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Students 'live in a yellow submarine'

If you break out singing the
Beatles' "Yellow Submarine"
during a meeting of the Universi-
ty's Human Powered Submarine
tram, prepare for some backlash.
With 22 active members, the
HPS team is constantly in the
process of building, modifying
and testing a single-person, ped-
al-powered submarine. The sub
is used to compete against teams
from around the world at the
annual International Submarine
Races, and yes, it's yellow.
Engineering junior Jeremy
Werner, the team's design man-
ager, said he initially joined in
order to become certified in
scuba diving and learn how to
pilot a submarine.

"How could I resist?" Werner
said.
Werner said the team has
become increasingly competitive
over the past few years.
"We have won fifth place and
innovation awards in the past
two competitions," Werner said.
"This year we have increased our
team's size remarkably, and we
are taking on much more design
work than ever before."
Dedication and effort are inte-
gral to the club's success, with
team -leaders working on the
submarine for between six and
10 hours a week.
The time commitment, how-
ever, is not all work and no play.
Werner said team members

enjoy scuba diving, testing the
submarine in the University's
Marine Hydrodynamic Labora-
tory and competing with peers
from other teams and institu-
tions.
"We are part of a handful of
people who get to scuba dive in
the MHL, and seeing the sub-
marine doing runs in the model
basin is the most fun you can
have out of bed," Wernuer said.
"Then comes the competition,
where we get to meet students
from around the world, share our
designs with them, and then race
our submarine against theirs."
-ASHWINI NATARAJAN

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Art & Design junion Carisa Bedsose pertorms at the
School of Art sod Design Undergraduate Art Show on
Tuesday evening.

CRIME NOTES
Slippery fingers Late for court

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

WHERE: University
Hospital
WHEN: Monday at about
4 po.
WHAT: A wallet in a staff
member's unattended
coat was reported stolen
sometime between 8 am.
and 1:30 p.m, University
Police reported.

WHERE: Campus Safety
Services
WHEN: Monday at about
10:10 p.m.
WHAT: A person
unaffiliated with the
University was arrested for
failing to appear in court
for possession of marijuana,
University Police reported.

Traveling thief Resting space
WHERE: G.G. Brown WHERE: West Quad
building Residence Hall
WHEN: Monday at 1:50 am. WHEN: Tuesday at about
WHAT: A student employee 11:05 p.m.
reorted a passport was taken WHAT: An Mcard was
from his office desk between reportedly stolen between
nsoon and 11:S0pm, University 12:15 am. and 7 a.m. from a
Police reported. There are restroom on the third floor
currently no suspects. of the residence ball. There
are currently no suspects.

Self-defense
skills
WHAT: Students, faculty
and staff are encouraged to
attend this free workshop
to learn strategies and skills
that can help incommon
dangerous situations on
campus.
WHO: UMove Fitness
WHEN: Tonight at 5 p.m.
WHERE: Intramural
Sports Building
Baby care
basics
WHAT: This class is meant
to lend informtouion about
how to care for a newborn
baby. Topics will include
bathing, diapering, safety,
infant stimulation, and
more. The cost of the class
is $10.
WHO: MHealthy
WHEN: Tonight at 6 p.m.
WHERE: U-M Canton
Health Center, 1051 N. Can-

IIIV dialouge
WHAT: This event includes
an interactive dialogue
about people's personal
relationships to HIV. Din-
ner will also be provided.
WHO: The Coalition for
Queer People of Color
WHEN: Tonight at 5:30
p.m.
WHERE: William Mon-
roe Trotter Multicultural
Center
Michigan's best
dance crew
WHAT: ight dance groups
will cotmpete for the title
of Michigan's Best Dance
Crew 2012. Crews include
Funktion, EnCore, Impact
Dance, Arabian Dance
Ensemble and more.
WHO: Center for mpus
InvolvementV
WHEN: Tonight at 8 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan Union
Rogel Ballroom

Researchers at Boston
1University announced
that 34 NFL players
whose brains were
examined suffered
from CTE, a brain disease
that results in confusion,
depression, and eventually
dementia, ABC News
reported.
2What if getting laid
were as easy as log-
ging onto a computer?
For some students, it is.
Hear one student's expose of
a secret sex space on campus
>> FOR MORE. SEE THE STATEMENT
INSIDE
3Harvard University has
officially recognized
Harvard College
Munch, a campus group
promoting safe practices of
kinky and alternative sex,
ABC News reported. The
group that once started with
seven people now says they
have nearly 30 members and
are being taken seriously.

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