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Page 10 -The Michigan Daily - Monday, November 7, 1988

The University of Michigan Union ner to Novenber 13

BOWLS,
BOXES,
BOOKCASES,
BUREAUS,
AND OTHER
AUTIFUL
S
rn how to make 'em
u ent Woodshop! We
Ovi instruction, tools, work-
space, and pats on the back.
You provide wood, time, and a
small fee for shop use. Can't be
beat! Call 763-4025 for more
info.
The Student Woodshop is a little
oasis of peaceful handicraft-
making in the rear of the Student
Activities Building. It's a part of
Michigan Union Arts and
Programing. Turn off that TV
and come over today.

Extra Bucks and
a Real Cool Job
Now's your chance to
work in the University
Club, where all the cool
people work. We're now
hiring lunch service assis-
tants, weekend dishwash-
ers, and line cooks. For
info on these jobs, call
Barb after 2pm at 763-
5789.
Or have fun working in
the Michigan Union as
part of the Setup Crew-
get rooms ready for
banquets, parties, etc. To
learn about this job, call
763-5911.
Or another fast-paced,
exciting one-at any of the
six restaurants in the
MUG Eateries and Com-
nons! Flexible hours and
the best way around to
run into everyone on
campus in one day. 50%
off meals when you work.
Call 936-2702 to hear more
about this one.
Fun jobs, folks! Right
close to home, too. And
extra money just in time
for that holdiay crunch.
An equal opportunity,
affirmative action em-
p1loyer.

PRODUCER OF
"WHO KILL ED VINCENT CHIN?"
TO SPEAK

SPART ASIAN AMERICAN AWARENESS MONTH
FILM PRODUCER CHRISTINE CHOY WILL PRESENT AND DISCUSS HER FILM
"WHO KILLEDVINCENTCHIN?"AT THE RACKHAM AMPHITHEATER NOVEMBER11
AS PART OF THIS WEEK'S ASIAN AMERICAN AWARENESS MONTH ACTIVITIES.
ASIAN AMERICAN AWARENESS MONTH ACTIVITIES ARE PRESENTED BY THE
UNITEDASIAN ORGANIZATIONS (UAO), IN COOPERATION WITH MICHIGAN UNION
MINORITY STUDENT SERVICES. SEE SCHEDULE BELOW FOR MORE DETAILS.

THE ESSENCE OF THE SPIRIT: AN ASIAN AMERICAN ART EXHIBIT

MICHIGAN UNION ART LOUNGE. OPEN EVERY DAY.

"WOMEN'S ISSUES." PRESENTED BY THE ASIAN AMERICAN
ASSOCIATION. TROTTER HOUSE, 7PM.

FILMMAKER CHRISTINE CHOY, PRODUCER OF "WHO KILLED VINCENT
CHIN?" FILM' SHOWING AND DISCUSSION WITH THE PRODUCER
FOLLOWING. RACKHAM AMPHITHEATRE, 7PM. RECEPTION
FOLLOWINGAT9PM. SPONSORED BY UNITEDASIAN ORGANIZATIONS.

Michigan Union Project
This Week's Way To Get
Involved:
Alpha Phi Omega
You can get experience and
help people by planning and
executing community service
projects through Alpha Phi
Omega, the national coed
service fraternity. Over 60
years old, Alpha Phi Omega
is dedicated to promoting
leadership, friendship and
service. It's the nation's
largest service fraternity, and
consists of over 600 student-
run chapters and 200,000
members.
Not only can you help others
and garner valuable leader-
ship skills, you can make
friends with like-minded in-
dividuals. Alpha Phi Omega
folks attend state and na-
tional conferences on leader-
ship besides doing service
projects for the American
Red Cross, UNICEF, Easter
Seals, and the Boy Scouts of
America. The U-M chapter is
also famous for its annual U-
M vs. OSU Blood Battle.
This year's APO Projects
include:
-Cleanup Project, Recycle
Ann Arbor Center
- Spring Cleaning: Ronald
McDonald House
-Bike for Burns, National
Institute for Burn Medicine
Call Michigan Union Project
Community/Project SERVE
at 763-3548 or stop by 2205
Michigan Union if you're
interested in Alpha Phi
Omega's opportunities.
Project SERVE (Students in
Educationally Rewarding
Volunteer Experiences) is a
new service-learning project
of Michigan Union Project
Community which is set up
to encourage and enable
student participation in
public service.

CABARET VOLTAIRE
WHITNEY!
GUNS & ROSES
Plaster your pad with the latest
rock posters, oldies and new
ones, for sale in the Michigan
Union ground floor mall, tody
through Friday, November 7-11.
Brought to you rmusic lovers by
Michigan Union Arts and Pro-
gramming. (come see one o
their Thursday noon concerts
They're even better than the
Beatles!)

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Michigan Union
Project Community
applauds

CCRB ALL-NIGHTER/ASIAN OLYMPICS. 10:00 PM - 1:00AM. CCRB.

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The University Club presents
Monday - Friday,
Tuesday the 8th:
Wednesday the 9th:
Thursday the 10th:
Friday the 11th:
Saturday the 12th,
The University Club is a private
alumni and their invited guests.
may purchase alcohol.

4-8 pm, Happy Hour
Reggae Night
with DJ Tom Simonian
TBA
10pm. Soundstage:
Kenny Neal, sponsored by UAC
9:30 pm. New Talent Night.
Bands to be announced.
9:30 pm. New Music and House
with DJ the Pip
club for U-M students, faculty, staff,
Only members of legal drinking age

Richard Donelan
Marjory Gustke
Jeff Maple
Dave McGee
Utpala Patel
Barbara Wilson

for two or more terms of
Distinguished Service/Learning
as a Project Coordinator
"it is not only what we learn, but
how we learn
that influences how we live."

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BLAH.

Does your student group seer this way right now?

-Parker Palmer

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When corporations and other organizations need a shot of new
.life, they pay big bucks to bring in professional Organizational
Consultants. Your student organization has a staff of profes-
sionaf Organizational Consultants right here-for free.
The Student Organization Development Center (SODC), lo-
cated 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.
Stop in and pick up handouts on these valuable topics:

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Motivating Your Members
Delegating Responsibility
Recruiting New Members
Team Building
Organizational Goalsetting
Group Decision Making
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Dealing with Crises
Program Planning
Organizational Budgeting

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