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Monday, September 11, 1989- The Michigan Daily - Page 12

The University of Michigan Union 1.1 uI~ September 11 to September 17, 1989


Freshmen Descend on Union for Big Bash Grow with the Si
Somehow the Union survived the 4,000 freshmen who partied down all Developi
over the building last Tuesday night. They came right after Freshman
Convocation at Hill Auditorium and stayed until the end. It was the G E T I N
Third Annual Michigan Union Party, and an unqualified success ac-
cording to everyone involved.Did you know that the secret of y
The whole building was alive with activity. On the ground floor, people involved in cocurricular activities
were watching the Michigan Video Yearbook in the Taproom, buying perienced students who will sho
posters on sale in the main concourse, visiting tables to find out about college experience. There will b
Festifall and jobs at the Union, and buying food and other necessities each one held from 7:00-8:30 pn
in all the shops and at Study Break. Note these locations:
On the first floor, students were looking at art in the Art Lounge, eating Tuesday, September 12: East
pizza in the Pond Room, and enjoying the UAC shows in the U Club. Wednesday, September 13: W
They saw Laughtrack with Peter Berman and Soundstage and man-
aged to drink many (non-alcoholic) beverages. Thursday, September 14: Sout
Upstairs, things really got down with dancing in the ballroom from 8-12 Cook, Markley a
with D.J. Tom Simonian and free pop and popcorn, billiards andF
games in the billiard room, a plant sale in the Pendleton Room, and Friday, September 15: Festifall
even Union offices open all evening in case someone got inspired and in the LONG article above)
wanted to sign up for something. Ask at the front desk of your hal
One definite highlight of the evening was the raffle with prizes donated gram. Presented by the Union's
by local merchants. NOTE TO THE WINNERS: You may claim your Center. Call them at 763-5900
prizes by coming to the Administrative Offices in the Union, Room EMERGING LE
1310, from 8-5 weekdays.
The lucky winners: . First-year students: are you inte
material? Of course you are! TI
Grand prize become a success in any organ
A pair of fall season tickets from the Office of Major Events: ? session of the Emerging Leader
Emily Zinn pm in the Blue Lounge of Stock
A computer from Apple Computer: ? Tuesday evening from 6-8, Sept
Cathy Maraist to the Student Organization Dev
An AM/FM radio with TV sound and weatherband from the Michigan gan Union to register.
Union Bookstore: ?
Cheryl Steven
1093 free copies from Kinko's: ? ***Leadership Styles***Commun
Eun Kyung Lee Meetings***Group Dynamics***
Free video rental from Study Break: ?
Sarah Hyvaririen, Carrie Pittman, G. Romeo, Earn CREDIT as you hne your
Bobby Shah, Kevin Kerwin is a class for freshmen and sopr
A Cross pen and pencil set from NBD:? currently holding a position of re
Roaz Barkmordari, Jeremy Black Toregister:
A travel bag from Boersma Travel:? 1. Pick up an override from Proj
W. Andrew Dehil Un ion
The Party is the Union's special way of welcoming freshmen, but wen 2. CRISP for Sociology 389, se
the party is over, life goes on. The Union extends a welcome to A 3. Attend first class session Thi
of you and may this year be an especially rewarding one. Make v in the West Lounge of
your second home: we as here for you.
Festifall: A Fact-Filled Friday for Fall Fun!
You have always wanted to learn how to fly your own plane or juggle or cook (not just peanut butter sand-
wiches) or fence or dance (eat your heart out, Paula Abdul!) or be a ieader (we need YOU in Washington
now!) or just lay back an enjoy. This Friday you will get the chance to find out about all of these new and
exciting experiences.
On Friday, September 15 from 11 am-4pm the Diag will be filled with representatives from over 100 student
organizations and University departments plus all of YOU. This is Festifall, with entertainment, information,
and activities designed to show YOU how important and fun it is to get involved in student organizations.
Pick up a program with a list of participants when you come down to the Diag. **Be sure to check out the
Union Arts and Programming table: interesting things go on in the Union, and you can be part of it all.**
Anything you do outside the classroom that adds to your experience and knowledge-called "a cocurricular
activity"-is a great opportunity to learn and grow. You can meet people with the same religious or aca-
demic interests you have-or the very opposite. You will expand your educational experience and maybe
change your life.
So, take some time this Friday afternoon to explore all the extra things that you can do on campus this year
and come to Festifall.

tudent Organization
ment Center
your college success lies in getting
? Find out WHY and HOW from ex-
w you how to make the most of your
e a session in every residence hall,
m, with a grand finale on Friday.
Quad, Bursley, and Mosher-Jordan
est Quad, Alice Lloyd, and Couzens
h Quad, Barber/Newberry, Martha
nd Stockwell
on the Diag,11 am-4pm (read more
I for the exact location of the pro-
s Student Organization Development
for more info.

