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Page 8 -The Michigan Daily - Monday, January 29, 1990

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The University of Michigan Union January 22 to January 28, 1990
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Here Comes Project Community Spend Your Spring Break North Campus Cormcns
Project Community is proud to recognize members of the Fall In Action. . . Has a Room f r You!
'89 student staff who are returning for another term of service- For Others
learning: Take a short trip Up North to enjoy the relaxing, beautiful
Were you planning to spend spring break relaxing in the sun? setting of North Campus. New facilities at NCC make it pos-
Chemical Dependency Criminal Justice Maybe hanging out in front of the soap operas? Why not try sible for everyone to find a good place to be. The upstairs
Kathleen Dohert Kim Anderson something new and exciting instead? S.E.R.V.E. is sponsoring dinin room is the perfect place to study (and eat). Hours are:
John Fohrman Sabrina Booth the chance of a lifetime, a chance to help others and have fun 3pm-11pm Monday-Friday
Jeanne Gray Dora Brantley all in the same week! In conjunction with Habitat for Humanity, 9am-10pm Saturday
Todd Roeske Amanda Carlson a national organization which works to improve living condi- 12no -
Prentice Zinn Chuck Ebel tions by making shelter a matter of conscience, you will be able Also are FREE meeting roo MSA-recognized
Wendy Lassen to travel to the western part of Michigan with other students to dent groups. Call Shelly at 4-7544 for rsations.
Education Jeff Maple build homes so desperately needed by families who have no
Chris Blanchar Kristen Merecki where to live. Habitat for Humanity believes that building ra- Newly extended building hours for North Campus mons
Sharon Car nter Laurence Polatsch tionships and communities is as important as building es, are:
Alizabeth Rosenberg and each project works to transcend boundaries of rye, status 7am-11pm Monday-Friday
Michael Shaw and culture through sharing a common goal. 9am-10pm Saturday
Health Marc Zeplin 12noon-9pm Sunday
Dan Fo erg Be part of this exceptionally rewarding experie ce! For more
Cheryl R lund Teaching Assistants information (and to volunteer!) please call th .E.R.V.E. office
Amy Shor Toni Caldwell at 936-2437, or stop by 2211 Michigan Uni n.
Susan Davis
Office Asslstan - Ronnie Tichener NOTE: February is National Wellness Mo th: volunteers are
Makanya Anderson needed for planned events throughout t month. Contact
Lynn Faustin SERVE for more information.
Jeremy Lobbezoo
Helping is a chain ReaCtion: Pass it along
Stop by the Project Community Office, 2205 Michigan Union, Hi
or call us at 3-3548 to find out how YOU can be on this list next
year.
Project Community:
where service and learning intersect.

Ribs Abound at MUG

North Campus has
NEW Coffee/Pastry Place

Dine at the U-Club for an
Elegant Lunch

How about something new and delicious for lunch? Imagine
this: a 4 oz. rib steak sandwich topped with cole slaw and
served on a toasted split-top whole wheat bun. Where to find
this delectable delight? Right where you were planning to go
anyway: the Union. Find the best food at the MUG, all those
great food places on the first floor of the Union.
The NIB Buffet:
Making Wednesdays Special
The NIB Eateries and Commons has a special lunchtime
buffet every week on Wednesdays. How convenient for
those of you who work near the North Ingalls Building. But
for only $4.95 per person, it's worth the walk from just about
anyplace!

There you are, sipping Hazelnut Creme coffee and nibbling on
your beignet, just two minutes from Music School or all those
engineering buildings. The list of specialty coffees and gourmet
teas is impressive: how about I Love Lemon (Herbal) or Rasp-
berry Royale (with caffeine) tea or Chocolate Irish Creme De-
cafe or Hard Bean Guatemala (not decaf) coffee? You can have
capuccino topped with shaved chocolate or whipped cream or
just a plain orange glaze roll. To find all this feasting, just walk
down the main hallway of the new addition to North Campus
Commons: it's right there by the bus stop. (PS: a beignet is a
luscious New Orleans version of a cloud-like donut, but better.)

