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MONDAY:
The Extremist

TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: THURSDAY:
Arbor Anecdotes Before You Were Here Campus Characters_
T E AEA
What's with the nudes on Glen Avenue?
The story behind 'The Regeneration of Time'

Students making their way in the present and represents the
through the University's Medical child's past," Marinaro wrote in
Campus each day are greeted by a an explanation published on the
nude family. The naked, bronze stat- University's website. "The adult
ue of a family of three that stands female looks at the future and holds
next to the Glen Avenue parking its promise as she stands in the past.
structure strikes some students as a The child holds to the present and
bit out of place. represents the future as she gazes at
"This piece is well done, but it's a her own."
little strange to have a naked fam- Marinaro said the statue shows
ily in the middle of an intersec- the aspects of clinical care and med-
tion," said School of Nursing senior ical research and education offered
Amanda Cooperwasser. by the Medical Center.
The statue, titled "Regeneration "Regeneration implies a form of
of Time," was designed by Louis re-creation, or to make over, into a
Marinaro, an associate professor in better form or condition," Marin-
the School of Art and Design. aro wrote. "Time is a part of this
It includes three human figures. title because the subject talks about
An adult male figure holds a child the continuation of knowledge and
by the waist, while an adult female care."
figure looks at the child, holding an The University acquired "Regen-
apple in one hand. eration of Time" in 1996. It is one of
"The male figure holds the future many pieces of public art on cam-

pus.
According to the University's
Campus Public Art Guidelines, art-
work can be purchased, accepted in
the form of gifts, or specially com-
missioned. Selection and placement
of art is determined on a case-by-
case basis by the University Planner
and the Public Art Review Group.
Installationofanewpieceofarton
campus is coupled with a long-term
maintenance plan. Once artwork
is positioned on campus, it cannot
be moved from its original location
unless the building it is affiliated
with is removed or redesigned.
Some students think the location
of the statue is unfortunate.
"It doesn't really fit the surround-
ings," said Mi Zhou, a graduate stu-
dent in the College of Engineering.
"It's right next to a parking structure."
LAUREN SLETE

A statue, called the "Regeneration of Time," that stands near
the Glen Avenue parking structure near the Medical Campus.
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CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

Woman, 20,
immobilized by
caffeine binge
WHERE: School of Education
WHEN: Wednesday at about
2:45 p.m.
WHAT: A 20-year-old woman
taking prescription medica-
tions was unable to move after
ingesting a large amount of caf-
feine, the Department of Pub-
lic Safety reported. She called
DPS to request an ambulance.
Museum staff
slips on icy walk
WHERE: School of Education
WHEN: Wednesday at about
2:45 p.m.
WHAT: An employee of the
Ruthven Museums slipped and
fell on ice while walking from
one part of the building to
another, DPS reported.

Snow sweeper
nicks paint on
parked car
WHERE: 400 block, South
Division Street
WHEN: Wednesday at about
8 a.m.
WHAT: A snow sweeper
dinged the side of a parked
car while clearing snow and
ice from the sidewalk near the
Institute for Social Research
building, DPS reported.
Fired employee
won't return
building keys
WHERE: 400 block of Washt-
enaw Avenue
WHEN: Wednesday at about
12:30 p.m.
WHAT: A fired East Quad
employee would not return her
keys, DPS reported.

Japanese
violinist at Hill
WHAT: A performance by
Midori, one of the world's
premiere violinists
WHO: University Musical
Society
WHEN: Sunday at 4 p.m.
WHERE: Hill Auditorium
LGBTA office
party
WHAT: A party for people
who reject gender norms
WHO: The Office of LGBT
Affairs
WHEN: Today at 5 p.m.
WHERE: LGBTA office, 3200
Michigan Union
Film on 9/11
and minorities
WHAT: A documentary film
called "Divided We Fall"

about groups labeled as ter-
rorists in the aftermath of
Sept. 11,and a discussion with
filmmakers Valarie Rant and
Sharat Raju
WHO: Sikh StudentAssocia-
tion
WHEN: Today at 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: Auditorium 3,
Modern Languages Building
CORRECTIONS
0 A photo caption on the front
page of yesterday's Daily mis-
ideotified Orthotics resident
Jennifer Buchanan as Chris
Casteel.
* Tuesday's story about
School of Social Work stu-
dent Shenaaz Janmohamed's
work in Rashmir and Detroit
(Withphotos,fixingDetroit)
misstated the school's role in
Janmohamed's program in
Kashmir. She did not ask the
school to help fund the work
she conducted in August
2006. The school cospon-
sored a photography exhibit
now on display at the school.
Please report any error in
the Daily to corrections@
michigandaily.com.

At least 50,000 recently
minted $1 coins featuring
former President George
Washington did not contain
the phrase "In God We Trust,"
The Associated Press reported.
The coins are now being sold
for about $50 on online auction
sites.
Although it beat Minne-
sota 49-40 yesterday, the
Michigan basketball team
scored the lowest point total of
a winningteam in Big Ten tour-
nament history.
>>FOR MORE, SEE SPORTS, PAGE8
3Set your clocks ahead by
an hour or wake up an
hour early on Sunday.
Daylight Savings Time starts
on Sunday at 2 a.m. It moved
from the first Sunday in April
to the second Sunday in March
as the result of an energy-sav-
ing measure the U.S. Congress
implemented in 2005.

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Tuesday, March 13, 6-7:30 p.m.
Insurance 101 "What You Don't Know Can Hurt You"
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Monday, March 19, 6-7:30 p.m.
Investing 101 "Best Practices for Beginning Investing"
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Tuesday, March 27, 6-7:30 p.m.
Money Management 101 "Getting the Most Out of What You've Got"
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