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THURSDAY: FRIDAY:

TUESDAY:
Off the Beaten Path

WEDNESDAY:
Campus Clubs

Before You Were Here Photos of the Week
ses GETTIN' GROOVY

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Budget cuts protested on California campu~

Snudenns, faculny and snuff mem-
bers on all tO campuses of the Uni-
versiny of California system snaged
walkouts and rallies Thursdayto pro-
nestncuns in nhe staesbudgen for uni-
versity support, employee furloughs
and rising tuiion, The Chronicle of
Higher Educaion reporned.
The largesn of nhe protesns was an
the Berkeley campus, where an esni-
maned 5,000 people gatheredto dem-
onstrate againsn nhe cuns, according
no nhe school's student newspaper,
The Daily Californian.
The Sanna Cruz Sentinel reporned
Friday than "several dozen UC Sanna
Cruz snudenns and workers" were
sill barricaded in nhe Graduate Snu-
denn Commons after caking over nhe
second floor of nhe building an 8 p.m.
Thursday.
Snane support for the universiny
was reduced by nearly 20 percenn
in the lastn year, according no nhe
Chronicle, "leading no furloughs,
enrollmen reductions, and tuiion

increases nhan are likely no approach
50 percenn over antwo-year period."
KANSAS BASKETBALL AND
FOOTBALL TEAMS BRAWL
A series of public altercanions
benween nhe basketball neam and
the football team an nhe University
of Kansas have leftnthe school's ath-
letic director confounded.
A sourcentoldnthe Kansas City Star
the firsn incidenn, which nook place
Tuesday night, was sparked by an
argumenn over a woman benween
foonball cornerback Anthony Davis
and basketball guard Tyshawn
Taylor.
The second altercation took
place on campus, and began after a
basketball player pushed a football
player down some stairs, according
to The University Daily Kansan.
Football coach Mark Mangino
has indicated that he would not
suspend any players, while basket-

ball coach Bill Self said Thursday
afternoon that the situation was
"very, very serious" and that he
would handle disciplinary actions
privately, according no the Star.
TUFTS BANS DORM SEX WHEN
ROOMMATE PRESENT
Tufts University officials modi-
fied the school's residence hall
guest policy to prohibit sexual acts
in dorm rooms when one's room-
mate is present, according to The
Tufts Daily. The stipulation also
forbids any sexual activity that
interferes with a roommate's study
habits, sleep or privacy.
Carrie Ales-Rich of the Office for
Residential Life and Learning at
Tufts told The Tufts Daily that the
policy change was brought about
after the department received
many complaints regarding room-
mates' sexual behaviors lastnyear.
- MATT AARONSON

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TOnRHANSHARMAN/Daly
Schosl of Masic, Theatre & Dance senisr Antwans Stanley
sings at tnplorth Friday on North Campas. Stanley is the
lead singer of Groove Spoon.

CRIME NOTES
Wallet stolen, Unknown subject
not found found trespassing

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES
Workshop on Women's free
using Google in game day

WHERE: Michigan Stadium
WHEN: Saturday at about 4
p.m.
WHAT: A walletncontaining
$300 and personal identifica-
tion was stolen from an indi-
vidual unaffiliated with the
University, University Police
reported. Police have ns sus-
pects.

WHERE: Cardiovascular
Center
WHEN: Saturday at about 7
p.m.
WHAT: An individual unaf-
filiated with the University was
found trespassing in the Car-
diovascular Center, University
Police reported. The subject was
escorted from the building.

Broken window, Drinker ejected

research
WHAT: This workshop will
explore how no effectively
use Google tools, including
Google News, Book Search
and Scholar to conduct aca-
demic research.
WHO: Teaching and Tech-
nology Collaborative
WHEN: Today at 3 p.m.
WHEEE: Harlan Hatcher
Graduate Library, Room 206
Gender explorers
WHAT: A support and
social group meeting for
transgender, transsexual,
genderqueer, ransgender, usinn tdns
WHO: Spectrum Center
WHEN: Tonight from 8 p.m.
to 10 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan Union,
Room 3200

no suspects
WHERE: Buhr Building
WHEN: Saturday an about S
p.m.
WHIAT: Awindow was broken
from the outside on the west side
of the building, University Police
reported. A report was filed, bun
ther earenoas svsects.

11 VJ1I1 bi Luluill
WHERE: Michigan Stadium
WHEN: Saturday at about
11:45 a.m.
WHAT: A subject not affili-
ated with the University was
issued a ticket for possession of
alcohol and was forced to leave
the premises, University Police
rertred.

WHAT: Each Monday,
women are able to play
games at the Union for free,
including pool, foosball,
X-box and Wit.
WHO: Michigan Union Bil-
lards
WHEN: Today from 11:30
a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan Union,
Billiards Room
Poker game
WHAT: A weekly pokerntour-
nament with the chance to
win $20 in munchie money.
WHO: Michigan Union
WHEN: Tonight at 6 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan Union,
U-Club
CORRECTIONS
. Please report any error
in the Daily to correc-
tions@michigandaily.com.

Itn the United States, diabe-
tes is most prevalent among
Southern and Appalachian
states, a recent study published
in Population Health Metrics
found. The study also showed
that the Midwest and North-
east have the lowest levels of
diabetes in the United States.
2If all of the premium seat-
ing boxes atnthe Big House
are sold, the IRS will give
a total of $3.5 million in tax
breaks to the purchasers.
>>FOR MORE, SEE OPINION, PAGE 4A
3The Examiner reports than
Disney World will no lon-
ger offer all-beef hot dogs
to its visitors. Instead, Disney
will sell hot dogs with a beef and
chicken mix.

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