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Page 20- The Michigan Daily - Monday, September 19, 1988

The University of Michigan Union September 19 to 25, 1988

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PART-TIME JOBS AVAILABLE NOW!
Why Work?
Sure, you're busy. You've got class, and a social life, and who
knows what else. But it's getting more and more expensive just
to live these days, and wouldn't a part-time job really help?
Then, too, no matter how unskilled you may think it is, no job
just nets you pocket money. A part-time job at the Union will
make you a more well-rounded person, providing you with the
opportunity to develop all kinds of skills to add to your resume.
You may also be able to earn class credit, depending on the job.
If you work during school at the Union,
-You'll learn the discipline and responsibility related to having
any job
-You'll develop a feeling of confidence in the marketplace
-You'll develop open-minded attitudes and appreciate the
importance of multiculturalism
-You'll learn what it's like to become an indispensable member of
an organization
-You'll discover new skills and hone old ones
-You'll learn techniques for supervising others
What's Available?
Jobs ranging from clerical to food service to semi-skilled jobs, such as
in elementary graphic design or computer programming. Jobs are
available in every department from the MUG Eateries and Commons
to the Scheduling Office to the Student Organization Development
Center to the North Campus Commons. The Union offers tremen-
dous opportunity for advancement to anyone who is interested and
demonstrates the necessary skills.
How Do I Apply?
Go to the ground floor of the Michigan Union and pick up an
application from the hiring display in the showcase right across
from the elevators. If there are no apps, just pick one up in
Room 1310, the Administrative Offices of the Union. Drop off
your completed application there, and we'll call you within the
week. There's a notebook full of job descriptions for the open
positions in Room 1310 you can look at, too.
Great benefits, great pay, and a great experience are yours-come
work with us at the Union!
We are an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.
THE
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Project Community's
Volunteer of the Week:
Maria Buffington
"Volunteer service gives you
a chance to learn in ways that
textbooks just can't," says
Maria Buffington, a fifth-
year senior majoring in
Communications, Film and
Video Studies, and English.,
While at U-M, Maria has
been a tutor and a Big Sister
through Project Community.
Now as a Resident Director
at Bursley Hall, she coordi-
nates a Big Brother/Big
Sister program between
Bursley residents and chil-
dren who live at HIKONE, a
low-income housing devel-
opment in Ann Arbor.
Every week, students spend
four or five hours at the
children's homes, or taking
them to social and cultural
events. They also provide
educational training on topics
such as substance abuse.

THE MICHIGAN UNION: NOT ANOTHER PRETTY FACADE
The venerable building up the street where you meet
your friends and play pool serves a much larger, more
comprehensive purpose than feeding you at the MUG.
The Michigan Union, officially the Michigan Union/Stu-
dent Programs and North Campus Commons, is an
organization dedicated to bettering your college life.
.Over eighty years old, the Union and North Campus
Commons, with whom it recently joined forces, exist to
provide programs, services, and facilities to the campus
community. An excerpt from the Union's official Mission
Statement outlines these goals:
The primary goals of the Michigan Union are to maintain
facilities, provide services, and promote programs that
are responsive to the student developmental needs and
to the physical, social, recreational, and continuing
education needs of the University of Michigan.
Through its staff and various committees the Michigan
Union is a "laboratory" where students can learn and
practice leadership, programming, management, social
responsibility, and interpersonal skills. As a center for
the academic community, the Union provides a place for
increased interaction and understanding among individu-
als from diverse backgrounds.
U U, K
The Snazziest Lunch in Town
Your beau, your folks, or anyone else in your life who deserves a fine meal should be taken to
the University Club, located on the first floor of the Michigan Union.
The Club has just come out with a brand-new menu of delightfully classic and up-to-date,
wonderful-tasting cuisine.
Some possiblities:
Start out with an appetizer of Cajun Crawfish, or Fied Zucchini.
-=<A bowl of Clam Chowder would be delicious, then
Perhaps a Louie Salad, or a Chicken Supreme Salad.
If you're really hungry, one of these entrees will certainly appeal:
Teriyaki Chicken
Pasta Primavera
Blackened Chicken Breast
Broiled Cod
Trout Almondine
Char-Broiled Swordfish
Then move on to
Raspberry Cheesecake, or Southern Pecan Pie with Chantilly Sauce.
Sound good? You really should come over forlunch I
The University Club is open for lunch from 11:30 until 1:30 weekdays. Call 763-4648 for
reservations. The Club is a private club for students, faculty, staff, alumni and their invited
guests. Only members of legal drinking age may purchase alcohol.
Pregame Football Buffet at the University Club
Take the folks-or your friends-to Michigan Union's Heritage
Buffet this Saturd~ay before the Wake Forest game!
Buffet menu includes:
Creole soup, cajun chicken, ham and pineapple, rice pilaf, au
gratin potatoes, fresh vegetables, broccoli quiche, assorted
desserts, and assorted salads.
Adults, $8.95. Children under 12, $3.95. Children under 5 free.
Call 763-4648 for reservations.

