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The University of Michigan Union September 18 - September 24, 1989



Get your

Why work?


Sure, you're busy. You've got
class, and a social life, and who
knows what else. But it's get-
ting more and more expensive
just to live these days, and
wouldn't a part-time job really
Then, too, no matter how
unskilled you may think it is, no
job just nets you pocket money.
A part-time job at the Union will
make you a more well-rounded
person, providing you with the
opportunity to develop all kinds
of skills to add to your resume.
You may also be able to earn
class credit, depending on the
Reasons to work at the Union
during school:
-You'll learn the discipline and
responsibility related to having
any job
-You'll develop a feeling of
confidence in the marketplace
-You'll develop open-minded
attitudes and appreciate the im-
portance of multiculturalism
-You'll learn what it's like to
become an indispensable
member of an organization
-You'll discover new skills and
hone old ones
-You'll learn techniques for
supervising others
What's Available?
There are jobs ranging from
clerical to food service to semi-
skilled work such as graphic
design or computer program-
ming. Jobs are available in
every department: the MUG
Eateries and Commons, the
Scheduling Office, the Student
Organization Development Cen-
ter, and the North Campus
Commons. The Union offers
tremendous opportunity for
advancement to anyone who is
interested and demonstrates the
neccessary skills.
How Do I Apply?.
Go to the ground floor of the
Union and pick up an applica-
tion form at the hiring display in
the showcase right across from
the elevators, or come to Room
1310, the Administrative
Offices. Drop off your com-
pleted application there, and
we'll call you within the week.
There's a notebook full of job
descriptions for the open
positions in Room 1310 you can
look at, too.
Great benefits, great pay, and a
great experience are yours:
come work with us at the Union!
We are an equal opportunity, ti
affirmative action employer. (D/

Joe Jackson at
Hill Auditorium
ITh of ie of Majr[ Evnts
wfil be presenting Jnoe
Jackson with his 10 pic
band in concert TONIGHT,
eptemb!r 1 8 at 8PM in Hill
Aud it rium:
L"6 ; ' y so
f- ea nng hs specialhbrand of
music: some rck, same big~
band jazz, mayh c ome
regglae andH more e xotic
hybrid. Det~roit F ree Press
critic Garvy Grf id haai ls was
"the best rock 'n' rcll style
perforrmance to h~i town this
year." Be th ere i
Tickets are o n s ale no w at
the Mk I ~gj n Urnion Ticket
SfI fce. Fc r i ok et info rmation
u r to h aruge by ph 1n C 31a
/O2I3 K@@

Campus Service Day:
Your Chance to Help Others
(and have fun doing it)
Are you interested in getting involved in projects that will help
others, both on campus and in the community? On October 5,
S.E.R.V.E. will sponsor the first U-M Campus Service Day. This
will be your chance to work with other students on a one-time
service project in the community and also to meet representatives
from the agencies and organizations in our county that need volun-
"INTO THE STREETS" is the name of the morning's activities.
This is your opportunity to spend a couple of hours working with
other students in one of many service projects that have been set
up in the Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti area. You might spend time clean-
ing up a homeless shelter or doing fall window washing for the
elderly. You could be painting floors at the ecology center or
cleaning up the local recycling station. You will meet other active
students and provide valuable service to the community, all in one,
In the afternoon, come to the "SERVICE OPPORTUNITIiFAIR,"
your chance to meet representatives from approximatglf 50 com-
munity service agencies and social action groups tAt need volun-
teers. The Fair will be held in the Michigan Union Ballroom from
1-4 PM.
To take part in the INTO THE STRFI 'S part of the day, you must
sign up for a project. You may ev want to coordinate one: we
need you! To register, or to fi lout more about volunteer opportu-
nities in the area, please s'o" by the S.E.R.V.E. office, 2211
Michigan Union, or call 036-2437.
Help to make therhe first of many successful Campus Service

Hispanic Art
Featured in Art
In observance of
* Hispanic Heritage
Month, an exhibit
featuring Hispanic
artists is opening today
in the Art Lounge on
the first floor of the
The exhibit is being
held in cooperation
with Minority Student
Services and is the
perfect time to get to
know more about,
these unique and
exciting artists.
* 1