Lunch at the U-Club is out of the ordinary and must be
sampled to be appreciated. This restaurant, on the first floor of
the Union, is the place to meet your special friends and associ-
ates for a well-prepared and well-served meal. There are
flowers on the table and waitstaff who know how to serve you
without dropping the forks.
imagine enjoying these treats: Cajun Crawfish or Fried Zuc-
chini for an appetizer, then a Chicken Salad Supreme, moving
on to the Pasta Primavera or Trout Almondine or Char-Broiled
Swordfish, ending up with Southern Pecan Pie with Chantilly
Sauce. This does NOT sound like all those other places! Or, if
you want to be low on calories and high on fiber, dig into the
U-Club's sumptuous salad bar.
Drop by the U-Club some day soon from 11:30 to 1:30 week-
days. Call 763-4648 for reservations. This is a private club for
students, faculty, staff, and alumni and their invited guests.
Only members of legal drinking age may purchase alcohol.

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Music to Celebrate
Black History Month
The Arts are an integral part of Black History Month, and you
can celebrate their magic every Thursday in February. This
week, on February 1, hear David Jackson, a School of Music
student from Texas, play music for trombone from 12:15-12:45
in the Pendleton Room on the second floor of the Union. The
music is FREE: first enjoy some lunch (at the MUG, of.course)
and then enjoy some trombone!

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Eclipse JazZ
Needs Your Vibe
Do you have talent, drive, m
abilities), a devotion to jazz,
just want to learn more abot
form? Then you should be r
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campus. If yoik are intereste
production, graphic arts, put
artists, learning about jazz, c
music...then b1 part of Eclip
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Java an Jazz:
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al interests (and maybe even
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a quintessential American art-
of Eclipse Jazz, the group that
happens musically on this
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tions, booking, meeting jazz
st hearing some great live
To find out more, call 763-

On salevnow763-TKTS
Open every day
Hungarian State Folk Ensemble
A dazzling kaleidoscope of color and sound,
Wednesday, January 31
8:00 - Hill Auditorium
A Lesson from Aloes
South African author Athol Fugard has written a complelling
portrait of a society caught in the grip of a police state
Thursday, February 1-Saturday, February 17
8:00 - Ann Arbor Civic Theatre
The St. Olaf Choir
The international measure of excellence in a capella singing
Saturday, February 3
8:00 - Hill Auditorium
Voice of the Turtle
Featuring an astonishing array of instruments from the Near
and Middle East as well as Medieval and Renaissance Europe
Saturday, February 3
8:00 - Hillel
Warsaw Philharmonic
This world-renowned ensemble will feature pianist Zoltan
Kocsis, hailed for his brilliantly original performances
Wednesday, February 7
8:00 - Hill Auditorium
Faculty Artists Concert
We're proud to present these faculty members from the U-M
School of Music
Sunday, February 11
4:00 - Rackham Auditorium
Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra
An "absolutely first class" performance

Monday-Friday, 4-8
Happy Hour, where the drinks, munchies, old
reruns and general ambience are truly GREAT
Monday Evening
Yay!! It's time for Monday Night Football!!!

Tuesday Evening
Movie Night: "After Hours" 9:30pm
Wednesday Evening
Live Band: "Steve Nardella
Thursday Evening
UAC Soundstage, 9:30 - Opposums and Anne Be Davis
Friday Evening
New Music Night with DJ Tom Simonian,
10:00

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Monday-Friday, 11-2
How about lunch at The U-Club?

Saturday Evening
Tom Simonian, 10:00

Reggae Night with DJ

In recognition of Black History Month, Eclipse Jazz is pleased
to announce the continuation of its highly successful Java and
Jazz Free Coffeehouse Series. The FREE java (actually
gourmet coffee) is supplie by the Michigan Union's Corner
Market and the FREE ja $s supplied this week by the Griot
Galaxy with Jaribu Sh ad on bass, Tani Tabbal on percussion,
and James Carter o s The coffeehouse will materialize out
of what is otherwis Ichigan Union Tap Room on Sunday,
February 4 from food and beverages are available, so
stop by and h erme listening to some of the Detroit
area's best "s. You will even be able to learn
some ow and why they do what they do

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. ID required.
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