The Michigan Union
Board of Representatives
Sets Agenda for Coming
Year
In its meeting on Septem-
ber 14, the Michigan
Union Board of Represen-
tatives reviewed the past
spring and summer's
activities at the Michigan
Union/Student Programs
and North Campus Com-
mons. The also began an
agenda-setting process,
due to be completed
September 29, regarding
their plans for the coming
year.
The Michigan Union
Board of Representatives
is composed of 13 gradu-
ate and undergraduate
student members, and
faculty, staff, and alumni
representatives. The
Board is responsible'for
recommending policy and
serving as an advisory
panel to the Director of the
Michigan Union/Student
Programs and North
Campus Commons, Frank
Cianciola.
Members of the University
community interested in
communication with the
board about any issue
involving the Union may
reach the Board through
the Office of the Director,
763-5750.
The Michigan Union
Board of Representatives,
1988-1989
Student Members
Daniel Berke
Kermitt Brooks
Lowell Cantor
Charles Dudley
Rob LoPrete
Brian Newell
Erin O'Grady
Anne M. Pearson
Keith Wilkey
Peter Berman, UAC Rep-
resentative
Alumni Representatives
Matt Neumeier
George Cavender
SACUA Representatives
Mike Marich
Professor Pauline Steele
Vice President for Devel-
opment Representative
Julie Prohaska
Vice President and Chief

Financial Officer's Repre-
sentative
Bruce Pringle

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Monday - Friday, 4-8 pm
Friday, Sept, 23, 9:30 pm
Saturday, Sept. 24, 9:30 pm

Happy Hour
New Music Night
with D Thorn Simonian
Club Night with the Pip

Watch this space every week for the latest at the Club!
The University Club is a private club for U-M students, faculty,
staff, alumni and their invited guests. Only members of legal
drinking age may purchase alcohol.

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Qdent O ization Leaders:
iow This ula to
Make This Your Group's Best Year Yet!
1. When corporations and other organizations need a shot of
new life, they pay big bucks to bring in professional Organiza-
tional Consultants. Your student organization has a staff of
professional Organizational Consultants right here-for free.
If you need help gearing up for fall, reorganizing, setting
agendas and goals, or anything else to make your group a
success, visit the Student Organization Development
Center. SODC, located in room 2202 Michigan Union, is a
staff of professional Organizational Consultants whose mission
is to help you make your cocurricular experience at Michigan as
successful as possible. SODC has walk-in hours from 8-5
weekdays, or you can schedule an appointment. For a full list
of their services, or for more information, call 763-5900.
2. Remember to register or re-register your group through
MSA, the Michigan Student Assembly. All this takes is filling
out a form and getting five student signatures from people in
your group. Turn it in to room 3909 Michigan Union.

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ADDITION
TO THE MICHIGAN UNION CLASS
SCHEDULE IN THIS ISSUE OF THE DAILY
This class was inadvertently left out
of the class schedule inserted in this
issue of the Daily:
Speed Reading
Tues., 10/18 - 11/22, 6:30 - 8:30pm.
Designed for individuals interested
in improving their reading rate and
comprehension. This course will
teach vyou sucr~csful methods ot-f

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