The University of Michigan Union North Campus Commons
October 1 to October 7, 1990
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Participate in Student Theater Opportunities
Would you like to build sets for theatrical productions? Do you want to
spend time acting in the spotlight?
The Student Theater Arts Compl A vcated hletic
Campus, can provide you with th ities. uses a
scene shop, costume shop, thre s duction
office. Primary users of STAC arkW ce
theater as extracurricular activitytShow,
The Gilbert and Sullivan Society,
Other groups mount productions '
As one student who has been a set
builder said, "Doing shows at Sle new
world of theater to me but the so at I b
learning and making friends in the
If you would like to become involved with the work at STAG, please
call 764-7585 for more information.
On Sale NOW! Monday to Friday
Call 763-TKTS Lunch is served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Open every day
Add Some Fun
~Classes to Your
This semester's mini-courses,
sponsored by University
Actities Center (UAC), are
about to begin. But it is not too
ate to register for these exciting
classes. To obtain course
schedules and registrationm
information, please call'
ir you would rather have some
hands-on experience in the arts,
the Artspace's workshops may fit
your needs, To receive a copy
of the fall schedule or learn more
about the ofasses, please call
Concert Series Begins
with Monty Carter
The Concert of the Month, the
first of this season's series,
features Monty Carter, a senior
in the U-M School of Music.
Pianist Carter will perform
selections composed by
Rachmaninoff, Liszt, and
Chopin. The concert wIll be held
tomorrow at 8 p.m. in the
Pendleton Room. There is no
During the 1990 summer, Project Community received a grant from
the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to expand and diversify the community
service programs offered for student volunteers.
In concert with students, Project Community staff will create the
TRAINED VOLUNTEER CORPS (TVC). The TVC will be comprised
of four student divisions, each committed to working with and on
behalf of a "vulnerable" population: homeless people, elderly, at-risk
youth, and illiterate adults.
Student leaders are needed to help form these four divisions. If you
are interested in working with one of these at-risk populations, and
poised for leadership responsibility, please contact the TVC staff at
BecmeAct inth An ArbrCm uiy
It's October once again! And we are finally settling into a routine of
classes, schedules, and homework. Now that our lives are seemingly
in order, it's a good time to start looking at the community around us
and finding ways to become involved. If you've started to get that
"Volunteer Itch" - and we hope it's contagious - stop by or call the
Project S.E.R.V.E. Office, 2211 Michigan Union (936-2437) and we'll
point you in the right direction.
Meanwhile, follow the crowd in the 16th Annual Washtenaw County
C.R.O.P. Walk for the hungry. Once again, people from all over the
county will participate in this 10K walk to raise funds for local and
overseas hunger relief organizations. The C.R.O.P. Walk will be held
on Sunday, October 7 in Ann Arbor. To obtain more information, or a
walker packet, contact Anita at S.E.R.V.E.
Project Community welcomes
back the student volunteer coor-
dinators who are returning to us
for their second (or third or
fourth) term. Thanks again for
your commitment to community
Health and Well-Being
A special welcome back to
Education School Teaching
Assistant Nancy Staub, return-
ing for a third term, and to
Sociology Teaching Assistant
Toni Caldwell, returning for a
Alan Ginsberg & Jim Carroll
Alan Ginsberg is the "beat poet"
of his generation.
Friday, October 5 at 8:00 p.m.
"A Night of Fusion"
Presented by Jazz Dance
Friday, October 5 at 8:00pm
Saturday, October 6 at 8:00pm
Sunday, October 7 at 2:00pm
Frank Morgan Duo with
Winton Marsalis said of Frank
Morgan,"There is no one around
who is better on the alto saxo-
Saturday, October 6 at
8:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m.
This virtuoso guitarist, singer,
and songwriter is an innovator of
the steel-string guitar.
Friday, October 19 at 8:00 p.m.
She has Bette Midler's outra-
geous humor and Tom Lehrer's
Saturday, October 20 at
7:30 p.m. and 10:00 p.m.
This new-age pianist is best
known for his albums "Autumn",
"Winter into Spring", and
Sunday, October 21 at 7:30 p.m.
