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Members of Rotaract - the
University's student chapter
of Rotary International - are
dedicated to community ser-
vice near and far.
LSA sophomore Sophie
Zhao, the club's social and,
publicity chair, described
the organization as a service
group that helps students net-
work and enhance local and
international communities.
The group organizes various
community service activities,
including volunte'er work with
Habitat for Humanity, local
nursing homes and homeless
shelters,
The club is also dedicated
to international service and

annually plans a volunteer
trip during spring break, Zhao
said.
"We have a lot of local ser-
vice events throughout the
months, and then last year
during spring break we orga-
nized a trip where we went to
Nicaragua to help build water
filters because they don't have
clean water there," she said.
The club's 50 active mem-
bers meet biweekly to hear
from guest speakers and to
plan upcoming ventures,
according to Zhao.
LSA senior Louis Albertini,
Rotaract's president, stressed
that the club operates on local
and international levels.

"Our four pillars - the
main tenants of our organi- ;
zation - are community ser-
vice, fundraising, professional
development and internation-
al service," he said.
Albertini added that RotaryY
International's involvement.
helps facilitate Rotaract's
dedication to service by allow-
ing chapters the freedom to
choose their own projects.
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Roteract members participate in local and international service.
- SABIRA KHAN tach year, the club plans a service trip during spring break.

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CIME NOTES

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stolen
WHERE: Quizno's at Pier-
pont Commons
WHEN: Monday at about
8:45 am.
WHAT: A man entered
Quiznoos and stole food,
University Police reported.
The suspect was wearing a
Michigan sweatshirt.
Reverse
job hunt
WHERE: Chemistry
Building
WHEN: Monday at about
2 p.m.
WHAT: Two people were
found soliciting students
for possible jobs in a no
soliciation zone, University
Police reported. The
subjects left.

You shall not
pass
WHERE: Fletcher Carport
WHEN: Monday at about
10:30 am.
WHAT: A gate arm fell on
the top of avehicle enter-
ing the carport, University
Police reported.
Locker room
raiders
WHERE: West Quadrangle
Residence Hall
WHEN: Monday at about
7:30 am.
WHAT: Lockers in the
men's locker room were
found fiung open, and
items were strewn about
the room, University Police
reported. There are no sus-
pects.

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES THREE THINGS YSHUDK OU OA
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from more than 100 law Kevin Roberts will discuss conferences, Bloomberg
schools will be available cyber addiction and its reported. In 2009, the Justice
to answer questions and warning signs. Department spent $73.3
give tips about writing WHO: Services for Students million on conferences in
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WHO: The Career Center
WHEN: Today from 3 p.m.
to 6 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan Union,
second Floor
'La Mission'
film screening
WHAT: A free screening
of the film "La Mission" in
honor of the Spectrum Cen-
ter's 40th anniversary.
WHO: University Unions
Arts & Programs
WHEN: Tonight from 6:30
p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan
League, Henderson Room

to 1:30 p.m.
WHERE: Rackham
Graduate School
Eilen Jewell
concert
WHAT: Eilen Jewell will
perform in concert. General
Admission tickets cost $15.
WHO: Michigan Union
Ticket Office
WHEN: Tonight at 8 p.m.
WHERE: The Ark
CORRECTIONS
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2 Downtown Ann
Arbor's retail sector
has declined since the
'80s - from 30.29 percent
in 1982 to 20.40 percent in
2011, according to data from
the Downtown Development
Authority.
FORMOtCSEtTH STATEMET, fINSDE
3 Aprivate company in
Transylvania, Roma-
nia is selling bargain
coffins in an effort to make
death more affordable, the
Boston Globe reported. Cof-
fins are an important com-
modity in Romania, which
has an aging population.

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