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Friday, March 19, 2010

MONDAY:
In Other Ivory Towers
LEFT Engineering freshman Kevin
Kane dresses up ton celebrate St.
Patrick's Day and dances in the
Chemistry Building atrium en
Wednesday. (TOREHAN SHAR-
MAN/Daily) TOP RIGHT Archi-
tecture and Unbar Planning juniur
Nora Lean works en her midterm
prelect en Wednesday. Hen mid-
term prject is tu construct a
medel ten a new athletic center.
(TOREHAN SHARMAN/Daily)
BOTTOM RIGHT Engineering
sophemere Eric Raynal plays the
carillen in the Lurnn Tower en
North Campus en Menday while
Music, Theater and Dance junier
Rachel ear Amburgh leeks en.
Raynal said he plays the carillen
because he semetimes gets tired
st all the math and engineering
week he has and likes te de soe-
thing musical. The carillens are
played everyday frem t:3D p.m. te
2 p.m. (TDREHAN SHARMAN/
Daily)
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CRIME NOTES
Vehicle severs
stop sign
WHERE: Fletcher Carport
WHEN: Wednesday at about
7:30 am.
WHAT: A stop signeat the car-
port's exit was damaged and
removed from the pavement,
University Police reported.
There are no suspects.
Technology thief
takes off with HP
'WHERE: Life Sciences tnstituote
Building
WHEN: Wednesday at about 2
pm.
WHAT: An HP laptop com-
puter was stolen after being left
unattended, University Police
reported.

TUESDAY:
Professor Profiles

WEDNESDAY:
Before You Were Here

THURSDAY:FRDY
Campus Clubs P.tosof he ee

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CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

Juice and j ams
WHERE: Lot M-28
WHEN: Thursday at about 3:30
WHAT: A male subject was
charged with trespassing after
police found him blasting
music in his parkeed vehicle,
University Police reported. He
was charged with trespassing
and taken to the University
Hospital's emergency room
after drug content was found in
his body.
Laundry larceny
WHERE: Laundry Building
WHEN: Wednesday at about
10:30 am.
WHAT: $50 worth of cash was
stolen frocm awalletlkept inan
unsecured loc'ler, University
Police reported.

Monologue
performance
WHAT: The 5th annual
muticultural ononlogue
show abeout domestic
violence, sexuality, cul-
ture and relationships.
WHO: Yoni Ki Baat
WHEN: Tonight and
tomorrow night at 7 pm.
WHERE: East Quad,
Keene Theater
Play on Latina
identities
WHAT: A play exam-
ining the identities of
Latina women in mood-
emn American society.
WHO: Sigma Lambda
Gamma, Lambda Theta
Alpha and Delta Tau Lambda
WHEN: Tonight at 7 p.m.
WHERE: Biomedi-
cal Science Research
Building, Auditorium

Urhanism
conference
WHAT: International
academics will discuss
future issues cities face.
WHO: Taubman Col-
lege of Architecture
and Urban Planning
WHEN: Toeday and tomnor-
row at 4:30 pn.
WHERE: Raclk-
ham Auditoriuem
UMix
WHAT: Various activi-
ties inclictong "Thne Bliond
Side" movie showing
and survival bingo.
WHO: University Unions
Arts & Programs
WHEN: Tonight freo DO
pnn. tso2 am.
WHERE: Pier-
pont Commons
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1Hustler nmagazine's Larry
Plynt is working with
David Eisenbach of Colum-
bia University to write "One
Nation Under Sex: Mow the
Private Lives of Presidents and
First Ladies Shaped America,"
according to The Washing-
ton Post. Tine beok is set to be
released en 20t1.
2 Ann Arbor is en the run-
neng to become. a trial
location for Google Fiber,
ahigh-speed Internet network
that Google is currently devel-
oping.
>>POR MORE,5SEE OPINION, PAGE4
3Facebook officials said
they will not be including
a "panic button" on the
site after a 17-year-old was mur-
dered by a convicted sex offend-
er she met through the site,
The Washington Post reported.
The officials said they are not
"experts on child protection"

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