The University of Michigan Union J4ON North Campus Commons
October 15 to October 21, 1990
Join your fellow students on our S.E.R.V.E. Board to help coordinate
volunteer projects around our campus and community, It's a great opportunity
to get involved in the growing volunteer network that exsts here on campus.
Of course, if that sounds like more time than you can offer, check into our
one-time service opportunities. Have you had an incredible urgelately to
paste and cut, or maybe just run around a playground? Instead of annoying
your roommates, why not volunteer at the York Woods Center and elp with
some children's activities? Or if you would rather participate in a Tom
Sawyer- like adventure, S.E.R.V.E. can help you out too. Volunteer at the
Historical Society of Michigan by painting their fences. Need exercise, but
tired of the lines athe CCRB? Then pump your muscles by picking up and
delivering furniturefor the Department of Social Services. And doesn't all this
work make yohungry? That oan be cured by joining the Ann Arbor Hospice
program stuffin envef bes on the 26th and eating the pizza they provide.
These are just a f of the programs that ask for only a little time, but a lot of
Also, remember that nowis the time to pull out your faded cape, iron your
Batman costume, and find our masks and wigs ... Halloween is on its way! If
your group, fraternity, or sorority would like to host a party for little ghouls and
goblins in Ann Arbor, give S.E.R.V.E. a call. For information about this oppor-
tunity or any other S.E.R.V.E. project, please call 936-2437 or stop Room
2211, Michigan Union.
~On Sale NOWl
Open every day
Ken Schwartz, a student during the Winter '89 Term, wrote about his
ith Project Community:
"When I began wor with Project Community, I intended for it to be
a means to an end. I was rking on a senior thesis that dealt with
lives of oppression in the inner ty. For me, my work at the Christian
Guidance Center (CGC) was sup ed to be just a way to conduct
interviews and gather information on ubject I wasn't too familiar
I ended up loving my involvement down ther I came to a deeper
understanding of the insidious patterns of povty, racism, and
oppression that this country practices on its peo le. I made friends
and really connected with the men there. I partic ated in their groups
and they opened up their lives to me. I am still w king with one man
on his reading skills. My seminar was not only edcational, but fun.
We explored intellectual, religious, and philosophic I traits and also
dealt with our site work on an emotional level.
I have always been committed to social issues but y work at CGC
convinced me, finally, that there are greater gains be had in terms
of self and society than by merely striving to mak a pile of money."
Project Community is a U-M service-learning c rse offering Sociol-
ogy and Education credit with more than 40 fi d placements in
Chemical Dependency, Criminal Justice, Education, Environmental
Advocacy, and Health & Well-Being. To obtain more information, stop
by the Project Community office (Room 2205, Michigan Union), open
Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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This virtuoso guitarist, singer. and
songwriter is an innovaor oft h
steel-string guitar. Friday, Otober
19 at 8:00pm, Power Centr.
She has Bette Midler's outreous
humor and Tomn Lere's saircl
edge.Saturday, cto ber 0 at
7:0 pn and 10:00pm, The rk:
This new-age pianist is best knn:
for his albums "Auturn", Winter
into Spring" and D1 eocember
MAudny, to<r 2 1 :3
Silk and BaRor Fta;nsmibe
of the Chine s Muical Soci ty
of North Anerica
The most exciting and inspiring
Chinese music ensemible in tem
world. Sundae, cober 2" ,a
8:opr Roalkhm AudAtriu,..
Balet Francais d anc
Presented by the University Musical
Society. Friday, ctbe. 2 ; 2:
prn and Saturday, Otober 27 at
8:00, Power Oent>. Order by
A Gathering of rind>
George Shearing, one of the worlds
greatest jazz and populrpianists,
joins his old friends and coleagues
Grammy Award- winning blues
singer Joe Williams and ebrated
jazz guitar virtuoso Joe Pass for an
Sunday, OctoK er 28 at :0mrn
Song Sisters HIallkov wen Show
Children will enjoy this festive
Halloween concert, compiete vith
special songs and stories.
Sunday, OCtber 8 2 at
1:00pm and :00pmo, The Aik.
The 10,000 Maniacs trademark fol
rock sound interates their British
rock and Caribbean influences with
elements of country, tolk and
bluegrass. Friday, Novnber2 a
8:00pm, Hill Auiditorium.
The Robert Cray Band Featuring
The Memphis Horns
Robert Cray has revolutionized
modern music with blends of cork,
r&b, gospel, Jazz, and blues.
Wednesday, November 7 at
8:00 pr, Hill Audirun.
