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2A - Monday, November 16, 2009

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TUESDAY:
Off the Beaten Path

WEDNESDAY:
Campus Clubs

THURSDAY:
Before You Were Here

FRIDAY:
Photos of the Week

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Student paper faces harassment claims

CATCHING SOME AIR

A student newspaper at Fairfield
University that came under fire last
month after running a provoca-
tive column now faces harassment
claims from four students, accord-
ing to The Associated Press.
In the column, called "He Said:
The walk of shame," writer Chris
Surette advocates engaging in one-
night stands while characterizing
the women in such arrangements as
shameful. "Remember to be ruth-
less and have no shame," he wrote.
University administrators want
editors from the paper to stand
before a student conduct board. The
same board is reviewing the com-
plaints from the students who say
they "felt harassed and offended by
the column," according to the AP.
ACLU IMPLORES NEVADA
TO LET ACTIVISTS SPEAK

encouraging the school's president
to allow a controversial anti-illegal
immigration activist to be a panelist
in a forumscheduled for Nov. 19, the
Associated Press reports.
Some students and faculty at the
university have voiced opposition
to the panel's inclusion of Jim Gil-
christ, a co-founder of Minuteman
Project - a civilian border control
group - according to the Reno
Gazette-Journal.
Rebecca Gasca, public advocate
for the Nevada ACLU, told the Reno
Gazette-Journal that Gilchrist's
controversial opinions should not
interfere with his ability to speak at
a university, saying, "disagreement
can't be a justification for censorship,
especially in an educational forum."
TENNESSEE FOOTBALL
PLAYERS CHARGED WITH
ARMED ROBBERY

arrested Thursday and charged
with attempted armed robbery after
police say they approached aparked
car with a handgun and demanded
money, only to leave empty-handed
because none of the three victims
had money in their wallet, accord-
ing to the Associated Press.
The AP reported 'that Jan-
zen Jackson, Mike Edwards and
Nu'Keese Richardson, all 18, were
accompanied in the robbery by
Marie Montmarquet, 22.
According to the police report,
the victims showed their money-
less wallets to the robbers. The
victims correctly identified two
of the football players as the rob-
bers after police detained a vehi-
cle matching their description,
according to the AP.
First-year Tennessee football
coach Lane Kiffin refused to com-
ment on the situation until more
information surfaces, according to
USA Today.
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LSA freshman Asad Qureshi catches air while pitching
during a cricket game on Friday.

CRIME NOTES
Student cited Gym bag stolen

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES
Adobe workshop Rally on Diag

for arinKing

WHEN: Friday at about 2:33
a.m.
WHERE: Oxford Residence
Hall
WHAT: A student was cited
for drinking alcohol in the
lobby of her residence hall,
University Police reported.

WHEN: Saturday at 10:35 a.m.
WHERE: Central Campus
Recreation Center
WHAT: A gym bag was stolen
from outside the racquetball
court, University Police report-
ed. The victim's wallet, car
keys and clothes were stolen.

k n- a b r dsc

S ate oaruers
Coat swiped warned

WHAT: A workshop to
teach students about Adobe
Illustrator and how to pro-
duce professional posters for
conferences.
WHO: Teaching and Tech-
nology Collaborative
WHEN: Today at Ip.m.
WHERE: Duderstadt Center
(Media Union)
Research
workshop
WHAT: A workshop for stu-
dents who are interested in
social science research. The
workshop will focus on how
to use tools to allocate library
resources.
WHO: Teaching and Technol-
ogy Collaborative
WHEN: Today at 3 p.m.
WHERE: Hatcher Graduate
Library .

WHAT: A rally on the Diag
in support of a gender-neu-
tral housing proposal.
WHO: LGBT Commission
and the ACLU
WHEN: Today at 11a.m.
WHERE: The Diag
Lecture on
music education
WHAT: Prof. David Elliot
will be discussing his philos-
ophy on music education.
WHO: Music Education Car-
rigan Memorial
WHEN: Today at 7 p.m.
WHERE: E.V. Moore
Building
CORRECTIONS
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in the Daily to correc-
tions@michigandailycom-

New Jersey and New York
are reporting the largest
mumps outbreak in three
years, according to USA Today.
About180 cases have been dis-
covered in the two states. The
disease is suspected to have
been spread by an in-year-old
boy from the United Kingdom.
This is the second time
the Michigan hockey
team has fell below .500
after the first 10 games of the
season with Red Berenson as
head coach.
>>FOR MORE, SEE SPORTSMONDAY,
PAGE 1B
Household chores like
using a microwave and
vacuum can lower a man's
sperm count, according to the
U.K. Daily Mail. Researchers
concluded that the electro-
magnetic waves needed to do
many chores around the house
can lead to infertility.

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WHEN: Friday at about 4:45
a.m.
WHERE: University Hospital
WHAT: A male suspect stole a
coat from the Hospital, Univer-
sity Police reported. The jacket
was stolen from level six of the
hospital, with nothing in the
pockets.

WHEN: Saturday at about 4
p.m.
WHERE: Outside the Kelsey
Museum
WHAT: Three teenage boys
were issued a verbal warning
for skateboarding outside the
museum, University Police
reported.

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