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Page 12- The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 27, 1989

The University of Michigan Union

UMON

March 27 to April 3,1989

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A DT ENOMINEES L' + J"!i :
for
The students and student organizations on this list were nominated for the Student Recognition Awards by their teachers, advisors,
or peers for their exceptional cocurricular contributions to the University community.
Patrlt ' ralane , at SA Seriior fin Chd RPsych andt
Some of these st 4ents and student organizations will receive Student Recognition Awards; however; it is a great honor just to be .,- ". ,WIl eresent U ?# ib the n tioll; 0111etti lfn fit t
nominated. Co rtations to you all! Studetuantn evoe Awards.
11.The winners will be announced at the Awards Ceremony, which will be held Monday, April 3, at 2pm in the Michigan League h Awirds arte a nat a copetition tar s tdeft*5who af+
Ballroom. Nominees, their families, and nominators are invited. dedica CampustC ompni act Th1E Projct f r Pu l -an
SARA ARENSMEIER, Senior STEVEN EDELSTEIN, Senior DAVID KRONE, Junior SUSAN RHEE, Junior Co mTUrtt nit Sr~enoitso.e suden0t reres $t 11s
GINA B~lK, SeniorBARBARA EISENBERGER, Senior CAROL KRUEGER-BROPHY, Grad SEEREEGa tdn hscmeiin ainly tpnswl eaaddt
CAROLYN BECKING, Senior ALICIA ERLICH Student SBENEROEVEL,GaSuent~ t~lSWote s h ~e ofrhrterhmntra
HELEN BELLONCA, Freshman JOHN FENG NINA LEACOCK, Senior MANRCSAMEL, Senior S t h hnUAteS e ofrhtteihltir~! ia
STEVE BLEISTEIN, Junior WILLIAM FOERDERER TIM LIVINGSTON MR AULSno ~fit
STEVE BLONDER, Senior CHRISTINE FORD AMY LONG, Junior DAISSMANDN, unior
MICHAEL BROZOWSKI, Senior JILL FREEBE PG Senior ROB LO PRETE, Grad Student AMY SCHULTZ p tnct i~i rlane Is nvollved i l ots f Aprrms serving 4k _
MARIA TONIA BUFFINGTON, Senior SUSAN GOLDFARB, Junior DAVID LOVE, Junior JUI CWRZ"eiryuticuig$F os, zn os~M~t0rs
MARIAN CAPLAN, Junior RICHARD GRADY, Junior ANN MARTINEZ, Senior ESHRSLEGa tdn optl ae 's riigShoJvnl o~r~4
DAN IELLE CARR WILLIAM GRADY, Junior TRACYE MATTHEWS CRSTNFSMONSeirTev Ttherfy anpyS malny o~tthe f awrltl rt sipn4
MARK CHEKAL, Senior BRANDY GRAHAM GERALD MC ADOO, Senior MONICA SIMPSON, Junior 'IIe t1,.heron1ykt1contnthese If rtidte tlR h
EDWARD REN-MING CHU, Senior SUSAN HAYES, Grad Student LYNN MC DONALD, Grad Stu no MARTIN SOAVE vlftetermW y cGoIiu.th5efots
ROBIN COHEN, Senior MAZY HOMMEL, Junior ESTEE MERMELSTEIN, Junior JEFFERY SOBEL
PHIL COLE DAVID HOPPE, Senior KRISTEN NELSON DOUGLAS STUKENBORG, Grad ft !f a l' prod elf }you Patric, and wte'r$s. rtig far yu kti wis
MARE CROMWELL, Grad Student MARY HOVINGA, Grad Student CATHERINE ANNE OBEID, Senior Stdno 4-hw~mw a i tmr hnjs otal
SUSAN D'AMBRA, Senior TOM HOY, Senior SUSAN JANE OVERDORF, Junior PAuLntERBHSno
NANCY DAVIS, Grad Student KEVIN HUGHES, Junior CAROLYN PADEN, Senior RICHARD WARREN, Junior ~w oIiol edoenmnettealnlw
SUZANNE DE PALMA, Senior FALESA IVORY, Senior DANIEL QUICK, Junior JCULN HT h1 SC1IIOl --D1 1 oI~i S
MIRIAM DIBBLE, Senior CHRISTOPHER JONES, Junior BRIAN RASHAP, Senior JCULN HT aeteeohrsuet twrasi h
TRISHA DRIVEKE, Senior JULIE KELLER, senior NATASHA RAYMOND, Senior VINCENT WICKER, Junior t'uffiflr
CATHY KILBORN, Senior TERESA RAYMOND, Junior CHARLES WYNDER, Grad Student
F-SR s 0t Ij «n C : ari Bf t1lo
11Student Organizations which were nominated:
11 An LEA sentiot .wh d #a., pwd a1d cont~#ti st ordinte t?8-
ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY-BETA ETA CHAPTER NRCMITEODIEST i$blrgormatuseyal.Or75Irr Sit
AMERICAN MEDICAL STUDENT ASSOCIATION SOUTH QUAD COUNCIL denitS and commrruity ctldre met 0e..' welfk.. tot ctvii
BURSLEY COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS STUDENT BOOK EXCHANGE n1 t l t r^kit$ ll7lda
DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY, INC. STUDENT LEADER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM i.;lu n , feld ;ips o rrseuni, plys: ad vaious hoii::};:;:.:iday'3}~
ELLA BAKER/NELSON MANDELA CENTER FOR ANTI-RACIST EDUCATION STUDENT SOCIETY OF PROF. ENGINEERS ::Parties ;..":::>: ::':::< '':::s::.>
MOUSETRAP:" STUDENTS WORKING AGAINST TODAY'S HUNGER"
PDETSOOIYUOF M ASIAN STUDENT COALITION PIDLASRRTemlfiftallt; :
RAINFOREST ACTION MOVEMENT U OF M LAW SCHOOL STUDENT SENATE
RHA RECYCLING TASK FORCEm ZETA PHI BETA . ~ alI1' ,f i 1 t 1 1t1>
76-GUIDE OF COUNSELING SERVICES [""' " ". ::a: ::.... :f en orwh h s ee ivove
EMI developing arud suppo!tjn a#naler of ewb*tn ad g~ml
I, Acp ice"aton
°r Ch ris Cok ae SSA sphomore ho h as been1 i fed t
projcts fr tFl AmerianRe ross<... t hldlrrV sib .
I / . > ~~~the Arthitis Foudt 1l , a nd Rnld M nld Nous.;:;e ,
SEE IT FIRST HAND : E W W AKt athy Dr sg'c d :anl 'L$rA S *por~rs wftr s involved In many '>
Earn C lass C redit ,0 p:je s;::er.n;sbsan e;;...;:: ndv~u
for That's the TACKIEST thing U-M Art School stude orM K:;; , a ny: L$A. j:nior who ly hefondr ndprsken
Making I've EVER seen by early Italian and Ge t f.ft tStudet BQik xcag-Tethokfs fr L e$:;::.:
a Difference i in my LIFE! chod.Wht..wnttokn
teW rdthe thingDoes she have a.?ll i &htwart, snir who has wrId e t tnisletysih bot
/he orldnaltpo rd and local $ al tympios pr m adt :10 ::ye ..
Igusmudn things like t~ t a p lem i began a. -:4-nMer^i ub atThef It[ B ity <:><. ::"
Project Community will be And there's never been a yur sgo sVva.o/ hear er pa.
taking registration for next better time to buy it-for y
tall term soon. so come to someone you love. Sh'lbseeaigu h t~aac 0
the Info fair to find out all ySel esrndn st ~ aac 0
tedetails. , 12:15- 12:45. You can get 1 ch in the 'lUG first and

