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LEFT Executive Director at Studentstfor a Sensible Drug Poticy Chris Chiles holds a demanstratian is pratest oftthe death at Dereh
Capp, wha was shat during a drag raid. MIDDLE Students pack the entrace ta the receatly renavated Museum af Art as Tuesday
ight before a sneak preaiew spas only to Uiversity students. (MAX COLLINS/Daily) RIGHT Museum st Art DirectriJames Steward F
discusses a workaofart during a walkthrough of the museum as Monday. (CHANEL VON HABSBURG-LOTHRINGEN/Daily)
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Skaters warned
at B-School-
WHERE: Business School
WHEN: Thorsday around 1:15
WHAT: Twn males, aged 20
and 21, were warned after
skateboarding on Business
School property, University
Police reported. No property
was damaged.
Non-students too
loud for library
WHERE: Harlan Hatcher
Graduate Library
WHEN: Wednesday around
1:4S p.m.
WHAT: Two ia-year-old
mules were escorted from the
huilding after staff memhers
gave them a verbal warning,
University Police reported.
Neither male was affiliated
with the University.

Medallion stolen
from patient's
room
WHERE: Mott Children's
Hospital
WHEN: Wednesday around 2
p.m.
WHAT: A medallion valued
at an unknown amount was
stolen from a patient's room,
University Police reported.
There are no suspects.
Car struck while
unoccupied
WHERE: 4200 Plymouth Road
WHEN: Wednesday around
11 a.m.
WHAT: A vehicle owned
by female staff member was
damaged after being hit by an
unknown vehicle, University
Police reported. The vehicle
was struck while unoccupied.

Latino cultural
show
WHAT: The 9th Annual
Latino Culture Show, which
seeks to expose the influence
of Catino culture on the arts,
will feature a live salsa band
as well as a well-known reg-
gaeton artist.
WHO: Michigan Student
Assembly
WHEN: Tonight at S p.m.
WHERE: Power Center for
the Performing Arts
Discussion on
Dr. Zhivago
WHAT: Speakers will dis-
cuss the writing of Boris Pas-
ternak's classic work in honor
of the 50th anniversary of its
publication by the University
of Michigan Press.
WHO: University Library
WHEN: Today at 2 p.m.
WHERE: Harlan Hatcher
Graduate Library

Cuisine and
culture festival
WHAT: A fundraiser event
that will feature a buffet-
style dinner with a variety of
ethnic cuisine and a perfor-
mance by a number of campus
groups.
WHO: PROVIDES
WHEN: Saturday at 10 a.m.
WHERE: Math Atrium, East
Hall
Iranian cultural
festival
WHAT: An Iranian cultural
event that will present Ira-
nian music, dances, skits and
a short film.
WHO: Persian Students
Association
WHEN: Saturday at 7 p.m.
WHERE: Power Center for
the Performing Arts
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Int order to break op groups
of teens hanging around
underpasses, residents
of Mansfield, England, have
installed pink fluorescent
lights commonly used by der-
matologists to enhance the
appearance of acne blemishes,
the AFP reported.
2More than 5,000 police
agencies across the coun-
try use Tasers. From 2001-
2007, more than 220 people
died from Tasering, accord-
log to Amnesty International.
>>FOR MORE, SEE OPINION, PAGE 4
3Lawmakers in at least
eight states are consid-
ering the possibility of
enforcing random drug tests
for recipients of government
assistance programs, The
Associated Press reported.
Concern has been raised as
more Americans turn to wel-
fare programs or unemploy-
ment benefits in light of the
recession.

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