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In Other Ivory Towers This Week in History Professor Profiles Campus Clubs

LEFT Students from RCARTS
286, a sculpture class taueht
by Jason Wright, put on a giant
handmade puppet carnival as
part of their f inal project on
Thursday. (Teresa Mathem/!
TOP RIGHT Administrators
and students gather in the
Michigan Union to discuss
renovations of student facilities
on Thursday (Patrich earron/
BOTTOM RIGHT Students and
faculty viem Lam student Tao
Li's exhibit about working in
Cambodia on Monday. (McK-
enzie Berezin/Daily)
See more Photos of the a
Week on our website,L
Missing tunes Tech spill
WHERE: t502 Eust Medi- WHERE: Art and Architec-
cul Center ture Building
WHEN: Thursduy at about WHEN: Wednesday at
1 a.m. about 2:25 p.m.
WHAT: A CD wan allegedly WHAT: A laptop was dam-
stolen from a vehicle while aged after accidentally
it was valet-parked for visit- being knocked off of a table,
ing hours between 5:30 am. University Police reported.
and 6:30 am., University
Police reported.


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WHAT: The traditional. night1 named Mary has
72-hour scudy break kicksI declined 94 percent since
off with free coffee and WHAT: Female video gum- 1960, The Atlantic reported.
snacks, puppy therapy and ers are celebrated with this Mary used to be one of the
de-stressing performances. dress up game-a-thon. most popular names for girls
WHO: Multi-Ethnic Stu- WHO: Computer & Video at birth, and Emma has taken
dent Affairs and Division of Game Archive oe h o oiin
4tn.Affaius's'VX.TVVovr te.oppoiton

WHEN: All day
WHERE: William Mon-
roe Trotter Multicultural

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WHERE: Duderstadt Cen-
ter, Computer and Video

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WHERE: Matthaei Botani- C m dcrle
cal Gardens+ WHERE: 1070 West Medi-TT "
WHEN: Wednesday at 2:15 cal Center with U Mix Night's Dream
p.m. WHEN: Wednesday at
WHAT: A contractor found about 2:10 p.m. WHAT: Stress Relief Week WHAT: A student per-
the entrance lock sawed off, WHAT: Allegedly, a car continues at "Live. Laugh. formance of William
University Police reported. struck a parked vehicle UMix!" with a College Shakespeare's comedy
Various tools and equip- in which both vehicles Humor improv show, a "A Midsummer Night's
ment were also allegedly sustained minor damage, cookie decorating station Dream."Tickets are $10
stolen from a storage unit of University Police reported. and a showing of "cWhat with a student I0 at the
the property. The driver has not yet been To Expect When You Are League Ticket Office.
located. mExec-nvc". WO:Scooh loftcMusic

2High school students
from Ann Arbor help
compile the Best Amer-
ican Nonrequired Reading
anthology by choosing their
favorite under-the-radar lit-
erary works.
3For the fourth consecu-
tive year, the consulting
group Mercer named
Vienna, Austria the city with
the best quality of life in the
world, Reuters reproted. Bag-
dahd was chosen as the city
with the worst quality of life.

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