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U-M WIKIPEDIANS
Lending a helping e-hand

Many .studentsuse Wikipedia as a
resource for classes, essay and other aca-
demic pursuits. But several University stu-
dents have taken their Wikipedia use one
step further.
This past fall, Rackham student Cher-
yl Moy started U-M Wikipedians - the
first Wikipedia student club in the United
States, according to the Wikimedia Foun-
dation website.
The club, which began as a project in
one of Moy's chemistry classes, garnered
the attention of the Wikimedia Founda-
tion, the non-profit organization respon-
sible for various "Wiki" sites including
Wikipedia, Wikionary and Wikinote.
The club's two dozen members update
Wikipediapages rangingfromscience pol-
icy articles to pages about the University.
The group's. members scours Wikipedia
for errors, omissions and poorly written

articles.
LSA sophomore Charles Zhou, a mem-
ber of U-M Wikipedians, said he has con-
tributed to Wikipedia articles on topics
including University camupus tours and
obscure dung beetles. According to Moy,
the group has also created ten new articles.
Though Zhou said he is not sure how
many articles he has contributed to, he
said he's made at least 200 edits since high
school.
Senior Wikipedians like Zhou help
guide club members with less experience
and explain how to navigate the website
and make contributions.Y
In the fall, the group hosted a talk by
Frank Schulenburg, head of public out-.
reach for the Wikimedia Foundation, '
who gave a presentation about the orga- COURTESTY OF CHARLES ZHOU
nization. The Wikipedians- an on-campusgroup devoted to editing, updating and cre-
-JONAHMOST ating original content for Wikipedia - pose on the Diag in August 2010.

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CRIME NOTES
Antsy pants With great

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

make a-getaway
WHERE: University Hos-
pital
WHEN: Tuesday at about
1:20 p.m.
WHAT: Two pairs of pants
and a magazine were stolen
from the gift shop, Universi-
ty Police reported. They are
believed to have been stolen
between 10:15 a.m. and 11:15
am. There are no suspects.
Warrant you
expecting me?
WHERE: Campus Safety
Services
WHEN: Tuesday at about
11:15 a.m.
WHAT: A bench warrant
was canceled for a person
involved in a Driving While
License Suspended case
when the person showed up,
University Police reported.

power, come
great outages
WHERE: Vera Baits I Resi-
dence Hall
WHEN: Tuesday at about
10:15 a.m.
WHAT: Residents of Baits I
reported that a power surge
damaged their televisions,
radios, microwaves and
refrigerators, University
Police reported.
Dude, where's
my laptop?
WHERE: M-18 Carport
WHEN: Tuesday at about
3:30 p.m.
WHAT: A hospital visitor
reported that his laptop was
stolen from his car between
1:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m.,
University Police reported.
There are no suspects in the
incident.

Lecture on
Disney World
WHAT: Christopher Beat-
ty, senior concept design
director at Walt Disney
Imagineering, will talk
about how Disney tries to
improve its theme parks.
WHO: University of Michi-
gan Museum of Art
WHEN: Tonight at 7:30
p.m.
WHERE: Helmut Stern
Auditorium
Wikipedia
trivia night
WHAT: A trivia night spon-
sored by the on-campus
group the Wikipedians,
whose goal is to get people
involved in Wikipedia.
WHO: University Library
WHEN: Tonight from 7
p.m. to 9 p.m.
WHERE: Hatcher Gradu-
ate Library, room 100

CORRECTIONS
* An article in yester-
day's edition ofThe
Michigan Daily ("Mon-
keying around in the
classroom")misidenti-
flied University Prof.
John Mitani's research
in Asia. He studied apes.
. An article in yester-
day's edition of The
Michigan Daily ("How
the University sells itself-
the method behind pro-
motional materials")
incorrectly stated the
number of2010fresh-
man students and the
number of applications
the University recieves
each year. The University
recieves tens ofthou-
sands, and the freshman
enrollment was 6,300.
Please report any
errorin the Daily to
corrections@michi-
gandailyacom.

TH REE THINGS YOU
SHOULD KNOW TODAY
A quadriplegic man is
suing Disneyland in fed-
eral court because he was
left on the "It's a Small
World" ride for 40 minutes
after the ride malfunctioned,
The Miami Herald reported.
The man alleges that the ride
didn't comply with the Amer-
icans with Disabilities Act.
The University's clas-
sics department only
has about 150 students,
but they have a bond with the
language that encompasses
culture and community.
" FOR MORE, SEE THE B-SIDE
A 7-year-old boy from
London purchsed
a $113,000 Harrier
fighter jet on eBay, MSNBC
reported. When the boy's
father discovered what his
son had done, he contacted
the jet company and was able
to cancel the purchase.

