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Page 12 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, January 9, 1989

The University of Michigan Union

January 9 to January 15, 1989

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"Expressions of Identity," a show
put together by eight U-M Asian-
American artists, opens this
Wednesday, January 11. The
official opening ceremonies will be
Friday, January 13 from 4-6pm in
the Michigan Union Art Lounge.
The exhibit will feature paintings,
drawings, photographs, prints, wa-
tercolors and architectural models
in celebration of January's desig-
nation as Asian-American Aware-
ness Month.
"Expressions of Identity" is open
daily, 7am-2am, Sundays 9am-
1am through the end of January.
The exhibit and the Friday open-
ing are open to the public.
This art show is brought to you by
Michigan Union Arts and Program-
ming, of course.
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In
The Winter Term debut of Arts at
Midday brings us U-M Music
School student tenor Richard
Knapp, accompanied by pianist
Ted Wyman. Knapp will sing tra-
ditional and contemporary songs.
The concert will be held Thursday
from 12:15-12:45 in the Pendle-
ton Room of the Union. It's free
and open to everybody. Pick up
some lunch in the MUG and come
upstairs for a relaxing half hour of
fine music.
For information on f uture perform-
ances, watch this space. For in-
formation on how you can per-
form, call Arts & Programming
at 764-6498.

Here's How to Get Involved
You get out into the real world for a while,
you become a stronger, smarter person, you
help people, you get a warm feeling of being
needed, you learn about people and leader-
ship, you are important. ,
This is what happens to you when you get
involved in community service. And this is
how to do it.
Wednesday,January 18,1-4pm in the Michi-
gan Union Ballroom is the day of Project
SERVE's Volunteer Opportunities Fair.
Representatives from community service
agencies throughout Washtenaw County will
be available with information about their
agencies and the volunteer opportunities
they have available.
Opportunities to work with children, ado-
lescents, adults and senior citizens in areas
such as education, literacy, health care, art,
domestic violence, mental health, and many
others abound.

Student organizations committed to com-
munity service will also be there.
Bring all your friends or your student group
and do something of value together.
Refreshments will be served.
Call Michigan Union Project Community/
Project SERVE at 763-3548 or stop by 2205
Michigan Union, Monday -Friday, 1-4pm,
if you or your student organization is inter-
ested in more information about the Fair, or
more information aboutcommunity service.
Project SERVE (Students in Educationally
Rewarding Volunteer Experiences) isa serv-
ice-learning project of Michigan Union Proj-
ect Community which is set up to encourage
and enable student participation in public
service. Keep watching this space for ways
to get involved in the community!

THE NATIONWIDE STUDENT HUMANI-
TARIAN SERVICE AWARD IS DESIGNED
TO RECOGNIZE AND HONOR FIVE
STUDENTS' OUTSTANDING CONTRIBU-
TIONS TO PUBLIC SERVICE AND TO
SUPPORlT THEIR CONTINUED EFFORTS
TOO ADDRESS SOCIAL NEEDS WITHIN
THE COMMUNITY.
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FIVE AWARDS OF $1500 EACH V L
BE GRANTED TO UNDERGRADUATE%
WHOSE COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY IS*
AN INSTITUTIONAL MEMBER OF CAM-
PUS COMPACT. THE UNIVERSITY OF
MICHIGAN IS A MEMBER, AND MAY
NOMINATE ONE CANDIDATE FOR THESE *
AWARDS. THE AWARD MONEY WILL*
BE USED TO FURTHER HUMANITARIAIL
CAUSES AS DIRECTED BY THE STY.-
DENT RECIPIENT.
TO NOMINATE A STUDENT, FtEASE
COMPLETE THE FORM LOCATED ON
PAGE 9 OF THIS ISSU" OF THE
DAILY.
STUDENTS ARE ENCQLJRAGED TO
NOMINATE THEMSELVES. ALL NOMI-
NEES WILLTHEN BE ASKD TO SUBMIT
TWO SHORT ESSAYS *50 WORDS
EACH) ABOUT THEIR PAST SERVICE
ACTIVITIES AND THEIR PRfPOSAL FOR
A FUTURE SERVICE EFF*RT. THE
^ *
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN NOMINEE
WILL BE SELECTED BY A COMMITTEE
HERE ON CAMPUS AND HIS/HERIME
FORWARDED FOR CONSIDERATI
FOR THE AWARD.

