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Page 12 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, January 23, 1989

The University of Michigan Union

January 23 to January 29, 1989

NORTH CAMPUS COMMONS CONSTRUCTION UPDATE FORUM
THE REGENTS RECENTLY APPROVED A $4.2 MILLION DOLLAR ADDITION FOR NORTH CAMPUS COMMONS.
NORTH CAMPUS IS EXPANDING RAPIDLY, AND THE COMMONS IS GOING TO BE THE SCENE OF SOME
EXCITING GROWTH OVER THE NEXT FEW YEARS.
WE INVITE YOU TO JOIN US TO TAKE A LOOK AT THE CONSTRUCTION SO FAR, AND WE'D LIKE TO SHARE
WITH YOU THE CURRENT STATUS OF THE CONSTRUCTION AND SOME INSIGHT INTO THE FUTURE OF THE
FACILITY. WE ARE ALSO EAGER TO HEAR YOUR COMMENTS AND IDEAS ABOUT THE PROJECT.
TO ACCOMMODATE EVERYONE, WE'VE SCHEDULED TWO DIFFERENT FORUMS, ONE FOR STUDENTS AND
ONE FOR STAFF/FACULTY:
THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 7:00-8:30 PM IN THE EAST ROOM OF NORTH CAMPUS COMMONS
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 3:30-5:00 PM IN THE EAST ROOM OF NORTH CAMPUS COMMONS
MICHIGAN UNION DIRECTOR FRANK CIANCIOLA, NORTH CAMPUS COMMONS STAFF, AND MEMBERS OF
THE MICHIGAN UNION BOARD OF REPRESENTATIVES WILL BE ON HAND TO TALK WITH YOU.
THE PRESENTATION IS HANDICAP-ACCESSIBLE.

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This Week's
Way to Get Involved
If you want to get involved in
the community, but haven't
really been able to fit it into
your schedule, how does
THIS grab you?
There are professors out
there who want to arrange
independent studies and
research projects related to
community service. Take a
look at these opportunities:

Independent Study Programs
Women's Issues
Health Care
Environmental Issues
Mental Health
Disabled Individuals
Minority Issues
Education
Literacy
Substance Abuse
African Famine and
Development Issues

Research Opportunities
School Playground
Environments
Environmental Education
Biological Cleanup of
Hazardous Waste Sites
Adapting Drama Activities
for specific disabled
populations
Post-Release Experiences of
Incarcerated Young Men
Endangered Species
Children of Women in Prison

Stop Smoking Programs
Child Abuse Reporting
Policies and Practices
many others
Sound great? Don't pass up
this opportunity! You will be
responsible for contactng the
faculty member, but for help
and more info on this and
other ways to serve the
community, call Project
SERVE at 763-3548, or come
in to 2202 Michigan Union.

Project SERVE (Students in
Educationally Rewarding
Volunteer Experiences) is a
service-learnig project of
Michigan Union Project
Community which is set up
to enable and encourage
student participation in
public service. Keep your
eye on this space for ways to
get involved in the
community.

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THE
UNIVERSITY
CLUB

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Michigan Union Ticket Office
On Sale Now
Open every day.
Service charges where applicable.
The 12th Ann Arbor Folk
Festival
with John Prine, David
Bromberg, John Hartford, Rid-
ers in the Sky, Heather Bishop,
Clive Gregson and Christine
Coll ister, James Keelaghan,
Mustard's Retreat, Footloose,
and the Folktellers. Legendary
Musical Event!
Saturday, January 28
6pm at Hill Auditorium
Eclipse Jazz Presents
Modern Jazz Quartet
The premier concert ensemble in
jazz, in their 36th year together.
Friday, February 10
8pm at the Power Center

Waves
Witty, hot, fun jazz dance
Thursday, February 16
8pm at the Power Center
John McCutcheon
Witty fiddle, banjo, guitar,
hammer dulcimer and jaw harp
player. Tuesday, February 14
7:30 and 10pm at the Ark
Bruce Hornsby and the Range
Top pop CD: "Scenes from the
Southside"
Saturday, February 18
8pm at Hill Auditorium

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Last Week to Register for
Michigan Union Classes
Know that Artspace class you
were planning to take? What
about your big plans to learn
woodworking? And the UAC
minicourse on Ballroom
Dancing you were going to
drag your beau to? Better sign
up now!
Registration ends Jan. 27; you
can get registration forms and
sign up at the Ticket Office, or
go see the Arts & Program-
ming gang in 2211 Michigan
Union.

MUSIC MAKES YOUR LUNCH
DIGEST BETTER
WE BET YOUR STOMACH WILL
BE AS HAPY AS YOUR EARS
AND YOUR MIND THIS THURS-
DAY. PICK UP SOME LUNCH IN
THE MUG AND JOIN US RIGHT
UPSTAIRS FOR MUSIC AT
MIDDAY, THIS THURSDAY,
JANUARY 26, FROM 12:15-
12:45 IN THE PENDLETON
ROOM.
U-M MUSIC MAJOR CAROLYN
DUETS, A STUDENT OF PRO-
FESSOR LYNNE ASPNES, WILL
PLAY MODERN AND TRADI-
TIONAL MUSIC FOR THE HARP
THIS THURSDAY AT MUSIC AT
MIDDAY.
THE FREE, INFORMAL, HALF-
HOUR ARTS AT MIDDAY
SERIES AND OTHER ENRICHING

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ASIAN-AMERICAN
STUDENT-FACULTY-STAFF RECEPTION
THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO MEET AND NETWORK
WITH OTHER ASIAN-AMERICAN STUDENTS,
STAFF, AND FACULTY, AND TO MEET WITH
UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATORS TO DISCUSS
ASIAN-AMERICAN ISSUES.

BY TODAY (MONDAY) TO 763-9044. IT'S
FREE, AND OPEN TO ALL ASIAN-AMERICAN
STUDENTS, FACULTY, AND STAFF, AND ANYONE
ELSE WHO IS INTERESTED.

THIS RECEPTION IS SPONSORED BY MICHIGAN

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