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CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

Digital double Lock picked, Research

WHERE: Taubman Cottege
Liberty Annex
WHEN: Wednesday at
about 1:30 p.m.
WHAT: A laptop and a
computer system were
allegedly stolen, Univer-
sity Police reported. The
incident is believed to have
occured in the past week.
Burnt toast
WHERE: Northwood
Community Center
WHEN: Wednesday at
about 7 p.m.
WHAT: A toaster placed
on top of a heated burner
began a small fire in an
apartment, University
Police reported. The fire
was put out with an extin-
guisher and no further
damage was done.

laptop taken
WHERE: Life Sciences
Institute
WHEN: Wednesday at
about 6:10 p.m.
WHAT: A secured laptop
was allegedly taken from
a room on the fourth floor
of the building, University
Policy reported. The cable
lock that locked the laptop
was found broken.

ceremony
WHAT: The 2012 MLibrary
Undergraduate Research
Award winners will be hon-
ored and able to share infor-
mation about their projects.
A reception will follow the
ceremony.
WHO: Shapiro Library
WHEN: Today at 2 p.m.
WHERE: Shapiro Library
Lobby

Musical
1A helmet saved a teen
performance horseback rider's life
when raw chicken parts
WHAT: "Sunday in the fell from the sky, The Huff-
Park with George" tells an ington Post reported. The
inspirational story of art and chicken supposedly came
life. Tickets are $10 with a from a Tyson Ponds Inc. pro-
student ID at the Michigan cssing plant, but the cma
League Ticket Office. cyhsc eid h lcgtopa-
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Theatre & Dance
WHEN: Today atS8 p.m.
WHERE: Mendelssohn
Theatre

Moto-tipping Culture lecture Senior career
WHAT: Prof. Jonathan
WHERE: 525 Church Street- Glasser from the College Workshop
Carport of William & Mary will
WHEN: Wednesday at discuss Spain's relation- WHAT: A guide to help
about 5:10 p.m. ship with the modern Arab seniors after graduation,
WHAT: A motorcycle was world and how its history including information abc
found tipped over, Univer- plays out in Andalusi musi- the job search process. Th
sity Police reported. It is clans and writers, advisers will also discuss
unknown if the damage was WHO: Department of how to apply for graduati:
accidental or intentional. Romance Languages & Lit- WHO: The Career Center

gut

2 Princess or equal?
Nathan Chesterman
responds that women
want to be respected not put
on a pedestal to be token care
of by men.
Di>> FOR MORE, SEE OPINION, PAGE
Chinese author Mo Yan
3won the 2012 Nobel
Prize for literature with
his 1987 novel "Red Sor-
ghum," and marks the
first Chinese resident to win
the prize, the Los Angeles
Times reported. He is seen as
one of the leading contempo-
rary authors for his contro-
versial social criticisms.

erature
WHEN: Today at 5 p.m.
WHERE: 202 S. Thayer,
room 2202

WHEN: Today at 1:15 p.m.
WHERE: Angell Hall Com-
prehensive Studies Program
Office

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