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2 - Friday, March 16, 2012

WEDNESDAY:
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LEFT University alum Josh Levin
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Engineering Arch on Tuesday.
(PAUL SHERMAN/Daily)
TOP RIGHT Students play
instruments on the Diag on
Wednesday. (MCKENZIE BER-
EZIN/Daily)
BOTTOM RIGHT Department
of Afroamerican and African
Studies Profs. Meg Sweeney
and Scott Ellsworth speak
during the Concentration Fair
in the Michigan League on
Tuesday. The fair was designd
to help students choose their
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Left high and Raiding the
dry cabinet

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES
M ichigan Bluegrass Coyotes in PeoriaAriz.
madness concert hit three people in a
24-hour time peroid,
WHAT: A March Madness WHAT: Singer and gui- azfamily.com reported. None
viewing party hosted at the tarist Sunny War brings of those bit were seriously
Pierpoint Commons. Free her bluegrass and folk injured. The Arizona Game
food and giveaways will be music show to Ann Arbor. and Fish Department has set
offered. Tickets start at $15. traps in an attempt to capture
WHO: Center for Campus WHO: Michigan Union the animals.

WHERE: Northwood
Apartments
WHEN: Wednesday at
about 8:30 p.m.
WHAT: Suspected mari-
juana and paraphernalia,
including a glass bong, were
taken from a student, Uni-
versity Police reported.

WHERE: Facilities Ser-
vices Building B
WHEN: Wednesday at
about 6:05 p.m.
WHAT: Keys to an office
cabinet were stolen between
5 and 5:30 p.m., University
Police reported.
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Involvement
WHEN: Today at noon
WHERE: Pierpoint Com-
mons

Ticket Office
WHEN: Tonight at 8 p.m.
WHERE: The Ark

Backpack here,n} u
now it's not Benjamins
WHERE: Ross School of
WHERE: Hatcher Gradu- Business
ate Library WHEN: Wednesday at
WHEN: Wednesday at about 5:35 p.m.
about 5:50 p.m. WHAT: A student reported
WHAT: A student reported that his wallet containg
a backpack stolen between $700 cash fell out of his
3:45 and 3:50 p.m. from pocket on the first floor. The
the 3rd floor of the library, wallet later was found and
University Police reported. turned in to staff, but was
There are no suspects. missing cash.

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Art lessons Mudew Q&A
WHAT: A workshop in WHAT: The group
which students can learn will oberve the Friday
how to utilize various art Juma'a prayer and have
techniques, including lay- a subsequent Q&A ses-
ering, blending and color sion about prayer.
theory. Participants must WHO: MuJew
bring their own materi- WHEN: Today at 2:10 p.m.
als and register before the WHERE: Michigan Union
S. ..s:..azp ....mete 0170, z. Kuenzel Room

The Michigan men's
basketball team has
a first-round match-
up with Ohio in Nashville
tonight. Michigan passed
into the Round of 32 last sea-
son. .
o FOR MORE, SEE SPORTS, PAGE 7
As 100th anniversary of
the sinking approaches
next month a group of
British historians plans to re-
enact the sinking on Twitter,
Yahoo News reported. The
group will give a real time
account of the ship going
down on Twitter.

eet, wnicn casts p$i7U or
students.
WHO:University of Michi-

gan Museum of Art
hem with your I WHEN: Today at 2:30 p.m.
their newblog. WHERE: Museum of Art,
Multipurpose room

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S the first time DEC has collabo-
ST. PATTY'Yrated with AAPD and UHS. In
From Page 1 _ September, the fraternity devel-
oped a best practices list and
situations and evaluate intoxica- provided food credits for the
tion levels. Michigan vs. Notre Dame night
They were also educated in football game. Jackson said the
alcohol safety and conflict reso- success of this effort is what led
lution. IFC's Social Responsibili- IFC to take additional action on
ties Committee - which works St. Patrick's Day.
year-round to ensure events held "We've always tried to keep
by fraternities establish a safe St. Patrick's Day in our minds
environment - will also be part as one of those days that we
of tomorrow's efforts. could do something for the com-
Engineering junior Emily munity," Jackson said. "Add-
DeSanti, president of the Pan- ing ambassadors is just another
hellenic Association, said Greek level of security we can give to
members will also be stationed our community members to
in the Office of Greek Life in the help them out."
Michigan Union throughout Jackson added that the IFC
the day tomorrow. She said this executive board believes it is
will help Greek life members important to define safe and
efficiently resolve any issues appropriate behavior, and
reported by ambassadors. teach students to recognize
In addition to patrolling the dangerous situations. He said
streets, IFC, with the help of Greek Life ambassadors will
AAPD and UHS, composed a not be giving out punishments
list of "St. Patrick's Day Best on St. Patrick's Day, but rath-
Practices," which will be dis- er informing the appropriate
tributed prior to tomorrow's Greek Life executives to help
festivities and will be e-mailed resolve any potentially perilous
to all IFC members today. These issues.
practices range from picking "We're looking forward to a
up trash throughout the day, to successful day and hoping that
being mindful of noise levels everyone has a good time," he
and immediately attending to said.
severely intoxicated guests. DeSanti said she thinks this
Jackson described the final initiative is a good way for
part of the plan as "food credits," members of the Greek com-
noting that IFC provided each munity to show the city of Ann
fraternity with $100 to purchase Arbor what it means to cele-
food and water for those attend- brate safely.
ing their parties. He said offer- "I think it's a great initia-
ing nourishment is essential for tive for us ... to take the time
the safety of students who are out of the holiday to make sure
drinking excessively. that other members are being
IFC is also partnering with safe," she said. "I think it's a
Domino's Pizza, which will pro- good effort to make sure that
vide a discount to fraternities not only the members of our
who choose to use their food community are being safe dur-
credit to order pizza for their ing this day but also the other
guests. students who are also in atten-
Jackson said this effort is not dance at these events."
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