A Gathering of Friends
George Shearing, one of the
world's greatest jazz and popular
pianists, joins his old friends and
colleagues, Grammy A ward-
winning blues singer Joe
Williams and cele
guitar virtuoso J. r
Song Sisters Hallo
Children will enjoy this festive
Halloween concert, complete
with special songs and stories.
Sunday, October 28 at
1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m.
The 10,000 Maniacs trademark
folk-rock sound integrates their
British rock and Caribbean influ-
ences with elements of country,
folk, and bluegrass.
Friday, November 2 at 8:00 p.m.
University Musical Society-
Order tickets for all events by
House Music with
Free pizza (regular and
vegetarian) served from
5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
UAC Soundstage: Holy Cows
Free pizza (regular and
vegetarian) served from
5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Entertainer Michael Hedges will perform at Power Center
on Friday, October 19 at 8pm. This concert is presented
by the Office of Major Events.
Michael Hedges made his debut as a guitarist, but he has
since established himself as a formidable singer and
songwriter as well. To the rich, harmonic palette as well
as the signature string hammering and pulling techniques
that studded his virtuosic debut, Breakfast in the Field,
this visionary musician grafted added nuance and power
to achieve a landmark in acoustic guitar music with his
Grammy-nominated successor, Aerial Boundaries.
After the release of his vocal debut album, Watching My
Life Go By, Hedges began planning a live album that
could capture all facets of his work; Live on the Double
Plant achieved that goal.
Critics express admiration of Hedges' style. For instance,
Dan Forte, critic for Guitar Player Magazine said,
"...Michael Hedges has established himself as a true inno-
vator of the steel-string guitar.
oncert tickets are available at the Michigan Union Ticket
Office. To obtain ticket information, or to charge by
phone, call 763-TKTS.
Lear About Account Services for Your Group
Student Organization Account Services (SOAS) would like your
group to open (or reactivate) their SOAS account.
The first step in the process is to register your organization with
Michigan Student Assembly (MSA) and receive recognition by
MSA. This recognition is valid from September 1 of one year
through September 30 of the next year, so your organization
must register with MSA at the begnning of each school year.
Registration forms are available in the offices of SOAS (Room
G513) and MSA (Room 3909).
Once your SOAS account is open, you may want to relearn the
account services available to your group. SOAS's workshop on
the in's and out's of using account services can assist you with
The workshop will be held In the Michigan Union's Wolverine
Room on October 4 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and will be
repeated from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
If you have any questions, please call the SOAS Office at
Add Style to Your Next Meeting orParty
Did you know any MSA-recognized group can meet in
elegantly decorated Michigan Union or North Campus Com-
mons room? You and your organization's members do not have
to meet in a dorm room (making you feel like sardines) or in a
vacant lot (causing you to freeze - it gets cold soon). Some
Union rooms have a fireplace, others are historically significant,
and all are convenient to everyone on campus. You can even
arrange for catering, AV services, or directional signs for a fee.
Hold your next meeting, party, retreat, or important gathering
in a Michigan Union or North Campus Commons meeting room.
To reserve a room, stop by the scheduling Office, 1400 Michi-
gan Union, or the North Campus Commons Business Office,
weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday to Friday
Happy Hour is held from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
New Music Night with DJ Tom
Live Band: Assembly Required
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.
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, avail-
able for all U-M students, is sponsored by the Student Organization
Development Center and North Campus Commons.
The peoplepower seminar will be held on Saturday, October 6,
a.m. to 4 p.m. at North Campus Commons. Andy zenter, le
ship specialist and president of Peopletech, will the se
For more information, stop by the SC
or call 763-5900. Register NOW! M
from 9 Project Community is a U-M
ader- service-learning course offering
minar. credit in Sociology 389 and .
Education 317 with more than 40
Union, field placements in the following
areas: Chemical Dependency,
Criminal Justice, Education,
Environmental Advocacy, and
Health & Well- Being.
Each project's field setting is
complemented with a weekly
seminar, a course pack, papers,
and a journal. Two, three, and
four credit opportunities are
available and can be added until
September 26. An override is
required for enrollment. For
more information, stop by the
Project Community Office (2205
Michigan Union), Monday
through Friday between 8 a.m.
and 5 p.m., or call 763-3548.