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2 - Friday, February 12, 2010

The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com

MONDAY:
In Other Ivory Towers
LEFT Ellen Myers participates in
a candlelieht nigil en the Diag tnr
students massacred in the Ciudad
Juarez Drug Warons Thursday.
As et the beginning ef February,
230 people have heen killed in
Juamaz ths year. (SAMANTHA
TRAUBEN/Daily) TOP RIGHT
Michigan State President Lee
Anna K. Simen, lett, Univeersity
President Mary Sue Cleman,
center, and Wayne State Presi-
dent Jay Noren, right, speak at
the University tesearch Cerider
in Lansing last Friday. (AEIEL
BOND/Daily) BOTTOM RIGHT
Charlie White and Meryl'Duels,
an Olympic-bound ice dancing
pair, bane been skating tegether
since they were eight. White and
Meryl will be cempetiting ten the
United States' irst geld metal in
ice dancing. In 2009 White and
Davis wee the National title in ice
dancing. (JED MOCH/Daily)
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CRIME NOTES
Stolen narcotics
WHERE: 15oo block of East
Medical Center
WHEN: Wednesdayatuabout
10:45 am.
WHAT: Narcotics were stolen
from the EEG lab, including
oxycodone, Percocet, Lyrica
und Altrium, University Polite
reported. There are no sue-
pects.
Threatening text
messages
WHERE: Northwood 5
WHEN: Wednesday atuabout
10:30 am.
WHAT: A student reported
recieving threatening text
messages from an ex-boy-
friend, which is a violation of
a personal protection order,
University police reported.

TUESDAY:
Professor Profiles

WEDNESDAY:
Before You Were Here

THURSDAY:
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Broken
bathroom door
WHERE: Couzens Hall
WHEN: Wednesday at about
2:15 p.m.
WHAT: A stall door in the
men's bathroom was damaged
and removed from its hinges,
University police reported.
Cash stolen from
unlocked desk
WHERE: North tngalls Building
WHEN: Wednesday at about
12:30 p.m.
WHAT: A University faculty
member reported $105 in cash
stolen from an unlocked desk
drawer, University police
reported.

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES
Minorities in Philharmonia
higher ed. Orchestra

WHAT: Panelists from
Historically Black Col-
leges and Universities
will discuss work experi-
ences and hiring advice.
WHO: Center for Research
on Learning and Teach-
ing and Rackham
WHEN: Today from 3:30 p.m.
to 5 p.m.
WHERE: Assembly Hall,
Rackham Auditorium
Challah for
Hunger
WHAT: Challah sale fea-
turing plain, chocolate
chip, and apple cirnna-
moo, $4.00 per challah.
WHO: Hillel
WHEN: Today from
11 a.m. to 2p.m.
WHERE: Mandell L.
Berman Center, Hillel

WHAT: First UPO con-
cert of the semester.
WHO: University Phil-
harmonia Orchestra
WHEN: Tonight at 8 p.m.
WHERE: Hill Auditorium
CORRECTIONS
" The article "Michigan
Vision Party announces
candidates for MSA
president, vice president"
misidentified MSA Presi-
dent Abhishek Mahanti
and MSA Vice President
Mike Rorro's relationship
with MVP. They were the
party's first presidential
and vice presidential can-
didates, but are no longer
affiliated with the party.
1 Please report any error
in the Daily to correc-
tions@michigandaily.com.

1The New York Times
reported that 95,900
jobs are to be added every
month this year, according to
a White House report released
Thursday. Officials in the
White House report also said
that unemployment is still like-
ly to linger around 10 percent
and not fall below 6 percent
until 2015.
2The University received
an 'A' for its practices in
recycling and composting
from the Sustainable Endow-
ments tnstitute's 2010 College
Sustainability Report Card.
FOR MORE, SEEROPINION, PAGE 4
3According to the Lexing-
ton Herald-Leader, o man
in Lexington was charged
for trafficking marijuana after
reporting his. drugs stolen.
Police searched his residence
and found $225 in cash, a digi-
tal scale, rolling papers and 140
grams of hidden marijuana.

MORE ONLINE -
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Two suicide bombers kill 15,
wound 30 in N.W. Pakistan0

E-mail ertgreen@gmail.com for details

Attacks came during
U. S. national
security advisor visit
PESHAWAR, Pakistan (AP) -
Two suicide bombers struck outside
a police complex in northwestern
Pakistan, killing 15 people and
underscoring the relentless militant
threat despite army operations and
U.S. missile strikes against al-Qaida
and the Taliban.
The second blast Thursday

went off as rescuers responded
to the first - a militant tactic
seen before in Pakistan, but not
often. Of the 15 dead, at leasot
nine were police, while the 30
people wounded included the
city's police chief, hospital official
Abdul Hafeez said.
The attacks in the city of Banno
coincided with a visit to tslamabad
by White House National Security
Adviser Jim Jones.
Militants have carried out
numerous attacks on security
forces over the past several years

to undermine the public's confi-
dence in the already-weak state.
On Wednesday, a suicide bomber
killed t0 police officers and seven
civilians in the Khyber tribal region
near the Afghanoborder.
No group immediately claimed
responsibility for Thursday's blasts,
which were carried out by attackers
on foot outside a gate to the police
complex, but suspicion is .likely
to fall on the Pakistani Taliban.
The city of Bannu lies just outside
North Waziristan, a major militant
stronghold.

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