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2A - Tuesday, November 2, 2010

The Michigan Daily - michigandailycom

MONDAY:
In Other Ivory Towers

WEDNESDAY:
Professor Profiles

THURSDAY: FRIDAY:
Campus Clubs Photos of the Week

Tri'ck-or-treating at the President's House

Almost everyone can rememher dress-
ing up and going out to trick-or-treat as a
child, traveling from door to door, asking
those in their neighhorhood for the per-
feet remedy to their craving for candy.
For some University students that
Halloween tradition offered the oppor-
tunity get some face time with Univer-
sity President Mary Sue Coleman and
prove a campus myth true in the process.
The myth that Coleman welcomes
trick-or-treaters who stop hy on Oct. 31
to the University's President's House at
815 South University Ave. is quite liter-
ally true. Coleman's front door actually
sits open on Halloween, while the porch
light horns brightly to let students know
she's home and handing out candy.
And Coleman continued the tradition
Sunday night. Sitting in her first floor
living room and doing work on her W~ad
on Halloween, Coleman jumped up as a
group of students walked up to the front
door, and welcomed the students inside.
The students, four LSA sophomores,

came in full costume. Coleman was via- 1 X . tI U.

ibly pleased to see the students dressed
up and noted that many visitors came in
costume.
"People are doing very inventive cos-
tumes," Coleman told The Michigan
Daily at the President's House on Sunday.
"One guy who did a lot with aluminum
foil. And then we had some witches and
we had Justin Bieber."
And after pointing out that she wasn't
wearing a costume, Coleman proudly
talked about her two grandchildren
dressing up for Halloween - one as Buzz
Lightyear from the movie "Toy Story"
and the other as a kitten.
Coleman also told the Daily that there
have been a fair number of trick-or-treat-
ers who have come "dressed as Michigan
students," though she's happily given
them treats too.
Motioning to a tray of candy in the
foyer of her home, Coleman proudly
pointed out that the treats include apples
that were grown in Michigan - saying

MARISSA MCCLAIN/Daily
University President Mary Sue Coleman meets, treats and treats students an Halloween.
they were the most popular treat - rai- day, adding she planned to leave her door
sins and an assortment of candy bars like open until about 9 p.m. "I've had proba-
Three Musketeers and Krackle bars. bly 30 or 40, maybe SO (trick-or-treaters)
"I've had lots of people so far," Cole- stop by."
man said at approximately 7 p.m. on Sun- -KYLESWANSON

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CRIME NOTES

CAMPUS EVTENTS & NOTES

Bag bagged
WHERE: Harlan Hatcher
Graduate Library
WHEN: Sunday at about 2:30
p.m.
WHAT: A bag was reported
stolen on the second floor of
the graduate library when a
student left it unattended for
five to ten minutes, University
Police reported.
_Pot holder caught
green-handed
WHERE: Vera Baits I, Smith
House
WHEN: Sunday at about 9:30
p.m.
WHAT: A subject was found
in possession of marijuana
after he was reported by hous-
ingastaff, University Police
reported. The subject is still
under investigation.

Suspect read
rights in library
WHERE: Undergraduate Sha-
piro Library
WHEN: Yesterday at about
3:30 a.m.
WHAT: A female suspect was
arrested and taken to jail for
an outstanding warrant for
trespassing, University Police
reported. The subject was
reported by library staff.
Drunk duo cited
WHERE: Vera Baits I, Hub-
bard House
WHEN: Yesterday at about
12:40 a.m.
WHAT: Two male minors
in possession of alcohol were
found in a dorm room and
arrested on site and given
citations, University Police
reported.

Cognitive
workshop
WHAT: A seminar about dis-
torted patterns of thinking
will be held, entitled "Stink-
in' Thinkin."' The workshop,
which is for students only
will explore strategies for
cognitive restructuring.
WHO: Counseling and
Psychological Services
WHEN: Today at 1 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan
Union, Room 3100
Meditation
workshop
WHAT: Student sessions
designed to teach funda-
mental mental skills that
may reduce daily stresses
and overcome obstacles.
Introductory yoga and
meditation will be taught.
WHO: Counseling and
Psychological Services
WHEN: Today at 12:15 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan Union

Health lecture
WHAT: A lecture on how
social networks can affect
various health practices will
be conducted by Damon Ceo-
tola of MIT's Sloan School.
WHO: Center for the Study
of Complex Systems
WHEN: Today at 12 p.m.
WHERE: West
Hall, Room 340
Film screening
WHAT: A documentary
will be screened about the
2004 assassination of Cam-
bodian union leader Chea
Vichea and controversy
surrounding the event.
WHO: Epidemiology
WHEN: Today at 6 p.m.
WHERE: Museum of Art
CORRECTIONS
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gandailycom.

1Actor Zach Galifinakis
stunned fellow guests
when he lit up a marijuana
joint on HBO's "Real Time
with Bill Maher," The Huff-
ington Post reported. Galifi-
nakis' stunt occured during a
live panelist discussion about
Proposition 19.
2Michigan's men basket-
ball season begins this
Friday in an exhibition
against Saginaw Valley State
University.
>> FOR MORESEE TIPOFFINSIDE
3 Astruggling mother who
wrote to President Obama
about her difficulties
received a handwritten note of
encouragement, the New York
Post reported. The woman
was then able to sell the auto-
graphed note for $7,000, aiding
her financial recovery.

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