Page 16 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, April 17, 1989
The University of Michigan Union
April 17 to April 23, 1989
Michigan Union STUDENT EMPLOYEES
The Union employs over 500 students each year, in all kinds of different jobs. These students earn money toward their education, but
also learn important skills, which will help them in their futures. Many also earn class credit. We pay students about $820,000 In wages
every year, and, in return, have one of the most enjoyable staffs anywhere.
Without our student employees, the Union wouldn't be the same. It wouldn't be nearly as exciting, nor as fun.
We're so proud of you all, and want to thank you for a fantastic year!
David and Alan
Food Service Stock
Christian, Joshua, Stan, Keith, Michael, Kurt, and Andrew
Arts & Programming:
Brian, Aimee, Kali, and Candy
Billiards and Games Room:
Gerad, Jason, David, Thomas, Jerry, Julie, Marc, Gary, Erhan, Steven,
Douglas, Robert, and Theresa
Student Theatre Arts Complex:
Osvaldo and Christian
David, Brian, and Garry
Nii-Ama, Karen, Lynn, and Pamela
Renee, Bernd, Timothy, Bethany, Dawn, Mark, Suman, Ken, Gregory,
Susan, Emily, Michelle, Jonathan, Christine, David, Caren, Michael,
David, Steve, Michael, Scott, Jennifer, Jennifer, Lynette, Andrea, Mary,
Lucy, Susan, Sook, Pamela, Jacqueline, Dawn, Beth, Martin, Steven,
Jannifer, Timothy, Heidi, Jenifer, Ellen, Kathleen, Megan, Dana, Donovan,
Keely, Kerry, Juliana, Renee, Polly, Stefani, Marla, Erin, and Denise
Rebecca, Lisa, Marianne, Nena,;Louise, Mark, Jennifer, Matthew, Julie,
Thomas, Todd, Mazy, Michelene, Carleigh, Jeffery, Sandra, Deborah,
Leigh, Susan, Jonathan, David, Pamela, Rachel, Charles, Cynthia, Lisa,
Jennifer, Lisa, Odelia, Corby, Sean, and Andrea
Nicole, Christy, Catherine, Elizabeth, Renee, Michael, Stacey, Gwen,
Leigh, Joanne, Jennifer, Michelle, Saadia, Nora, John, Amy, Victoria,
Deniz, David, Caroline, Ralph, Paul, Farhana, Robert, Jodi, Laura, William,
Cynthia, Gregory, Addison, Robert, Michael, Kenya, Matthew, Abigail,
Deyar, Rahul, Jane, Brice, Jessie, Kay, Lucy, Michael, Suellen, Lesley,
Angela, Bessie, Paul, Jennifer, Cristina, Julita, Pegeen, Megan, Jennifer,
Susan, Jason, Robin, Karen, John, Jose, Jon, Kirsten, Jennifer, Jill, Sarah,
Katherine, William, Phuc, Anthony, Selina, Meribeth, Shelley, Kimberly,
Laura, Geoffrey, Jennifer, Sabrina, Amy, Sarah, Jane, Anna, Kristin, Lynne,
Rhonda, Eric, James, Daniel, Michael, Deborah, Lara, Jean,Gabrielle,
Sean, Philip, Catherine, Britt, Constadina, Karen, Paul, Alison, Robert,
Rubina, Irene, and Sheryl
North Ingalls Building Food Service ;i
Rebecca, Ingrid, Abigail, Leona, Jonathan, Bradley, Donoven, Harry,
Philip, JoAnn, Rodney, and Laura
North Campus Commons Food Service
Scott, Rebecca, Lynn, Lisa, Marianne, Nena, Jennifer, Rebecca, John,
Louise, Jennifer, Matthew, David, Julie, Thomas, Todd, Jeneen, Mazy,
David, Michelene, Carleigh, Jeffrey, Sandra, Deborah, Todd, Michael,
Leigh, Susan, Kirk, Jonathan, Kate, Imad, Jeanne, Michelle, Amy, Adam,
Jason, Pamela, George, Rachel, Robert, Cynthia, Lisa, Jennifer, Donald,
Nicolas. Lisa, Odelia, Corby, Sean, and Andrea
