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2A - Monday, October 1, 2007

TUESDAY:
Arbor Anecdotes

WEDNESDAY: THURSDAY:
Explained Before You Were Here

FRIDAY:
The Extremist

Berkeley frat council chief resigns
Nikhil Bhagat, the president of a Global Positioning System. The apprehended.
the Interfraternity Council at the University of Pennsylvania is con- His mental troubles stem
University of California at Berke- sidering adopting the technology, part from his experiences on Set
ley, was forced to step down after The Daily Pennsylvanian reported. 11, 2001, his lawyer said. Hirama
his fraternity was found to have The service, operated by the was taking photos outside his Mar
hazed new members, The Daily Rave Wireless company, allows hattan high school when plant
Californian reported. students walking to set an alarm crashed into the World Trat
Two Delta Tau Delta members that will notify campus police if Center. He worked as a volunteE
caught trespassing in a campus the student doesn't make it to his at Ground Zero shortly thereafte
recreational building after hours or her destination on time. Cam- The Torch reported.
told police that they instructed two pus police don't use the track-
pledges to do sit-ups and push-ups ing software unless the students AHMADINEJAD FALLOUT
and shout fraternity slogans while request it, a company spokesper- Columbia University's decisio
sitting in a locker room shower. son said. to let Iranian President Mahmou
The pledges were not there when Ahmadinejad speak last wet
police went to investigate. MEET THE FLINSTONE continues to draw fire from cri
Kenan Wang, Bhagat's replace- St. John's University student ics who accuse Ahmadinejadc
ment, said the decision to ask him Omesh Hiraman was arrested aiding terrorists. Longshot pres
to resign was unfair because he was Wednesday for wearing a Fred dential candidate Rep. Dunca
not implicated in the incident and Flintstone mask and carrying an Hunter (R-Calif.) proposed legi
didn't know at the time that the antique replica rifle while walking lation Wednesday that would pr
pledges were being hazed. across campus, the school's student hibit the government from givin

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TRACKING YOUR MOVEMENT
Colleges like Montclair Stt
University, Fairleigh Dickins
University and Georgia Gwinns
College have begun offering st
dents cell phones equipped wi
CRIME NOTES
Man exposes
himself at Elbel
WHERE: Elbel Field
WHEN: Saturday at about 2
p.m.
WHAT: A University student
called the Department of Pub-
lic Safety after a man exposed
himself, DPS reported. Police
were not able to apprehend the
suspect.
Student sends

newspaper reported. The rifle was
loaded with a single bullet.
Hiraman's lawyer told The
Torch that Hiraman suffers from
post-traumatic stress disorder and
schizophrenia. He was wearing
two pairs of pants when he was

Columbia research grants.
The bill, called the "Restore
Patriotism to University Campuses
Act," would not prevent Columbia
students from receiving federal
student aid.
GABE NELSON

Engineering senior Yanebo Zhu plays Dance Dance Revo-
lution at Pinball Pete's on Friday. Zhu is a member of DDR
Club, which started about two years ago and has about 40
members.

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CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

3 car gadgets Interactive
stolen from lot museum

WHERE: Thayer Carport, 216
Thayer Street
WHEN: Saturday at about
10:45 p.m.
WHAT: Three cars were bur-
glarized, DPS reported. The
cars - a 2005 Saab, a 2006
Saab and a 2002 Kia - each
had broken windows and an
electronic item taken. The
2005 Saab was missing a GPS
system, the 2006 Saab an iPod

WHAT: An anti-discrimi-
nation presentation titled
"Boxes and Walls" that pres-
ents four live reenactments of
prejudice situations
WHO: Boxes and Walls
WHEN: Today from 6 to 10
p.m.
WHERE: Anderson Room
ABCD, Michigan Union

Lecture on
Iranian society
WHAT: Oxford Univer-
sity Prof. Soraya Tremayne
details the laws and ethics
in Iran
WHO: Center for Middle
Eastern and North African
Studies
WHEN: Today at 4 p.m.
WHERE: Room 1644, School
of Social Work Building
CORRECTIONS
SA column in last week's
B-side incorrectly referred
to Gmail's chat feature as
Gchat. It is GTalk.
. A caption on page S of
Friday's paper misstated the
name of the play that the
accompanying story pre-
viewed. The play is "Second
Visit to the Empress." The
captiro called the play "Sec-
ond Visit to the Princess."
. Please report any error in
the Daily to corrections@
michigandaily.com.

Topps Meat Co. said it
plans to expand a recall to
include 21.7 million pounds
of ground beef that may be
contaminated with E. coli bac-
teria, The Associated Press
reported.
There are 23 syna-
gogues in Tehran and
more Jewish residents
in Iran than any other place
in the Middle East outside of
Israel. >>FOR MORE, SEE PAGE 4A
3Former Speaker of the
House Newt Gingrich
ended months of specula-
tion when he announced Sat-
urday that he wouldn't enter
the 2008 presidential race,
The Associated Press report-
ed. Al Gore, Gingrich's parallel
undeclared candidate on the
Democratic side, still has not
made such an annoucement.

threatening, and the 2002 Kia a radio sys- Italian
tem. DPS isinvestigating
drunken text . lessons
WHERE: West Quad Fight breaks out WHAT: Cook
WHEN: Sunday at about 2 a.m. in Diag tation showini
dA k l how to prepar

cooking
ing 101 presen-
g participants
e homemade

wHTx: a arunxen male
University student sent a
threatening text message to
a female University student,
DPS reported. The students
involved were friends. The
contents of the message were
unavailable. A criminal inves-
tiagtion is ongoing.

WHERE: The D.ag
WHEN: Saturday at about 8:15
p.m.
WHAT: Two men traded
punches in the Diag near
North University Avenue, DPS
reported. Police are investigat-
ing the incident.

pasta, sauces and side dishes
for traditional Italian meals
WHO: University Unions
Arts & Programs
WHEN: Today from 6:30 to
8:30 p.m.
WHERE: Commons Cafe,
Pierpont Commons

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