines will be more do so much laundry and I spent »PARKING, page 3
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» NATIONAL Crystal Marie Molina, 22

Earl could force Labor Day By Jay Polansky some of her fellow tutors present- Jones, who knew Molina since great things in life, but for us,

evacuations Associate News Editor ing papers.”

Shannon M. Bacchi, AHEC
freshman year band class, cher-
ished her time with Molina.
it was Crystal who inspired us
to fight for the environment, for
This article appeared on www. Program Coordinator, said the “It was always so much fun social justice and to love the land
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — A powerful Hurricane Earl threat- on July 7, 2010. Honors Program and the Center being around her,” she said by tele- and animals (especially goats).
ened to sideswipe much of the East Coast just ahead of Labor
Crystal Marie Molina, a UConn for Latin American and Caribbean phone. “I was always happy being The famous and often overused
Day, worrying countless vacationers who planned to spend the
senior from Ledyard, passed away Studies awarded her a fellowship around her and she was always quote “Life is not measured by the
traditional last week of summer at the beach.
Aug. 16. Molina was an individu- to oversee health education out- finding interesting things to do.” number of breaths we take, but by
The Federal Emergency Management Agency warned people
alized major who took courses in reach at the UConn Migrant Farm The professor who selected her the moments that take our breath
along the Eastern Seaboard to prepare for possible evacuations
anthropology, economics, geogra- Clinic this summer. for her fellowship described her as away” could have been written for
and islanders in the Turks and Caicos hunkered down in their
phy and history. “In the brief time the other stu- a dedicated student and academic. Crystal. Nothing in her life was
homes Tuesday as the Category 4 hurricane steamed across the
Molina was heavily involved dents and I had spent with Crystal, “Crystal was the kind of stu- nuanced nor did she care what
Caribbean with winds of 135 mph late Tuesday.
with writing, and agriculture and we knew her to be enthusiastic dent that professors cherish; she other people were thinking. She
North Carolina officials announced the first evacuation
public health advocacy both on and passionate about our program, was always a top, ‘A’, student stood up for what she believed in
would be Ocracoke Island beginning at 5 a.m. Wednesday.
and off-campus. Molina worked immigration issues and agricul- in my classes,” Professor Mark with a passion and courage that
Tourists would be ordered to leave the barrier island accessible
with the United Farm Workers ture,” Bacchi wrote. “On her first Overmyer-Velázquez, Director of would have some day changed
only by ferries, but those who live there year-round have the
of America, the UConn Migrant day of training with us, Crystal the Center for Latin American and the world for the better. She was
option to stay.
Farm Workers Health Clinic had come directly from her work Caribbean Studies and Associate a great activist. Though her life
and the UConn Writing Center, milking goats on a goat farm; a Professor of History wrote. “She was cut short, we firmly believe
according to an e-mail sent to the job she would exclaim her love for never simply ‘came to class’, that she inspired and impacted the
» NATIONAL university community.
“Crystal was a wonderful,
many times.”
Molina had bumper sticker
she entered it with an elegance
and radiance. Her singular style
lives of many people, who will
never forget what is important in
thoughtful, generous person,” Tom on her Volkswagen Bug that – I loved her flamboyant hats – life. The world just lost a great
NYPD officer suspended after Deans, director of the writing cen- read, “Got Food? Thank a helped to make her already strong daughter, friend and a wonderful
ter said in an e-mail to The Daily Farmworker,” according to her voice soar.” humanitarian. She will always be
not aiding dying girl Campus. “She was a respected mother, Naomi Rodriguez.
Erin Jones, a high school
Molina had a strong interest in
said with us.”
Contributions in Crystal’s honor
tutor at the Writing Center, as well
NEW YORK (AP) — A police officer accused of not helping as someone ever willing to step up classmate, recalled her friend’s social and political justice includ- may be made to United Farm
an 11-year-old girl dying of an asthma attack has been suspended to help out in any way she could. love of goats. ing migrant farm experiences. Worker’s of America. The family
without pay. This summer she volunteered to “She would take pictures of Rodriguez, and Dr. Maik asks to be
Brooklyn mother Carmen Ojeda was driving her daughter, be on our small summer tutoring them, talk to them, and even Schuler, Crystal’s Father, released listed on donations.
Briana, to a hospital on Friday when she turned the wrong way staff, and back in April she opted name them,” Jones wrote. the following statement:
down a one-way street and crashed her car. She claims the officer to attend a regional writing center “Sometimes she wouldn’t stop “It is supposed to be the parents
at the scene said he didn’t know CPR and couldn’t help the girl, conference in Boston to support talking about them.” who inspire their children to do
who died soon after.

