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LORLC OMEDYJ CLUBi
Laughing out loud with student comedians

LOL and ROFL are more
than texting acronyms for
a group of University stu-
dents.
The LOL ROFL comedy
club, a student group started
five years ago, offers stu-
dents interested in comedy
an outlet to practice stand-
up. Engineering sophomore
Erich Laux, co-president
of LOL ROFL, wrote in an
e-mail interview that LOL
ROFL is the only comedy
group at the University that
focuses primarily on stand-
up, rather than other forms

of comedy.
The group welcomes
experienced comedians as
well as inexperienced stu-
dents who appreciate com-
edy, Laux wrote.
"We have weekly meet-
ings where we come togeth-
er with new joke ideas, tell
them to each other, and help
tweak/improve them so
they are ready to be told on
stage," Laux wrote.
All University students
are welcome to join the
group's meetings and attend
any of LOL ROFL's free per-

formances, which occur
every few months.
LSA senior Eon Harlow,
the club's historian, said
that unlike other comedy
clubs on campus, LOL ROFL
does not require auditions.
"Anyone who has ever
wanted to try stand-up is
welcome to drop in on any of
our workshops and get con-
structive feedback on their
jokes," Harlow said.
Harlow, who has been a
member of LOL ROFL for
four years and is a former
co-president, added that the

group also goes to see come-
dians and might plan a flash
mob for this year.
With the demands and
stress students experience
on campus, Laux wrote that
the group strives for a casual
atmosphere.
"LOL ROFL is a laid back
organization that isn't a
huge time commitment, but
all of our members still man-
ageto have plenty of laughs,"
Laux wrote. "What's better
than hanging out with your
friends and telling jokes?"
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Makeshift
water balloons
WHERE: South Quadran-
gle esidence Hall
WHEN: Monday at about
8:50 p.m.
WHAT: Police responded
to reports of large bags
of water being thrown
from either the seventh or
eighth floor of South Quad,
University Police reported.
No credit for
debit faker
WHERE: Mosher-Jordan
Eesidence Hall
WHEN: Monday at about
1:10 p.m.
WHAT: An unknown
person tried to make a
purchase usinsga student's
bank card, University Police
reported.

Grab bag
WHERE: Eons School of
Business
WHEN: Monday at about
10:10 a.m.
WHAT: A student's back-
pack, laptop and cellphone
were taken after the stu-
dent left them unattended
for about three minutes,
University Police reported.
There are no suspects.
Solici-gone
WHERE: Lorch Hall
WHEN: Monday at about
11:4S am.
WHAT: A faculty member
reported a solicitor in
the back of a classroom,
which violates a University
ordinance against any form
of solicitation, University
Police reported. The
solicitor left before the
police arrived.

Comedy
competition
WHAT: Students will com-
pete in MI Favorite Comic's
monthly competition for
stand-up comedians.
WHO: University Unions
Arts & Programs
WHEN: Tonight from 7
p.m. to 10 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan League

Lecture on
woodblocking
WHAT: Chen Limbn will
talk about her experiences
and female artists in China.
WHO: University of Michi-
gan Museum of Art
WHEN: Today from 5 p.m.
to 7 p.m.
WHERE: UMMA, Helmut
Stern Auditorium

Engineeingijunior Neil Bhattltalkstos
an AllStar employee at a career fair
yesterday.
1 Uging $10.50 worth
of hardware and an
eighth grade education,
it's possible to hack voting
machines to be used in 2012
elections, saloncom reported.
Members of the Argonne Lab
in Illinois performed tests that
left no evidence of tampering.
If you're lookingcto sign
ao new lease for next
fall, keep in mind Ann
Arbor extends beyond Pack-
ard Street. The Daily breaks
down neighborhoods to help
you find your dream home.
>FOR MORE, SEE THE STATEMENT,
INSIDE
3Hallmark launched a
new line of greeting
cards for people who
have lost their jobs, wlbz2.
tom reported. Hallmark said
customers called in requests
for job loss sympathy cards
because the unemployment
rate is so high.

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