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Page 12 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, November 21, 1988


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This Week's
Asian American Aware-
ness Month Activities


Learni How the selWr
Those compue lee a
look great on your resurne, but
so does a part-time job at the
Michigan Union. Th is is what
employers see, when they see
that job on your renurne:
You~r a ehonJn~
You can jugemlii
prnorntes and rep~sLi~t
You have discipline nd 0
responsibility related to having
a job
Youhav conf Id ncein the
business world
You have open ine
importance omuiutraie
You know whti' iet ea
an organizto
and are usetolrngnw
job-related techniques

A Different Approach to Winter Term 1989

As the drudgery of choosing classes approaches again, take a second
to reevaluate what you are learning and what you want to learn.
Then look at this mini-time schedule at some alternative learning expe-
riences that may influence your whole future!
These classes offer practical, real-life experience in helping others,
community involvement, leadership development, communication, and
other skills you'll use almost every day throughout the rest of your life.

You know what it means
gQOd supervisor


You may be al oer lu
credit by workn atte in
Check withyu uprio
about gettIng aro.tspnr
What's Avadlable?
Jobs ranging from clerical to
food service to sumi-skilled
jobs, such as in elementary
graphic design or cernpuar pr>
gramming. The Union sffers
tremendous opportunity for
advancement to anyone who is
interested and demonstrates
the necessary skills.
How Do App y?
Go to the ground floor at the
Michigan Union and pick up a:
application from the hiring
display in the showcase right
across from the elevatsrs.
there are no apps, just pick sne
up in Room 131 0, the Adi nms~
trative Offices of the Ur Jnn
Drop off your completed
application there, and weT II o
you within the week. There a
notebook flofokIcrpca
for the ope postir nU
1310 you can look at, Lo.
Thin beor yuGIPti
term. Wraoino yt
schedule, and o'lhv
valuabl exeineta'lhl
you plan yufur.
We a an eqa ootuty
aff irimaiv e atnepoyr

If you were an older
person in a nursing
home, you'd probably
get lonely sometimes,
especially around the
holidays. It would be
tough, missing young
voices and not being
able to hear the sounds
of a family celebration.
Your loss of independ-
ence and your sur-
roundings would make
you feel isolated, alone.
Give a few hours to an
elderly person.
Brighten someone's
day, just by being
There are eleven nurs-
ing homes right in
Washtenaw County full
of people who would
just love to visit with
you for a while. As a
nursing home volun-
teer, you can help with
activities put on by the
staff, such as holiday
par ties, games, movies,
music or ar t classes, and
more. You can visit in-
dividual residents, you
can help write letters,
you can bring someone
a bouque t of fall leaves.
Share your ideas, your
enthusiasm, your youth
with an older person
this holiday season.
You'll be thrilled at
how much you can
learn from an older
person, and how good
it'll make you feel!
Call Michigan Union
Project Community/!
Project SERVE at 763-
3548 or stop by 2205
Michigan Union if you
or your student organi-
zation is interested in
brightening an older
person's day.
Project SERVE (Stu-
dents in Educationally
Rewarding Volunteer
E xperiences) is a serv-

ice-learning project of
Michigan Union Project
Community which is
set up to encourage and
enable student partici-
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All Month
November 1-22 The Essence
of the Spirit:. An Asian Ameri-
can Art Exhibit. Michigan
Union Art Lounge. Open every
Today Asian American Assoi-
cation. Ski Trip November 21
Organizational Meeting. 7pm,
Trotter House
Asian Amerian Awareness
Month activities at U-M are pro-
duced by the United Asian Or-
ganizations (UAO) with the as-
sistance of Michigan Union
Minority Student Services.

Michigan Union
November 23: 7am-7pm
November 24-26: Closed
November 27: 9am-1 am
November 28: regular hours
North Campus Commons
November 23: 7:30am-5pm
November 24 - 27: Closed
November 28: regular hours
Happy Thanksgiving from all of
us at Michigan Union/Student
Programs and North Campus



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You'll Think You're at
Grandma's House
Celebrate a little early this year.
Take your favorite person to this
fabulous Thanksgiving Buffet at
the University Club. Just like
Grandma used to make, only
more so!
The Buffet:
Turkey, Halibut, Roast Beef
Honey-glazed baby carrots
Brussels sprouts, cauliflower
Julienned vegetables
Cornbread stuffing
Rice Pilaf
Sweet potatoes
Homemade dinner rolls
Fresh blueberry muffins
Assorted salads
Tossed salad
Waldorf salad
Pasta salad
Relish tray
For Dessert:
Pumpkin pie
Pecan pie

This week at the University Club






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4-8 pm, Happy Hour
Monday Night Football on the
Big Screen
Reggae Night with DJ Tom
Closed the rest of the week for
Thanksgiving. You probably
won't be around anyway. At
any rate, have a happy one!
The University Club is a private
club for U-M students, faculty,
staff, alumni and their invited
guests. Only members of legal



Michigan Union Ticket Office
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Open every day. Service charges
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