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2A - Wednesday, March 31, 2010
MONDAY:
In Other Ivory Towers

The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com

TUESDAY:
Professor Profiles

WEDNESDAY:
BefreYou Were Here

THURSDAY:
Campus Clubs

FRIDAY:
Photos of the Week

Old school registration

Panic over registering for spring,
summer, and fall classes is building as
registration dates open up. But student
frustration over registering for classes is
nothing new.
Now, most students' concerns center
around trying not to get stuck in a Friday
class or with a professor who has a hor-
rible rating on ratemyprofessor.com. How-
ever, students at the University inthe early
1970s didn't have the luxuries of Internet
rating sites or online registration.
Up until 1975, students registered
for classes in the Waterman Gymna-
sium which stood next to the Chemistry
Building before it was torn down. Regis-
tration was done on paper, on tables set
up throughout the building, according to
a series of articles in The Michigan Daily
in April1982.
Douglas Woolley, associate regis-
trar for personnel and operations, told
the Daily at the time that students were
forced to spend much of their day regis-
tering for classes.
CRIME NOTES
Graffiti written Lapi
on several walls frog
WHERE: Art & Architecture
Building WHER
WHEN: Monday at about 12:30 uate Lib
p.m. WHEN
WHAT: Black spray painted p.m.
graffiti with the phrase "why is WHAT
this wall blank" was found on laptop v
the walls of two entrances and the seco
a central stairwell, University Univers
Police reported. comput
Del
Male arrested IDs
for exposure I
WHERE: Harlan Hatcher WHER
Graduate Library Practic
WHEN: Monday at about 2:20 WHEN:
p.m. p.m.
WHAT: A male unaffiliated WHAT
with the University was dis- ed herbi
covered exposing himself on cards w
the fifth floor of the library, tice, Un
University Police reported. There a

"Students used to camp out in front of
Waterman at about 6 a.m. every morn-
ing," Woolley said.
The entire student body would gather
outside of the gymnasium, waiting in
line until registration opened up later in
the day.
Course sign-up was organized by
department and there was no seniority
system or alphabetical scheme. In order
to register for a class, students had to run
from table to table getting a card for each
class they wished to enroll in, accord-
ing to the articles. Students knew a class
was full when there were no more cards
available for the course.
In 1975, University administrators
implemented Computer Registration
Involving Student Participation - com-
monly known as CRISP - to make the
registration process easier. According
to the article, the system was the first
online terminal-based system used by a
major university.
In April 1982, Woolley also told the

FILE PHOTO/Daily
Engineering junior Thomas Ward was one of the first students to register for classes in 1982.
Daily that administrators were hoping Purdue University and Ball State Univer-
the system was going to"make registra- sity to create similar systems, according
tion as comfortable as possible." to the articles.
Registration was done through CRISP While CRISP cut down on a lot of
at Lorch Hall where students would give the chaos associated with registration,
their requested schedules to operators at the system was a far cry from computer
a video terminal connected to the main registration today. In 1982, room assign-
computer. The operator would enter the ments were still done on paper, and the
schedule into the main computer for LSA Course Guide was in the process of
the student, updating him or her on the being put on computers, according to the
availability of classes. articles.
By 1982, CRISP had inspired other
universities like the University of Iowa, - KAITLIN WILLIAMS

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CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

top swiped Talk on Chinese Inequality
n library calligraphy workshop

E: Shapiro Undergrad-
brary
: Monday at about 9:50
:A male student's Mac
was stolen from a desk on
ad floor ofthe library,
ity Police reported. The
er was valued at $1,500.
t cards and
tolen
E: Ypsilanti Family
:e
: Monday atabout 6:30
: A female guestreport-
dentification and debt
ere stolen from the prac-
iversity Police reported.
re no suspects.

WHAT: A lecture on how
ancient Chinese calligra-
phy evolved throughout the
years to fit into the modern
world of art and what has
changed since the term "cal-
ligraphic" was introduced
to western readers in 1918.
WHO: History of Art
WHEN: Today 4:30 p.m. to
6 p.m.
WHERE: University of
Michigan Museum of Art
Student World
Assembly
WHAT: A non-partisan
organization will host a dis-
scussion about global issues.
WHO: Student World
Assembly
WHEN: Tonight from 8 p.m.
to 9 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan League,
3rd floor Room C

WHAT: A talk on the most
debated issues in internation-
al law, including prostitution,
trafficking and inequality.
WHO: Center for Interna-
tional and Comparative Law
WHEN: Today from
12:15 p.m. to 1:15 p.m.
WHERE: Hutchins Hall,
Room 218
CORRECTIONS
. A Mar. 30, 2010 article
in The MichiganDaily
("political blogger
launches mayoral run")
incorrectlystatedthat
Patricia Lesko worked
as a political reporter for
The Ann Arbor News.
She did not.
* Please report any
error in the Daily to
corrections@michi-
gandaily.com.

The Icelandic parliament
has banned stripteases and
clubs that make a profit from
employee nudity, USATodaycom
reported. The ban will take effect
on July 1 and passed without any
oppositionlast week.
A lecture tomorrow will
discuss Hokusai's world-
famous print The Great
Wave, an image of a wave crash-
ing over boats that is perhaps
one of the most iconic images
from Japan.
FOR MORE,SEE ARTS, PAGESA
A recent study at the Uni-
versity of Sydney found
thatcigarettes may contain
traces of pig blood, accord-
ingto news.com.au. Researchers
working on the study say these
findings could be problematic
for Jews and Muslims, whose
religions ban consumption of
pork. The researchers identified
185 industrial uses of pigs.

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Obama pushes for United
Nations sanctions for Iran

France joins U. S. rable" in their thinking on the
subject.
in nuclear weapon For his part, Sarkozy told report-
ers, "Iran cannot continue its mad
oppostion race" toward acquiring nuclear
weapons.
WASHINGTON (AP) - With "The time has come to take deci-
the president of France at his side, sions," he said.
President Barack Obama declared On the U.N. Security Council,
yesterday he hopes to have inter- veto-wielding permanent members
national sanctions against Iran in Russia and China have expressed
place "within weeks," not months, reservations toward a tougher set
because of its continuing nuclear of sanctions, as have several of the
program. But he acknowledged he rotating members who do not have
still lacks full support at the United veto powers.
Nations. Obama said he understands that
"Do we have unanimity in the countries that have business ties
international community? Not yet," with Iran, especially those who
Obama said. "And that's something depend on Iran for oil imports,
that we have to work on." might have reservations.
Obama said he and French Pres- But Obama said that, while "the
ident Nicolas Sarkozy are "insepa- door remains open if the Iranians

choose to walk though it," there
have been no signs that they are
close to moving back from their
nuclear program - and patience has
allbut run out.
"My hope is that we are going to
get this done this spring. So I'm not
interested in waiting months for a
sanctions regime to be in place. I'm
interested in seeing that regime in
place in weeks."
Earlier yesterday, Secretary of
State Hillary Rodham Clinton pre-
dicted new sanctions would be
forthcoming, hinting that skeptical
nations such as China and Russia
would eventually come along. At the
conclusion of an international meet-
ing of eight major powers in Que-
bec, Clinton cited a growing alarm
around the world about the conse-
quences of a nuclear-armed Iran.

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