You can make a difference in the lives of others on campus and in the
community! S.E.R.V.E. (Students in Educationally Rewarding Volun-
teer Experiences) is the U-M program that connects students with over
100 community service agencies and social action groups. You may
choose to tutor illiterate adults, to rock babies in the children's hospital,
to work at a homeless shelter, to become a big brother or big
sister...and there are many other chances to help. Whatever your
interests and skills, there is an agency or individual that needs YOU!
S.E.R.V.E. works with students in various ways by providing on-going
volunteer placements, one-time service projects for groups of stu-
dents, information about campus and community social action groups,
independent study and research opportunities, and a special elderly
outreach program. If any of these volunteer or social action opportuni-
ties interest you, please stop by the S.E.R.V.E. office at 2211 Michigan
Union, or call 936-2437.
The following agencies are conducting training/orientation
for this term during the month of September. If you are interested in
any of them, please contact the S.E.R.V.E. office as soon as possible.
University of Michigan Medical Center
Catherine MacAuley Medical Center
Ann Arbor Adult Education - tutoring
SAFE House - shelter for battered women and children
Assault Crisis Center



rested in becoming leadership CSS Parent AideI-rogram
his program is for you! Learn how to Washtenaw Literacy
ization you become part of. The first Earn Credit for Servic
Program is September 12 from 6-8
well. The program will meet every
ember 12th to October 31st. Drop in Project Community is a Univer
velopment Center Office, 2202 Michi- course offering credit in Sociol
over 30 placements in the follo
VELOPMENT CLASS Health and Well-Being
Criminal Justice
iication Skills***Motivation***Running Chemical Dependency
Delegation*** Time Management***
o.TEach project's field setting is c
skills i these areas of interest. This nar, a course pack, papers, an
homores who are aspiring to or are credit opportunities are availab
sponsibility in an organization. ber 27. An override is require
tion, stop by 2205 Michigan Ur
ject Community, 2205 Michigan 5, or call 763-3548.
ction 001.
ursday, September 7, 1989, 1-4PM, Project Community: wh
South Quad.
U-Club: The Pre-Game Place to Be
Take the folks-or your friends-to Michigan Union's Heritage Buffet
this Saturday before the Notre Dame game anytime from 11 to 2???.
Call 763-4648 to make reservations.
Help Keep the Study Lounge Quiet...
Here is how to study AND do a good deed at the same time. The
Michigan Union Study Lounge needs volunteer monitors. You can get
in some regular study time by monitoring (while studying) in this
historic, peaceful setting. If you're interested, call the Scheduling
Office at 763-5911.

ce in the Community!
sity of Michigan Service/Learning
ogy 389 and Education 317 with
wing areas:
omplemented with a weekly semi-
id a journal. Two, three, and four
ble, and can be added until Septem-
d for enrollment. For more informa-
nion, Monday-Friday between 8 and
ere service and learning intersect!



You may buy tickets here for
events sponsored by many
different organizations. New
this year: University Musical
Society, The Ann Arbor Civic
Theatre, and the Hillel Celebra-
tion of Jewish Arts Series. Old
regulars: The Ark, University Ac-
tivities Center, and Eclipse Jazz.
Tickets for all upcoming events
for these organizations may be
charged by phone starting Sep-
tember 5 by calling 763-TKTS.
Master Card, Visa, and Discover
cards are accepted.

on September 18

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Take a Union Mini-Course
Check out the fall Michigan Union mini-course brochure in THIS EDITION of the Daily. It has information on
offerings from Artspace, UAC, the Student Woodshop, and Eclipse Jazz. Additional brochures are available
at CIC in the Union, and in both the UAC and Arts and Programming offices, also in the Union. Somewhere
between Bartending and Yoga Meditation and Philosophy there is going to be something just for you.
Ushers Needed
It's easy to see the show for free without being on the band's guest list or lugging
around heavy equipment. Be an usher! A meeting for volunteer ushers for Major
Events Concerts will be held Tuesday, September 12 from 7:30-9:30 PM in the
Anderson Room of the Union. Join us!

"Simply put, Joe Jackson's concert Saturday night (August 13, 1989)
was the best rock 'n roll style performance to hit town this year."
Detroit Free Press critic Gary Graff wrote that just recently. Now is the
chance to see for yourself.
The office of Major Events will be presenting Joe Jackson with his 10-
piece band in concert Monday, September 18 at 8PM in Hill Audito-
British-born Jacksonfirst emerged at the height of the 1979 pop-New
Wave explosion. He has since experimented with reggae, big band
jazz, and more exotic hybrids. It only takes a moment to identify his
unique songs and voice. "Steppin' Out" and "Is She Really Going out
with Him" remain classic Jackson songs.
Tickets are on sale now at the Michigan Union Ticket Office. For ticket
information or to charge by phone call 763-TKTS.

It's not too late! You
CAN still find a job!
Hundreds of part-time
jobs are available
throughout the Union
and North Campus
Commons. Stop by
Room 1310 in the Union
for an application.




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Lunch is served Monday-Friday
from 11-2 including low calorie
and vegetarian entrees.
(1/Innrl _FrirJJ .r 1- n

Watch Monday night football,
Wolverine football and basketball,
Pistons, RedWings, and Tigers
on the BIGGESTscreen in town.

Hear a different live band every
Tuesday. Come back for an-
other live band every Thursday
sponsored by UAC-Soundstage
(Come to the U-Club to pick up a
calendar or call 763-2236 for

Those alternate Wednesdays,
hear a jazz/blues band,

Dancing and other entertainment
outside under the stars EXCLU-
SIVELY at the U-Club-weather
Sign up to be on our new mailinglist
You must be at least 18 years old to
enter U-Club activities and 21 to
mi..hn a .r nn ...n Innh .

Dance to New Wave music
every Friday


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