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The University of Michigan Union North Campus Commons
December 10 to December 16,1990

ICHIGAN UNION TICKET OFFICE
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6.4 763-TKTS
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C.4-ME$NtE MUIC E pRLN
Piasiitid by the University
Wlaitfy,aii uary 14 at 8:00pm,
8tilk acUdl h. Auioim
Sdr:icits by PHONE ONLY
CAvRMUMUSICA BERIN
Pisiitsdby the University
Wsdnisday, January 30 at
86 Ppm, Rackham Auditorium.
OV-a tickets by PHONE ONLY
UNbIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
O'ider tickets for all events by
PHONE ONLY.
The Chieftains To

The U Club dar
Monda o
Lunch is e r a.m. to
2 p.m.
Monday to Friday
*Hay Fr is held from 4 p.m.
Tuesday Evening
Reggae and kre Mu'wit
DJ Creole Ki
Wednesday Evening
UAC Laughtrack: Chas Elstner -
9 11 C.
' p.m. to 8 p.m.
Fre izz reg ar and vegetar-
ian)
served from 5 p. 6 p.m.
T-shirt giveaw
Thursda e
House Mus e
Jazz music fr m . to 8 p.m.
Free pizza (r r and vegetar-
ian)
served from 5 p. . to p.Tj
T-shirt giv4va
Friday Evening
New Mugic N t with DJ Jeffrey
ury ning
Live Band: Juice
The University Club !16 be
closed for the I da f
Sunday, December 16, ,
through Saturday, January 5,
1991.
The it is aprivate
club foiY- des, faculty,
staff, alumn d their invited
guests. y e rs of legal
drink r ase
alco ol.
Jewelry and Dolls
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Develop Your Management and Leadership Skills
By providing prompt, personalized, and knowledgeable
information, the Student Organization Development Center
(SODC) staff can help you explore the vast array of cocurricular
opportunities available. Consultants are tailored to meet your
specific needs, whether they be joining or leading an organiza-
tion or learning personal management skills. The SODC staff
wants you to derive the best experience no matter what your
level of involvement.
Consultation begins with an individual meeting between you
and a SODC staff member. Beyond this initial interaction,
consultation takes such forms as: additional individual ses-
sions; group workshops on such topics as leadership transition,
goal-setting, stress management, running meetings, and many
others; meetiieg observation; and conflict resolution/mediation.
Walk-in consultation and appointments are available Monday
through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the SODC office,
Room 2202 Michigan Union.
sEnjo Ho1i Meal a b
The U-Club will serve a festive holiday luncheon buffet from 11
a.m. to 2 p.m. daily for the week of December 17 through
December 21. The regular lunch menu will not be served
during this week.
This special buffet includes a daily carved meat special (roast
top round, or roast turkey breast), assorted salads, soup du
jour, assorted vegetables, side dishes, and breads. For dessert,
the buffet features chocolate mousse, bread pudding, carrot
cake, and strawberry amaretto mousse cake.

Student Community SenTVice Award
Applcations .Dute Wednesday
The Student Community Service Award is designed to honor students'
outstanding contributions to public service/volunteerism and to support their
continued efforts to address social needs within a community.
The University of Michigan will nominate a student to send to both the state
and national levels. Winners will receive a cash award to further their
community service activities.
If you are interested in being considered for these awards, please obtain an
application at the Project S.E.R.V.E. office, Room 2211 Michigan Union; the
office telephone number is 936-2437. The applications are due December 12.

9

TVC Learning
Happens
Both Inside and
Outside the Classroom
The Trained Volunteer Corps (TVC)
is offering a course that's different.
The TVC course is: a learning
experience that takes you away
from the routine of lectuies and
exams, a chance to make a differ-
ence in someone's life, and an
opportunity to learn from life itself.
TVC is a new course dedicated to
serving the needs of illiterate adults,
youths at risk, homeless people, and
elderly people in need of support.
You will choose the community
settings which most fits-your prefer-
ences. You might, for example,
choose among teaching reading
skills to a prison inmate or an adult
learner- workinQ at ahnmlec

Plan for
Vblunteering!
Wish you had volunteered this
term? Happy with the volunteering
you did? Plenty of volunteer
opportunities begin or continue next
term. All you need to volunteer is
be dedicated to working a few hours
a week.
As you are visiting CRISP,
thumbing through pizza-stained
time schedules, and wondering
which classes to choose for Winter
term, think about volunteering and
plan it into your schedule. Free up a
few hours a week to work with
children, improve the environment,
or assist with any of a dozen other
concerns. Then check in with the
S.E.R.V.E. staff early; many groups
offer training sessions only once a
term.
Volunteer - you will be glad you
did! To obtain more information,
call S.E.R.V.E. at 936-2437.

