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TUESDAY:
Michigan Myths

WEDNESDAY:
Professor Profiles

THURSDAY: FRIDAY:
Campus Clubs Photos of the Week
DANCING IN THE AUDITORIUM

Anti-gay act at Albion

Albion College President
Donna Randall publicly apolo-
gized this week for the actions
of students who burned a gay
pride flag on campus property
following the college's Coming
Out week last month, accord-
ing to an Albion College press
release issued on Nov. 10.
According to the statement,
Albion College staff respond-
ed to an anonymous report of
the incident on Oct. 19. The
investigation that followed
uncovered the burnt flag in
a trash can behind a campus
building.
Randall wrote in the release
that Albion "condemns the
harassment" of any student.
She added that campus author-
ities are investigating the
incident, and they have yet to
identify the students respon-
sible for burning the flag.

DUKE REPUBLICAN
FACES PORN CHARGES
Duke University senior Cliff
Satell, formervice chair of Duke's
chapter of College Republicans,
was charged with obtaining and
possessing child pornography,
according to a Nov. 11 article in
Duke University's campus news-
paper The Chronicle.
The article reported that an
April 2009 arrest found Satell
possessed digital videos of pre-
teen and teen boys engaging in
sexual acts. Satell is due in court
next month for five counts of
second-degree exploitation of a
minor and five counts of third-
degree exploitation of a minor.
In an e-mail to The Chroni-
cle, Satell wrote that he is still
planning on graduating in May
and the university will not be
taking disciplinary action.

CALIFORNIA STATE
UNIVERSITY INCREASES
TUITION 15.5 PERCENT
California State University
students can expect higher
tuition bills after the CSU
Board of Trustees voted to
increase tuition 15.5 percent
by fall 2011, according to a Nov.
10 article in The Huffington
Post.
The article reported that
the tuition increase for under-
graduate, graduate and cre-
dential programs is intended
to offset cuts in state funding
which caused a reduction in
staff and course offerings.
This will be the fourth
increase that the 23-campus
CSU has made since 2007 to
compensate for a decline in
state funding.
-LANIEBARRON

TORtEHAN SHAMAN/Daily
Members of the Indian American Student Association perform in their
annual show at Hill Auditorium on Saturday.

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CRIME NOTES

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

Masturbator Student barfs on Southeast Asia Depression
gets off cabbie, argues book discussion workshop

WHERE: Emanual House,
Oxford Housing
WHEN: Thursday at about
11:30 a.m.
WHAT: Three female resi-
dents witnessed an exposed
male subject masturbating out-
side a study room, University
Police reported. Police were
unable to locate the man.
Lost and found
and lost again
WHERE: Duderstadt Building
WHEN: Friday at about 8:45
p.m.
WHAT: A University student's
book bag was stolen from the
first floor atrium only to be
recovered devoid of all con-
tents, University Police report-
ed. There are no suspects.

WHERE: East Medical Center
WHEN: Sunday at about 1:30
a.m.
WHAT: A cab driver got into
an argument with a University
student after the student vom-
ited on him, University Police
reported. The student was
found with alcohol and was
issued an MIP.
Thief hungry for
fresh bagels
WHERE: North Ingalls Build-
ing
WHEN: Friday at 7:15 a.m.
WHAT: A University student
employee at Nick's Cafeteria
reported the theft of 30 bagels,
University Police reported.
The bagels were delivered with
goods earlier that morning.

WHAT: John D. Ciorciari, an
assistant professor of Public
Policy, will talk about his
book, "The Limits of Align-
ment: Southeast Asia and the
Great Powers since 1957."
WHO: International
Policy Center
WHEN: Today from
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m,
WHERE:Weill
Hall, Room 1210

WHAT: An educational
session about how to deal
with depression.
WHO: Counseling and
Psychological Services
WHEN: Today from
4:15 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan
Union, Room 3100
Orchestra

Emancination recital

1A new generation of police
vehicles - the 2010 Ford
Interceptor - will soon
replace the Crown Victorias
that have been a marked sym-
bol of police authority for
more than 30 years, the Boston
Globe reported. The new mod-
els have all-wheel drive, higher
gas mileage and new gadgets
like a rear-view camera.
The men's soccer team
won its first Big Ten
championship yes-
terday after 11 seasons in
Ann Arbor. The Wolverines
won 4-1 against Penn State.
o> FOR MORE, SPORTSMONDAY, INSIDE
Certain re-useable gro-
cery bags from Winn-
Dixie and Publix stores
have alarming levels of lead,
The Tampa Tribune reported.
An investigation revealed that
the bags could be considered
hazardous waste when con-
sumers throw them away.

era lecture
WHAT: A talk about gender
and race relations in the
North after the Civil War
ended.
WHO: Institute for Research
on Women and Gender
WHEN: Today from 4p.m.
to 6 p.m.
WHERE: Lane Hall,
Room 2239

WHAT: A symphony orches-
tra performance led by con-
ductor Warren Puffer Jones.
WHO: School of Music,
Theatre & Dance
WHEN: Tonight at 8 p.m.
WHERE: Hill Auditorium
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