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TUESDAY:
Professor Profiles

WEDNESDAY:
Before You Were Here

THURSDAY: FRIDAY:
Campus Clubs Photos of the Week

UCLA undergrads run in undies

CHECK MATE

About 300 students at the Uni-
versity of California at Los Angeles
took part in an "Underground Undie
Run" on St. Patrick's Day, despite dis-
approval from the school's adminis-
tration, The Daily Bruin reported on
March 19.
According to the article, the tra-
dition, which happens four times a
year, was canceled last Julybecause.
of safety concerns and attendance
by people unaffiliated with the uni-
versity.
Before the run, a police officer
forced about 15 students to put their
clothes back on and threatened to
have their diplomas held by the dean
of students if they did not leave, the
article reported.
Despite the police presence, stu-
dents decided to participate in the
run.
"It's a rare opportunity to run
around in your underwear, and
as long as I don't break the law,
I'll be OK," Allison Green, a first-

year student at UCLA, said in the compost and using alternatives to
article. plastic and foam plates.

MARSHALL UNIVERSITY
DINING HALLS GO TRAYLESS
The Sustainability Department
of Marshall University in West Vir-
ginia initiated trayless dining at two
dining halls on campus in an effort
to become more eco-friendly in the
cafeterias, The Parthenon reported
in a March 19 article.
Trayless dining can reduce elec-
tricity bills and save thousands of
gallons of water per day, the article
reported.
"The majority of students felt
comfortable going trayless," Margie
Phillips, sustainability manager at
Marshall, said in the article. "I know
it's hard, They're used to using the
trays, but change is good."
Phillips said in the article that in
the future the school's dining halls
may try turning food waste into

BILL NYE TO DELIVER
COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS
AT QUINNIPIAC UNIVERSITY
The class of 2010 student govern-
ment cabinet of Quinnipiac Univer-
sity - located in Hamden, Conn.
- announced that Bill Nye would
be the commencement speaker at its
graduation on Sunday, May 16, The
Quinnipiac Chronicle reported in a
March 18 article.
Bill Nye is most fanous for host-
ing the television series, "Bill Nye
the Science Guy," which ran from
1993 to 1997. He has also made guest
appearances on various game shows
and television programs, includ-
ing acting as an "expert" lifeline on
"Who Wants to be a Millionaire,"
the article reported.
- DAVID BUCCILLI

MIA MARINO/C
LSA junior Andrew Konishi makes his next move while
practicing with the chess team in the Michigan Union.

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CRIME NOTES

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

Bicycle hit and Stairway spitters Health care
run WHERE: Burton Memorial experts to ta

Lecture on
ilk sustainability

WHERE: West Quadrangle
Residence Hall
WHEN: Friday at about 7 p.m.
WHAT: A student was struck
by an unknown male riding
a bicycle, University Police
reported. There are no sus-
pects.

Tower
WHEN: Friday at about noon
WHAT: Several children were
running up and down the stairs
and spitting in the stairways
of Burton Memorial Tower,
University Police reported.
The children were gone when
police arrived.

problems in

U.S.

Blackberry lifted Wide-open door
in 'U' hospital scratches car

WHERE: University Hospital
Emergency Room
WHEN: Sunday at about 12:15
p.m.
WHAT: A hospital patient
reported that someone had sto-
len their Blackberry, according
to University Police. Another
hospital patient is a suspect.

WHERE: Palmer Drive Park-
ing Structure
WHEN: Sunday at 4 p.m.
WHAT: A man reported that
another's car door scratched
his car. After confrontingthe
other male, the victim was
pushed. The suspect was iden-
tified and interviewed.

WHAT: A forum that will
feature a panel of experts
who will discuss the problems
of health care in America.
WHO: Center forLocal,
State and Urban Policy
WHEN: Today from
4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
WHERE: Weill Hall
Cultural film
screening
WHAT: A film called "The
Letter" exploring media
coverage of the Somali inva-
sion of Lewiston, Maine.
WHO: Center for Middle
Eastern
WHEN: Today from noon
to 1:30 p.m.
WHERE:Schoa sSoacial
Work Building

WHAT: Dr. John Holdren,
science advisor for President
Barack Obama, will discuss
Science and Technology pol-
icy priorities in the Obama
administration.
WHO: Center for Sustainable
Systems
WHEN: Today from 5 p.m. to
6:30 p.m.
WHERE: Rackham Audito-
rium
Diag exhibit on
animal rights
WHAT: Advocates for animal
rights will gather on the Diag.
WHO: Michigan Animal
Rights Society
WHEN: Today all day
WHERE: The Diag
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President Barack Obama
sent a case of Molson Cana-
dian beer to Canadian
Prime Minister Stephen Harp-
er, settling a bet made over the
Olympic U.S-Canada hockey
game, the Los Angeles Times
reported. Harper's spokesper-
son said the case of beer will be
donated to the Hockey Hall of
Fame in Toronto, Canada.
Walk-on goalie Shawn
Hunwick, who had seen
just 18 minutes of action
before Feb. 25, led the Wol-
verines in an unlikely CCHA
Championship run this week-
end, extending their NCAA
Tournament streak to 20 years.
">FOR MORESEE SPORTSMONDAY,INSIDE
A school janitor at a Brit-
ish private school is under
investigation for trying to
poison soup being prepared for
students, according to Yahoo
News. About750 students
attend the school.

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From March 17 through April 16, you can take
advantage of online advice, in-person programs
and text messages that help you put your best
foot forward after graduation.

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Get in-person help at our R2L
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Deadline: Monday, March 22.
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