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In Other Ivory Towers

Campus Clubs Professor Profiles' Photos of the'Week

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Boarding with your buddies
Through the frigid, occasionally club also sells hats, mugs, shot glasses, Williams noted that Burton, one of the
unbearable winters they spend together, stickers and silicone pint glasses adorned largest snowboarding gear manufactur-
members of the Michigan Snowboarding with the Block 'M' and the club's logo, a ers, will provide the team with an equip-
Club say they continue to forge long-last- source of pride for club members on and ment trailer for Festifall on Thursday.
ing friendships on the trails. off campus. She said the club hopes to host a few
The club, which consists of more than Farron wrote that additional local snowboard video premieres on campus
200 members and 18 officers, holds a trips include Brighton, Cannonsburg this year, underscoring their efforts to
variety of annual trips throughout the and Boyne, as well as group outings to broaden the base of people who enjoycthe
year, according to Engineering senior campus restaurants and bars. Each Fri- sport.
Andrew Farron, the Snowboarding Club day, the club officers meet at Good Time Farron added that key social events
president. Charley's for happy hour to brainstorm include a welcome week party with a
Typically the group takes a visit to' improvements for the club and how to bonfire, two progressive dinners, a bar-
Searchmont, Canada during the extend- increase awareness to as large an audi- beque tailgate and two snowboard wax-
ed Martin Luther King Jr. holiday week- rote as possible. ing parties. The social component of the
end, as well as" an annual spring break Engineering senior Brennan Williams, club is equally as important as an appre.
trip to the West Coast. Patron wrote in the club's vice president, said the club ciation of snowboarding, Farron wrote.
an e-mail interview that this year's West has "sweet hook-ups" with manufactur- "All in all, (the club) is a great way to
Coast trip will likcly be held in Park City, ing sponsors such as Rome Snowboards, meet lifelong friends that share inter-
Utah or Big Sky, Montana. Oakley, Red Belly Boardshop, Moosejaw ests," Farron wrote.
In addition to hitting the slopes, the and Burton. - HALEYGOLDBERG

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A stadent starts ihe new
school year by practicing
yoga outside on Tuesday.



Not quite a
WHERE: Bursley Resi-
dence Hall
WHEN: Monday at about
10:45 a.m.
WHAT: A room on the
fourth floor with white
boards was completely
filled with graffiti of geni-
talia overnight, University
Police reported.

Gate crasher Panhellenic John Cage
WHERE: Michigan Sta- info meeting Celebration

dium G~ate I
WHEN: Saturday at about
7:4S p.m.
WHAT: A person tried,
to enter the stadium with
someone else's MCard, Uni-
versity Police reported. The
person was cited.

Packing for the
be tour de theft hospital

WHERE: 600 block of
Madison Avenue
WHEN: Monday at about
6:30 p.m.
WHAT: A male student's
Trek bicycle valued at $350
and combination cable lock
was stolen overnight from
a rack outside South Quad.
There are no suspects.

WHERE: University Hospi-
tal Emergency Room
WHEN: Monday at about
9:30 a.m.
WHAT: A handgun was
found in a patient's belong-
ings, University Police
reported. The weapon was

WHAT: The Office of WHAT: A screening of
Greek.Life is sponsoring the movie "Prom Zero - 19
an informational seminar Questions with John Cage"
addressing the rush pro- as well as a panel discus-
tess for fraternities and sion with University fac-
sororities across campus. ulty celebratingcthe 100th
WHO: Office of Greek Life anniversary of Cage's birth.
WHEN: Today at 6 p.m. and WHO: School of Music,
a P.M. Theatre & Dance
WHERE: Michigan Union WHEN: Tonight at17:30 p.m.
Ballroom WHERE: Walgreen Drama
Center, Stamps Auditorium
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Library Faculty Exploratoryv ieiffan Health Rvat-h -

1To prove his devotion to
his girlfriend, Russian
Alexey Bykov faked his
own death with the help of a
make up artist, screenwriter
and director, The Sun report-
ed. As his "girlfriend cradled
him in her arms, he "rose
from the dead" to propose.
2She felt afraid and anx-
ious all the time. But
she couldn't tell anyone
about it. So she stayed silent.
And itcgot much worse before
it got better. Now, she's tell-
ing her story about a struggle
that continues every day.
3In the wake of Egypt's
revolution, harass-
ment of even obser-
vant Islamic women is on
the rise, the BBC reported.
80 percent of Egyptian
women reported being vic-
tims of sexual harassment
in 2008.

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