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2A - Monday, December 7, 2009

TUESDAY:
Off the Beaten Path

WEDNESDAY: THURSDAY:
Campus Clubs Before You Were Here

FRIDAY:
Photos of the Week

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COMPUTING CHRISTMAS CAROLS

V A Tech. developments

Atnleast two Virginia Tech University
officials informed choir own families
of the cwo residence hail shootings in
April 2007 before announcing ic no the
resc of campus, The New York Times
reported.
These officials, who accordingcto the
Times "could have saved lives bynotify-
ing students and faculcy members ear-
lier about the killings on campus," were
part of the university's crisis-response
team, and they reportedly told their
families that doors to many administra-
tive offices, including that of the uni-
versity's president, had been locked.
HOFSTRA CUTS
FOOTBALL TEAM
Hofstra University dropped its foot-
ball program last Wednesday due to a
lack of interestcin the team as well as the
cost of running the program, according
to the New York Daily News.
Hofstra President Stuart Rabinow-
itz told the Daily News the funds will

instead be used for "new academic pro-
grams and need-based scholarships."
The university will honor the
scholarships of the team mem-
bers who decide to stay at Hofotra,
according to the Daily News. There
are no piano to cot any other sports
programs at this tine.
COLORADO STATE
UNIVERSITY BANS FIREARMS
Colorado State University's Board of
Governors voted unanimoosly on Fri-
day to ban concealed weapons on cam-
pus, The Associated Press reported.
Most major colleges across the nation
already don't allow guns on campus,
butcontil now Colorado State University
had been deferring to state laws that
allow people to carry guns on campus
as long as they had a permit.
With this gon ban, Utah will become
the only state where concealed weap-
ons are allowed on college campuses.
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CRIME NOTES

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

Office supplies Nintendo stolen Survival Bingo Communication

stmien WHERE: Mott Children's

WHERE: Fleming Adminis-
tration Bilding
WHEN: Friday at aboot 10:15
WHAT: Office sopplies valued
at $220 was stolen from a supply
closet, University Police report-
ed. There are no suspects.

Hospital
WHEN: Friday at shoot 5:40
pm.
WHAT: An onattended Nine-
tendo OS valued at $120t was
stolen from a patient's room,
University Police reported.
Basketball

License plate equipment taken

WHAT: Free Bingo is
offered twice a month.
Participants win prizes to
help them "survive" the
semsester, like detergent and
snacks.
WHO: University Unions
Arts & Programs
WHEN: Tonight from 8 to
9Pp.
WHERE: University Clob,
Michigan Union
Translation
lecture
WHAT: Fiona Macintosh of
the University of Oxford will
give a lectore on Maenads in
Britain.
WHO: Comparative Litera-
tore
WHEN: Today at 4 p.
WHERE: Angell Hall, Room

panei
WHAT: A panel will discuss
how to effectively communi-
cate to an aodience.
WHO: Center for the Edoca-
tion of Women
WHEN: Tonight from 5:30 to
7:30 p.m.
WHERE: 330 E. Liberty
Pool and games
WHAT: Students can pay $3
to play unlimited billiards
and pool.
WHO: Michigan Union Bil-
liards
WHEN: Tonight from 9 to
11:30 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan Union
CORRECTIONS
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in the Daily to correc-
tions@michigandaily~com.

1Police in Portage, Ind.
caught a 48-year-old
intoxicated man trying to
bring home a stolen Christmas
tree on the handlebars of his
get-away bike, The Associated
Press reported. The tree, which
was marked with a $40 price
tag, was returned to the lot.
2After complaints of Qwiz-
dom's technical malfonc-
tion, the LSA Student
Government and Instructional
Support Services are looking
for a replacement device.
>>FOR MORE, SEE OPINION, PAGE 4A
3Robert Degen, a clob musi-
cian from Scranton, Pa. who
copyrighted "The Hokey
Pokey Dance" in 1944, died on his
104th birthday Nov. 23, The New
York Times reported. Though
credit for the song usually goes
to Larry LaPrise of the Ram Trio,
the group didn't record the song
until later thatdecade.

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Allison SantacreU Layot Manager
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Brittany Morales Cicuaton0Manager
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WHERE: 3600 Varsity Drive
WHEN: Friday at about 10:30
WHAT: A Michigan license
plate was stolen from a boat
trailer owned by the Universi-
ty, University Police reported.

WHERE: Crisler Arena
WHEN: Saturday at about
9:40 am.
WHAT: Basketball equipment
that was property of the Uni-
versity was stolen from a caged
area in Crisier Arena, Univer-
sity Police reported. There are
no suspects.

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