Obama: End of Iraq combat

“I asked him to help me,” Ojeda said. “’My daughter is dying.
My daughter can’t breath. She needs mouth to mouth.’ And he
said, ‘I don’t know CPR.’”
The police department said Tuesday it located the officer,

effort, ‘no victory lap’

Alfonso Mendez, by showing photographs of staff to witnesses.
Mendez, 30, was suspended pending further investigation. He
could face departmental charges of failing to act.


Closing a divisive chapter of
sions. And Obama is sending
more troops to Afghanistan,
American history, President the home base of the Sept.
Mass. virtual school to open Barack Obama marked the 11, 2001, al-Qaida terrorists,
end of the nation’s combat where Americans have been
Thursday mission in Iraq on Tuesday fighting for nearly nine years.
without declaring victory, “It is going to be a tough
BOSTON (AP) — On the first day of the school year, some winding down the U.S. role slog,” Obama said of
Massachusetts students will be staying home. in a war he considered a ter- Afghanistan in remarks ear-
As students in the state’s first online-only public school, they will rible mistake. lier Tuesday to soldiers at
log onto a computer and find out what books they need to read and Obama’s defiant pledge to Fort Bliss, Texas. “But what
what new skills they should master. end the war helped catapult I know is that after 9/11, this
The Massachusetts Virtual Academy opens in Greenfield on him into office. Now as com- country was unified in say-
Thursday, not only as the first in the state, but also as the first virtual mander in chief, he is intent ing we are not going to let
school in New England to serve students from kindergarten through on assuring the nation and the something like that happen
high school. stretched military that all the again.” Defense Secretary
At virtual school, the students will take all of their classes online work and bloodshed in Iraq Robert Gates said success in
and have a learning coach make sure they complete their assignments. was not in vain, declaring Afghanistan was possible but
A parent could be certified, for instance, to be the learning coach. that because of it “America is “is not inevitable.”
The student can work anytime of day and some may never see more secure.” Tuesday night, the presi-
their teachers in person. Though the U.S. com- dent was to deliver a 15-20
Greenfield Superintendent Susan Hollins said a small fraction mitment in Iraq is winding minute speech in prime time
of students find the size and fixed structure of traditional schools down, as many up to 50,000 from the Oval Office. His
unworkable for them, adding “I’m delighted to spearhead some- troops will stay as long as point was to mark Aug. 31,
the end of next year to help 2010, as the final day the AP
thing that opens doors and provides another opportunity for
children and parents.” train the country’s forces and U.S. led the war in Iraq after President Barack Obama greets members of the military at Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas,
operate counterterrorism mis- more than seven years. Tuesday, Aug. 31, 2010.

Bear attack highlights lax Ohio
Parking: Students angered by ordinance
plained about inadequate park- reaching impact, as renters – said. “It’s not like it’s a new con-
exotic pet law from PARKING, page 1
ing at their off-campus rentals. many of them students – can be cept – just a new concept in hav-
students are away from campus, Some have gotten stuck in the issued tickets. ing small, single-family homes
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The bear that recently killed a several sources said the town mud while others have com- Nina Hunter, a 6th-semester turned over to rentals.”
caretaker in a Cleveland suburb was the latest example of animal charter required the council to plained about landlords who political science major, presi- But UConn students say
violence in a state that has some of the nation’s weakest restrictions have the meeting within a certain have not removed snow. dent of Idealists United and the ordinance targets them
on exotic pets and among the highest number of injuries and deaths time of receiving the petition. However, some students have a Mansfield native said she because it applies to only
caused by them. “Our hands are tied in regards challenged the ordinance. hasn’t seen a major issue with rentals.
After a standoff between the Humane Society and agriculture to what the charter said,” council “It may very well be uncon- cars parked on lawns. “If the council is not trying to
interests, state officials are crafting restrictions on the ownership of member and 54th district candi- stitutional and we might see “I can’t say it fazed me or target students, I think it would
dangerous wild pets. But the killer beast and others owned by former date Christopher Paulhus said. a challenge of this law,” 8th- changed the way I’ve lived in have appropriate to pass the ordi-
bear-wrestling entrepreneur Sam Mazzola, who had lost his federal “I don’t think there’s malicious semester public and commu- Mansfield or drove around,” she nance on not just rental proper-
license to exhibit exotic animals, would have been grandfathered out intent in targeting students,” Jim nity engagement major Jason said, but added that she does not ties but owned properties,” 6th-
of them. Hintz, Director of Off-campus Ortiz, who is the president of live in the vicinity of Hunting semester political science major
“It’s just a free-for-all in Ohio, and Sam Mazzola is just an example Student Services said. “We’ll the UConn ACLU and candidate Lodge Road, where many and 54th district candidate Brien
of that,” said Wayne Pacelle, president of the Humane Society of the certainly keep an eye out and for the 54th district, said. “It’s a UConn rentals are concentrated. Buckman said.
United States. “Tigers, wolves, bears in a suburban Lorain County hear how students are impacted legal gray area that I think needs Mayor Paterson said the con- That fact may not sit well with
community: It is a disaster waiting to happen.” by it.” to be challenged.” cept of regulating parking on many students.
Hintz cited many potential Ortiz said the ordinance may single, double or triple dwell- “I don’t think its going to
present a challenge because it ing units is bringing them up go over well when every-
Visit us online at: pros and cons to the ordinance.
While landlords may pass on the affects what people do on their to par with other rental units in body comes back to campus,” cost of the permit and construc- own property. He also said that the area. Hunter said.
tion needed to make the space, while the ordinance targets land- “Celeron has parking spots
he said many students have com- lords, it might have a further- regulated through zoning,” she

