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2A - Wednesday, March 10, 2010
MONDAY:
In Other Ivory Towers

TUESDAY:
Professor Profiles

THURSDAY: FRIDAY:
Campus Clubs Photos of the Week
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When two MSA officials resigned
.In February 1916, two not to speak to the press, dropped all of its charges
nembers of the Michigan When Norris discovered against Norris. Eric Sch-
tudent Assembly resigned Bullard had told others about naufer, MSA personnel chair-
rom their posts amidst the work-study job, Bullard man, said at the time that he
,ontroversial charges and said in a Feb. 12, 1986 Daily believed MSA dropped the
lleged death threats, article that he confronted her charges to salvage the Assem-
Cheryl Biullard, adminis- in an abusive manner. bly's image.
:rative coordinator for MSA "Norris came into my Following his resignation,
tthe time, claimed that Law- office, closed the door so that Norris wrote a 14-page letter
'ence Norris, chairman of the it was locked from the out- to the MSA Steering Corn-
VISA Minority Affairs Coin- side and proceeded to poke mittee that was quoted in
nittee, held a work-study job a finger in my face, use abu- the Feb. 181, 1986 article. In
hat was a conflict of interest sive language and threaten his letter, he claimed that the
ecause Norris worked for my life," Bullard said in the reason the "conflict of inter-
liara Sudarkasa, the chief article, eat" charges surfaced in the
ninority affairs administra- Bollard resigned on Feb. first place was because be
ocr for the University. 8, 1986. She said the primary was a black student who was
IBullard informed Paul reason behind her decision attempting to push minority
Josephson, MSA's president was MSA's lack of action upon initiatives forward.
[the time, about the situ- her claim that Norris threat- "I felt that I was treated
dun. Bullard also leaked coed her. wrongly, and that racism had
iformation on Norris's work- Four days later MSA decid- a lot to do with it," he wrote
tudy job to The Michigan ed that Norris's job was a in the letter, according to the
rally. This angered Joseph- conflict of interest, and MSA Daily article.

son, who claimed he bad spe-
cifically instructed Bullard
CRIME NOTES

asked him to resign.
Mowever, MSA had

SAMANTH-A RAUEN/Daily
Art and Denies senior Sam Bates plays the accordion on Main Street yesterday.
Passerby Joanna Archetti takes a moment to enjoy the manic and sing along.
Bates said he plays to tamn performance experience.

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CAMPUS EVTENTS & NOTES

Car swiped from $1,600 laptop

parking lot
WHERE: Lot SC-34
WHEN: Monday at about 7:30
p.m.
WHAT: A 2000 Honda Civic
belonging to a female Univer-
sity staff member was stolen
between 9:45 a.m. and 7:45
P.m. Monday, University Police
reported.
Stolen car doors
sold on Ehay
WHERE: Campus Safety
Services
WHEN: Monday at about
12:20 p.m.
WHAT: A male University
staff member reported that
stolen car doors from his Itoh-
cat were being sold on Ebay,
University Police reported. The
case is under investigation.

taken at UGLi
WHERE: Shapiro Undergrad-
uate Library
WHEN: Monday at about 11:30
WHAT: A male student's
$1,600 ThinkPad laptop was
stolen while it was left unat-
tended for 1S minutes, Univer-
sity Police reported. There are
no suspects.

Depression
conference
WHAT: A conference
about depression on col-
lege campuses. Experts will
discuss ways to prevent
the illness and treat stu-
dents suffering from it.
WHO: Depression Center
WHEN: Today from
12:30 p.m. to 6 p.m
WHERE: Eackham Audi-
torium

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from parked car IT D1~

Medical School
career forum
WHAT: A medical school
career fair will provide
students with advice about
nmedical school applications.
WHO: Career Center
WHEN: Today at 3 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan Union
CORRECTIONS
O The Campus Events &
Notes section in yesterday's
edition of The Michigan
Daily misidentified the loca-
tion of Artsbreak. It was
held in the Commons Cafe
in Pierpont Commons.
" An article in yesterday's
edition of The Michigan
Daily ("MSA boostsafunding
for student orgs this aemes-
tert) inaccurately identi-
fied Crosby Modrowski as
a man. She is a woman.
. Please report any error
in the Daily to correc-
tions@fmichigandaily.com.

1According to ABC News,
a Walmart store in Louisi-
ana is causing controversy
for selling a black garble
doll for half of the price of a
white garble doll. A Walmart
spokesperson said the price was
reduced to encourage sales and
clear shelf space for new inven-
tory.
2The White House has
"created or saved" 640,000
jobs from the passage
of the stimulus through
October 2009, according to a
Dec. 1 CNN report.
>> FOR MORE, SEEBOPINION, PAGE 4A
3The oldest woman in the
United States passed away
yesterday, according to the
Journal Sentinel Online.
Mary Josephine Ray passed
away Sunday at 114 years, 294
days old. She died two days
after the second oldest woman
in the world, Daisey Bailey of
Detroit, who died at age 113
years, 242 days.

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WHERE: Lot NC-Si
WHEN: Monday at about 4:15
p.m.
WHAT: A purse that belonged
to a female Universityastaff mem-
ber was stolen from her parked
car, University Police reported.
The suspectasmashed the car's
windowto get tothe purse.

open house
_ WHAT: A demonstration on
how to use motion capture,
visual reality, rapid pro-
toyping and 3D scanning.
WHO: Digital Media
Commons
WHEN: Today from
10 am. to 3 p.m.
WHERE: Duderstadt
Media Union

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