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LOCAL/STATE
~HOUT i't out!, Organization awards
Wolta with pedagogial accolade

The Michigan Daily -- Friday, December 3, 1999-

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rutstanding educator.
~A junior Amanda Warner, co-
hii.of SHOUT, said Nolta was
ciecled from a group of more than
50 nominated professors.
"TOur committee decided who
ould receive the award based on
at only the quantity of votes, but
e quality of the nominations,'
Varner said.
To notninate a teacher, Warner
dded, students had to write why

they felt their professor was most
deserving of the Golden Apple.
"Some wrote only a paragraph and
others wrote pages about their profes-
sor. (Nolta) won not only because she
received so many nominations but
because the substance of her nomina-
tions was so profound,' she said.
Prior to yesterday morning, Nolta
said she knew little about the
Golden Apple Award.
"Three weeks ago, someone said
something to me about the Golden
Apple and I said 'What's that?"'
Upon realizing that her students

had nominated her for the Golden
Apple, Nolta said she was humbled.
"I can't even comprehend how flat-
tering this is. It's a phenomenon to me.
I owe the students a lot,' she said.
The Golden Apple, which SHOUT
awards in conjunction with Hillel and
Apple Computers, was inspiredbyan
ancient Jewish teacher whose philosophy
was to armange one's life before it ends.
As winner of the annual award
that honors "teachers who consis-
tently teach each lecture as if it were
their last," according to the Golden
Apple's Website. Nolta will have the

opportunity to give her "ideal last
lecture" in Rackham Auditorium in
January.
One of Nolta's studcnts,
Engineering first-year student Kevin
Lynn, said his professor definitely
deserved te award.
"Our class is so early but ... she is
always so cheerful and enthusiastic.
She makes it easy to learn," Lynn said.
Nolta said she would not let
receivin' the award affect her teachs-
ing methods. "If I think for one sec-
ond I'm teaching for awards, I'll
have lost my focus."

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".Messiah"
Saturday, December 4, 3:00pm
Sunday, December 5, 3:00pm
Orchestra Hall, Detroit
Conductor: David Lockington, new music director of the Grand
Rapids Symphony. Soloists: Robert Bracey, tenor (DMA, UM),
Jennifer Larson, soprano (Doctoral student, UM),
Stephien Morscheck, bass (DMA, UM)
MARCHING BAND: Crisler Concert
Sunday, December 5, 2:30pm F.-
Crisler Arena
call 764-6525 for tickets
MICHIGAN CHAMBER PLAYERS
Sunday, December 5, 4:00pm
Britton Recital Hall, E.V. Moore Bld.
Melody Racine, Timothy Cheek, Stephen_$ips Yizhak
Schotten, Anthony Elliott, Amy Porter,.Krstn Beene, Deborah
Chodacki, Richard Beene, Soiren Hermns, Andrew Jennings
Program includes:* String Sextet in k rhs " Quintet for
Wins and Piano in Eb Major, Mozart hanson perpetuelle, Op. 37
for voice, piano and string quartet, Frnet Chauson (commemorat-
ing the 100th anniversary of Chauson's deat).
PERCUSSION STUDIO RCITAL,
Sunday, December 5, 4:00pm
McIntosh Theatre, E.V. Moore Blg.
Students of Michael Udow and Mcalould.
Y2K KABERET -
Sunday, December 5,.~:00p
Kerrytown Concert Hou~se-
featuring students of Joan Morris' abaret Performance Class in
a program of songs from the last 10 years. Call Kerrytown for
ticket imformnatnon.
COMPOSER'S FORUM CONCET
Monday, December 6, 8:00pm
Britton Recital IHal
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McIntosh Theatre-
Directed by H. D. Smith
CHOIR CONCERT: University Choir and

Arts Chorale
Tuesday, December 7, 8:00pm
Hill Auditorium
University Choir; Theodoe Morr'son, conductor; Arts Chorale;
Jeffrey Douina, conduct- or perform-ing works by Telemann,
Victoria, Bmckner, Vasaghn iliams, Hailstork, and LaMontaine_
JAZZ COMBOS CONCERT
Tuesday, December 7, 8:00pm
Rackham Auditorium
UIM EUPHONIUM/TUBA ENSEMBLE CONCERT

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Wednesday, December 8, 8:00pm
Britton Recital Hall
Directed by Fritz Kaenzig; performing works by Koetsier,
Chopin, Bulla and seasonal favorites
CAMPUS BAND CONCERT
Wednesday, December 8, 8:00pm
Hill Auditorium
GU EST LECTURE: Walter T.Turnbull founder and

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director of the Boys Choir of Harlem

Britton Recital Hall
SPECIAL GUEST INTERVIEW:
Lrn~rin uA vnmr c)L4LL, uuLY-OryueuU

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Thursday, December 9, 4:30pm
McIntosh Theatre
DANCE DEPARTMENT
Thursday-Saturday, December 9-11, 8:00pm
Betty Pease Studio Theater
Twenty musicians, dancers, visual and multi-media artists.
THEATRE DEPARTMENT: The Tempest
Thursday-Saturday, December 9-11, 8:00pm
Sunday, December 12, 2:00pm
Power Center
Tickets are $18, $14 and $7 for students with I.D. For informa-
tion and tickets call (734) 764-0450
CREATIVE ARTS ORCHESTRA
Thursday, December 9, 8:00pm
Rackham Auditorium
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