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Underneath the Student Activi-
ties Building, down a flight of stairs
and at the end of a long hallway, is
the student-run WCBN radio sta-
tion where radio show host arwulf
arwulf broadcasts every week at
arwulf is a University lecture hall
projectionist who moved to Ann
Arbor in the summer of 1968 at the
age of 1.
A self-proclaimed autodidact,
has let this approach toward learning
become a philosophy of sorts.
Born Theodore Grenier, arwulf
said his adopted name found him at
the age of 13. While on a walk with
friends, arwulf said the moon cast
a shadow and his friends told him
he looked like a wolf howling at the
In addition to his radio show at
the University, arwulf hosts The
Sunday Best on Eastern Michigan
University's radio station WEMU
and writes music reviews on allmu-
Despite his many interests,
arwulf said his real passion lies in
radio and music.
"I want to be there to alleviate suf-
fering," arwulf said. "That's the main
body of work."
arwulf's play lists for his Thursday
show have an eclectic range while his
Sunday show focuses more on jazz
and blues tracks.
He said he enjoys experimenting
with different types of formats on his
"Every format is worth appreciat-
ing," he said. "We could learn from
formats to get along. We could learn
equality from formats. If all formats
are created equal, maybe we could
then rub off on the human race. I'm
not sure. It's worth a try."
In his many years living around
the University, arwulf has witnessed
changes in the student body and in
arwulf arwulf is a disc jockey for WCBN-FM. His Sunday
radio show focuses on jazz and blues tracks.
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Touch screen Wallet sto
damaged credit can
CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES
WHERE: Ross School of Busi-
WHEN: Sunday at about 3
WHAT: An unknown indi-
vidual damaged a touch screen
computer that was mounted to
a kiosk in the business school,
University Police reported.
The screen was valued at about
from Alice Lloyd
WHERE: Alice Lloyd Hall
WHEN: Sunday at about 7
WHAT: A laptop belonging
to a resident of Lloyd Hall
was stolen, University Police
reported. The victim said the
laptop was stolen after she had
left the it unattended for a few
minutes. The theft is being
investigated. There are no
WHERE: Harlan hatcher
WHEN: Saturday at about
WHAT: A student's wallet was
stolen from his unattended
coat between 12 p.m. and 2
p.m., University Police report-
ed. The credit cards in the
wallet were used off campus.
There are no suspects.
from the Diag
WHERE: The Diag
WHEN: Friday at about 5:30
WHAT: A student's bicycle
was stolen from the Diag,
University Police reported.
The bicycle was left locked to
a bicycle rack on the east side
of the Undergraduate Library.
The theft is currently under
WHAT: Booker Prize-win-
ning writer Peter Carey will
read from his collection of
fiction as part of the Zell Vis-
iting Writers Series.
WHO: English Department
WHEN: Today from 5 p.m.
to 6 p.m.
WHERE: Rackham Amphi-
showcase art at
WHAT: Formerly incarcer-
ated artists will address visi-
tors at the opening of the 14th
Annual Exhibition of Art by
WHO: University of Michi-
gan Health System
WHEN: Today at 5:30 p.m.
WHERE: Duderstadt Center
WHAT: Soeren Palumbo, a
Notre Dame Student, will give
a lecture about the campaign
to ban the word "retard" from
WHO: University of Michi-
gan Best Buddies
WHEN: Today from 7 p.m.
to 8 p.m.
WHERE: Annenberg Audito-
rium, Room 1120
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"The Diag was a 100-percent, con-
ant party," arwulf said. "You'd walk
-om the Engineering Arch and from
ie time you got to North University
ou'd be high, even if you didn't mean
>. That's the way the environment
ras around here."
arwulf said he does not have
n iPod and that while it is a great
dvancement, it has its drawbacks.
"Every time a student comes to
ae and says 'did you find an iPod
n the auditorium,' I say well this
s what happens when your entire
ecord collection is the size of a
:eath Bar!" he said.
arwulf said his mission is to cheer
eople up and help them learn about
iusic through his radio broadcasts.
'hrough his craft, arwulf has devel-
ped a following in Ann Arbor and
round the country.
"I'm plotting to disrupt people's
reconceptions and expectations,"
Tr H ETINSYU
Mount Redoubt in Alaska
has erupted five times since
Sunday, spewing ash col-
umns some 60,000 feet in the
air, CNN reported. Experts say
the ashfall from the eruptions
will be about the thickness of
a penny or a dime. The volcano
last erupted in 1990.
On Friday the Univer-
sity announced that
faculty and retirees on
University health plans will
soon be paying 30 percent of
their total health care costs
- a considerable increase.
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A Salvadoran immigrant
won $26 million in the
New York lottery draw
over the weekend, The Asso-
ciated Press reported. The
man reportedly did not follow
advice from his friends who
warned him not to play the lot-
tery on Friday the 13th.
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