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Page 10 -The Michigan Daily -Monday, September 10, 1990

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The University of Michigan Union

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North Campus Commons0
September 10 to September 16, 1990

Get Involved

Diag Explodes with Festifall Friday

Thistle & Shamrock Concert Tour 1990

ou know that the secret to having a successful and memorable college
perience lies in getting involved in cocu lar activities? Find out WHY
and HOW from experienced students w ill show you how to make
most of your days and nights at the ty of Michigan. You ted
to attend a session being held in or near your residence hall from -
8:45pm, with a grand finale on Friday. Note these dates and locations:
Tuesday, Sep ber 11: Bursley, East Quad and Mosher Jordan
Wednesday, S epteier 12: Alice Lloyd, Couzens and West Quad
Thursday, September 13: Barber/New , Markley, South Quad and
Stockwell
Friday, September 14: FESTIFALL on the Diag, 11am to 4pm
Ask a front desk of your hall for the exact location of the program.
lWc information, please contact the Student Organization Development
C rat 763-5900.
This program is geared to first year students ugh any student may attend.

Over 100 student organizations and university artments will fill the Diag
this Friday from 1lam to 4pm J enterta ation, and activities
designed to get YOU to r import volved in student
organizations.
Co-curricular activities -anyng ou do o 4 lassroom that adds to
your experience and knowledge reat oppo 'es to learn and grow.
By joining a student organiz learn to be a leader, to dance, to
cook, to recycle, to fence to fly. can meet people with
the same religious or a ha very least, you will
succeed in expanding yo experien ji6 ging your life.
Take some time to explore du ing Festifall.
How do I establish an account with SOAS?
The Student Organization Accounts Service (SOAS) is presenting workshops
to help members of student organizations get ready for the new school year:

The Office of Major Events in cooperation with WDET presents the
Thistle & Shamrock Concert Tour 1990 on Friday, September 14, at
8pm in Rackham Auditorium.
Following the sell-out success of last year's tour, Fiona Ritchie will
lead a 1990 concert tour of four noted Scottish artists from her popular
radio series. Keynote performer,-Doug ie MacLean, is internationally
known for his haunting songs and superb fiddle play e is one of
today's best-loved Scottish performers and has attr al
following throughout the British Isles, Australia and
Sheena Wellington's crystal clear renditions of Scott
drawing much attention - both in Scotland and the ited States.
David Allison is a truly innovative guitarist with an e th for the
music of his native Scotland and for music from bro hout the world.
"Piper Extraordinaire" Gordon Duncan, afeat t with the
Tannahill Weavers, will add much excitemer {o oup. These
Dunkeld Artists will be accompanied by M edy and
Graeme Hughes on back-up vocals, guitars y boards.
Tickets are now on sale at the Michigan Union Ticket Office and all
Ticketmaster outlets. Charge your tickets by phone- 763-TKTS.

