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TUESDAY:
Professor Profiles

WEDNESDAY:
Before You Were Here

THURSDAY: FRIDAY:
Campus Clubs Photos of the Week

NIGHT AT THE MOVIES
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ill not be else, i'm not moving," NYU best for Michigan State soon be able to join mem-
n 15 feet of freshman Stephen Cahill University," Izzo said in the bers of the surrounding
University said in the article. article. community for dinners in
nce when a Public safety officers wThe new logo, a varia- their homes, as reported by
into effect may remind smokers to tion of the Spartan helmet, AU's daily newspaper, the
ding to the stand at least 15 feet away has faced heavy opposition Eagle.
ily newspa- from building entrances, from many students and Sponsoredbytheschool's
ton Square but the ban will primar- fans. It is part of an effort Community and Local Gov-
ily be enforced by students by MSU's athletics program ernment Relations office,
nokingwith- and members of the com- to rebrand itself, but other the new initiative aims to
buildings is munity. details will not be revealed foster a positive relation-
SN reported until April. ship between students and
ng ban was IZZO SHOWS SUPPORT The State News reported local residents.
udents in an FOR NEW MSU LOGO that current logos used by According to the Eagle,
lison Leary, the university's various many of these residents are
ce president According to the State athletic teams are not con- graduates of AU.
last October, News, Michigan State Uni- sistent - with some teams "We thought a nice way
rcent of stu- versity's men's basketball using the block "S" and oth- (for people to meet) would
the admin- coach Tom Izzo spoke out ers using a Spartan helmet. be for students and neigh-
ved of it. in support of the school's bors to get together over
udents have new logo during his press AU STUDENTS GET a meal," Penny Pagano,
I disapprov- conference last Monday. HOMECOOKED MEALS community and local gov-
ed. "For all of you out there ernment relations director,
neone tells that are complaining, American University said in the article.

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students tired of less-than-
stellar cafeteria fare will

MIA MARINO/Daily
Michigan Theater volunteers Joyce and Steve Gerber
take tickets for a showing of "Bilal's Stand" yesterday.

- SARA BOBOLTZ

CRIME NOTES

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

Tree falls on car MIPs given to Free game day
WHERE: Lot NC-51 2600 group in Bursley
Glazer for ladies

WHEN: Thursday at about
8:40 a.m.
WHAT: A University staff
member reported that a tree
fell on her car, according to
University Police. The owner of
the car was not injured.
Bikes stolen,
then recovered

WHERE: Bursley Hall
WHEN: Friday at about 11:50
p.m.
WHAT: Five males were
arrested for Minor in Posses-
sion of alcohol, University Police
reported. Four were released
and the fifth, a 16-year old, was
taken to the emergency room.
Male student
assaulted
WHERE: 216 Thayer
WHEN: Friday at about 2:50
WHAT: A male University
student was assaulted by five to
six college-aged males around
Washington Street and Thayer
Street, University Police
reported.

WHERE: Ross Academic Cen-
ter
WHEN: Sunday at about 4:30
a.m
WHAT: University Police
reported that two bikes were
stolen. The thieves were
stopped, and the bikes were
returned. There are no sus-
pects athis time.

WHAT: Women can play
pool, foosball, X-box and the
Wii for free.
WHO: Michigan Union Bil-
liards
WHEN: Today from 11:30
a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
WHERE: Billiards Room
Faith film
screening
WHAT: A 30-minute film
with interviews from young
Arab-American women who
talk aboutthe stereotypes
amd racism they face while
living in Chicago.
WHEN: Today at noon
WHO: Center for Middle
Eastern & North African
Studies
WHERE: School of Social
Work, Room 1636

Drug lecture
WHAT: Public Health Prof.
Paul Willison will give a lec-
ture on financingthe develop-
ment of drugs and vaccines.
WHO: International Policy
Center
WHEN: Tonight from 4 p.m.
to 5:30 p.m.
WHERE: Weill Hall, Room
1110
Table tennis
WHAT: Open practice for
members and nonmembers of
the University's table tennis
team.
WHEN: Tonight from 7 p.m.
to 9 p.m.
WHO: Michigan Union Bil-
liards
WHERE: Coliseum
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the Daily to corrections@
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The first Bloomingdale's
department store out-
side of the United States
opened in Dubai, The Huffing-
ton Post reported. Located in
the Dubai Mall, the store has
a 146,000-square-foot cloth-
ing and accessories area and a
54,000-square-foot home fur-
nishings section.
With a late goal Saturday,
the Michigan hockey
team beat Michigan State
University to avoid being swept
by the Spartans for the first
time since the 1997-1998 season.
>>FOR MORE, SEE THE SPORTSMONDAY
COLUMN, PAGE1B
The New York Times
reported China sur-
passed the United States,
Denmark, Germany and Spain
as the world's largest manu-
facturer of wind turbines and
solar panels in 2009.

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Haiti detains Americans taking kids across border

Baptists arrested for
taking kids out of
Haiti without permit
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP)
- Ten U.S. Baptists detained try-
ing to take 33 children out of,
earthquake-shattered Haiti with-
out government permission say

they were just trying to do the
right thing, applying Christian
principles to save Haitian chil-
dren.
But their "Orphan Rescue Mis-
sion" is striking nerves in a coun-
try that has long suffered from
child trafficking and foreign inter-
ventions, and where much of the
aid is delivered in ways that chal-
lenge Haiti's own rich religious

traditions.
Prime Minister Max Bellerive
yesterday told The Associated
Press that the group was arrested
and is under judicial investigation
"because it is illegal trafficking
of children and we won't accept
that."
The Americans are the first
people to be arrested since the Jan
12 quake on such suspicions.

The government and estab-
lished child welfare agencies are
trying to slow Haitian adoptions
amid fears that parentless or lost
children are more vulnerable
than ever to being seized and sold.
Without proper documents and
concerted efforts to track down
their parents, they could be forev-
er separated from family members
able and willing to care for them.

Bellerive's personal authorization
is now required for the departure
of any child.
The orphanage where the chil-
dren were later taken said some of
the kids have living parents, who
were apparently told the children
were going on a holiday from the
post-quake misery.
The church group's own mis-
sion statement said it planned to
spend only hours in the devas-
tated capital, quickly identifying
children without immediate fam-
ilies and busing them to a rented
hotel in the Dominican Republic
without bothering to get permis-
sion from the Haitian govern-

ment.
Whatever their intentions,
other child welfare organizations
in Haiti said the plan was foolish
at best.
"The instinct to swoop in and
rescue children may be a natural
impulse but it cannot be the solu-
tion for the tens of thousands of
children left vulnerable by the
Haiti earthquake," said Deb Barry,
a protection expert at Save the
Children, which wants a morato-
rium on new adoptions. "The pos-
sibility of a child being scooped up
and mistakenly labeled an orphan
in the chaotic aftermath of the
disaster is incredibly high."

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