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MONDAY:
In Other Ivory Towers

TUESDAY:
Off the Beaten Path

WEDNESDAY: THURSDAY:
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LEFT Students walk under she arch at she Randall Iak, yester-
day. (ARtIEL BOND/Daily). ABOVE Daily activities at Campus
Student Bike un 33k Maynard St, Wednesday. (JAKE FROMM/
Daily) RIGHT Empty seats in Hill Auditorium during a rehearsal
for the Indian American Students Association cultural show.
(MAX COLLINS/Daily).

CRIME NOTES
CCRB patron Wallet swiped
throws papers from chair

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES
Circle K hosts Discussion
Service Day on race

WHEN: Wednesday at obout
10:05 am.
WHERE: Central Campus
Recreation Center
WHAT: An unknown person
threw a stack of newspapers
at a taff member stationed at
the front entrance when they
requested identification, Uni-
veruity Police reported.

WHEN: Wednesday at about
11:55 am.
WHERE: Shapiro Undergrad-
uate Library
WHAT: A wallet was stolen
from a coat on a chair, Univer-
sity Police reported. The owner
of the wallet was siting nextcto
the coat studying.

Wallet stolen Bus hits vehicle

WHAT:.The organiza-
tion is doing 24 hours of
various community service
to complete 2,000 ser-
vice hours and raise $700
with 500 participants.
WHO: Circle K
WHEN: Saturday from
8t am. to Sunday 8t am.
WHERE: Ginsberg Cen-
ter, 0024 Hill Street
TVistaar'
performance
WHAT: The annual
IASA culture show. This
year's theme uses vivid
colors, sung and dance to
show the Indian culture
throughout history.
WHO: Indian American
Student Association-
WHEN: Tonight at 7 p.m..
WHERE: Hill Auditorium

WHAT: In response to
President Obama's dec-
laration for a national
conversation on race,
the discussion aims to
bridge the gaps between
secular and religions, and
town and gown issues.
WHO: Center for the
Education of Women
WHEN: Today at 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Rack-
ham auditorium
CORRECTIONS
" A correction in yester-
day's edition of The Michi-
gan Daily, gave an incorrect
year for the establishment.
of the United States Navy
and Marine Corps. They
were established in 177S.
" Please report any error
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tions@michigandailycom.

1A Fox affiliate reported
that a Texas police depart-
ment mislabeled a fruit
delivery to the Segovia Unite
Prison and sent 25 pounds of
marijuana instead. tt came
from a produce truck that was
searched by police in which
they confiscated 1,000 pounds
of marijuana along with the
fruit. tt was discovered by
inuates unpackingethe crate.
2 University Athletic
Director Bill Martin
apologized this week for
shoving two student DPS staffers.
>>FOR MORE, SEE OPINION, PAGE 4
3 The New York Times
reported a New Jersey
judge ruled that a quadri-
palegic man had the right to
bear arms and buy a gun to go
hunting, after a police chief
rejected his application last year.
The man will mount the gun on
his wheelchair.

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WHEN: Wednesday at about
2:30 p.m.
WHERE: Law Quad
WHAT: A wallet left in the din-
ing hall was stolen after being
left unattended for three hours,
University Police reported.
There are no suspects.

WHEN: Wednesday at about
3:25 p.m.
WHERE: 200 Block of Fletch-
er St.
WHAT: A University bus hitsa
vehicle and continued without
stopping, University Police
reported.

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