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2 - Friday, February 19, 2010
MONDAY:
In Other Ivory Towers

TUESDAY:
Professor Profiles

WEDNESDAY:
Before You Were Here

THURSDAY: I'FRDY
Campus Clubs P*oos.o theWee

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LEFT Carmen Reynolds, a sophomore on the momen's basketball team, talks aboot her decision to come to the University of Michigan even thoogh her family has almays been strong sop-
porters of Ohio State University. (TOREHAN SHARMAN/Daily) TOP RIGHT An official at a Michigan hockey game against Nebraska-Omaha at the Qmest Center on Friday. Michigan
lost the game 4-3. (JAKE FRfOMM/Daily) BOTTOM MIDDLE A member of a panel of representatives from the United States Environmental Protection Agency, the Council on Environ-
mental Quality, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Seroice and the U.S. Coast Goard discosses the issoe of Asian carp entering the Great Lakes. (TOREHAN
SHARfMAN/Daily) BOTTOM RIGHT Molecolar Cellolar and Developmental Biology research scientist Ray Barbehenn examines poplar trees for a USDA-sponsored project in the Kroos
Buildings greenhouse. (MARISSA MCCLAIN/Daily)

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CIME NOTES
Finger cut leads Serial thief
to hospital visit swipes car parts
WHR:Mosher-Jordan WHERE: 21S3 Hubbord, Lot
Residence Mall NWHE:Wdnsa1a0hu
WHEN: Wednesday at about WHN:Wenedapm.aou
1:30 pm.WH:4 ThrepGeera
WHAT: A subject cut her fin- MoTr ees hadncaalyi
ger, University police reported, oosvhce a aayi h a ae otehsia converters stolen between 11
Shfo taen to h osia p.m. on Monday and 5:30 p.m.
on Wednesday, University
police reported, There are no
Three vehicles suspects,
crash, car towed Parking lot
WHERE: Maiden Lane accident
WHEN: Wednesday at about WHERE: 1600 East Medical
9:50 pm. Center, M-tB Carport
WHAT: Three vehicles were WHEN: Wednesday at about
in a traffic accident, Univer- 9 p.m.
sity Police reported. DPS was WHAT: A vehicle in the emit
called to the scene along with lane of the carport hacked up,
the Ann Arbor Police Depart- hitting the carhbehind it, Uni-
scent, who reported that there versicy police reported. The
were no injuries. One vehicle offending vehicle then drove
was towed. away. There were no injuries.
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CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

Our Town
performance at
Mendelssohn
WHAT: Directed by Jerry
Schwiebert, Our Town
is a play about American
life, love and death. Tick-
ets are $9 for students.
WHO: Department of
Theatre & Drama
WHEN: Tonight at B p.m.
WHERE: Mendelssohn
Theatre
Production of
Dr. Horrible's
Sing -a-long Blog
WHAT: A performance of
the Emnmy-Award winning
online mini-series about
the life of a ubervillian.
WHO: B~asenment Arts
WHEN: Tonight at 7 p.m.
WHERE: Walgreen
Drama Center

How to relax
WHAT: Students can learn
relaxation techniques.
WHO: Counseling and
Psychsological Services
WHEN: Today fronts12:15
p.m. to B p..
WHERE: CAPS Library,
Rooms 3000, Michigan Onion
Charity Ball
WHAT: Nursing students
will sponstnr the third annual
"Hope for Haiti" Charity Ball
to raise smoney for Faculty of
Nursing Science of the Epis-
ctpal University of Haiti.
WHO: Student
Nurses Associatiosn
WHEN: Tonight from
B p.tm. tnt midnight
WHERE: Michigan
League tBallroonn
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1Detroit is considered the
second most affordable
city in America, second
to Indianapolis, according to
CNNMoney.com.
2According to the Cen-
ter for Information
and Research on Civil
Learning and Engagment,
two-thirds of voters ages
18 to 29 voted for Barack
Obama in the 2008 election.
This was the only age group
En show a significant increase
in voter turnout, increasing
from 47 to 49 percent accord-
ing to the U.S. Census Bureau
News.
>>FOR MORE,.SEE OPINION, PAGE 4
3Swiss prostitutes are
being trained to use
defibrillators to prevent
the death of clients with
heart problems, according to
Telegraph. coouk.

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