Dates: Thursday, September 13
Tuesday, September 25
Thursday, October 4

Emerging Leaders

First Year Students

Times: 2pm to 4pm
5pm to 6:30pm

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Yes No
_ _Interested in knowing what type of leader you are?
Care to learn time and stress management tips?
Want to learn more about the university?
Want to make new friends?
If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, then the Emerging
Leaders program is for you!
Emerging Leaders is an eight week "non-credit" leadership course covering
topics such as time/stress management, communication skills and leadership
style assessment. We meet Tuesday evenings, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm, between
September 11 - October 30. North Campus and Main Campus sites are
available: select the one which best fits your schedule or living situation!
You will be assigned to a small group, led by your Group Leader, a trained
upperclass student, who wishes to assist in your development of "survival"
skills and leadership development.
Interested students must complete an information sheet available in SODC,
2202 Michigan Union, by September 11 (that's tomorrow!)
VOLUNTEER... What you get back is immeasurable!
ing a difference in the lives of others on campus
.E.R.V.E. is the program for you. S.E.R.V.E.
(St ally Rewarding Volunteer Experiences) is a program at
U-M thstudents with 150 community service and social action
groups. ay choose to tutor illiterate adults, to rock babies in the
children's hospital, to work at a homeless shelter, to become a big brother or
big sister... and there are many other chances to help. Whatever your interests
and skills, there is an agency or individual that needs YOU!
S.E.R.V.E. offers on-going volunteer placements, one-time service projects
for groups of students, information about local and national campus and com-
munity-social action groups, a Service Spring Break Program, and S.E.R.V.E.
Week: a celebration of community service at U of M. If you are interested in
any of these volunteer or social action opportunities, please stop by the
S.E.R.V.E. office at 2211 Michigan Union, or call 936-2437.
We are also in the process of taking applications for our S.E.R.V.E. Board for
1990/91. Please stop by the office for more information on how you can
become part of the leadership of S.E.R.V.E.
Also:
UPCOMING TRAININGS: The following agencies are conducting training/
orientation for this term during the nonth of September. If you are interested
in any of them, please contact the S.E.R.V.E. office as soon as possible.
University of Michigan Medical Center
Catherine McAuley Medical Center
SAFE House - a shelter for battered women and children
Assault Crisis Center
Washtenaw Literacy
Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center
SOS Community Crisis Center
Washtenaw Area Council for Children - Child Care Project
Earn Class Credit for Making a Difference
in the World
Project Community is a University of Michigan service-learning course
offering credit in Sociology 389 and Education 317 with over 40 field
placements in the following areas:

Place: Wolverine Room, Michigan Union .
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Remember: All student organizations must be recognized by the Michigan
Student Assembly (MSA), 3909 Michigan Union, by September 30th before
opening or reactivating SOAS accounts.
September is Hispan ic Heritage Mont
Friday, September 14, H1spani Heritg Munt will sta with 1 bag.
Pin Thomas, a Puerto Rican poet, author and activist wml ofter a cOin-
cert of poetry and prose Creative Flws Nor Pace and ustie" at
7:00pm mn the Union ballroom, On Sunday, 6:O0pm at Bursluy Hals
Cafeteria, youm have the opportunity to tfk with Thomas, athor of
"Down These Mean Streets," spiritual survivor of hard core life in
Span'sh Har em, and 'iterary advocate for positive self-affirmationas
lerting f rom vhe t n ochaetoSr gid
Arts antd Programmningi is sponsoring a very significant eCement cf
Hispanic Heritage Month the dispay of the art work of artist Nora
Mendoza' and Ran Hil in the Michigan Unron Art Lounge. Mendoza
is known for her art work cummissienud by Cesar Chavez for "Children
In The Field Programs" in 1oW7. Mendoza speaks for much Latinor
history including the migrant farm worker, women and family in
situations that speak for Latino history and issues. Ramon Hill wiHl e
round out the exhibit with his sculpture, cornprised of oudy parts and
geometnrc planes. Hill's work reveals more fantastical elements which
show agony such as that of the situatidn in El Salvador.
Up North
For those of you who feel "stranded" on North Campus, fear not! The
North Campus Commons has e'veryting fro' textbooks for your
classes to Thai food for your dining enjoyment. There are alsoh
meeting rooms available at no charge to MSA recognized student
organizations. And if that isn't enough, the new NCC Computing Site
on the Lower Level of the North Wing is scheduled to open soon for
use by ALL students.
And r the de ang d in th urse and
is open 11:30am 5:00 . Enjoy p1 1 es at $3. eaturing
an asso f Thai nd nese speciales unique set ing.
Seating ava e, o ou take your foo ith you. When you
have w k to d e w puting Site ha er 100 computers
(featuri the Ma h fo se of you with no-fear) to help
you. te will b pen fromeilbe
expanding to 24 hour service later in the fall term.
Add all of this to the Common Denominator Snack Bar, the Bookstore,
the U of M Credit Union, and all of our other services, and you have
the heart of the North Campus: the North Campus Commons. We are
located at the corner of Murfin and Bonisteel (at the bus stop) and we
are open weekdays 7am - 11pm, Saturday 9am - 11pm, Sunday 12 noon -
10pm. Stop in and check us out!