Over 30 credited field
placements in education,
health, and criminal justice
settings are available.
Each project's field setting
is complemented with a
weekly feminiar, course
pack, papers, and a
journal. M ost classes offer
3 credits in either Educa-
tion or Sociology.
The Info Fair w;ill be this
Wednesday, M arch 29,
from 6:30-7:30 1in the
Kuenzel Room of the
Union.
Project Comm unity;Sites
Include:
Nhew: Projects in Chemrical~
Dependency
Child Care Ccoordinating!
Referral Service
U, Hospital Eye Center
Junior Hgh School Tutoring
Camp Waterloo Center
Maxey Boy's Training
DevelopmentallyDisabled

Tis ThS ursday and Friday,
March 30 and 31, just in
time for April Fool's Day,
the Union's Second An-
nual April Fool's Day Sale
of Tacky Gifts and Other
Items of Questionable Cul-
tural and Artistic Taste is
happening.
Buy all kinds of tacky stuff,
from a table lamp with a
cluster of artificial grapes
on it to a lovely 60's-era
orange vase. I mean,
vahse. Come early; the
polyester will go fast!
The sale will be in the
Michigan Union's ground
floor mall, from 10am-
5pm.
The Tacky Sale will benefit
the perenially tasteful
Michigan Union Arts and
Programming Office, who
seek to keep the world
free of kitsch. Unless it's
really fun, good kitsch.

bring it up it you want.

The concert will last a half hour, and will be in the
Pendleton Room at the Union.
The free, informal Arts at Midday series and other totally
awesome cultural programs are brought to you by Michi-
gan Union Arts and Programming, sole defenders of the
harpsichord in a culture of video games.
HJowr to Make, Bandsad oies
Learn to make simple, clever little box~es from a single Lblockof
wood 'These boxes wouldmake great graduation giftsbut get
start ed now! GamjyVenable is thie Woodshop's master of smaf(
bo lie can introduce you to the techniques for making them
in 'dhop s Phursday W1orkhop, for only a buck;
It 's this Piiursday, Mvarch 30, 6-8pm in thle M~ichigan 'Union
Student 'Woodshlop. Located in the backof the Student Activities
Building.
For details and afull workshop schedule, c hn od
shop at 7'63 -4025.

Michigan Union Ticket Office

On Sale Now!

Open every day.
Service charges where applicable.
Eclipse Jazz Presents
Tenor saxophone from post-bop
expressionism to quiet romanticism,
Bennie's technique and robust
soulfulness carry his music to original
improvisational heights.
Friday, April 7
8 and 10 pm at the Ark
EvS Cot o ihNikLw
Singer/songwriter hailed as the lone
exemplar of pop's more traditional
impulses
Friday, April 21
8pm at Hill Auditorium

Singer/songwriter Cris performs music
of varied styles-light rock, folk, jazz and
blues. Teresa presents an electrifying
fusion of rock, pop and jazz with a clash
of classical and country.
Magnificent duo show.
Friday, April 21
8pm at the Power Center
Gemini's first Power Center family
concert to kick off their national tour,
"Growing Up Together
Saturday, April 22
1:30pm at the Power Center

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The Club
the coolest hangout in town.
And so collegiate, too.

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Monday - Friday, 4-8 pm, Happy Hour
Tuesday the 28th.
Club Night with DJ the Pip.
Wednesday the 29th.
Art School Parrrrttttyyyy!

Friday the 31 st.
New Music with DJ Tom.
Saturday the 1st.
Reggae Night with DJ Tom.
Sunday the 2nd,
Jazz Jam.

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