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2A - Wednesday, April 14, 2010
In Other Ivory Towers

Professor Profiles

Campus Clubs Photos of the Week

Haven joins Mason Hall

Today, thousands of stu-
dents walk through Mason and
Haven halls without realizing
that the two were once sepa-
But in 1999, the University
Board of Regents approved
renovations that would con-
nect the two halls. The pro-
posai also planned to expand
the eastern side of Haven Hall,
widen the halls around the Fish
Bowl and increase the space
shove the Fish Bowl, according
to an Oct. 25., 1999 article in
The Michigan Daily.
"We are going from a Fish
Bowl to an aquarium," archi-
tect Steve Einhorn said at the
regents meeting where the
renovations were approved,
according to the article.
The $38 million project,
according to the Daily article,
was slated to hegin in Septem-

her 2000 and was expected to
take three years to huild.
Einhorn Yaffee Prescott
Architecture & Engineering
P.C., the architects for the proj-
ect, said they wanted to pre-
serve the vihrant character of
the Fish Bowl hut also accom-
modate the renovation pians.
"The Fish Bowl is a major
crossroads and we want to
accommodate and encourage
it," EYP Executive Principle
Tom Birdsey said at the regents
meeting, according to the arti-
The architects said they
wanted to hlend their design
for Haven's eastern fagade with
the rest of the huildings sur-
rounding the Diag. They looked
at the older Harlan Hatcher
Graduate Lihrary and the
Kraus Natural Science Build-
ing for inspiration.

"We want to reflect upon
the past while we emhrace the
future," Einhorn said in the
Regent Laurence Deitch (D-
Bingham Farms) told the Daily
at the time that the renovation
and expansion would he a wel-
comed addition.
"It is a very thought-
ful design and significantly
improves something central to
Central Campus," he said.
During the construction,
offices housing the Universi-
ty's American culture, history
and political science programs
were scheduled to move to
rented offices in the Frieze
Building, which was demol-
ished in 2007 to make space for
the construction of North Quad
Residence Hall.

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Megan White hand outlfliewooing hoses to students otside
South Quad Residence Hall yesterday.

Suspect kicks Recorder and
dent in car door batteries swiped


WHERE: Eisenhower Park
WHEN: Monday at shout 3:10
WHAT: An unknown suhject
was spotted kicking a dent insa
female University staff mem-
her's vehicle on the driver's
side door, University Police
iPod stolen from
Chem Building
WHERE: Chemistry Building
WHEN: Monday at shout 10
WHAT: A female student
reported her $200 iPod was
stolen from the first floor of
the huilding, University Police

WHERE: Mason Hall
WHEN: Monday at shout 10:40
WHAT: A digital audio record-
er with five batteries, worth an
$750 estimated value, was sto-
len from an unidentified room
in Mason Hall, University
Police reported.
Items stolen
from chapel
WHERE: Mutt Children's
WHEN: Monday at shout
10:15 am.
WHAT: Unknown items
worth an estimated $70 value
were stolen from the chapel at
the hospital, University Police

Synthetic life
WHAT: A discussion shout
the complexities in defining
life and whether or not sci-
entists can create synthetic
life that will function with
the same complexities and
forms as the human hody.
WHO: Exhihit Museum
of Natural Hisotry
WHEN: Tonight from
5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Conor O'Neill's
Traditional Irish Puh,
318 Main Street
Lecture on ice
WHAT: A discussion shout
the role ice plays in Earth's
processes, its formation and
its effects on the creation and
development of landscape, cli-
mate and human civilization.
WHO: Author's Forum
WHEN: Tonight 5:30 p.m. to
7 p.m.
WHERE: Harlan Hatcher
Graduate Lihrary

*An April 13 article
in The Michigan Daily
("'Country' Son") incor-
rectly stated the name of
the author of the article
as Emma Gase. It was
actually written by Ani-
elle Speciner, another
Daily Arts Writer.
. An April 13 article
in The Michigan Daily
("Students, Community
Gather to Mourn Death
of Polish President")
incorrectly spelled
Father Dennis Dillon's
last name as "Dillan"
instead of "Dillon."
" Please report any
error in the Daily to

1According to BBC.com, the
Southwark Council has
heen receiving odd appeals
for parking tickets. One motor-
tot claimed he was distracted
by a UFO when he swerved into
thehbus lane, while another said
he did not notice the yellow
lines due to colorblindness.
2On the Daily's Bucket List
hefore graduation: Enock
on President Mary Sue
Coleman's door, and get down
and dirty in the stacks.
3 Anew study conducted
by researchers in Israel
and the UK found turn-
ing lights on at night can lead to
increased risk ofrcancer, accord-
ing to the dailymailcouk. Sci-
entists claim turning lights on
st night, even fursa few seconds,
can cause an "over-expression"
of cells that are linked to the
formation of cancer cells.


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