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2A - Friday, September 11, 2009

The Michigan Daily - michigandailycom

MONDAY: TUESDAY:
In Other Ivory Towers Off the Beaten Path

WEDNESDAY:
Campus Clubs

THURSDAY:
Before You Were Here

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ABOVE Henry and Charles tranch view the Native American diorama in the Natural
History Museum. (Ariel Bond/Daily) TOP RIGHT Soney Burke (left) shields himself { EO LN
tram the rain with Ann Arhor locals Jon Wallace (left) and Geoffrey Scott (middle) MO E NL E
after giving an impassioned syeech to passershy on the diag on Tuesday. (Sam Wol- For more photos oflthe week,
son/Daily) BOTTOM RIGHT Freshman gathered at the New Student Convocation in goftomciadiycm
Crisler Arena on Thursday, Sept. 3, where President Mary Sue Coleman spoke to the
class of 2033 and invited students on a iourney of success. (Will Moeller/Daily).

CRIME NOTES

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

Student reports Fight breaks out Res. College Artist to give
missing bike in library Convocation lecture on her

WHERE: Mary Markley Resi- WHERE: Taubman Medical.
dence Hall Library
WHEN: Wednesday at about WHEN: Wednesday at about
3:15 p.m. 3:15 p.m.
WHAT: A student's bike was WHAT: An argument between
reported missing, Univer- former roommates, one of
sity Polite reported. The bike whom was a female student
was valued at $800 and was and the other a male unaffiliat-
believed to have been stolen ed with the University, result-
between 10 am. on Septenmber ed in a physical altercation,
8 and t0 am. on September 9. University Police reported.
Student found Identity stolen
with marijuana at B-School
WHERE: Stockwell Residence WHERE: School of Business
Mall WHEN: Wednesday at about
WHEN: Wednesday at about 4:45 p.m.
5:30 p.m. WHAT: A University student
WHAT: A University student reported his wallet missing
was arrested for possessing and noted charges made on his
marijuana in his room, Univer- credit cards, University Police
sity police reported. reported.
MORE ONLINE
Love Crimo Notes2 Get more online at michigaodaily~btibostewr

WHAT: A welcome ceremo- post-punk art
ny and mixer will be held for
all freshmen in the Residen- WHAT: Lisa Anne Auerb,
tial College. Refreshments will lecture on her subver.
will be served. sive brand of post-punk at
WHO: Residential College that mixes art and politics
Student Life Committee A reception and discussion
WHEN Tody frm 4 o 5 with refreshments, will ft
WHEN Tody frm 4 o ~ low the lecture. A receptic
p.m. and conversation with the
WHERE: East Quadrangle artist will follow at 6:30 p
South Dining Room in the UMMA Commons.

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Frank Batten Sr., 'the cre-
*ator of The Weather Chan-
nel, died at the age of 82
yesterday, USA Today report-
ed. Though media leaders dis-
missed- the idea of a channel
solely devoted to the weather
when he presented the idea in
the 1980s, the channel was sold
to NBC Universal and two pri-
vate equity firms for $3.5 bil-
lion last year.
2This semester, more than
5,000OUniversity students
and 96,000 students
across the state were expected
to receive aid from the Michi-
gan Promise Scholarship.
aFOR MORE, SEE OPINION, PAGE SA,
3 Arecent national poli by
Rasmussen found that if
Canada were atteaked, 78
percent of Americans would
favor giving aid to Canada.,
Meanwhile, only 19 percent of
Americans favor aid and support
to Vietnam if it wus attacked.

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WHO: University of Michi-
gan Museum of Art
WHEN: Tonight from 8:30
p.m. to 10 p.M.
WHERE: Museum of Art,

UMix

WHAT: This event will fea- Helmut Stern Auditorium
ture student performances,
arts and crafts, free food
and prizes will be provided.
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MCard to the event.
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