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Page 14 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, November 14, 1988
The University of Michigan Union November 14 to November 20,1988

P R O J E C T

NATIONAL
STUDENT
HUNGER AND
HOMELESSNESS
WEEK

WANT TO BECOME A MORE
EFFECTIVE LEADER?
Here're Some Tips
1. Be buoyant. Keep your thinking flexible. Rules, ruts, routines have
ruined many leaders. High vision is essential, change is inevitable, and
true progress desirable.
2. Admit your own mistakes. A wise leader honestly admits his/her own
mistakes and corrects them in humility. He/she never gives alibis or
blames others for failure. Many great leaders have assumed responsi-
bility for the mistakes of subordinates.
3. Be active. The dynamic leaders is his/her- own self starter. He/she
is always open to inspiration and intuition, and he/she translates thought
into action. So be active without being aggressive.
More tips next week. Brought to you by the Michigan Union Student
Organization Development Center, whose mission is to help you make
the most of your student organization and leadership experiences. Call
763-5900 to find out about ourservices.

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FASHION MAVENS,

Warm, colorful, oh so
stylish Sweaters from
Ecuador are here!
The genuine article! No
trendy artificial props
from Raiders of the Lost
Ark here.
Elegant Passage will be
selling their wares in the
ground floor mall,
Michigan Union,
November 14-19.
Sale proceeds benefit
Michigan Union Arts and
Programming, the folks
who bring the light of art
into your life, and will tear
you away from the TV.
Forever. Just wait.

U-M
TAKES HOME HONORS A
BIG TEN
TOURNAMENT
/
The Big Ten G es
Tournament, held at rdue
University Octobef 29 and
30, netted U-A three
winners. Wei like to
congratulate these folks; you
did us proud! I
1st Place in Pool%
Tom Gu stfso n,
LSA senior %
3rd Place in Women' Pool:
Chris Ahn, LSA juni
2nd Place in Men's Bo ling:
Ed Rondot, LSA juni r
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ART EXHIBIT

Sorrow and Strength: Life in
A Salvadoran Refugee Camp
Residential College Senior
Robert Carris spent last summer
in the Colomoncagua refugee
camp in the Honduras. He will
show his photographs and also
drawings by the children in the
camp in Room 1209 Michigan
Union, November 14-18,
2pm-8pm.
This exhibit is sponosred by
WHE-AC, Oxfam, and Michigan
Union Arts and Programming.

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Arts in nionI
Improvisations on Guitar & Stick
by U-M's own Steve Osborne
Special contemporary selections
on the guitar, and some surprises
on the stick. Bet you don't even
know what a stick is. Come and
find out!
Music at Midday
Thursday, November 17, 1988
12:15-12:45, Pendleton Room
The free, informal, half-hour
Arts at Midday series and other
cultural programs are brought to
you by Michigan Union Arts
and Programming, whose mis-
sion is to enrich us through the
arts. You could use this.
Admit it.
For information on future
performances, watch this space.
For information on how you can
perform, call the Michigan
Union Arts & Programming
Office at 764-6498.

Make a Contribution in the
Community and
Earn Class Credit
Earn three credits outside the
classroom next term through
Project Community's service/
learning programs in criminal
justice, health care, consumer
advocacy, and organizational
development.
Come to the Information Fair to
hear the first public disclosure of
field placements offered. You
can also obtain an override at
this time.
Project Community Information
Fair, this Thursday, November
17, 6:30-7:30 pm in the Kuenzel
Room, Michigan Union.
Information about Project Com-
munity can be secured after the
Fair at 2205 Michigan Union,
Monday - Friday, 5-5, 763-3548.
Project Community-where
service and learning intersect.

Th'.is vweek a1 tniversity Chub
Mohr ay ftr_6ghtFrrday'. 4 $ p o,}{py ur
eiesdaythe 16th .~ AC' ILuht.ck,
atriaythe 1th New Music wit d'am
Iurtxni "?d xirxed uests tOt i eimbrs leg at dnnrttg'

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Haven't You Started
Holiday Shopping YET?

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Instead, make something!
You can do it!
Surprise your family and
friends this year by making
something that is truly ac-
ceptable, if not downright
awesome, at the Student
Woodshop. We have ideas.
for quick and easy gifts made
of wood, and we can show
you how.
The Student Woodshop is a
little oasis of peaceful handi-
craft-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.
Call us at 763-4025 for more
information.

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TICKET
Michigan Union Ticket Office
On Sale Now!
Jimmy Cliff and Arrow
Legendary Reggae artists
Thursday, November 17
7:30 pm at Hill Auditorium
Tom Rush
Outstanding folk musician from
Club 47
Cambridge music scene
Thursday, November 17
7:30 at Hill Auditorium
UAC/Soph Show presents
Grease
'50's Rock musical
Thursday-Saturday, November
17-19
8pm at Mendelssohn

OFFICE
Open every day.
Service charges where applicable.
Black Entertainment Series
presents
Rhapsody in Black
Contemporary Music and Dance
Friday, November 18
8pm in the Michigan Union
Ballroom
Jonathan Edwards
Singer/songwriter of "Sun-
shine" and others
Saturday, November 19
7:30 and 10 pm at the Ark
Ferron
Singer/songwriter of strong
personal statements
Sunday, November 20
7:30 and 10 pm at the Ark

This Week's,
Asian American Awareness
Month Activities
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All Month
November 1-22
The Essence of the Spirit:
An Asian American Art
Exhibit. Michigan Union Art
Lounge. Open every day.
November 21
Asian American Association.
Ski Trip Organizational
Meeting. 7pm,
Trotter House.
Asian Amerian Awareness
Month activities at The
University of Michigan are
produced by the United Asian
Organizations (UAO) with the
assistance of Michigan Union
Minority Student Services.

Racism & Ethnocentrism:
Quality of Life Issues for
Black, Asian, Hispanic,
Native American, and Anglo
American Students
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Part of the year-long lunch-
eon discussion/adventure
series entitled "Understand-
ing and Challenging Our
Isms," this week's discussion,
Racism & Ethnocentrism, will
be held in dining rooms 4 and
5 of the League. Free coffee,
tea and hot chocolate will be
provided; bring your lunch or
buy it there.
Join us in our quest to
increase our awareness and
understanding of our human
connectedness!
Monday, November 14 from
12-1:30.
This part of the series will be
facilitated by Counseling
Services, Michigan Union
Minority Student Services,
and the International Center.
The series is sponsored by
the Michigan Union Student
Organization Development
Center, Michigan Union Mi-
nority Student Services, and
several other University
Student Services offices.

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