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YOU JUST GOT SLAMMED!

Cooking in the classroom

What classes are you teach- tal justice, students are really
ingethis semester? engaged and smart and want to
This semester I'm tenth- do something rather than learn
ing Environmental Literature, about the woes of the environ-
which is an LSA Freshman Sem- mental world. So we thought
mnar, and I am teaching Envi- this would be a perfett way to do
ronmental Justice which is a that.
Residential College course. My
home base is RC, but t'm faculty What was your journey to
associate with PitE. I'm really becoming aprofessor?
excited because next semester I S grew up in Connecticut and I
am teaching a new course that I did my undergrad at The Univer-
developed. ISwan on leave during sity of Maryland and mygraduace
the winter semester of last year work at Georgetown University.
to develop an Environmental I've always wanted to teach. S
Activism class, worked for a really long time as
a chef and then went back and
What inspired this class? got my graduate degree so that
I'm finding chat, particularly I could teach. I started teaching
when you. teach environmen- at American University and then

my husband was offered a posi-
tion at the Law School here so we
decided to take it and move here
6 years ago.
What you do inyour free
time?
S run, S cook and S eat lots of
food. And I'm taking guitar les-
sons. I'm really bad at it, but it's
kind of fun.
What's your favorite place
to visit?
Borestone Mountain Resort
in a place called Monson, Maine.
It's part of the Appalachian Trail
that Thoreau first walked.
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LSA Junior Ryan Krasnoo pertorms slam poetry at a
Poetry Slam in She Michigan Union on Wednesday.

CRIME NOTES
Missing meds
WHERE: 1500 East Medi-
cal Center
WREN: Tuesday at about
1:4S p.m.
WHAT: The personal medi-
cations Propanol and mus-
cle relaxants were reported
missing near the blood bank
between 6 a.m. and 2:30
p.m. on Sept. 28, University
Police reported. There are
no suspects.
Biohazard
WHERE: Medical Science
Research Building I
WHEN: Tuesday at about
7:55 p.m.
WHAT: There was a one
gallon chemical spill from a
hazardous waste container,
University Police reported.
St was immediately followed
by clean up and air quality

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

Dope visitor
WHERE: 1500 East Medi-
cal Center
WHEN: Tuesday at about
8:4S p.m.
WHAT: A hospital visi-
tor was arrested and later
released after being caught
smoking marijuana with
a patient in the hospital
courtyard, Univeristy Police
reported.The drug was con-
fiscated.
Bumper bus
WHERE: 1137 Ann St.
WHEN: Tuesday at about
10:10 p.m.
WHAT: A University bus
was bit by another vehicle
and damage was caused to
both vehicles, University
Police reported. The vehicle
did not stop and left the

Depression
screening
WHAT: Free one-on-one
mental health screenings
to help students deal with
depression.
WHO: Campus Information
Centers
WHEN: Today at 11 n.m.
WHERE: Administrative
Services Building
Banned books
read out
WHAT: In honor of
Banned Books Week, read-
ers are invited to read
aloud passages from their
favorite banned books.
Passages should be two to
three minutes long and the
microphone is open to all.
WHO:- Shapiro Under-
graduate Library
WHEN: Today atnoon
WHERE: The Ding

CORRECTIONSE
A Aviewpoint in the Oct.
3 edition of the Michigan
Daily (" Viewpoint: An
ode to The Boss") incor-
rectly stated the last
1time Bruce Springsteen
performed in Ann Arbor.
He played a solo show in
1996. The show in 1980
was the last time he per-
formed in Ann Arhor
with the E Street Band.
. A article in the Oct
3 edition of the Michi-
gan Daily (" 'U' begins
search for library dean")
incorrectly named the
author of the article. It
was writtenhby Giacomo
Bologna, not Molly Block.
" Please report any
error in the Daily to
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gandailycom.

1Scientists discovered a
new species of dinosaur,
the New York Times
reported. The species, named
Pegomastax africanus, is
speculated to have been two
feet in length and its remains
were found in South Africa in
the 1960s.
2 Hip-hop group Tree
City formed in Ann
Arbor and has since
branched out into the music
scene. Even as their fame
buds, they still stay loyal to
their local roots.
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3The weight-loss drug
industry is under gov-
ernment scrutiny, the
Associated Press reported. A
majority of the products do
not have to undergo review
by the Food and Drug Asso-
ciation and have made illegal
claims about curing cancer.

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