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Charity concerts
A year ago, thousands of Univer- nationally known artist to perform promoters."
sity students anxiously awaited the on campus with the help of donations In addition to bringing in an art-
arrival of renowned hip-hop artist from University colleges, adminis- ist, MUSIC Matters plans to engage
Lope Plasmo for his sold out concert trative offices, fraternity partner- the Ann Arbor community in the
at Hill, Auditorium. In an attempt ships and other student groups. benefit concert by possibly holding
to stage similar concerts on campus Business sophomore, Chip Kozi- a battle of the bands where student
in the future and establish a new ara, MUSIC Matters' chair of public- performers compete to be selected
philanthropic organization at the ity and advertisement, said this year as the opener for the benefit.
University, LSA sophomore Phillip the group has tentatively booked Members of the organization are
Schermer decided to take action. Mill Auditorium for March 16 and optimistic about the group's future
Schermner, president of MUSIC determined proceeds will be given and are excited to watch it progress
Matters, said he was inspired by to C.S. Mutt Children's Hospital. in the future, Schermer said..
annual benefit concerts at his high Before speaking with concert pro- "There are few times, in my view
school that united students of all moters, MUSIC Matters must raise at least, where our entire community
ages, so he decided to develop the all the money that will be needed to comes together in one moment and
organization on campus, which book the tentative artist, in one place for one cause," Scherm-
works to host a benefit concert to "We have been fundraising since er said. "We have the opportunity to
campus each year while donating July," Koziara said. "We have just do something we don' t normally do
proceeds to a charitable cause. gotten enough money and we have and that we lack on campus."
The group's goal is to bring a just entered talks with a few concert - ZENA DAVE

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Art & Desitn senior Junemin Kim destroys
furniture at Sooth Quad Residence Hall.

Bighbus bang
WHERE: 1200 block of
Beal Avenue
WHEN: Monday at about
9:35 a.m.
WHAT: A University bus
was a part of a two-vehicle
accident, University Police
reported. There were no
reported injuries and the
bus was operable and able
to leave the scene.


WHERE: 400 block of
South State Street
WHEN: Monday at about
12:40 p.m.
WHAT: A bicycle vauled
at $200 along with its cable
lock were stolen from the
bike racks outside Mason
Hall, University Police
reported. The theft occured
between 6:30 p.m. Jan. 27

Career fair Drop-in yoga
WHAT: Engineering orga- WHAT: Representatives
nizations will be present. from Victoria's Secret PINK
to discuss potential future will be holding a special
career opportunities with class with snacks and
students. More than 100 giveaways. There is a $2
groups are expected to par- entrance fee.
ticipate WHO: UMove Pitness
WHO: The Career Center WHEN: Tonight at 6:30
WHEN: Today at 1 p.m. p.m.
.WHERE: Pierpont WHERE: Central Campus
Commons Recreation Building

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rerieatr ah ugr Precinsm etueWHERE: University Hos- workshop WHAT: A panel of
WHERE: Tisch Hall experts will discus;

1Going to sleep angry
preserves the feeling
overnight, The New York
Times reported. A recent
study published in The-Jour-
nal of Neuroscience showed
negative emotions are more
likely to be sustained if expe-
rienced right before sleep.
2Every Priday morning
Lisa Gottlieb and Jeff
McCabe host the Selma
Cafe in their home, a break-
fast salon that invites a local
chef to cook sustainable "food
sold on a by-donation basis.
Apple's Sini can't
comprehend Scot-
tish accents, The Los
Angeles Times reported.
Though the phones are popu-
lar in Scotland, many verbal
requests to the software can't
be processed due to the Scot-
tish brogue.

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WHEN: Monday at about
5:20 a.m.
WHAT: A refrigerator was
damaged, and a pillow and
blanket were stolen from a
first floor lounge, University
Police reported. The door
was found locked on arrival.

WHEN: Monday at about
2:10 p.m.
WHAT: A stolen wallet was
recovered, but it was found
to have $200 cash missing
'after it disappeared in the
cafeteria, University Police

WHAT: Students will learn
to work with perfectionist
tendencies and use them
to their advantage. Par-
ticipanats will also develop
strategies to avoid unrea-
sonable expectations.
WHO: Counseling and Psy-
chological Services
WHEN: Today at 4:15 p.m.
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