UServe the
" Community
Iand Earn
"U-M Credit!
Register NOW (but only until
September 271) for Project
community, a University of
* Michigan Service/Learning
a course offering credit in Soci-
ology 389 and Education 317
with over 30 placements in
o Health and Well-Being,
Education, Criminal Jus-
tice, and Chemical Depend-
3 Each project's field setting is
: complemented with a weekly
i seminar, a course pack, pa-
; pers, and a joumal. Two,
three, and four credit oppor-
u tunities are available and you
u need an override for enroll-
ment. For more information,
stop by 2205 Michigan Union,
Monday-Friday between 8
and 5, or call 763-3548.
Service and learning intersect
a at Project Community!






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' 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.



America Comes

University of Michigan Medical Center
Catherine MacAuley Medical Center
SAFE House - shelter for battered women and children
Assault Crisis Center
CSS Parent Aide Program

to the


Classical Indian

Celebrate Hispanic
Heritage Month! This is
your chance to buy
some beautiful clothing,
jewelry, and bags from
Ecuador, Peru, Mexico,
and Guatemala, all
brought to you by
Trader's Connection.
The sale is happening in
the Union ground floor
mall today through
Friday from 10am-5pm.
Proceeds support arts in
the Union.
for Every one
You have only two weeks left
to register for Artspace
workshops. Brochures are
available at CIC. The
program includes c\asses
and workspsWrhoptogra-
phy, drawing, ceramics,
batik, silkscreen printing, and

Hema Rajagopalan
Dance: An Exotic E

Monday - Friday, 11 am-2pm
Monday - Friday, 4-8pm
Saturday afternoon
Tuesday evening
Wednesday evening
Thursday evening
Friday, 9:30
Saturday, 9:30

Lunch is served: try our new menu
Happy Hour with low drink prices, great
munchies and the biggest TV screen on
The Big Game: U-M vs UCLA (if you can't be
there in person)
Live Band- Hippodrome
Jazz/Blues Forum- live band- Idyll Roomers
UAC Soundstage
New Music Night with DJ Tom Simonian
Reggae Night with DJ Tom Simonian

This is an art form which combines pure dance, facial expres-
sion, and mime as the dances tell stories based on sacred
epics six thousand years old. The dances blend the pag-
eantry of Eastern ritual, the discipline of an age-old dance
form, the complex rhythms of Indian music, the fantastic
heroism of great sagas, and the mysticism of Hinduism which
is tangible throughout.
Ragagopalan will bring her own musicians and, for those
unfamiliar with classic Indian culture, each dance is preceded
by an explanation of the story and the movements making the
event enjoyable for everyone.
Rajagopalan's Classical Indian Dance will take place on
Saturday, September 30 at 8:00 PM in Rackham Auditorium.
Tickets are $12.50 for adults and $8.50 for students with a
service charge where applicable. They are on sale now at the
Michigan Union Ticket Office and all TicketMaster outlets. To
charge by phone, call 763-TKTS. ! * * * * * * I


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 alcohol.



Michigan Union Ticket Office
On Sale Now!
Joe Jackson *"*"*"*
8-00pm at Hill Auditorium
I'm Not Rappaport
Winner of a Tony Award for
Best Play of 1986.
September 20-23
at Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre

Jackie Torrence
Saturday, September 23
7:30pm & 10:00pm at The Ark
The Pogues
Tuesday, September 26
8:00pm at Hill Auditorium
A Lie of the Mind
A caustic yet sensitive and up-
roarious drama rich in the
special language of Sam Shepard.
September 28-October 14
at Ann Arbor Civic Theater

Hema Rajagopalan
Classical dance of India com-
bines pure dance, facial
expression, and mime.
Saturday, September 30
" 8:00pm at Rackham Auditor-
Michael W. Smith
The Renaissance Man of con-
temporary Christian music.
Saturday, October 7
8:00pm at Hill Auditorium

Need a Quiet Place to Study?
You can set aside regular study
time by being a volunteer
monitor in the historic, peaceful
Michigan Union Study Lounge.
If you're interested, call the
Scheduling Office at 763-5911.



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