North Campus Commons Administration
Fed, Eric, and Dwight
Brian, Brian, Michael, John, Susi, Debra, Jill, Charlotte, Ellen, Angela,
Rich, Lisa, Erin, Kirsten, Temani, Lucy, and Chris
William, Mark, Brian, William, Eduardo, Prasad, and Richard
Student Organization Development Center
Elizabeth and Tanya
Michigan Advertising Works
Kerry, Marshall, Susan, Bradley, Janye and Jodi
Major Events Office
Jonathan and Tracey
Kimberly, Lawrence, Selena, Erin, Fanshen, Michelle, Christine, Carolyn,
Shannon, Deborah, James, Tanya, Cynthia, Alan, Roger, Roger,
Tisa, Jason, Dennis, Todd, Susan, LaNeice, Christie, Andrew, Sharon,
Marcia, Cindy, Mark, Dawn, Michael, Paul, Michele, Gary, Nora, Gracia,
Beverly, Gregory, Lynette, MarIon, Gregory, Justin, Kathleen, Karen,
Carolyn, and Kathleen
Minority Student Services
Julie, Adoleena, Regina, and Adrienne
Peggy, Claudia, Kermitt, Kathleen, Anne, Jeff, Pamela, Nathan,
Kathleen, Curtis, Anthony, Pamela, and Barbara
Scheduling and Operations
Karl, Alyssa, Paul, Timothy, Brian, Joseph, Marcus, Gerard, John, Garett,
Ron, Steven, Matthew, David, Ellen, Jeff, Thomas, Nancy, Robert, Susan,
Marcia, Elizabeth, Marc, Paul, Andrea, John, Kurt, Bradley, Chris,
Charles, William, Tom, Douglas, and Joseph
Congratulations, Senior Leaders!
The Senior Leader Brunch is a time to celebrate and recognize dedicated seniors for all the hard work, real-world learning, successes and disappointments that
go along with being actively involved on campus. I's the University's last chance to thank these departing students for their commitment and enthusiasm.
The April 21 Brunch is by invitation only; winners are nominated by peers or advisors. The Seniors nominated to attend the Brunch who were awarded
Gina J. Baik
Romaneerat (Tukee) Jayasvasti
Nathan I. Nastase
The University Club
The Club-stick around and
keep us company this Summer!
Monday - Thursday, 4-8 pm,
Friday the 21st, 5pm,
Mexican Happy Houri
Tuesday the 18th.
Club Night with DJ the Pip.
Wednesday the 19th.
Laughtrack with Stuart Mitchell.
Presented by UAC.
Thursday the 20th.
Soundstage, with Juice.
Presented by UAC.
Friday the 21st.
Mexican Buffet during Happy
Hour, then at 9pm, New Music
with DJ Tom.
Saturday the 22nd.
Reggae Night with DJ Tom.
The University Club is a private
club for U-M students, faculty,
staff, alumni and their invited
guests. Only members of legal
drinking age may purchase
SENIOR SWING OUT
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It all started back in the 1920's when
the seniors used to get together under
the Engin. Arch and have fist fights with
those unfortunate enough to be juniors,
sophomores, or freshmen. Later in
history, the seniors stopped fighting,
and, clad in their caps and gowns,
formed a snake through central
campus. That was Swing-Out.
In 1989, we can do better than that!
Here's the list of the remaining Senior
Swing-Out Events or 1989.
and have fun!
University President's Reception
For Class of '89, alumni, friends, family
The Alumni Center
Friday, April 28, 4-6pm
Jazz on the Terrace
Featuring a local jazz band, hors
d'ouevres, cash bar. Free admission.
