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I Page 12- The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 31, 1988

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The University of Michigan Union

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October 31 to November 6,1988

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MICHIGAN UNION ART LOUNGE
INVITES YOU TO CELEBRATE THE OPENING OF
THE ESSENCE OF THE SPIRIT:y
AN ASIAN AMERICAN ART SHOW

Project SERVE's
Volunteers of the Week

Cold, Hard Cash &
a Warm, Fun Job

FINE ART
POSTER
SALE

FRIDAY, 4 NOVEMBER , 4-6 PM

The £23CIiC~ of ~ ~ir~ I: ~ p ~.K cx.i
AmerLaos, w~o d ~m ro PP <K lo; ~r.
theirs, TheArt~ wcvina<hoAK fire
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openings on its set-up crew. Pre-
pare rooms for meetings, banquets,
and other fun stuff. Flexible hours,
competitive wages. Call 763-5911
or come to the Scheduling Office,
1400 Michigan Union for an
application.

Need a Quiet Place
to Study?
i.-. ,i-dOi Study
Lounge, open every day from 9am
to midnight, is an oasis of historic,
peaceful silence staffed by volun-
teer monitors to keep it that way.
When you really want to get some
work done, come to the Study
Lounge. First floor, Michigan
Union.

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The Fosence of 1W 2phit fxh Vi, v~Ul

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A RTS AT MIDDAY
SONGSBYYC

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Celebrate fall with this uplifting
half-hour of vocal music.
Thursday, November 3, 12:15-12:45
in the Union's Pendleton Room.
The informal, half-hour Arts at
Midday series and other enriching
cultural programs are brought to
you by Michigan Union Arts and
Programming, whose mission is to
enrich you through the arts. All you
have to do is show up!
THI
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Jethro Woodson, bassoon, and Steve
Gathman, piano. Both are U-M
School of Music Doctoral (DMA)
students.
Tuesday, November 1 at 8pm in the
Pendleton Room, Michigan Union.
Brought to you by Michigan Union
Arts and Programming.

Mfndy Fidiy . -..
Tusdyahe1s-
Wednsda tK2r
Thursday the 3ad. ..r
Ir th~h

Th e Bursley
'Comirnit Volunteer
Program
Bursley i a big residlene.
hall, but we bet you
never realized exactly
how: far-reaching t is,
Through the Bursley
Community Vluniteer
Program, Bursley staff
and .residents reach into
the Ijikone Big rthwr
Big Sster P'rgramn,,the.:>
lBursleycare child Care
Program, and Molt Chl-
dren's1-ospifaL4They
visit AIDS patients, tutor
young mnen at theMax'
Boy's Training Schoo1f
and work with the.
H-um'ane Soc ity. An
Amnesty International
group works for the
release of prisoners of
conscience, and the
Traveling Theater Troupe
brings entertainent to
hospitals in the area.
Throufgh its volunteer
prograixm Burley resi
dents lsp stretch their
arms around the Vt
eran's Administration
lHlspital, the Cunty aii>L
Northwalk (orth Cim-
pi'~s SaEewalk branch) ,.
the Elderly Cmpanion
ship Proram, and
Bursley ~A1'R (ight'
Against IStittion++al!
Inditvidulal acsm.
By helping people i
need Bttrsley Commu-
nity ounte er Irgram
members get ~ wonderful
educati on, feel great
ab~ut themselves, Piave '
fun and learn valuable
l l iiTh B 4 6s e y C n a n i n t y r
Volunteer Program i
open to you--ven if y u
don't hive in urse.
Call Michigan nion
P'rolet Comm ruity!
Project SERVE at 7(3
3548cr sto pby20
iterested izn ursleys
opportunities.
'roetSRVE {C # din~i
Comcmun titywhich i st up toQ
rr age anenae stuet pr-

tiiio v n i d& erce.

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CONGRATULATIONS
Thirty-two U-M students just
spent an incredibly enriching 7
weeks. Through the Michigan
Union Student Organization De-
velopment Center's Emerging
Leader Program, they learned
about getting involved on campus
and enhancing their leadership
skills.
W'e like to commend these stu-
dents for their perseverance
throughout this program:
Karen !Bergbower
Kofi Boone
Anne Marie Bork
Chris Bower
Nick DeBiaso
Nikko Dounchis
Kevin Fencil
Brian Gambs
Shira Goodman
Laura Grove
Valerie Guenther
Kim Guo
Andrew Humphrey
Juli Kennedy
David Keyser
Elizabeth Kotick
Marcus Lien
John Line
Chris Maeso
Melissa Mercer
Mary O'Keefe
San geeta Patel
Laura Porterfield
Debbie Rech
Kim Ross
Adhir Shroi
Rich Swak la
Gabrielle Swenson
Lisa Truax
Jane Vitkuske
Jay Wallace
Debra Waxman
We'd also like to thank these
campus leaders for their help in
this program:

HAT WOLLE F~BE LIKEIF WE LIVED
IN A TRULY A VONJMNT?
Emnbracing(Diferenes: The Minority Studn t Ledrsi
Intitute. Tuesday, N<ovm1, 7 -'t 7 p: in' the
Kuenzel Room, Michigan Ur3oI. Fre.QOpn nA all' "ts
dens.Refreshments will'be &eerved.~
What ma~kes strong Ilees in diferen cltees? hat
malkes an effective leader fri~n mutc#ra t viren#?
Wliatdo we ndto do ~to rmake ourstdet rg izati
refect this strength? How do we cary thseh~inso
this institue and we ncugeyouto1atend
Th~e Minoity StudenttLeadership institte tsfa rogr'am"f
110enter, which supports anid enhan cs your yperance 4t:<
student organizations at U-M,.
Fo mreinformation bout the.lnsttte an err$QDc
servi4ces, call us at -7635,00,Monda '-Frday~

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Beth Bray
Samara Heyward
Julie Keller
Bill McArtor
Chris McRae
Rona Sherarny
Dave Shevock
Allison Zonsmer

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Come to the
Heritage Buffet
at the University Club!
You can't watch the Wolverines
trounce the Gophers on an empty
stomach, you know.
The Menu Before the Fall of the Go-
phers:
Cajun chicken, quiche, glazed ham;
assorted salads and vegetables, mari-
nated mushrooms, and these desserts:
chocolate mousse, cheesecake, and
pecan pie. Mmmm, Go Blue!
Adults, $8.95, Children under 12,
$3.95, and Children under 5, free.
Call 763-4648 for reservations.

Reggae at its finest
Thursday, November 3
8pm at Hill Auditorium
Jazz Pianist
Friday, November 4
8 and 10pm at the Ark
Journey of Dreams Tour '88
from Graceland to the Heartland
"World Beat"
A'capella music of South Africa
Wednesday, November 9
8pm at Hill Auditorium

.The Michigan Union Student
Organization Development Cen-
Iter (SODC) exists to help students
excel in cocurricular activities. For
more information about what they
can do for you, call 763-5900.

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Indian Film, "Nishant" (vio-
lence in the landlord system).
Enslish subtitles.
MLB Video Viewing Room,
2nd floor, 7pm.

Reception, Asian American
American Art Show, Michigan
Union Art Lounge. See
related story, this page.

;.".~ the
United Asian Organizations,
and sponsored by
Michigan Union Minority
Student Services.

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