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Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, February 5, 1W3O

The University of Michigan Union February 5 to February 11, 1990


What Can YOU Do?

The life of a student is a busy one. But, somewhere in between
the exams, papers, basketball games and parties, there's a good
chance you might have the time to help someone else. You can
tutor illiterate adults, rock babies in the children's hospital,
work in a shelter for the homeless, become a big brother or
sister...the possibilites are endless. S.E.R.V.E. works with stu-
dents in various ways by providing on-going volunteer place-
ments, one-time service projects, information about campus
and community social action groups, independent study and
research opportunities, and a special elderly outreach program.
Whether you have an hour a month or an hour a week,
S.E.R.V.E. can help you find a volunteer experience that is both
interesting and rewarding. For more information (and to
volunteer!) please call the S.E.R.V.E. office at 936-2437, or stop
by 2211 Michigan Union.
NOTE: February is National Wellness Month: volunteers are
needed for planned events throughout the month. Contact
S.E.R.V.E. for more information.
Dine at NIB and
Forget the Brown
Have you tried the noon
buffet at the NIB Eateries and
Commons yet? No?? Well,
this Wednesday is your big
chance. This special
lunchtime treat is at the
North Ingalls Building, and
it's only $4.95 per person.
Just say NO to peanut butter
and jelly!

Electronic Music is
an Art, Too
Arts at Mid-day is present-
ing programs in honor of
Black History Month, and
this week you will have a
chance to hear some non-
traditional music. Stephen
Michael Newby will discuss
and illustrate his special
electronic music composi-
tions on Thursday, February
8 from 12:15-12:45 in the
Pendleton Room on the
second floor of the Union.
After a quick and delicious
lunch at the MUG or the U-
Club, stop by for some very
interesting new sounds. It's

Black American
Composers Fea-
Each month, Arts and
Programming presents a
free concert featuring
exciting young performers
from our area. In honor of
Black History month,
February's Concert of the
Month will present Timothy
Young, baritone, accom-
panied by Steven Gath-
man, pianist. They will per-
form music by Black
American composers as
well as music by Ravel,
Brahms, Vaughan Williams,
and Mozart. You won't
want to miss this diverse
and inspiring program,
Thursday, February 6 at
8:00 in the Pendleton
Room on the second floor
of the Union.

North Campus
Commons Has
North Coast Jazz
Northcoast is the U-M's 19-
piece Big Band with the
authentic jazz sound,
recently returned from a
triumphant European tour
which included the Mon-
treaux and Ozone Jazz
Festivals. This acclaimed
group has offspring. The
Northcoast Combos are 6-
person ensembles which
are ideal for small
venues...such as the Jazz
Cafe at North Campus
Commons. This Thursday,
February 8, at 8:00 is your
opportunity to hear a
combo in action. This will
be great music; and you
can sit and sip something
good while listening. So:
Jazz Cafe, this Thursday,
be there!

Java and Jazz
Did you know you can sit
and sip gourmet coffee
(FREE) and listen to gour-
met jazz (FREE) without
even travelling to New Or-
leans? In recognition of
Black History Month,
Eclipse Jazz is once again
sponsoring its highly suc-
cessful Java and Jazz Free
Coffeehouse Series. The
java is courtesy of the
Michigan Union's Corner
Market and the jazz, this
week, is courtesy of the
Eddie Russ Duo. Russ is a
prominent local jazz
master whose piano
playing is highly regarded
by everyone who hears
him. The coffeehouse will
be held in the Michigan
Union Tap Room on Sun-
day, February 11 from 4-
7pm. Food and bever-
ages are available in
addition to the coffee.
You will even be able to
learn some of the details
on how jazz works and
how jazz musicians make it
all happen during a half-
hour FREE workshop. Stop
by and have a great time
listening to some more of
the Detroit area's best jazz


A Glimpse into Another Life

The February issue of "The Criminal Justice and Chemical
Dependency Chronicle: Students and Coordinators Write
About Their Project Community Experiences" is available
today in the Project Community Office. The following is an
excerpt from the February issue, written by Clear House and
Growth Works student volunteer coordinator Kathleen
As far as site is concerned, I want to remember Rachel
telling me about all her past experiences-ones I'd only read
about. Needing to stay in an abusive relationship (or any
boy-girl relationship for that matter), trouble in school
because of trouble at home, wanting to commit suicide, run-
ning away, sex for love. People are really behind every one
of those statistics that I read and that is alarming. I want to
remember my feeling of being overwhelmed-how can any
one person have so many problems? I want to remember
the trailer she is living in--a home the size of what some
people camp in for a weekend. How can you get privacy in
a place so small and in a neighborhood that is so scary and
Project Community offers over 30 site placements in Chemi-
cal Dependency, Criminal Justice, Education, and Health
Care. Stop by our office at 2205 Michigan Union or call us at
3-3548 for more information.
Project Community: where your learning makes a difference.
FREE Computer Accounts for
Student Groups

On sale now
Open every day

* 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
* Warsaw Philharmonic
This world-renowned
ensemble will feature
pianist Zoltan Kocsis, hailed
for his brilliantly original
Wednesday, February 7
8:00 - Hill Auditorium
Faculty Artists Concert
We're proud to present
these faculty members
from the U-M School of
Sunday, February 11
4:00 - Rackham Auditorium

Stuttgart Chamber

An "absolutely first class"
Friday, February 16
8:00 - Rackham Auditorium
* "La Boheme"
The New York City Opera
National Company's
production of one of Puc-
cini's best-loved operas
Saturday, February 17 and
Sunday, February 18
8:00 Saturday, 2:00 and
8:00 Sunday - Power
" Leonard Fein
Author of Where Are We?
The Inner Life of American
Tuesday, February 20
7:30 - Hillel


One of the best things about
being part of a MSA-recog-
nized student organization is
that SOAS offers you an MTS
request account at no charge.
MTS can be used for:
*Conferencing on campus
*Messaging around the world
*Access to many database
* Printing magazines and

Apply for an MTS account at
the SOAS Office, G513
Michigan Union, or call 763-
5767 for more information.
P.S.- Your student group
does not need to have an
SOAS account in order to get
an MTS account through

Monday-Friday, 11-2
Lunch at The U-Club is
always a treat!
Monday-Friday, 4-8
Join us for Happy Hour and
experience some
truly awesome nachos
Monday Evening
Happy Hour Movie at 7:00
"Animal House"
$1.50 after 6:00
Tuesday Evening
Live Band:
Groovy Stress Merchants
Wednesday Evening
UAC Laughtrack,

Friday Evening
New Music Night
with DJ Tom Simonian,
Saturday Evening
Reggae Night
with DJ Tom Simonian,
"""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."""


Mission Impossible
and Fully Loaded


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