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THURSDAY: FRIDAY:

MONDAY TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY:
)thr IoryTowrs This Week in History Professor Profiles
HATEIMEF RG~RCMU I ~
MSU marches against racism

Campus Clubs Photos of the Week
I EMERSONIAN RETREAT

In response to hate crimes at
Michigan State University, several
hundred MSU students silently
marched last Thursday near cam-
pus to end racism, according to
an Oct. 7 Lansing State Journal
article.
The participants carried signa
that read messages such as "Love
knows no colors" as they walked
from the Brody Complex to Akers
Hall, the article reports.
Organizers said the march
was in response to recent events
on campus involving a racial slur
written on a white hoard and an
African-American doll found
hanging from a ceiling. The uni-
versity addressed the incidents
early in the week at a town hall

meeting, according to the Lansing LION TRANQUILIZED AT
State Journal UNIVERSITY OF COLO.

PENN STATE STUDENT'S
SEX COLUMN GOES VIRAL
About 700 words was all it took
for Penn. State University junior
Kristina Helfer to go viral.
Last Thursday morning, less
than 24 hours after the publica-
tion of her first sex column in The
Daily Collegian titled, "Let's talk
sex, hugs and handjobs," Heifer's
piece already had 300 comments,
according to an Oct. 7 article in
College Media Matters.
Heifer's article received hoth
praise and criticism for the subject
matter.

A mountain lion was tran-
quilized last Wednesday after
it took residence in a tree near a
residence hall on campus at the
University of Colorado Boulder,
according to an Oct. 5 article in
the Boulder Daily Camera.
The article reported that
the lion was about four feet
long and was estimated to be
between 1 and 2 years old. After
the sedatives took effect, the
cat was removed from the tree
and released in a more suitable
location. No one was harmed in
the incident.
- PAIGE PEARCY

SSA sesisr Adam Miller and his friend Marcy Shrsuse
eny yesterday aftersoon is Nichols Arboretum.

CRIME NOTES
Cool runnings i$ounce
:WHERE: Wolverine Tower WHERE: Intramural
WHEN: Thursday at about Sports Building
8:45 a.m. WHEN: Thursday at about
WHAT: Staff from the 6:55 p.m.
University's Department WHAT: An iPod was
of occupational Safety and reported stolen near the
Environmental Health basketball court, University
cleaned up a leakinghbottle Police reported. A possible
of coolant, University Police suspect last seen near the
reported. No inuriesawere phone was descrihed assa
reported. black male in his early 20s,
511",160 lbs., with dread-
locks.
EDITOR'S NOTE: There are not more
Crime Notes because the University's
Department of Public Safety did not update
its crime incident log, the Daily's source for
Crime Notes, over the weekend.
MORE ONLINE Loe Crime Notes? Share them with your 6
followeraon Twiter @CrimeNoesor find themson their new blog.

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES
Discussion Pearl Jam

on depression
WHAT: An information
session wili heip students
distinguish between what
is and what isn't depression.
CAPS will also share tips on
how students can feel more
energized.
WHO: Counseling and
Psychological Services
WHEN: Today at 4:1S p.m.
WHERE: Michigan Union

docurnentary
WHAT: "Pearl Jam
Twenty," a documentary
celebrating the rock band's
20th anniversary, will be
shown.
WHO: Film and Video
Student Association
WHEN: Today at 9 p.m.
WHERE: Chemistry
building, room 1300
History majors

1Two Michigan State
University law professors
are arguing for changes
to U.S. marriage law that
would allow marriages to be
performed via Skype, MLive.
com reported. The professors
say the law most address the
needs of atechnological society.
2The Michigan hockey
team swept 'Bentley
this past weekend,
winning two games with a
combined score of 9-2. The
sixth-ranked Wolverines are
now 3-0.
>> FOR MOtt, Stt SPORTSMONDAY,
INSIDE
3 Anew study suggests
that babies as young
as 15 months old may
possess an awareness of what
is fair and what is not, the
Daily Mail reported. Babies
in the study were able to
distinguish between equal
and unequal amountsof food.:

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encouraged to express
their sexuality at the
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