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Page 14 - The Michigan Doily - Monday, April 10, 1989

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The University of Michigan Union April 10 to April 16, 1989

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Outstanding Students win STUDENT RECOGNITION AWARDS
The students and student organizations on this list received the prestigious Student Recognit
their exceptional cocurricular contributions to the University community.
Congratulations to you all!L
The winners were announced at the Awards Ceremony, which was held Monday, April 3.

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STUDENT RECOGNITION AWARDS
GINA J. BAIK
CAROLYN BECKING
HELEN BELLANCA
MARIAN CAPLAN
EDWARD REN-MING CHU
ROBIN COVEN
MARE CROMWELL
MIRIAM DIBBLE
STEVEN R. EDELSTEIN
BARBARA EISENBERGER
JILL FREEBERG
DAVID HOPPE
KEVIN HUGHES
CHRISTOPHER L. JONES
DAVID KRONE

AMY LONG
ROB LO PRETE
DAVID LOVE
GERALD B. MC ADOO II
CAROLYN PADEN
DANIEL QUICK
BRIAN RASHAP
NATASHA RAYMOND
STEVE ROEDER
MARC SAMUELS
ESTHER J. SELVES
MONICA SIMPSON
DOUGLAS STUKENBORG
PAUL WHITE
CIIARLES WYNDER

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STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY
DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY, INC.
ELLA BAKER/NELSON MANDELA CENTER FOR ANTI-RACIST EDUCATION
MOUSETRAP, SCHOOL OF ART

SNR COMMITTEE ON DIVERSITY
STUDENT BOOK EXCHANGE--TEXTBOOKS FOR LESS
U OF M ASIAN STUDENT COALITION
STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS: For outstanding Achievement in Cocurricular Act vitics
MARIA TONIA BUFFINGTON ANNE MARTINEZ" ~-
MARK CHEKAL LYNN MCDONALD
NANCY DAVIS SUSAN JANE OVERDORF
CAROL KRUEGER-BROPHY JULIE SCHWARTZ

STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
AMERICAN MEDICAL STUDENT ASSOCIATION
BURSLEY COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS
RAINFOREST ACTION MOVEMENT
RIIA RECYCLING TASK FORCE

STUDENT LEADER DEVELOPMENT PROG A. OMA
STUDENTS WORKING AGAINST TODAY'S .UNG ER
U-M LAW SCHOOL STUDENT SENATE
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this smmer? yo o' have to say, "Gb, th same old st, you know . ."
and trail off lamely and smile a pathetic little smile.
Instead, say, "I1 tutored retarded children, and I helped build a shelter for
homeless people."
Nodesn ta sound uch ber
Volunteer a little of your spare time this sumnmer to a good cause. Yeah!
Why not? You have more time in the summer than you (d0 during the school
year, and you can really sink your teeth into a volunteer project instead of
bumming around reading novels after work.
Stop over at Project SERVE before you leave for the summer. Anita Bohn,
rhe Coordinator, has a whole huge directory of volunteer services for the
whole country! So, whether you live in Ottumnwa, Iowa or even New York
City, there's an opportunity to get involved waiting for you! There's a whole
For more info on this and other ways you or your studen oran ion can
serve the cormumity, call Project SERVE at 763- 3548 or come in to 220
Michigan Union.
Project SERVE (Students in Educationalhy Rewarding Volunteer Experi-
ences) is a service-learning project of Michigan Union Project Community
which is set up to enable and encourage student participation in ptiblic
service. Keep your eye on this space for ways to get involved in the commo-

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Live JAZZ Cabaret
Benefit
Concert

AND MORE
Live JAZZ
on Sunday!

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To learn about Project Commtnty , call 763-3548, and to
Student Organization Development Center, call 763-5900.

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Tres cool! The U-M Jazz Boogiec
Ensemble has been invited to Eclipse.
perform at two VERY snazzy 16 at th
and prestigious jazz festivals in dinner,c
Europe this summer-the salad ar
Montreux Jazz Festival in be serv
Switzerland, and the North live jazz
Sea Jazz Festival in Holland.
The dinr
After holding a fundraiser last buy din
week, they're still about you con
$8,C0% short for their trip. So it's a do
they're playing for us at the at the d
North Campus Commons
Dining Room on Wednesday, And ren
April 12. from 8-11pm. Tickets Club is c
are only five bucks, and all student:
proceeds will go to the Trip alumnic
fund. Michiga
guests.
Advance tickets will be on legal dr
sale in the Lobby of the Com- purcha
mons April 10-12 from 1-5 pm,
and at the door.
If dikeire infd
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and have dinner with
Jazz this Sunday, April
e UClub. A spaghetti
complete with tossed
nd garlic bread, will
ed from 5-7 pm, and
will go from 8-10 pm.
ner is only $3.95; if you
ner, the jazz is free. if
me just for the music,
lar donation at 8pm
oor.
member, the University
a private club for
s, faculty, staff, and
of the University of
an, and their invited
Only members of
inking age may
se alcohol.
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W/ant to make a persona arnd uniue design s amen in your next
woodworking project without the frustrations of silly putty? Try
wooden in Jays.
L~mt Iineartransho yo how t o crcate wooden inlays, bo th s imple
and ompex, o ehan e rnex project in this Thursday's Wood-
sho Wrkho, or only a uck. Yes, jus fou quarters, folks.
It's this Thursday, April 13, 6-8 pm in the Michigan Union Student
Woodshop. Located in the back of the Student Activities Building.
For delails and a full workshop schedul, call the Studfen ioodshop
at 763-4023.
M I C H IG A N UNIO N ticket office

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ON SALE NOW!

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Arts at Midday with Guitarist Joseph Pratt

Open every day. Service charges where
applicable.
From England
Clive Gregson and Christine Collister
Thursday, April 13
7:30 and 10pm at the Ark
James Keelaghan
Canada's newest rising star-in the
mold of Stan Rogers and Jon Gorka.
Saturday, April 15
7:30 and 10pm at the Ark
From Scotland
The Battlefield Band
Lavish arrangements of traditional pipe
medleys to original and traditional Scot-
tish songs and classic American pop.
Sunday, April 16
7:30 and 10pm at the Ark

U-M Music School student Joseph Pratt will regale us with some wonderful classics and his own wonder-
ful compositions on the guitar. This lovely celebration of Spring will be held Wednesday, April 12, from
12:15-12:45. You can get lunch in the MUG first and bring it up if you want.
The concert will last a half hour; it's free and open to the public, and will be in the Pendleton Room at the
Union.
The free, informal Arts at Midday series and cultural programs are brought to you by Michigan Union
Arts and Programming, who WILL NOT LET YOU GRADUATE unless they have managed to inculcate
some culture into uou!

Randy Newman
"Short People, "It's Money that Matters"
Wednesday, April 19
8pm at the Power Center
WIQB welcomes comic
Steven Wright
Low-key comedy with other-worldly
observations and infinite curves of
weirdness.
Thursday, April 20
8pm at the Power Center
Oregon
An improvising band that draws on
American jazz, European classical mu-
sic, Indian, and African sources.
Thursday, April 20
7:30 and 10pm at the Ark

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