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2A - Monday, November 8, 2010

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TUESDAY:
Michigan Myths

WEDNESDAY:
Professor Profiles

THURSDAY: FRIDAY:
Campus Clubs Photos of the Week

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DOlWN A NDDITY

Professor agog over Gaga

A professor at the Uni-
versity of South Carolina
will offer a course called
"Lady Gaga and the Sociol-
ogy of Fame," next spring
according to an Oct. 28 arti-
cle in The New York Times.
The 48-year-old pro-
fessor, Mathieu Defiem,
is a self-proclaimed Lady
Gags fan. According to the
article, Defiemn has been to
more than 28 of her shows,
owns more than 300 of her
records and created a fan
site devoted to Lady Gags.
The course will cover the
topics of Lady Gags's rise to
fame and the implications
of her fame in today's soci-
ety, according to the article.
The course description
states, "The central objec-
tive is to unravel some of
the sociologically relevant

dimensions of the fame of
Lady Gags."
GAY MEMBERS OF
FRATERNITY AT
VANDERBILT FORCED
TO LEAVE
In violation of anti-
discriminatory student
organization policies, the
president of Vanderbilt Uni-
versity's Beta Upsilon Chi
fraternity asked two homo-
sexual members to leave
the fraternity, according to
a Nov. 4 Vanderbilt Hustler
article.
The Christian fraternity,
also a registered religious
student organization, has
a code of conduct that for-
bids homosexuality. Two
former fraternity members
said fraternity president

Greg Wigger pressured
them to leave the fraternity
because they violated the
code of conduct, according
to the article.
Gary White, director of
religious life at Vanderbilt,
said in the article "(BYX)
can have a statement of
faith and conduct of behav-
ior ...but they would not be
able to deny or remove any
member based on their
Code of Conduct." The cur-
rently unresolved issue
will be addressed in a BYX
meeting in a few weeks.
SWIZZ BEATZ NAMED
NYU 'PRODUCER IN
RESIDENCE'
Music artist and produc-
er Swizz Beatz is now the
"Producer in Residence"

for the 2010-2011 academic
year at New York Univer-
sity's Clive Davis Depart-
ment of Recorded Music,
according to a Nov. 3 press
release from NYU's Tisch
School of the Arts.
IBeatz, whose real namne
is Rasseem Dean, is mar-
ried to Alicia Reys and has
produced hit songs for Lil'
Wayne and Beyonce, among
other popular artists.
Swizz Beatz's job will
include giving lectures,
men toring and one-on-one
sessions with students,
according to the release.
"I'm excited to be able to
take my many years of expe-
rience in the music business
and use it as an example to
instruct students," Beatz
said in the release.
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CRIME NOTES

$130 bike stolen
WHERE: 500 block of South
State Street
WHEN: Saturday at about 3:15
WHAT: A student reported
their bicycle, valued at $130,
stolen after leaving it locked
to a bike rack, University
Police reported. There are no
suspects, but the case is under
investigation.

Tech transfer
WHERE: Harlan Matcher
Graduate Library
WHEN: Saturday at 12:45 p.m.
WHAT: A student left their
backpack unattended and it
was subsequently stolen, Uni-
versity Police reported. The
bag contained a MacBook and
a Sony video camera. There
are currently no suspects.

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES
Environment Evolution talk

Man arrested Fatedof
after threats Fnte' f

discussion
WHAT: Lana Pollock, the
U.S. section chair of the
International Joint Commis-
sion, will discuss preserving
the Great Lakes through
international collaboration.
WHO: UM Environmental
Law & Policy Program
WHEN: Tonight at 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: Hutchins
Hall, Room 132
Poetry reading
WHAT: Gabrielle Calvo-
coressi, author of "The Last
Time I Saw Amelia Earhart,"
and Adrian Matejka, author
of "The Devil's Garden" and
"Mixology," will read from
their collection of poems.
WHO: MFA Program
in Creative Writing
WHEN: Tonight from
5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
WHERE: Angell Hall,
Room 3222

WHAT: Butch Brodie, a
professor at the Univer-
sity of Virginia, will dis-
cuss how social contexts
give rise to evolutionary
changes in character traits.
WHO: Ecology & Evo-
lutionary Biology
WHEN: Today from 4 p.m.
to 5 p.m.
WHERE: Chemistry
Building, Room 1210
CORRECTIONS
* A Nov. 4 story in The
Michigan Daily ("AAPD:-
Two assaults durin
MSUgamze weekend are
not connected") inaccu-
rately reported the date
of an assault following
the Michigan v. Michi-
gan State football game.
It occured on Oct. 9.
0 Please report any
error in the Daily to
corrections@michi-
gandaily.com.

1Supporters of Daylight
Savings Time argue that
it encourages productiv-
ity, consumerism and exer-
cise, Mother Nature Network
reported. Opponents say ener-
gy consumption, television
ratings and daily religious rou-
tines are negatively impacted
as a result of these hi-annual
time changes.
2The Michigan field hock-
ey team won it's fifth Big9
2Ten Tournament title yes-
terday, beating Ohio State 2-1.
It is the program's first Big Ten
Tournament title since 2005.
>> OR MORE, SPORTSMONDAY, INSIDE
3Those living near the
recently erupted Mount
Merapi in tndonesia are
concerned for the flood of
advertisements and logos otto-
panying rescue efforts as many
of the rescue efforts were orga-
nized by large tndonesian cor-
porations, NPR reported.

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WHERE: Michigan Stadium,
Section 11
WHEN: Saturday at 2 p.m.
WHAT: An intoxicated man
unaffiliated with the Universi-
ty was arrested for disorderly
conduct, University Police
reported. The man was threat-
ening other fans in the area
with physical violence.

WHERE: University Golf
Course
WHEN: Saturday at about
4:45 p.m.
WHAT: A woman unaffiliated
with the University leftsa car
door unlocked and $670 of
personal property was stolen,
University Police reported.
There are currently no sus-
pects.

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