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. I DY:TUESDAY:
Othr-IoryTow rs Off the Beaten Path
A mini-skirt coi
Administrators at Bandeirante MARYLAND STUDE.
Univeroity in Sao Bernardo do PROTEST PROVOST'SF
Campo, Brazil cited disregard for
"ethical principles, academic digni- More than 600 students;
ty and morality" as justification for alumni and university offic
the expulsion of 20-year-old Geysi tested last Thursday the
Villa NovaeArruda, according to The of Cordell Black, associate
Associated Press. for equity and diversity at
The AP report said Arruda was versity of Maryland, The ID
escorted nut of clans by police last back reported.
month when she wore a pink mini- University of Marylan
dress and was taunted by hundreds dent Dan Mutt told T]
of students. During her departure mondback that the ren
students lined the halls and chant- the 30-year faculty mem
ed "whore." diversity administrator
The university took out anewspa- purely budgetary. Howes
per ad titled "Educational Respon- dents were told by Provo
sibility" Sunday to publicly state its man Farvardin that Black
opinion of Arruda's actions, accord- would continue to be an,
ing the AP. The ad claimed that the for the university, if hec
university had cautioned Arruda continue his work as a
against her clothing choices. French literature pr
Arruda said it was through the according to The Diamor
news media that she was informed Students and campus
of her expulsion. "I was the victim," will meet on Tuesday to pl
Arruda told Folha Online yesterday. course of action, accordinj
"How can thbe expelled? Its absurd." Diamondback.
CRIME NOTES
Blood sugar Elevator graffiti
meter stolen WHEN: Saturday at about 3:4t
WHEN: Friday at about 12 WHERE: Hutchins Hall
p.m. WHAT: Writing made with a
WHERE: University Hospital black marker was discovered
WHAT: A blood sugar meter inside an elevator, University
valued at $9oo was stolen, Police reported. There are no
University Police reported. suspects.
There are no suspects.
Cell phone taken
Scrub ants from Porta John
swiped
WHEN: Saturday at about 7:50
WHEN: Friday at about 4:25 p.m.
p.m. WHERE: University Golf
WHERE: University Hospital Course
WHAT: Scrub pants valued at WHAT: A caller reported her
$27 were stolen from the hospi- cell phone stolen after she acci-
tal gift shop sometime Thurs- dentally left it in a Porta John,
day, University Police reported. University Police reported.
There are no suspects. There are no suspects.

WEDNESDAY: THURSDAY:
Campus Clubs Before You Were Here

FRIDAY:
Photos of the Week

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UCONN STUDENT, ALUM
ARRESTED AT SEN. JOE
LIEBERMAN'S OFFICE
University of Connecticut stu-
dent Brittany Florio and UConn
alum John Mohrbacher were
among the nine people arrested
at Sen. Joseph Lieberman's (ID-
Conn.) office last Thursday while
protesting the senator's opposition
to health care reform legislation
that includes a public option.
On Capitol Hill, the students
demanded that Lieberman return
the money he accepted from Aetna,
a health insurance company, and its
employees.
According to Marshall Witt-
mann, communications director and
spokesman for Lieberman, the stu-
dents were disruptive and rejected
of staff. After disregarding warnings
from police, a number of the demon-
strators were arrested.
- JOELLE HECKER
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WHAT: University of
Michigan versus Ohio State
University in the 28th
annual blood drive competi-
tion.
WHO: Blood Drives United
WHEN: Today at 2 p.m.
WHERE: Stockwell and
Bursley Residence Halls
Translation
symposium
WHAT: A symposium
intended for students of all
majors features Ellen Elibs-
Bursac, War Crimes Tribunal
translator.
WHO: Comparative Litera-
ture
WHEN: Today at 10 a.m.
WHERE: Michigan Union,
Euenzel Room

WHAT: Apresentation to
explore the importance of com-
munication in meetings, pre-
sentations and relationships.
WHO: The Center for the
Education of Women
WHEN: Today at 5:30 p.m.
WHERE: 330 E. Liberty
Music concert
WHAT: A concert of Ameri-
can music featuring different
quartets.
WHO: Phi Mu Alpha Sin-
fonia
WHEN: Today at 8 p.m.
WHERE: E .V. Moore Build-
ing, McIntosh Theatre
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1The Transportation Secu-
rity Administration will
soon require names on
boarding passes to exactly
match names on identification,
ABC News reported.
2The University's Inno-
cence Clinic helped prove
the innocence of Michi-
gan resident Dwayne Prov-
ince, who served eight years in
prison for a murder he didn't
commit
FOR MORE, SEE OPINION, PAGE 4A
3'ACalifornia man stole
aRange Rover so that
he could makze it to his
arraignment for a previous
auto theft charge, The Boston
Globe reported. He said his
car had been impounded and
stealing the car was the only
way he could make it to court.

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