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January 09, 1989 - Image 14

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UNION
UAC MINI COURSES
WINTER 1989
REGISTRATION DATES
Monday, January 9 - friday, January 27
REGISTRATION SITE
Michigan Union Ticket Office
M-F, 7am - 6:30pm
Sat., 9:30am - 6:30pm
Sun., 1llam -6:3Opm

MINI-COURSES ISA COMMITTEE OFTIHIE UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES CENTER (UAC).
UAC IS TIIE LARGEST STUDENT-RUN ORGANIZATION ON CAMPUS, PROVIDING
AN OPPORTUNITY FOR STUDENTS TO BECOME INVOLVED IN ANY OF ITS EXTRA-
CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: MUSKET, SOPIR SHOW, IMPACT DANCE, SOUNDSTAGE,
COMEDY COMPANY, SPECIAL EVENTS, LAUGH TRACK, MEDIATRICS, MIC-
IIIGRAS, HOMECOMING, VIEW-POINT LECTURES, COLLEGE BOWL, DEBATE,
STARBOUND, AND MINI-COURSES. THI ERE ARE ALSOOPPORTUNITIESES TO WORK
WITH I ACCOUNTING, PUBLICITY, TICKETS, AND TECH CREW. UAC IS LOCATED ON
THlE SECOND FLOOR OF THE MICHIGAN UNION.

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STUDENT WOODSHOP
A recreational woodworking facility for university affiliates
in the Student Activities Building, Thompson St. side.
Walk-in schedule: Sun. 4-11 pm, M-F 5-11 pm, Sat. 11-
6pm. Safety Glasses: You must complete four hours of
safety class instruction in order to use the shop. Shop
Fees: students $1 .25/day, $25/term; staff/faculty $2.50/
day, $45/term; alumni $4.50/day, $85/term.
Call 763-4025 for more information.
Woodworking Workshops
Special workshops are offered throughout the
term. Topics include advanced joinery, how to
sharpen tools, how to dye, stain and finish wood,
decorative wood inlays, woodturning, and more.
Introduction to
Woodworking

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REGISTRATION INFORMATION
TUITION AND) LAB FlEES ARE P'AYAB3LE A'T Tm.lETIME OT REGCISTRATION. (P'RICES

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