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Indonesia religious minority
falls victim to violent attacks

Three killed, six
wounded in attack
on worshippers
JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP)
Indonesia's president ordered
an investigation into an attack
onrinembsiof a minority 'Mus-
lihnsect after a gruesome video
emerged of a mob beating several
victims to death with machetes,
sticks and rocks.
About 1,500 people stormed
a house in Banten province over
the weekend to stop 20 Ahmadi-
yah followers from worship-
ping. They killed three men and
badly wounded six others, while
destroying the house and setting
fire to several cars and motor-
bikes.
Indonesia is a secular country
of 237 million people with more
Muslims than any other in the
world.
Despite a long history of
religious ' tolerance, a hard-
line fringe has grown louder in

recent years and the government
- which relies on the support of
Islamic parties in Parliament -
has been accused of caving in to
it.
Rights group said Tuesday
a 2008 decree that bans reli-
gious activities of Ahmadiyah,
thought to have 200,000 follow-
ers in the archepeligic nation,
should be immediately revoked.
They say it only encourages vio-
lence.
The latest attacks on Ahmadi-
yah - which drew rare con-
demnation from President
Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono -
were captured on video and have
circulated widely on national
television and the Internet.
The most disturbing clip, post-
ed on YouTube, showed assail-
ants repeatedly pounding two
victims - who had been stripped
naked and appeared to be dead -
with heavy sticks.
A policeman came to the
scene but his screams of "stop"
were almost inaudible among
dozens who shouted "Allahu

Akbar" or God is Great.
The Ahmadiyah are consid-
ered deviant by many Muslims
and are banned in many Islamic
countries because they believe
that Muhammad was not the
final prophet.
"I have ordered a comprehen-
sive investigation to find out the
real cause of the incident so that
those guilty, or violating the law,
can be penalized," Yudhoyono
told a news conference.
He also called on security
forces as well as local govern-
ments to be proactive in taking
action against the instigators of
such violence.
"Don't wait until the conflicts
and clashes have already hap-
pened," Yudhoyono said.
Many attacks on religious
minorities in recent years have
been carried out by members of
the hardline Islamic Defenders
Front, known also for smashing
bars and attacking transvestites
and anyone one else considered
"blasphemous" with bamboo
clubs and stones.

ARNETT
From Page 1A
an e-mail interview. "I think of
him more as a mentor than a col-
league. He was extremely help-
ful and receptive as I worked my
way through the ranks at Michi-
gan."
Arnett wrote numerous
articles on accounting and co-
authored seven books after
receiving his Ph.D. from the Uni-
versity of Illinois, according to
Feb. 8 Ross School of Business
press release. Additionally, he
held positions on committees for
several business groups.
Though Arnett retired from
the Business School in 2001, his
legacy of being a fun and good-
hearted educator will continue,
Danos wrote.
"He was what they might
call now 'old school' and I, as a

freshly minted Ph.D. with more
confidence than understanding,
learned to appreciate his wis-
dom and clear thinking," Danos
wrote.
Danos wrote that in the 20
years he and Arnett worked
together, their families became
close and Danos cherished their
friendship.
"Once, we were all driving
together to Ann Arbor from
Mackinac Island after present-
ing a paper to an accounting
meeting," Danos wrote. "He and
my daughter Melissa, five years
old at the time, regaled us for
hours us with their rhymes and
jokes."
Eugene Imhoff, an Ernst &
Young Professor of Accounting
and one of Arnett's colleagues at
the Business School, wrote in the
press release that Arnett loved to
share stories and entertain.
"He always had a story to

CHAPTER
From Page 1A
members pending membership
reviews, which will take place
in the coming weeks, the e-mail
stated.
The national SAE headquar-
ters released a statement on

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its website Tuesday outlining
the terms of ,the suspension,
which will continue until after
the reviews are discussed. The
fraternity's pledges will also
be reviewed, according to the
statement.
"The future of this chapter's
existence remains uncertain,"
according to the statement.
"Sigma Alpha Epsilon has a
zero-tolerance policy for haz-
ing, and members are expect-
ed to adhere to our stringent
guidelines regarding risk man-
agement and pledge educa-
tion."
Haughee wrote in an e-mail
to The Michigan Daily last
-night that the University will
not release specifics of the situ-
ation "because of the confiden-
tial nature of the complaint."
"The University of Michigan
considers the safety and well-
being of students as extremely
important, and hazing activi-
ties that compromise a student's
safety and health are not toler-
ated," Haughee wrote.
Haughee's e-mail to IFC and
Panhel stated that SAE con-

tell, like teaching at U-M during
the demonstrations in the Viet-
nam era and having to lock the
doors to the classrooms," Imhoff
wrote.
Danoswrote that not only will
Arnett's warm personality be
greatly missed, but also his intel-
lectual insights.
"He was passionate about
accounting theory and would
argue points about the underly-
ing meaning of a concept, say
owners' equity, that even I, who
pretended to be a fellow theorist,
could not always follow at first,"
Danos wrote.
Arnett's family will hold a
memorial reception in his name
on Sunday, Feb.13, from 2-4 p.m.
at the Ann Arbor City Club.
Arnett, a U.S. Navy veteran,
had three children and four
grandchildren, and is survived
by his wife Betty, according to
the press release.
fessed to the hazing allegations
afterthe Cease and Desist Order
was issued.
"There were additional com-
munications between the chap-
ter and the national fraternityin
which the chapter admitted to
having hazing activities in their
pledge program," Haughee
wrote in the e-mail to the Greek
Life organizations.
The University is currently
conducting its own investiga-
tion, Haughee wrote in the
e-mail to the Daily.
"At this moment, no specific
decisions have been made about
steps the University may take
in the future," Haughee wrote.
"The University will work
closely with SAE International
to take appropriate action in
response to this matter."
LSA junior Andrew Silver,
president of the University's
chapter of SAE, declined to
comment for the time being,
writing in an e-mail that he
would like to wait to give an
interview until after further
workingwith the national chap-
ter of the fraternity.

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