The University Club Terrace
Friday, April 28, 9:30pm-lam
(or Crisler Arena, if it rains)
9:15 am: seating for graduates
available; you must be in your seats
by 9:45 am
Carved Roast Beef, Almond Dijon Chicken,
Poached Salmon with Dill
Linguine Alfredo, Redskin Potatoes
Honey-Glazed Carrots, Green Beans
Almondine, Broccoli and Red Peppers with
Tossed Salad with Assorted Dressings,
Tomato and Feta Toss, Marinated
Mushrooms, Fresh Fruit Salad, Copper
Penny Salad, Tahitian Chicken Salad,
Artichoke Hearts, Pasta Salad
Assorted Dinner Rolls, Assorted Muffins
Double Chocolate Cake, Apple Dumplings
with Bavarian Creme, Pecan Pie,
The University Club, Michigan Union
Saturday, April29,12:00 noon-2pm.
$8.75 per person plus tax and gratuity.
*Advance reservations required."
Phone (313) 763-4648
Minority Student Reception
For minority students and their parents
Willima Monroe Trotter House, 1443
Full-Time SUMMER JOBS at the Union
Ann Arbor is the coolest place in the summer-sunny, peaceful (except during Art
Fair), fun, casual ...
If you want to stick around and get the Cultural Experience of an Ann Arbor summer,
there might be a job at the Union for ya.
Earn $4.50 an hour working with the Michigan Union's Custodial or Scheduling staff.
staff. Call 763-5911 if you have questions.
There are lots of other jobs, full- and part-time, available. Stop in to Room 1310 and
till out an application.
Art Lounge Reception
for Artspace and the Student 'Wooshop Artists, and their Admiring 'Pu$ic
'This Tiursday, you can meet and tatk to t he great artists who have displayedtheir work
in the Michigan Union Art Lounge-thefolks from Artspace and the Student
Woodshop. A reception for these artists and for you wit le Aprit20from 4-6pm.
Tie artists from Artspace and the Woodshop wit! show their ceramics, watercolor, pho-
tography, drawing and woodworking through Aprid28.
q'he Lounge is on the first floor of the Union, and is a great place to study, too. ?leis
reception and exhibit is brought to you by Michigan Union Arts and Programming, your
source for cultural anything.
Last Day of Classes Bash:
Celebrate the end of another
satisfying year at U-M on the
last day of classes, April 19,
from 2-7pm on the North
Campus Diag. Volleyball,
giant twister, a dunk tank, live
music, other activities, and
food-including free bever-
ages for everyone-will be
The Schools of Art, Architec-
MICHIGAN UNION TICKET OFFICE
ON SALE NOW! Open every day. Service charges where applicable.
Saturday, April 29, 1-3pm
Painter ALICE BERLE CRAWFORD Exhibits
Today through May 5, Alice Berle Crawford will show her mixed-
media paintings in the North Campus Commons Gallery.
The North Campus Commons Gallery is open all day, is free, and is
located on the second floor of the Commons. Stop by! For information
on this show, or on exhibiting, call 764-7544.
HOWARD WHEELER Jewelry SALE
Let Howard drape and dazzle you with his wonderful jewelry this week,
Monday-Friday, 10am-6pm, in the ground floor mall of the Union.
"It's Money that Matters"
Wednesday, April 19
8pm at the Power Center
WIOB welcomes comic
Low-key comedy with other-worldly
observations and infinite curves of
Thursday, April 20
8pm atthe Power Center
Elvis Costello with Nick Lowe
Singer/songwriter hailed as the lone
exemplar of pop's more traditional
Friday, April 21
8pm at Hill Auditorium
Cris Williamson and Teresa Trull
Folk, jazz, blues-A benefit for the Sexual
Assault Prevention and Awareness Center
Friday, April 21
8pm at the Power Center
Hot Rize with Red Knuckles and the
Gemini with the Good Mischief Band
"Growing Up Together"
Saturday, April 22
1:30pm at the Power Center
Balkana with the Trio Bulgarka
One of the former leaders of the Sofia
Radio Choir performs Bulgarian music.
Thursday, April 27
7:30 and 10pm at the Ark
Comedian Sandra Bernhard
Regular on Late Night with David
Saturday. May 6
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