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during a concert sponsored by Social Stodyz last Friday night. (CLIFREyED- MORE ONLINE
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Car broken into Marbles break
at Pierpont windows
CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES
WHERE: Pierprmt Comtmonss
WHEN: Wednesday at about
WHAT: Approximotely $1,550
worth cf electronaics, includ-
ing a laptop, iPod, cell photne
anad digital camcra were stolen
trcom: an utnlocked vehicle, Uni-
versity Police reported.
WHERE: 5th floor of Angell
WHEN: Wednesday at about
WHAT: A small teardrop-
shaped horn was reported on
the lower part of a door, Uni-
versity Police reported. Tlhe
incidenat occurred between Feb.
t and Fch. 1t. Police have nos
WHERE: Rackham Graduate
WHEN: Wednesday at about
WHAT: Two window panes at
the Rackham Graduate School
were brokeo, University Police
reported. It appears marbles
were throwo through them,
causing $250 in damage. Police
have no suspects.
West Quad fire
WHERE: West Quadrangle
WHEN: Thursday at about 1:15
WHAT: Two fire extinguish-
ecu were reported stolen fromn
the second floor of West Quad,
University Police reported.
They were valued at $35 each.
UMix late night
WHAT: A combined Friday
the l3th and Valentines Day
celebration featuring a screen-
tog of "Twilight."
WHO: University Unions Arts
WHEN: Tonight frona 10 p.m.
to 2 am.
WHERE: The Michigan
WHAT: A University Peace
Corps Office staff will offer
advice and assistance filling
out Peace Corps applications.
WHO: The Internationaal
WHEN: Today from 2 p.nm. to
WHERE: Room::n122tt, Weill
WHAT: A performance
featusrinag the taiko drumo, a
symbol of the Japenese rural
WHO: University Musical
WHEN: Tonight at 8 p.m.
WHERE: Hill Auditorium
the real world
WHAT: A lunch discussiona,
which will focus on transi-
tinning out of college anad into
the "real world."
WHO: Office of Multi-Ethnic
WHEN: Today at 11:30 a.m.
WHERE: MSA Chambers, the
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1Though as of yesterday
1,173 people confirmed on
Facebook that they would
be attending a rally on the
Diag with President Barack
Obama on Apr. 1, University
Police spokesperson Diane
Brown said she hasn't heard
anything about a visit. "That
would be really quite far-
fetched," she said.
2 Director Henry Selick,
whose work includes 1993's
"The Nightmare Before
Christmas" and 1996's "James
and the Giant Peach," creates
another extraordinary and
bizarre world with "Coraline."
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3 Police are looking for
prankseers who hijaekeda
Montana Taco Bell's drive-
through radio signal and used
it to shout vulgarities to cus-
tomers, The Associated Press
freported,, The. suspects posed-
as Taco Bell employees in the
Tuesday afternoon episode,
which lasted a few minutes.
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