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2A - Monday, March 8, 2010
MONDAY:
In Other vyTowers

TUESDAY:
Professor Profiles

WEDNESDAY:
Before You Were Here

THURSDAY: FRIDAY:
Campus Clubs Photos of the Week

UCLA students rally against cuts, hikes

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Hundreds of students and staff at
the University of California, Los Ange-
les rallied in support of public educa-
tion in California during the National
Day of Action on March 4, according
to an article in the Daily Bruin, the
University of California, Los Angeles'
campus newspaper.
According to the article, the activ-
ists - who chanted "Education should
be free - no cuts, no fees" - protested
education budget cuts as well as inci-
dents of racial discrimination that
have allegedly occurred at multiple
University of California campuses.
UCLA spokesman Phil Hampton
said in the article that university offi-
ials have accepted a list of student
demands but that no changes could be
promised.
"I think that, like students, UCLA
campus leaders are concerned about
the rising cost of education," Hampton
said in the article. "We are committed
... to finding cost savings and preserv-
ing the high quality of education."
CRIME NOTES
Graffiti drawn in Mai
building elevator prey
WHERE: Haven Hall WHEI
WHEN:Friday at about 9 a.m. WHEN
WHAT: A south elevator was WHAT
vandalized with undecipher- for fili
able white graffiti lettering, tion aft
University Police reported. change
There are no suspects. date on
Policer
Man steals food affiliate
and wa
from kitchen rant au
WHERE: MedicalInn Veh
WHEN:Fridayat about 12:50
p.m. WHER
WHAT: A man not affili- WHEN
ated with the University was a.m.
arrested after Hospital securi- WHAT
ty observed him stealing food membe
from a hospital kitchen, Uni- foundt
versity Police reported. The both si
man was found to have sus- report:
pected marijuana with him. pects.

MSU BANS USE OF LIVE ANIMALS
IN VET SCHOOL TRAINING
Michigan State University will stop
using live animals when training stu-
dents in its College of Veterinary Medi-
cine to perform surgeries, The State
News reported in an article published on
March 4.
MSU officials announced the ban last
week and said the school will start using
animal cadavers in the fall, according to
the article.
Currently, the college buys animals
that are bred for scientific purposes. Dur-
ing surgeries, the animals, mostly dogs,
are placed under anesthesia and then
euthanized.
Bryden Stanley, an assistant professor
of small animal clinical practices at MSU,
told the State News that the school has
been looking into ways to teach surgeries
that don't involve live animals for a few
years. He said the cadavers will provide
the same learning experience as live ani-
mals.
"It will be skill-based, and they will

have practiced so manytimes, when they
do come to the live animal, they will be
better prepared," Stanley said in the
article.
TEXAS UNIVERSITY GROUP
TRADESPORNFORBIBLES
Atheist Agenda, a student group at
the University of Texas at San Antonio,
led a drive to exchange pornography for
religious texts, according to a March 2
article in the Paisano Online.
In its "Smut for Smut" campaign on
March 1, the group exchanged copies of
Playboy and Penthouse magazines for
Bibles, Torahs and Korans.
According to the article, a group of
Christian students protesting the cam-
paign deterred students from participat-
ing in the exchange.
UTSA sophomore Cecilia Tapia was
among the protesters who carried signs
that said "Jesus Saves" and "Jesus loves
the Atheist Agenda."
"I'm here to make sure they know the
word of God," Tapia said in the article.
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Students protest cuts to higher education at the
Capitol in Sacramento, Calif., Thursday.

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES
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RE: East Medical Center
N:Friday at about1p.m.
T: A man was arrested
ng a fraudulent prescrip-
ter he attempted to
the type of drug and
the form, University
reported. The man is not
ed with the University
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thorization.
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RE:1519 Fuller
v:Saturdayatabout9:15
T: A University staff
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their vehicle keyed on
des, University Police
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WHAT: Iranian-Americans
who fled Iran during the
1979 Revolution discuss their
experience assimilating into
American culture and their
lives changed after 9/11.
WHO: Center for Mid-
dle Eastern & North
African Studies
WHEN: Today at noon
WHERE: School of Social
Work Building, Room 1636
Tuberculosis
prevention talk
WHAT: Carol Nyirenda,
a health activist who has
been infected with tuber-
culosis, will talk about
the importance and chal-
lenges of controlling.
tuberculosis in Oetroit
and Washtenaw County.
WHO: American Medi-
cal Student Association
WHEN: Today at noon
WHERE: Medical Science II
Building, West Lecture Hall

WHAT: Prof. Nilton Renno
will discuss how research-
ers discovered evidence
for water on Mars.
WHO: Shapiro Under-
graduate Library
WHEN: Today
from 4 to 5 p.m.
WHERE: Duderstadt
Center, Room 1180
Justice lecture
WHAT: Jane Olson, chair
of the International Board
of Human Rights Watch,
will give a lecture titled
"The Healing Power of
International Justice."
WHO:aCenter for Interna-
tional & Comparative Law
WHEN: Today from
4 to 5:15 p.m.
WHERE: Hutchins
Hall, Room 116
CORRECTIONS
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gandaily.com.

IraninPresident Mahmoud
Ahmadinejad dismissed
the Sept. 11 attacks as a
"big fabrication" on Saturday,
Reuters reported. Ahmadine-
jad claimed the attacks served
solely to justify the United
States' invasion of Afghanistan.
This comment came amidst
increasing tension between
Iran and the West.
The Michigan men's
basketball team got
crushed by rival Michi-
gan State last night in East
Lansing, giving the Spartans
a share of the Big Ten title.
FOR MORE, SEE SPORTSMONDAY
3 A Manhattan cocktail
waitress is suing her boss
for sexual harrasment,
alleging he snorted cocaine off
her shoulder, the New York Post
reported. The waitress said.
she snuck out of the club and
told police following the inci-
dent.

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"The small class sizes made
sure that I didn't feel like
another number The faculty
was generous - one of my
professors even had office
hours on a Saturday night."
Seema Kumar, MD
Class of 2008
Internal Medicine Resident
Harbor Hospital, Maryland
College of Medicine
College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
Rethink healthcare education at AUA.
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