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The University of Michigan Union North Campus Commons
September 17 to September 23, 1990

Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha!
Laugh it up with Jerry Seinfeld and help support SADD
The Pontiac Comedy Caravan featuring JERRY SEINFELD, voted
"Funniest Male Comic" at the 1988 American Comedy Awards, will
perform on Thursday, September 27 in the Power Center at 8 p.m. A
portion of this show's proceeds will be donated to benefit Students
Against Drunk Driving (SADD).
With an intelligent and subtle style, Jerry Seinfeld has gone against
the trend of stand-up comedians who favor style over substance.
Instead, Seinfeld has chosen to concentrate on his material.
Seinfeld, who David Letterman said is "easily one of the best stand-up
comedians", had his first TV special "Jerry Seinfeld's Stand-up
Confidential" seen on HBO in 1987-88. This year Seinfeld created his
own series of five prime time comedy specials, "The Seinfeld Chron-
icles".
U-M student with id may obtain specially priced tickets for this show,
presented by University Activities Center and the Office of Major
Events, at the Michigan Union Ticket Office. To obtain ticket informa-
tion or to charge tickets by phone, call 763-TKTS.

Take an Art Break
Take some time off from studying to enjoy free programs sponsored
by Arts and Programming. These special programs, which are offered
throughout the year, include:

Arts at Midday
Most Thursdays from 12:15 to 12:45 in t)
a variety of classical music, jazzd
and discussion.
Concert of the Month'
The first Tuesday of.
Semester Specia
A special prese
from groups 5uy
Art Loungeo
A newex
studn
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Pendleton Room featuring
ormance, poetry readings,
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Adshop

Union will soon have
Pizza!Pizza!
Renovations have begun in the
Michigan Union's lower level
food court to prepare for the
oponing of a new restaurant
which will be part of the world's
largest carry-out pizza chain,
Detroit-based Little Caesars.
Michael Ilitch, founder a .h r-
man of the board of Litt .
Caesars Pizza, said, " h ,
University of Michiga .,
vibrant and exciting §tt
and we look forward to serving
the students and faculty on cam-
pus. We are very happy to be a
part of the Michigan Union."
The Little Caesars Pizza Station
menu will include pizza sold by
the slice or whole pie, Baby
Pan Pan!, Crazy Crust, Crazy
Br salads, five pasta dishes,
esan, and Vhicken

Brunch Before the
Home Games
On your way to
Stadium, ma
U-Club in t 'c i nl
On homeo' a d ,
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breakfast entre
muffins, fresh fruits, juices,
cheeses, assorted salads,
pastas, vegetables, desserts,
and a variety of beef, chicken
and seafood dishes.
The brunch is priced at $8.95
per person. For reservations,
please call 763-4648.
NIB Offers New Daily
Luncheon Specials

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featuring special toppings. cial mid-week lu e
following daily lu
Frank Cianciola, Director of the cials:
Michigan Union/Student Pro- Monday Lasagn
grams! NCC said, "We think Tuesday Meatlo and ashed
Little Caesars is a quality Potatoes
organization made up of q I' ednesday Macaroni and
people and we look forw . eese with Ham
them joining our team." -- ursday Spaghetti and Meat-
Its
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s hard to find a better barg1n
s: R forlunch than the NIB's $2.95
-' daily specials. Come in and
sample the special meals.

Come To the Volunteer
Opportunities Fair
They need YOU! On Tuesday,
September 25, from 11 a.m. to 3
p.m. on the Diag, meet represen-
tatives from more than 50
community service agencies and
social action groups that need
volunteers. By giving even just
an hour a week, you can help
someone in need and learn
about yourself as well as others.
Information will be available
about on-going volunteer
opportunities, one-time projects
for student organizations, and
campus events such as Service
Spring Break.
U-M students have a long
tradition of caring about social
issues and helping others, and
this is YOUR chance to be part
of it. No matter where your
interests lie, there is sure to be
an organization that can use
your helping hands. Get
involved - stop by the third
annual Volunteer Opportunities
Fair, sponsored by S.E.R.V.E.
To obtain more information
.about volunteer opportunities in
the area, please stop by the
Project S.E.R.V.E. office, 2211
Michigan Union, or call 936-
2437.

