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2A - Thursday, March 5, 2009
MONDAY:
In Other Ivory Towers

The Michigan Daily - michigandailycom

TUESDAY:
Campus Characters

Explained Bfoe.. . . . . - Photos of the Week
A solution to overcrowding

Before it was home to the dignifiy
Fishhowl or a warm short- Burton
cut hetween the Diag and help gil
State Street during the win- the enti
ter, Angell Hall was the Uni- Whe
versity's solution to a rapidly finishes
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Prompted hy overcrowd- new
ed classrooms and instances four-scs
where classes had to he can- ed spas
celed due to a lack of space, offices
plans for the construction preside
of Angell Hall were part of istrator
a 'huilding program led hy Bentley
former University President Hall al
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CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES
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the Six Day War. whose winner,s
WHO: Hillel audience, will e
WHEN: Tonight at 6 p.m. local comedy cli
WHERE: Porums Hall, Palmer WHO: Univer:
Commons Arts & Prograr

Campus landmark Antell Hall, which houses many of the University's acadenr
departments was built is 1920 as a response to oercrowding is other buildin
CRIME NOTES
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late-night toke funny money

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rial Hall and the Clements
Lihrary, according to the
Bentley's wehsite.
With eight columns that
stretched the original length
of the 480-foot huilding,
the design of Angell Hall
was structured to match
the architectural style of
the time. The sculptures
and mottos carved into the
stone shove the State Street
entrance were included to
reflect the importance of
education.
The building was named
for former University Presi-
dent James Burrill Angell,
who oversaw the University
from 18711to1909.
The Angell Hall Audito-
riums were constructed as
an addition to the huilding
in 1952.
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WHERE: Bursley Hall
WHEN: Tuesdayhbetween 11:15
p.m.
WHAT: An officer found a stu-
dent with a subistance suspected
to he marijuana, University
Police reported. The suhstance
was confiscated and a warrant
will he requested on the student.

WHERE: University Hospital
cafeteria
WHEN: Tuesday around 12:00
p.m.
WHAT: A hospital staff
person attempted to make a
purchase with counterfeit
currency, University Police
reported. The incident is still
under investigation, and it's
unclear whether the staff
person will he considered a

Sneakers taken - - Lecture on
from locker room Laptop stolen- amphibian
WHERE: Horth Campus Ret- WHERE: Walter E. Lay Auto- reproduction

WHEN: Tonig]
to 10 p.M.
WHERE: U-Cl
Union
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1Business Week Magazine
ranked the Roso School
of Business as the fourth
hest business school in the
country for undergraduates.
According to the magazine
Ross' "close knit student hody
and strong alumni presence
prove to he invaluahle in the
joh market."
2The University Medi-
cal School's annual stu-
dent musical has heen a
tradition at the University
aince 1918.
>>FOR MORE, SEE B-SIDE, PAGE 3B
3 nOmaha,Neb. manofaces
cruelty charges for stuffing
his cat into a homemade
hong, the Associated Press
reported. Lancaster County
Sheriff's deputies found Acea
Schomaker smoking marijuana
from a duct taped hox where
the cat was stuffed.

reation Building
WHEN: Tuesday around 1 p.m.
WHAT: A pair of bilue and gray
Puma shoes stolen from under
a locker while the owner, a
student, was using the facilities
hetween 11 a.m. and 12:SO p.m.,
University Police reported.
Police have no suspects.

motive Lab
WHEN: Tuesday arounid 8:30
p.m.
WHAT: An Sony laptop worth
$1,000 and left unattended in
an office area hy a staff person
was stolen, University Police
reported. There are no sus-
pects.

WHAT: Dr. Marvalee Wake
will give a talk on live-
hearing reproduction among
amphibians and homoplasy.
WHO: Ecology & Evolution-
ary Biology
WHEN: Today at noon
WHERE: 1200 Chemistry Bldg

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