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shelter, conducting drama and
The buffet is priced at $8.95 per erson. The soup and salad e writing groups at a local
bar is available for $6.50. rvation please canursing home, or befriending a
4648. confused child in an after school
program. TVC provides the
r "supportive environment and the
hands-on training for you to succeed
in your work. Visit the office at
Room 2205 in the Michigan Union
or call 763-3548 to obtain more
information about TVC.

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Perform.Thei* _Featured in Art Sale
Christmas Sho toE M ican silver jewelry, based
o ztec designs, may be just
the que gift for w .
The Chieftains will perform I your en searchi ' ,hese
Auditorium on Saturda cember hand pieces in - rate
15 at 8 p.m. This rt is abalone " ,both natural
presented by t ffice of Major and ink d
EventsOr a special on your
gift list may enj African-
For two ca Chie s American doll, h ade by
have uncovered a weal a local YpsilanV ar ;
traditional Irish musi aking it n.a1 .
their own with a e that is as Stop he sale Monday
exhilarating a is definitive. throug riday from 10:00
a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Ground
Floor of the Michigan Union.
Jigs, ho pipes, reels, a I
will c ure the es of
Iris usic. style' s intri-
ca med as mber music
and as rich in im visation as jazz.
Earn $$$ at the
When prai ng The Chieftains, Michigan Union
"Housto Post" critic Bob Claypool
wrote If there is a more beautiful If you are trying calculate
mu I sound in all the world than how to pay those holiday
bills, the Michigan Union
t made by Th Chieftains, I may have the answer to
ven't hear ." your financial dilemma.
ieftains have performed with The Michigan Union is hiring
Eric Clapton, Van Morrison, James students for room set-up, for

IB servesu anLy
uncheon Specials
op by the North Ingalls
uilding's NIB Eateries this week
dine on delicious luncheon
ferings. This week's lunch
ecials are:

Bu
to
off
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NCC Serves Up
Special Value Meals

Monday: Lasagnj

Tuesday:
Pc

Wednesday: Spi
Meatballs,
Butter

Thursday: I
with
Friday: Tun

Are you getting tired of fixing
meals, yet cannot afford prices
of most Ann Arbor restaurants?
The North Campus Commons
(NCC) Cafeteria and Snack Bar
our budget in mind
promotions.
ria offers a
a0'special, served
Monday through Friday.
e Value meal will feature a
oice of three entrees each
Y.
And on Sundays the NCC Snack
Bar is serving Sunday Meal
Deals from noon until 10:30 p.m.
These special $3.25 meals will
include an entree, roll, and soft
drink.
Stop by NCC and take advan-
tage of their special meals.

The lunch specials are priced at
$2.95 and the NIB Eateries are
open for service from 7:00 a.m.
to 2:00 p.m.
1e-X
This week, Dagwood's will
feature a special combination
of any of their four salads
(Greek, Chef, Garden, or

Thanks for a Great Term!
Project Community would like to congratulate their student staff for another
great term of service-learning leadership. We appreciate your commitment
and hard work throughout the term - THANK YOU.

Criminal Justice Coordinators
Sabrina Booth
Jon Carlson
Josee Charvet
John Choi
Walter Fisher
Jeanne Gray
LaNeice Jones
Jenny Kellman
Andrew Kramer
Ben Macrory *
Julie Matthews
Korey Miller
Elaine Murphy
David Oppenheim
Ira Pintel
Jennifer Rabiah
Rachel Story
Jennifer Taylor
Susan Webster
Elissa Zelman
Vducation Coordinators
Sharon Carpenter *
Celia Gold *
Charles Graham
Laura Hensinger
Laura Kandell
Ann Kolensky
Jennifer Markav itch
*Alisea Mcleod
Mark Mishal *
Darrell Moilanen
Charlie Schlegel
Nancy Staub
Ron Whalen

Health and Special Populations
Coordinators
Ann Beck
Jennifer Carstens
Carla Denner
Sara Kole
Melissa Lopez
Claudina Roncoli *
Karen Silver (Special Assignment)
Brigid Simms

Environmental Advocacy
Lisa Bardwell
Chemical Dependency
Coordinators
John Fohrman *
Kati Hanna
Todd Roeske *
Monique Whitman
Cris Zerkel

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Office Assistants
Colbert Boyd
Angie Bynum
Teaching Assistants
Toni Caldwell
Carol Kinney
Margaret Ann Murphy
Nancy Staub
Margaret Weigers

Galway, Jackson Browne and
opened for the Rolling Stones. In
1976, The Chieftains won an Oscar
for the score of "Barry Lyndon".
Concert tickets are available at the
Michigan Union Ticket Office. To
obtain ticket information, or to
charae by phone, call 763- TKTS.

positions available after
January 1.
Stop by Room 1310 in the
Michigan Union to apply
TODAY!

Taco), plus a cup of the Soup
of the Day, and a medium
soft drink for only $4.25.
Stop by Dagwood's, located
on the Ground Floor of the
Michigan Union, to enj t
special TODAY! S Spc

*Special Congratulations

to our

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