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Explore careers,
Learn about yourself,
Learn about life,
Serve people in need,
Change your own life.

At Project Community, schools,
prisons, and hospitals are the
classrooms; readings and your
own experiences are the curricu-
lum. There are over 30 service-
learning projects for 2-3 credits
at Project Community. Stop by
2205 Michigan Union or call 763-
3548 for information.
Enrollment through Friday,
January 13.

These folks were chosen for the
Winter 1989 S.O.D.C. Intern-
ships:
Mike Brozowski, LSA senior
Yvonne Perry, Business School
senior
Ann Plamondon, LSA senior
Amelia Bischoff, LSA senior
Eric Wohl, LSA senior
The intern program is designed
to offer students an unparalleled
educational opportunity through
experiential learning. Interns
consult with student leaders and
organizations to help ensure
their effectiveness. Interns also
conduct outreach to student
organizations and lead work-
shops for these organizations.

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DEADLINE: MONDAY, JANUARY 23,
1989, 5PM
APPLY TO: MICHIGAN UNION PROJ-
ECT COMMUNITY, 2205 MICHIGAN
UNION
SPONSORED BY THE OFFICE OF
STUDENT SERVICES, THE MICHIGAN
UNION, MICHIGAN UNION PROJECT
COMMUNITY AND PROJECT SERVE,
AND CAMPUS COMPACT: THE PROJ-
ECT FOR PUBLIC AND COMMUNITY
SERVICE.

Student Leadership Conference
Happens February 4;
Register Now!

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The annual Student Leadership
Conference is a fantastic chance
for you to spend a whole day en-
hancing your leadership skills,
networking with other student lead-
ers, and preparing for your future
as a leader in the community.
By attending workshops of your
choice ranging from Ethics in
Leadership to Women in Leader-
ship, by hearing keynote speaker
Judge Geraldine Bledsoe Ford,
and by being inspired by opening
speaker Elizabeth Baxter, you will
learn about practical and philo-
sophical leadership issuesthat will
affect you for the rest of your life.
Sign up for the Student Leader-
ship Conference now! Registra-
tion fee of $10.00 includes conti-
nental breakfast, keynote lunch-
eon, reception at the University
Club, and all materials. Registra-
tion ends January 20.
To pick up a registration form or for
further information, come to
S.O.D.C., 2202 Michigan Union,
8am-5pm, Monday through Friday.

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This week at the U - Club

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Michigan Union Ticket Office
On Sale Now!
The 12th Ann Aror F
Festival;
With John PrinefDvidr
Bromberg, John jtrd
Riders in the Sky, Heather1
Bishop, Clive Gregso and
Christine CollisterUmes
Keelaghan, Mustard's *Rtreat,
Footloose, and the Folktellers
Legendary Musical Event!
Saturday, January 28, 1989
6pm at Hill Auditorium
Waves
Witty, hot, fun jazz dancers
Friday, February 16
8pm at the Power Center

Open every day.
Service charges where applicable
Eclipse Jazz Presents
Modern Jazz Quartet
The premier concert ensemble.
in jazz, now in their 36th year
together
Friday, February 10
8pm at the Power Center
National Theater of the Deaf
in King of Hearts
A professional ensemble of
deaf and hearing actors"
distinguished by a unique
theatrical style. By combining
spoken dialogue with sign
language, you will see and hear
every word!
Saturday, March 18
8pm at the Power Center

Monday through Friday:
4-8 pm, Happy Hour.
Drink Specials!
Tuesday the 10th:
Reggae Night with DJ Tom.
Wednesday the 11th:
"House" Party
with DJ RonEstill
Thursdaythe2tt
UAC presents Soundstage
Band TBA.
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Friday the 13th:
New Music with DJ Tom
Saturday the 14th:
Club Night, New Music &
House with DJ the Pip
The U - Club is a private club
for U-M students, faculty, staff,
alumni and their invited guests.
Only members of legal drinking

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