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MONDAY:
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TUESDAY:
Professor Profiles

WEDNESDAY: TU-DA:FRIDAY:
Before You Were Here _______________ Photos of the Week

One Campaign

With ties to Nigeris and
Ltondon, One Csmpsign is an
internstionslly recognized non-
profit organization designed to
combat disease snd povercy in
Africs.
Stephsnie Psrrish, Public
Policy student and cu-chair
of One Campaign, helped to
establish a University chapter
of the organization last fall. The
group, she said, set nut to put
pressure on the United States to
provide additional aid to Africa
and inspire American college
students to take action on the
issue.
According to the One Cam-
paign's website, the group is a
"grassroots campaign and advo-
cacy organization hacked by
more than 2 million people." Ic
was co-founded by U2 frontman
Bono and other activists. The
group also works closely with

African policy makers, accord-
ingsto the wehsite.
"We want to act assa voice for
the people who are not heing
heard," Parrish said.
Parrish said she initially
joined One Campaign in search
of anew hobhy and glohal cause.
Many members in One Cam-
paign, she said, joined because
of personal ties to the social and
political issues targeted by the
group.
One Campaign has recently
joined tisc One Campus Chal-
lenge - a competition between
colleges nationwide designed
to raise awareness about global
poverty.
The competition, which
awards the winningaschool with
$10,000, awards points to each
college on the basis of its stu-
dent body's ability to campaign
against poverty. At the end of

the competition, the $10,000
first-place prize will be donated
to the college's non-profit orga-
nization of choice.
The University's chapter of
One Campaign, Parrish said,
plans to host events in an effort
to raise awareness of global
issues and involve students by
having them sign petitions and
write letters to Congress.
"This (competition) can bring
national recognition to the Uni-
versity of Michigan," said Par-
rish.
The University's chapter is
currently in second place overall
behind Missouri State Univer-
sity and has one more opportu-
nity to overtake the leader. The
final event will take place on
campus in two locations - the
Diag and East Quad residence
hail - on May 29.
- PATRICIA SNIDER

Ca-chair of One Campaign Stephanie Parrish talks tn another member of
the grasp during a Diat Dap.
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CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

Vandal pours Thief pilfers Talk about 15th annual art
soda, steals sign unlocked locker world issues exhibit by Mich.
- prioner
WHERE: Tuesday at around WHERE: Central Campus WHAT: A discussion panelprsns

7 a.m.
WHEN: Harlan Hatcher Gradu-
ate Library
WHAT: An individual poured
soda on a computer keyboard
and stole a telephone receiver
and men's bathroom sign on the
sixth floor of Harlan Matcher
Graduate Library, University
Police reported. There are no
suspects.

RecreationaltBuildting
WHEN.:Tuesday at about 2 p.m.
WHAT: A cell phone and
wallet were stolen from an
unlocked locker at the Cen-
tral Camous Recreational
Builiding, University Police
reported.
Perp poaches

other speakers who will talk
about refugees and genocide.
WHO: Alliance for Justice
WHEN: Tonight from 6 p.m.
to V p.m.
WHERE: Angell Hall,
Auditorium 0

WHAT: Annual exhibition
of art by Michigan prisoners.
WHO: University of Michi-
gan School of Art & Design
WHEN: Today from 12 p.m.
tob 6p.m.
WHERE: Duderstadt Center,
Gallery

Sessin abouit CORRECTIONS

1A former "Tarzan" actor
shares his home with lions
and tigers. He says the big
cats protect him and his fam-
ily. Despite that argument,
there is still a sign posted on
the electronic front gate of his
house that reads "Trespass-
ers will be eaten," ABC News
reported.
2There are two vintage
stores in Ann Arbor - The
Getup and Star Vintage.
Both are located on State Sc.
>> FOR MORE, SEE FASHION ISSUEINSIDE
3NPR reported that the
price of wholesale chick-
en wings has doubled
in the last decade. That fact,
paired with lower demand
for chicken breasts has led to
the disappearance of boneless
chicken wings.

Student sparks parking permit
flames in Arb WHERE: Lot NC-S1,2600 Gla-

love in

Ll t4AJMAu

WHERE: Nichols Arboretum
WHEN:Tuesday at abouta8 p.m.
WHAT: A female student was
issued a ticket for having open
flames in the Arboretunm, Uni-
versity Police reported.

zier
WHEN. Tuesday at about 9:5
WHAT: A parking permit val-
ued at $120 was stolen from a
staff member's parked vehicle,
University Police reported.

relationships
WHAT: A program that
explores the seven steps of
healthy love for yourself
and others.
WHO: Counseling and
Psychological Services
WHEN: Today from 12 p.m.
ts 1 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan Union,
CAPS Office

. A Mar. 23, 2010 article in
the Michigan Daily ("Din-
gell says health care bill will
help students") misquoted
Brenden Campbell. He said
legislation was "the best and
most progressive legislation
in the past forty years."
" Please report any error
in the Daily to correc-
tions@michigandaily.com.

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