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Migrants say border worth crossing


Bleszinski, 20
By Jay Polansky in the program. He also brought
his friends to the group’s fundrais-
Associate News Editor ers, according to Charanian.
This article appeared on www. “Not only did he have a sig- on July 7, 2010. nificant impact on his own lit-
A 20-year-old UConn junior tle brother he made an impact
died in a single car accident in on countless other children,”
Salem on June 28, according to Charanian said. “This is truly a
the Hartford Courant. devastating loss to the world. His
Benjamin Bleszinski, a 2008 potential was limitless.”
graduate of Glastonbury High Ben was planning on becoming
School, studied secondary history a high school social studies teach-
and social studies in the Neag er and was thinking about coach-
School of Education. ing hockey someday, according to
An e-mail sent by Dr. John R. his mother Marianne.
Saddlemire to the university com-
munity said, “Benjamin loved life
and was a family-oriented individ-
ual. He also enjoyed music, sports
“UConn is a
and was an avid hockey player very special part
who also played intramural sports
here at UConn. Benjamin was a in our heart.
kind-hearted person which was
reflected through his volunteer Ben loved it so
In this Thursday, July 29, 2010 file photo, 32-year-old deportee Jorando Gonzalez, left, lies in bed at the San Juan Bosco migrant shelter in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico. At 59 deaths, July
AP work with the Big Brothers-Big
Sisters program in Willimantic.”
2010 was the second-deadliest month for border-crossers in Arizona - second only to July 2005, when 68 bodies were found. Lorin Charanian, the Northeast
region school-based supervisor
NOGALES, Mexico (AP) — bush and cactus. In July, 59 people died – 40 in immigrants, including Ortega, for the program, described Ben
– Marianne
Hector Ortega stumbled across “What can you do about it in the first two weeks when night- say the state’s vast, sparsely as an independent and depend- Bleszinski
the body of a fellow migrant the desert?” he asked. time temperatures were the hot- populated terrain is still the best able volunteer.
as he walked across Arizona’s Deaths of illegal immigrants test in recorded history, hovering place for border jumpers. “He was somebody who showed
harsh desert in the searing sum- in Arizona have soared this around the low 90s (32 Celsius). “In Tijuana, you have two up every week with a smile on his
mer heat. He tried not to look summer toward their highest The single-month death count is walls that you have to get over,” face,” Charanian said. On calls home, he would often
too closely. levels since 2005 – a fact that second only to July 2005, when said Ortega, who first came Ben joined the program as a share comments from The Daily
With nothing to be done for has surprised many who thought 68 bodies were found. across in 1976 to work in West freshman and was paired with Campus’s InstantDaily with his
the deceased, Ortega and the that the furor over the state’s Of this July’s deaths, 44 Coast agricultural fields. “This a student who had issues with mom and dad.
others trudged on, guided by a new immigration law and the were on the Tohono O’Odham is much easier here. You just poor grades, attendance and “It became a family thing,” she
smuggler across the U.S. bor- 100-plus degree (38-Celsius) Nation, a reservation the size of have to watch out for the snakes. behavior. After spending time said. “We laughed so hard at the
der, determined to complete heat would draw them else- Connecticut that shares 75 miles That’s why I prefer to walk in with Ben, the child underwent InstantDailies.”
their illegal odyssey even as where along the 2,000-mile (120 kilometers) of Arizona’s the daytime and not at night.” significant improvement. Aside from his volunteer work,
they endured record-high tem- U.S.-Mexico border. border with Mexico. The tribe He admits he’s afraid when “He was a different child. He Ben was heavily involved with
peratures and fever-pitch resent- But at the Pima County is opposed to humanitarian aid he crosses, but states flatly, “It’s was so excited to have Ben in the SUBOG Concert Committee.
ment. morgue in Tucson, Arizona, the on its lands, believing it invites worth the risk.” his life,” said Charanian. On days He set up for the Third Eye Blind
At 64, the farm laborer with body bags are stacked on stain- violence. Even though – after two days when the tutors were not at the and Kid Cudi concerts, accord-
a weathered face, strong hands less-steel shelves from floor to Eighteen more people died in of traversing the desert – he and school, she recalled his student ing to Marianne.
and silver hair protruding from ceiling. A refrigerated truck has the first 23 days of August. his group were caught by U.S. would ask “’Is Ben coming is he “UConn is a very special part in
his baseball cap was stoic about been brought in to handle the Even with the prospect of Border Patrol agents when they coming today?’” our heart,” she said. “Ben loved it
the body – someone’s journey overflow at the multimillion a torturous death, and the bit- reached a freeway and their ride Ben recruited many of his so much.”
cut short near a stand of scrub dollar facility. ter wrath they face in Arizona, wasn’t there. UConn friends to become mentors