Thistle& Sharnrock tour 1990
'raikhamAuditorium
FOur noted Sc c htXh m,;siciaos
rvith oriin Iblnd :of singn,
songwritig and colrlpoIn of
haunt/ing elodies, extraordinary
fiddlirkg, ipin, and song.
An Evenoing of Comedy and
Magic with the Motor City
Comedy Revue
Saturday, Sept. 15, 8pm
Hill Auditorium
A group of LDtrit area nua
cians and magicians featuriny
Norma Z agr, Kenny Adams,
Downtown Tony Brown and The
Trop)icalConnrection Sand.
Funny Gay Males
Saturday, Sept. 15, 7:30 pn &
I pn ┬░The Ark
"'Tgnther, the Panny Gay Ma les
provide distinctly gayiavord
humnor with universal appl ':1
The Funny Gay Males arei"
-The Village Voice
Jackie Torrence
Sunday, Sept. 16, 1pm, 3pm,
and 8pm The Ark
A storyte4er who is a masterful
weaver of the iaination .
The Marcia Bal Band
Friday, Sept. 21, 7:30pm and
1 Opm The Ark
Austin's Queen of the Key-
boards, faturing honky-tonk
rhythm and blues piao.
Buskin & Batteau
Saturday, Sept. 22, 7:30pm
10pm The Ark
Tour d force performers for the
Iast five years, they have been
active and exceedinyly success
ful creating TV commercials
(Chevy Trucks' "eartbeat of
America, " Burger King, US
Army.)
Elie Wiesel Wallenberg
Lecture
Tuesday, Sept. 25, 8pm
Hill Auditorium
A benefit for the Celebration of
Jewish Arts, Wiesel is a Nobel
Peace Prize winner, University of
Boston proffessor and author of
30 book.
Queen Ida & the Bon Temps
Zydeco Band
Tuesday, Sept. 25, 7:30pm and
10pm The Ark
A nixture of traditional Cajun
nusi,, reggae, and calypso with
dixieland, blues, Latin, and rock.
See Concerts for Free!
Usher for the Office of Major
Events.
A mass meeting for everybody
who'd like to usher concerts for
the Union's Office of Major
Events will be held t dnes-
day, Sept. 12 at 7:30w
Anderson Rooms on e first
floor of the Union.

THE
UNIVERSITY
CLUB
The University Club
presents
Monday-Friday
11am - 2pm
Lunch is served
4-8pm
Happy Hour with low drink prices
and great munchies in front of
the big TVI
Wednesdays and Thursdays
5 - 6pm
Complimentary food
Tuesday evening
House Music with
PC Productions
Wednesday evening
New Music with
D.J. Tom Simonian
Thursday evening
UAC Soundstage: The Knaves
Friday
New Music with
D.J. Tom Simonian
Saturday
Live Band: Frank Allison
The University Club is a private
club for UM students, faculty,
staff, alumni and their invited
guests. Only members of legal
drinking age may purchase
alcohol.

Chemical Dependency
Criminal Justice
Education
Environmental Advocacy
Health and Well-Being

Need a quiet place to
study?
The Michigan Union Study
Lounge needs volunteer
monitors! You can set aside
regulart timebmonitor-
ing in b ceful
setitine
availa o unge on
the firon

JOBS
Part-time Jobs
Available Now!
Sure, you're busy. You've got
class, and a social life, and who
knows what else. But it's getting
more and re *ensive just to
live the 't a
part-
Hun s are
availablete Union

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UAC & Artspace
Mini-Courses
Check out the fall offerings from
UAC (University Activities
Center) and Artspace. Flyers
are available in the Union at the
CIC desk, and in the UAC and
Arts and Programming offices.
Somewhere between Bartending
and Yoga Meditation there is
going to be a course for you.

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Each project's field setting is comple
pack, papers and a journal. Two, three
available and can be added until Septem
enrollment. For more information, stop by 2
Friday. Sam - 5Pm. or call 763-394

eminar, a course
rtunities are
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Union, Monday -

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