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TUESDAY:
Week in History

WEDNESDAY:
Campus Clubs

THURSDAY:
Professor Profiles

FRIDAY:
Photos of the Week

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A GRAND ENTRANE

UMD develops celebrities class

The University of Maryland
will offer a class this. springhbased
on pop icons such as Beyonce, the
Diamondback reported.
Advanced Special Topics in
Women's Studies: Lady Gaga,
Beyonce, and Nicki Minaj: Gen-
der and Spectacular Consumption
will focus on society's, fascination
with the fashion and performanc-
es of artists, as well as the gender
norms female superstars may defy.
HARVARD BASKETBALL
TEAM REACHES NCAA
TOURNAMENT
This season, the Harvard men's
basketball team won its first out-
right Ivy League title and will

compete in the NCAA tourna-
ment for the first time since 1946,
The Harvard Crimson reported.
The team went 23-S during
regular season and won the Ivy
League crown after the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania's 65-52 losto
Princeton University last Tuesday.
The Crimson, coached by for-
mer Michigan basketball head
coach Tommy Amaker, will play
Vanderbilt in its first NCAA tour-
nament game on Thursday.
MAJORITY OF PRINCETON
FACULTY DONATIONS
SUPPORT OBAMA
Of the Princeton faculty mem-
bers to donate to the 2012 presi-

dential campaigns, only one of
the 96 recorded donations did
not go toward President Barack
Obama's re-election campaign,
the Daily Princetonian reported.
According to the Princetonian,
Princeton staff have given $20,896
to Obama's 2012 campaign.
The Princetonian reported
that faculty may have donated to
Republican campaigns through
political action committees or the
Republican National Convention,
contributions that would not be
recorded as direct donations to
a campaign. The nomination of
a Republican candidate to face
Obama may prompt more dona-
tions.
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CRIME NOTES
Flash mob Self medicating

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

WHERE: University
Hospital
WHEN: Thursday at about
9:30 .m.
WHAT: Abox of flash
drives was said to have been
stolen, University Police
reported. The box was
taken between Feb. 16 and
March 1L

WHERE: University
Hospital
WHEN: Yesterday at 3:50
a.m.
WHAT: A patient not affili-
ated with the University
had marijuana confiscated
from their person, Univer-
sity Police reported. The
suspect is currently under
investigation.

Spring pride
Diag rally
WHAT: Speeches, music
and food to celebrate gay
pride. Several gay activists
will speak.
WHO: LGBT Issues Com-
mission of the Central Stu-
dent Government
WHEN: Today at noon.
WHERE: The Diag

Student orgs
seminar
WHAT: A session to consult
students about creating
their own successful long-
lastingostudent organiza-
tions
WHO: Center for Campus
Involvement
WHEN: Today at 5:30 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan Union,

Micromelt Don't puck

Engineering Music lecture

WHERE: North Quad Resi-
dence Hall
WHEN: Saturday at about
5:50 p.m.
WHAT: A third-floor
microwave in the academic
wing was found with a
melted plastic container
with food in it inside, Uni-
versity Police reported.
No injuries were reported
related to the incident.

around
WHERE: Yost Ice Arena
WHEN: Saturday at about
7:30 p.m.
WHAT: A student got med-
ical attention after being hit
by a hockey puck coming
from the rink, Unversity
Police reported. Police are
unsure if the incident hap-
pened during the game.

lecture
WHAT: Guy Nordenson,
professor of structural engi-
neering and architecture at
Princeton University, will
speak about his experience
designing earth quake-
proof buildings.
WHO: Taubman College
of Architecture and Urban
Planning
WHEN: Tonight at 6 p.m.
WHERE: Art + Architec-
ture Auditorium, room 2104

WHAT: Farah Griffin,
director of the Institute for
research in African-Amer-
ican studies at Columbia
University, will speak.
WHO: School of Music,
Theatre, and Dance
WHEN: Tonight at 7 p.m.
WHERE: Moore Building
CORRECTIONS
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gandaily.com.

1A new company. Sientra,
was just approved by the
Food and Drug Admin-
istration to sell silicone-gel
breast implants, according
to The Associated Press. The
decision means that three
companies are now permit-
ted to sell implantsain the U.S.
2The Michigan hockey
team will face Bowl-
ing Green at Joe Louis
Arena on Friday. It's the Fal-
cons first CCHA semifinal
appearance since 2000-01.
sFOR MORE, SEE SPORTMONDAY,
INSIDE
3 Aman was fatally shot
at a Detroit gas sta-
tion on Friday, suppos-
edly because of an argument
over condom prices, WWJ-
TV reported. An employee
claims the overnight clerk
was responsible for the
shooting.

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