Page 12 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, January 30, 1989
The University of Michigan Union January 30 to February 5, 1989
Arts at Midday:
Black History Month
In honor of Black His-
tory Month, Arts at
Midday brings you a
display of the materials
in the U-M Afro-Ameri-
can Collections Center,
honoring their 15th
This demonstration will
be at the usual Arts at
Midday time, 12:15-
12:45 on Thursday,
February 2, in the
Pendleton Room of the
The free, informal, half-
hour Arts at Midday
series and other enrich-
ing cultural programs
are brought to you by
Michigan Union Arts
and Programming, the
folks who want you to
be both culturally aware
and socially aware. Af-
ter all, who else will do
this for you?
Fourth Annual Black Students \r
"Perceptions anid Expressions 11"
Opening with a flourish this Sunday, February 5, the fourth annual "Per-
ceptions and Expressions" show is a wide range of creativity from Black
U-M students and alumni.
Featuring paintings, ceramics, pottery, prints, photography, and more, the
work, through portraits, abstracts, graphic design, and other expressions
provides a unique look into the Black experience at U-M.
The opening is, again, this Sunday at 3pm in the Michigan Union Pond
Room. It's free and open to the public, and snazzy art-opening-type
refreshments will be served. The Show itself will run Feb. 5-24 in the
Michigan Union Art Lounge.
"Perceptions and Expressions IV" is sponsored by, of course, Michigan
Union Arts and Programming. Come by for a treat you won't forget.
t A f~ GE INOLVED
ONE-DAY SERVICE PROJECTS
FOR YOUR STUDENT ORGANIZATION
Grow closer together and do something worthwhile in the com-
munity. Take a Saturday and do a service project in town here.
Project SERVE has all kinds of projects like these:
Idren's International Festival.
ernoon festival sponsored
Pound House Children's
c nternational Center is
...hel igan Union Ballroom
ev d it is a riot. Zillions of
es of their heritage show
up a ovies, do crafts, and see
pe rmance put on by groups of differ-
e thnic backgrounds. You can help
with setup, help the kids with art
projects, show movies, coordinate
groups, pass out balloons, and gener-
ally direct knee- high traffic for a few
2. SAFE House. A shelter for abused
women and children, SAFE House
needs some help from you to be a more
confortable, cozy place. They need a
group of 10 students to do some spring
cleaning and reorganizing.
3. The Prospect Place Family Shelter.
These folks have just the mission for
you green-thumbed students who want
a chance to do something totally
removed from the daily grind of school:
help them plant and dig a garden. A
heck of a lot more fun than calculus.
C K E T
O F F
On Sale Now!
Open every day.
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
Witty, hot, fun jazz dance
Thursday, February 16
8pm at the Power Center
Witty fiddle, banjo, guitar,
hammer dulcimer and jaw harp
Tuesday, February 14
7:30 and 10pm at the Ark
AND THE RANGE
Top pop CD: "Scenes from the
Saturday, February 18
8pm at Hill Auditorium
4. The U-M International Center. Re-
member how much easier life became
when you learned a little about comput-
ers? Papers were suddenly twice as
e ow help someone who, besides
not knwing about computers, is a
tranger to this country and to U-M!
Help with computer training for newly-
arrived foreign students, and make
someone's introduction to the U.S. a
little more painless.
Heart to Heart for the Homeless
ua alk. No, no, no. .. you dont
K. Unless you want to.
d help with setup,
n, cleanup, serving lunch, and
e that. And why not walk, too?
be good for you, and good for an im-
Goin' To O-Hi-Yo
Congratulations to the
win ne rs o f t h e ACUI
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i ons-ntierntina)C am -
pus Games Tournament,
heid this past S r y
t he MichignUnion Bih
liards and aes Room
and at the C CRB
They're hea to the
Reglona ' oun n nent in
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they'll win, of core n
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Second Place; Pre
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Betsy Sundholn Spo
mor e, Re side ntia Collge
Second Place; Theresa
Zwin~gman, Junior, LS&A
Men's PooL: First Place;
Steven Lie, Freshman.
LS&A. Secon d P1ace;
Doug Shapiro, Sophomore,
Bavarian Cliocofate, Kenya A A,.9maretto, Swiss Moc a.. .
The University Cluby
Any one of tese fabulous coffee flavors
Get with THE ra at Club. at the NI B9(prth fngafsB ?ikfing a
january 31,from 9-11am.
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Stop over for a taste.
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Friday the Musi 'ght it J Thom Simonian
Saturday t 4th g Night with DJ Tom
The Universit is a ate club for U-M students, faculty, staff, alumni and their invited guests. Only
members of lega g age may purchase alcohol.
s could be the one you can sample forfree
ateries and Commons, this Tuesday,
ONE day at a Time: Leaders (Anonymous)
For more info on these and other ways to serve the community,
call Project SERVE at 763-3548, or come in to 2202 Michigan
Project SERVE (Students in Educationally Rewarding Volunteer
Experiences) is a service-learning 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.
CH AL> EN E0O DIVEIRSI'JY
The topic of this month's "Understanding and Challenging Our
Isms" luncheon discussion /adventure series will focus on the
particular problems of women returning to University life after
being away for a while. Issues such as ageism, dealing with family,
friends, and children, and multiple demands will be discussed.
The luncheon will be held in dining rooms 4 and 5 of the Michigan
League, and free beverages (coffee, tea and hot chocolate) will be
Join us in our quest to increase our awareness and understanding
of our human connectedness!
This part of the series, which will be facilitated by the Center for
Continuing Education for Women, is sponsored by the Michigan
Union Student Organization Development Center, Michigan Union
Minority Student Services, and several other University Student
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Being a student leader is a heavy burden, but not one you can't cope with successfully. Lead-
ers Anonymous is a support-group for you leader types. It's a forum to discuss successes and
concerns that you have as a leader, and a place to explore possible solutions to common
student leadership concerns.
The next session is from 5:30-6:30 pm on February 14. Stop by CIC to find out which room it will
be in. For more info, call Karen at the Michigan Union Student Organization Development
Center at 763-5900.
Are You an ESTJ?'??
Find out at the Michigan Union Student Organization Development Center's minicourse on
Leadership Styles. This 4-week class is designed for folks involved in student organizations who
want to learn more about their own leadership style, and to understand and appreciate other
styles. We'll use the Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator, and also talk about situational leadership.
The class is february 1,8, 15, and 22, from 6:30-8:30pm. Course fee is S10.00, and preregistration
is necessary. Register as you would for any other minicourse by going to the Michglan Union
Ticket Office. For more scoop, call Karen at the Michigan Union Student Organization Develop-
ment Center, 763-5900, or come by 2202 Michigan Union.
By the way, ESTJ means Extroverted, Sensing, Thinking, Judging and is one of the Meyers-Briggs
personality types you could be. Find out at the minicourse.
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