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nice 2 Bedroom & 1 Bath
Call Mike @ 860-604- home, use of kitchen, Lifeguards $8.67/hr, Hills Village, So. Eagleville
Condo (Sherwood Arms classes
6155 dining, and living rooms. Swim Instructors $9.45/ Rd. $30/month. Call 860-
Condominiums) in Vernon,
Easy access, off Rt 32 hr. Fitness Attendants: 874-5574 PUBLIC HEALTH courses
CT and I am looking to
2 BDRM CONDOS Quiet in Willimantic. $600. a Seeking Fitness come to UConn. Register
rent out my place (995
park like setting. Lovely month, call Noel at 860- Attendants to maintain a TENNIS INSTRUCTORS NOW (seats are limited):
sq. ft.) I am relocating to
2 story condo Living RM/ 576-0077. safe, clean, and enjoy- Looking for instructors Introduction to Public
Baltimore, MD and the
Dining RM, eat-in kitchen, able environment for to teach youth and adult Health, INTD 3995-003
place will be vacant and
Walk-in closet, laundry, APARTMENT IN HOUSE / members and guests of classes on Sat. morn- (37570), Introduction to
easy to move in the mid-
NEW appliances, NEW QUIET Colchester- thirty the Mansfield Community ings beginning mid-Sept. Epidemiology, INTD 3995-
dle/late of August 2010.
carpeting. Plenty of park- minutes from campus. Center fitness center. SternBD@MansfieldCT. 006 (37713)
The rent is $1400 month-
ing & storage, private A lower level of raised Handling and lifting org for more info.
ly and it includes heat
patio, 5 1/2 miles to ranch with two large various weight and fitness Applications are available BARTENDING! Make up
& hot water, AC, snow
UConn. $875.00-$900.00 rooms, private entrance, equipment is required. at the community center, to $300 a day. No expe-
removal and outside
/ Mo. 9 or 12 month bathroom, kitchen sink, Must obtain and main- 10 S. Eagleville Road. rience necessary. Training
property maintenance.
lease. 860-933-1142 cabinets, garage, shower tain a current CPR & First 860-429-3015 provided. (800) 965-6520
Features: Air conditioning,
is shared. $475.00 utili- Aid certification. Flexible ext. 163
Balcony/patio, Cable/
STORRS- 3&4 BEDROOM ties included scheduling including early TOWN OF MANSFIELD
satellite, Dishwasher, High
APARTMENTS. Available call Bob 860-537-4657 morning, evening and Town of Mansfield activities
speed Internet, Washer/
immediately Flexible lease 860-537-4657 weekend hours. Part-time Public Works Department
dryer in the unit, Parking, SHOTOKAN KARATE
terms. Minutes from cam- positions, $8.25 - 10.00/ Engineering Student
Pool, Storage, Tennis Take Traditional Shotokan
pus. Spacious. Off street ROOMS FOR RENT in hr. Receptionists: Intern. We are seeking an
courts. $1000 security Karate with the UCONN
parking. 860.429.8455 private home, Stafford Seeking receptionists engineering student intern
deposit. Great location KARATE CLUB. Mon, Wed,
properties@mindspring. Springs. Use of all com- to perform various cus- for the Department of
with being 10 minutes Fri 7:00pm at Hawley
com mon areas. H/HW includ- tomer service and clerical Public Works. The selected
from Downtown Hartford Armory. Beginners wel-
ed. $550.00 month. A duties at the Mansfield candidate will be expect-
and 15 minutes from the come. Credit option avail-
ROOM FOR RENT: A minute from I-84, country Community Center and ed to work 10-15 hours
UCONN Storrs campus. able (AH 1200-001).
gentleman’s residence. setting. Must love dogs. Parks & Recreation per week during semes-
If interested, please email
Ideal for Graduate, post 860-372-5641 Department. Must possess ters and full-time during
doc. and international excellent knowledge, skill the summer months. The
to schedule a appoint- karate.htm

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