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0"ITUESDAY:
Other .Tower Off the Beaten Path

WEDNESDAY:
Campus Clubs

THURSDAY:
Before You Were Here

FRIDAY:
Photos of the Week

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Prof arrested for fraud, money laundering

A nuclear engineering
professor at the University
of Florida and his wife were
arrested in Gainesville on
Friday and indicted by a fed-
eral grand jory for wire fraod,
conspiracy to commit money
laundering, money launder-
ing and snaking false state-
ments to the goveronent,
according to The Gainesville
Sun.
The couple allegedly sub-
mitted "false information,
including research taken
from UF students without
their knowledge, in contract
proposals to NASA, the U.S.
Air Force and the U.S. Navy"
to obtain $3.7 million in gov-
ernment contracts, the Sun
reports.
They allegedly then fun-
neled "hundreds of thousands
of dollars earned from those
contracts" into personal
banks, according to the Sun.
CRIME NOTES

UCONN STUDENT FACES
CHARGES FOR
THREATS ON 'SNITCHES'
University of Connecti-
cut police said Thursday that
18-year-old freshman Christo-
pher Mutchler "committ(ed)
an act of terrorism" when
he posted messages on Face-
book and the ESPNU website
regarding the Oct. 18 fatal
stabbing of UConn football
player Jasper Howard, accord-
ing to the Associated Press.
On Oct. 20, according to
the AP, Mutchler wrote on
an ESPNU news page: "jazz
didnt deserve do (sic) die the
person who killed him didnt
intend to kill HOM anyone
who snitched should face the
social consequences."
Mutchler is charged with
hindering prosecution, com-
mitting an act of terrorism
and "several misdemeanors,"

according to the AP.
BOULDER'S 'NAKED
PUMPEIN RUN' GOES AS
PLANNED
Thousands took to down-
town Boulder, Colorado Sat-
urday night to take part in
the 'Naked Pumpkin Run', an
annual event in which people
streak through the streets
completely naked with carved-
out pumpkins on their heads,
according to the Boulder Daily
Camera.
The Camera reported that
"there had been just one arrest
and no significant problems."
Boulder Police Chief Mark
Beckner, who called the event
a 'free-for-all", told the Wall
Street Journal before the event
that he planned to "station
more than 40 officers" on the
route.
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CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES
International Historian book
law workshop reading

WHERE: South Quad
WHEN: Saturday at about 1:30
WHAT: Two students were
issued minor in possessions and
were transported to University
Hospital for detoxification, Uni-
versity Police reported. Police
couldn't confirm their costumes.
Thief takes
food, water
WHERE: Michigan Union
WHEN: Friday at about 12:45
p.m.
WHAT: A suspect was caught
on videotape stealing a sand-
wich and water bottle then
returning to steal more, Uni-
versity Police reported.

WHERE: Angell Hall
WHEN: Friday at aboutS:05
p.m.
WHAT: A student reported
that his Adderall pills stolen
from his unattended backpack
in the Fishbowl, University
Police reported. Nothing else
was reported stolen.
Student spits on
paramedics
WHERE: An intoxicated
student spit on paramedics,
University Police reported.
Her screaming and aggressive
behavior led another student to
report her.
WHEN: Saturday at about
1:55 a.m.

WHAT: University law pro-
fessors will discuss present-
day issues in comparative
and international law.
WHO: Center for Interna-
tional and Comparative Law
WHEN: Today from 4 to 5:15
p.m.
WHERE: Hutchins Hall
Alleviating
stress seminar
WHAT: A workshop to dis-
cuss how to alleviate stress
by alteringhbehavior at home,
at work and in relationships.
Registration is $20._
WHO: Center for the Educa-
tion of Women
WHEN: Today from 4:30 to
7:30 p.m.
WHERE:330 East Liberty

WHAT: Historian Peter Line-
baugh will discuss his book
"The Magna Carta Manifesto."
WHO: College Socialists and
Interdisciplinary Marxism
Working Group
WHEN: Today at 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan League
Blog workshop
WHAT: A tutorial in design-
ing webpages and managing
blogs using WordPress.
WHO: Teaching and Tech-
nology Collaborative
WHEN: Today at 4 p.m.
WHERE: Hatcher Graduate
Library
CORRECTIONS
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1President Barack Obama
and First Lady Michelle
Obama handed out candy
to more than 2,000 .trick-or-
treaters at the White House
Saturday afternoon, The New
York Times reported. The pres-
ident didn't wear a costume,
but the first lady was dressed
as Cat Woman.
2 City Council candi-
date Mitchell Ozog
was involved in the
Solidarity movement in
Poland during the 1980s.
>>FOR MORE, SEE OPINION, PAGE 4A
3Researchers attheUniver-
sity of Leeds say kissing
was originally invented to
purposely spread germs, Tele-
graph.co.uk reported. Accord-
ing to the study, kissing builds
immunity against Cytomegalo-
virus - a virus found in saliva
that can lead to birth defects
and miscarriages.

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