Twice nominated for a Grammy for
"Best Female Rock Vocal Perform-
ance" for songs like her passionate
hit singles, "Bring Me Some Water"
Wednesday, Novernber 14 at
8:00pn, Hill Auditoriun-
Presented b Eclipse Jazz
One of the top jazz piano artists;
both powerful and exciting.
Friay, Novembr 1 at 8:flprm
and 10:00pmn, The Ar.
Universi y Musoo Sco ry
Order ticks 3fer H: evnts bv
to a Sampling of Chinese Music
Lunch is served from 11am to 2pm The Silk and Bamboo Ensei
Society of North America, lE
Monday to Friday Chinese music in the world
Happy Hour is held from 4 pm to on Sunday, October 21 at 8:
This Chicago-based chambe
Tuesday Evening instrumentation and perfor
House Music with PC Productions and just intervals. The rep
Wednesday Evening classics of different schools,
UAC Laughtrack: Stunt Johnson with special instrumental it
Theater. afeature highlights of the pr
Free pizza (regular and vegetarian) historical background.
served from 5pm to 6 pm
Tickets for this show, prese
Thursday Evening Events, are on sale now at t
UAC Soundstage: The Difference To obtain ticket information
Free pizza (regular and vegetarian) TKTS.
served from 5pm to 6pm
New Music Night with DJ Tom Enjoy Music witl
Live Band: Juice Lyric soprano Kyra Gaunt, a
candidate, will perform a reci
The University Club is a private club for U-M Donizeit and spirituals. This
students, faculty, staff, alumni, and their Mid-day series, will be held o
invited guests. Only members of legal drink-
ing age may purchase alcohol. lD required. p.m. in the Pendleton Room.
Teach Future Leaders Skills
Essential for Success
Interested in presenting stress management or communica-
tion skills workshops to first-year students?
Interested in facilitating a small group discussion?
Interested in mentoring a small group of first-year students?
If these ideas spark your interest, then you need to apply to
be a Group Leader for the 1991 EMERGING LEADERS
amble of the Chinese Music
ed by a foremost authority on
, Dr. Shen Sin-yan, will perform
:00 p.m. in Rackham Auditorium.
r group is famous for its unique*
mances based on tonal interests
ertoire of the Ensemble includes
modern compositions, and music
nterest. The concert will also
ogram's musical, cultural, and
nted by the Office of Major
the Michigan Union Ticket OfficO
n or to charge by phone call 763-
School of Music Doctoral
tal of including a composition by
free concert, one in the Arts at
n Thursday, October 18 at 12:15
The U Club Calendar
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The 1991 Emerging Leaders Program is a "non-credit leader-
ship course" open to first-year students in the fall term.
During the weekly sessions, participants deal with topics
such as time/stress management, communication skills,
campus life, and leadership styles. Group Leaders are
responsible for the planning and implementation of the
program. Qualified applicants will have demonstrated:
interest in others, dedication to cocurricular activities,
interest in learning, strong leadership skills, and enthusi-
For more information, please come by the Student Organiza-
tion Development Center (Room 2202, Michigan Union) for
your application materials or call 763-5900.
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Have you thought ab rut
using the Michigan Uniona
for your next meet n
conference, receptin1 or
foml I eIU 'o.ha
many beautifully decorae
rooms in a variety of sizes
as well as full catering
service. Please cal
59112 to obtain additional
informat ion or to arag
tour of this historic build
Brunch at the
U-Club Before the
On your way to Michigan Stadium
for the Homecoming Game, make a
detour to the U-Club in the Michigan
Union. On home football game
days, the U-Club serves brunch
beginning two and one-half hours
before game time.
This special brunch includes
breakfast entrees, pastries, muffins,
fresh fruits, juices, cheeses,
assorted salads, pastas, vege-
tables, desserts, and a variety of
beef, chicken and seafood dishes.
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This exhibit is designed and
&ecnued by student intern
Cilaudeue Rowley, a U-M senior
maijoring in Eng'ish and
The Student Organization Development Center (SODC) is offering internships to qualified
students with the desire to strengthen their leadership skills. SODC interns receive practical
experience and training in leadership and organizational development. Interns will have opportu-
nities to demonstrate these skills by assisting with coordination of special projects, presenting
workshops, and consulting with various student organizations.
SODC interns receive three credit hours in psychology for their work. Interested students can
obtain further information by attending the SODC Intern Mass Meeting on Thursday, October 18
from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. in the Pond Room at the Michigan Union.
The brunch is priced at $8.95 per Application materials can be obtained by visiting the SODC (Room 2202, Michigan Union) or by
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