South of the Border Crafts a
Enjoy across the border's harvest of i cua-
dor, Mexico, Peru, and Brazil. Sam e we tars,
scarves, gloves, and socks, 10Q0/ o exan
blankets and pullovers, and ha ma silver
jewelry. Be sure to check it out b so u'll have first
choice of these exotic goodies. , the 21st.
Proceeds from this craft sale usr a in the Union.
And in celebration of Hispani9£ rtage n , two Latino artists,
Ramon Hill and Nora. Me'ni , will ibit painting and sculpture from
September 14 until Octobe in t ichigan Union Art Lounge.
The exhibit is just one 0 th e erings sponsored by Arts and Program-
ming and Minority Student Services during Hispanic Heritage Month.
Check with one of these offices for details of other special programs
for September.

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Survival Skills for Student Organizations
For new officers, starting their group's activities for the year can be a
stressful experience. The survival skills workshops will provide
answert to questions like:
"How does a group get recognized by MSA?"
"How do I establish an account with SOAS?"
"Where do I go to reserve a meeting room?"
The workshop will be held on Monday, September 17 from 7 p.m. to 8
p.m. in the Wolverine Room and repeated on Thursday, September 27
from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the Kuenzel"Room.
To register for "Survival Skills for Student Organizations", please stop
by the Michigan Union office of one of the workshop's sponsors: MSA
(Room 3909), SOAS (Room G513), SODC (Room 2202), and Sched-
uling (Room 1400).
Earn while you learn!
The Michigan Union and North Campus Commons offer a variety of
part-time jobs to complement your schedule. Just to mention a few
openings, we are looking for students for clerical, receptionist, room
set-up, food service, maintenance, and building manager positions.
Stop by Room 1310 Michigan Union and browse through the descrip-
tions in the Job Book. There's sure to be a place for you at the Union!

Student Organization Leaders:

Follow this formula to make this your group's best year yet!
1. When corporations and other organizations need a shot of new life,
they pay big bucks for the services of professional organizational
consultants. Your student organization has a staff of professional or-
ganizational consultants right here--for FREE!
If you need help gearing up for fall, reorganizing, setting agendas and
goals, or anything else to make your group a success, visit the
STUDENT ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT CENTER. SODC,
located in room 2202 Michigan Union, has a staff of professional and
peer organizational consultants whose mission is to help make your
cocurricular experience at Michigan as successful as possible. Stop
by for SODC's walk-in hours from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, or
schedule an appointment. For a full list of their services, or for more
information, please call 763-5900.
2. Remember to register or re-register your group through MSA, the
Michigan Student Assembly. All this takes is completing a form and
getting five signatures from students in your group. Return the finished
form to room 3909 Michigan Union.
3. Registering your group with MSA entitles you to a Student Organi-
zation Account. Call the Student Organization Account Service
{BOAS) at 763-5767 for details.

Learn to make a creative difference
At peoplepower, the first fall leadership seminar, participants will learn
about building teams, working with diverse leadership styles, and
more! This dynamic, fun, creative leadership experience, available for
all U-M students, is sponsored by the Student Organization Develop-
ment Center and North Campus Commons.
The peoplepower seminar will be held on Saturday, October 6, from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. at North Campus Commons. Andy Mozenter, leader-
ship specialist and president of Peopletech, will facilitate the seminar.
For more information, stop by the SODC office, 2202 Michigan Union,
or call 763-5900. Register NOWI
Add Project Community to Your Fall Schedule
Are you thinking about career directions and want to explore some new
ideas? Do you think you would like to work with a particular population
or in a certain setting? Would you like to be of service to the commu-
nity, maybe to children or the elderly? Are you feeling the usual class-
room experience is getting really OLD? Project Community offers many
options to make learning (and earning academic credits) truly mean-
ingful.
One rewarding experience can be AFTER-SCHOOL TUTORING and
games with children at risk of falling through the educational cracks.
We work with kids from three low-income housing sites, meeting with
them at Angell and Lawton schools and at Green-Glacier Community
Center. These are group projects, which means all U-M students at a
site work together twice a week. Things are never dull!
Some quotes from Project Community participants:
"After meeting with the children yesterday and seeing how excited they
got to be with the tutors, I feel great that I'm involved..."
"[A community social worker]...told us about the political problems,
drug programs, and a great deal of other things. It was kind of a quick
socialization... I think the tutors and I benefitted a great deal from it."
To learn more about these service activities, please come to the
Project Community Office, 2205 Michigan Union.

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