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2A - Tuesday, September 4, 2012 The Michigan Daily - michigandailycom
MONDAY: 'A WEDNESDAY: THURSDAY: FRIDA~~

In Other Ivory Towers ThsW e i- itr Campus Clubs Professor Profiles Photos of the Week
BACK TO BOOKS
New MCard features comnputer chip

17 years ago this week (Sepe. 5,
1995): ;For the start of fall semes-
ter, the University debuted a new
MCard that incorporated a comput-
er chip capable of storing student
information, The Michigan Daily
reported.
The card could also hold $50,
which could be used at campus
vending machines and for other ser-
vices at the University.
Randy Harris, associate, vice
president for finance, called the
new MCard "the card of the future"
and said it had the potential to offer
a variety of new enhancements to
student~life, the Daily reported...
"Eventually, if you want a pizza
delivered to your home they could
even have a hand-held device that

could read your card," Harris said.
10 years ago this week (Sept.
5, 2002): The Michigan Student
Assembly negotiated the Universi-
ty's first fall study break for the 2002
fall semester, the Daily reported.
The University became the first
school in Michigan to have a' fall
break, and the University's Board
of Regents approved the break as a
chance for students "to have a four
to five-day weekend for intense
studying and paper writing," the
Daily reported.
Despite the emphasis on using
the break for academic work, Law
student Chris Brown said students
primarilyouse it for other reasons.

5 years ago this week (Sept. 4,
2007): The University's chapter of
Theta Chi fraternity fated sanc-
tions after a partygoer shouted
racially offensive slurs at two black
Ann Arbor Police officers, the Daily
reported.
After investigating the house, the
officers found three, kegs of beer,
which violated regulations of both
the fraternity's_ national chapter
and the Interfraternity Council.
According to the Daily, "the fra-
ternity accepts responsibility for
anyone on its property," though an
anonymous Theta Chi brother said
the person who yelled the racial
slurs was not a member of the fra-
ternity.
- HALEY GOLDBERG

SIDNEY KRANDALL/Daily
LSA freshman Jessica Petrovski fought she
crowds to purchase test hooks at Ulrich's on
Sooth University Ave. Monday.

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Unhealthy theft
WHERE: Student Health
Services
WHEN: Sunday at about
1:20 p.m.
WHAT: A purse containing
cash and gift cards esti-
mated to be worth $260 was
stolen from a room on the
third floor between noon
and 4:30 p.m. on Friday,
University Police reported.
There are no suspects.
Discarded
WHERE: North Quad Resi-
dence Hall
WHEN: Sunday at about
7 p.m.
WHAT: Elevator card read-
ers were vandalized for the
third time, University Police
reported. The damage is
estimated to be worth about
$1,000.

Merry Markley
WHERE: Mary Markley
Residence Hall
WHEN: Monday at about
3:S0 am.
WHAT: A student was
found drinking in the lobby
of Markley Residence Hall
just before 4 a.m., Universi-
ty Police reported The mat-
ter was handled internally
by Housingosecurity.
Bag snag
WHERE: C.S. Mott Chil-
dren's & Von Voigtlander
Women's Hospital
WHEN: Monday at about
1 a.m.
WHAT: A woman's wallet
containing less than $1,000
was taken from her purse
in the emergency room area
between 6 and 8:30 p.m.,
University Police reported.
There are no suspects.

Poster sale
WHAT: The Michigan
Union will host the annual
Back to School Poster Sale,
where students can buy
posters featuring anything
from Picasso to Justin
Bieber.
WHO: Center for Campus
Involvement
WHEN: Today at 10 a.m.
WHERE: Michigan Union,

Greek gathering
WHAT: Representatives
of IFC fraternities will
gather to provide informa-
tion about their fraternity
houses and recruitment.
WHO: Office of Greek Life
WHEN: Today at 10 a.m.
WHERE: The Diag

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round floor Sorority
recruitment
lute release WHAT: The Office of Greek
Life will host a forum for
VHAT: Prof. Amy Porter, students to learn about
n award-winning flutist, Greek life and Panhellenic
ill present her sabbatical chapters at the University.
roject, "Anatomy of Sound: WHO: Office of Greek Life
Workshop with Amy Por- WHEN: Tonight at 7 p.m.
r." The project is a DVD WHERE: Michigan League
caching guide for aspiring Ballroom
THO: School of Music, CORTON
Iseatre & Dance 0 please re port any
VHEN: Tonight at 8 p.m. error in the Daily to
THERE: Moore Building, corrections@msichi-
ritton Recital Hall gandailycom.

1Officials from the Fed-
eral Emergency Manage-
ment Agency announced
that damage from Hurricane
Isaac could top $2 billion,
CBS News reported. Presi-
dent Barack Obama visited
Louisiana to tour hurricane
damage this week.
2Sophomore cornerback
Blake Countess will
miss the remainder
of the season after tearing
his ACL during Michigan's
blowout loss to Alabama on
Saturday.
sFOR MORE. SEE SPORTSMONDAY,
INSIDE
3 Astudy by researchers
at Stanford University
suggested that organic
foods are no more nutritious
than inorganic foods, NBC
News reported. Still, organic,
foods may limit exposure
to pesticides and anti-biotic
bacteria, the study found.

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