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Thursday, January 24, 2013



band gets
new leader
Former assistant Pasquale's accomplishments in
the new position.
director promoted "During the past five years,
John has proven himself to be a
to top spot person with the necessary musi-
cal and leadership skills for this
By DANIELLE important appointment, and I
STOPPELMANN am delighted that the Univer-
Daily Staff Reporter sity of Michigan will continue to
benefit from his ongoing service
John Pasquale, assistant to our campus and musical com-
director of bands and associate munity,".Haithcock said.
director of marching and athletic As a tuba player for Westlake
bands, was named Wednesday High School in Austin, Texas,
as the next director of Michigan Pasquale said he never imag-
Marching and Athletics Bands, ined being a director for such a
the Band announced units Face- respected marchingband.
book page Wednesday. "I was trying to figure out
Pasquale will replace Scott my career," Pasquale said. "My
Boerma, who resigned from the family was pushing me to do
position on Jan. 8. to accept a business, but I've always had
position as director of bands my heart and my soul push me
at Western Michigan Univer- towards the study of music and
sity, his alma mater. Pasquale beings'a teacher. That's just who
will also assume the position of Iam, and I'm proud of it."
associate director of bands and Pasquale, who has been the
Donald R. Shepherd chair in University's assistant 'director
conducting. of bands for five years, studied
In the Facebook statement, music education as an under-
Director of Bands Michael graduate student at Texas Chris-
Haithcock said Pasquale was tian University. He received a
a qualified candidate for the Doctor of Musical Arts Degree
position and looks forward to See BAND, Page SA

LSA freshman John Dickinson tunes his guitar during a recording session for the band The Good Plenty at the Duderstadt Center Wednesday. They will be
performing at the Blind Pig on January 30.
Regents gain insight in Calif.

focused on
state funding
Daily News Editor
It's not always sunny in Cali-
fornia - especially when it
comes to higher education.

Last week, seven members
of the University's Board of
Regents, University President
Mary Sue Coleman and other
University officials traveled to
Los Angeles for a series of meet-
ings with alumni and experts
in higher education and educa-
tion technology. The workshops
were not made available to the
public and were held in lieu of
the regularlyscheduled January

board meeting.
University spokesman Rick
Fitzgerald said the "purpose of
the trip was to provide regents.
and executive officers the
opportunity to strategize and
speak about long-term plans for
the University. The group also
took time to meet with Robert
Birgeneau, chancellor of the
University of California, Berke-
ley; Stanford University Presi-

dent John Hennessy; Robert
Berdahl, former president of the
Association of American Uni-
versities; and Dan Russell, one of
Google's top research scientists.
The University of Michi-
gan delegation included seven.
regents; Coleman; University
Provost Philip Hanlon; Jerry
May, vice president for develop-
ment; and Sally Churchill, vice

Search begins,
for new DPSS
exec. director

Commitee seeks
to recommend
candidates for
new position
Daily News Editor
The newly formed Division
of Public Safety and Security is
beginning the search for a new
executive director.
The DPSS executive director
reports to University President
Mary Sue Coleman, is respon-
sible for the development of the
division as well as the manage-
ment of a 314-person staff and a
budget of $23.5 million. Univer-
sity Police Chief Joe Piersante
currently serves as interim
executive director.
The executive director of
the newly-formed division will
be responsible for all security

agencies at the University's
Ann Arbor campus, including
the University Police Depart-
ment, Hospitals and Health
Centers Security Services,
Housing Security and Safety
Services, University Security
Services and other campus-
wide security functions.
The University has formed a
search committee made up of
nine members who will recom-
mend candidates to Coleman.
The list of the members of the
committee and information
about the position were posted
to the office of the President's
The members of the search
advisory committee - which
is chaired by Liz Barry, manag-
ing director of the Life Sciences
Institute - includes leaders in
University and hospital admin-
istration, faculty and members
the law enforcement commu-

Steven Ford, Chairman of the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Foundation, and former Democratic Michigan Senate Floor
Leader Buzz Thomas discuss the legacies of former President Gerald Ford and Willis Ward at Weill Hall Wednesday.
Event honors former pres.

SMTD group
holds first-ever
'U' finance talk
Daily StaffReporter
A saxophone sextet's rendition
of "The Victors" echoed through
the Britton Recital Hall Wednes-
day evening. University Provost
Philip Hanlon sat in the front
row, singing and clapping along
with about 150 students before
he gave his presentation.
Hanlon spoke to students in
the School of Music, Theatre &
Dance to discuss the University's
budget issues in the event, "Let's
Talk Tuition," a product of the
school's recently established Col-
laborative Student Assembly. The
assembly is a student governing
body for the school that was for-
mally launched at the beginning
of the semester.

Football history
makes debut
Daily Staff Reporter
Steve Ford, the son of Presi-
dent Gerald R. Ford, said his
father would walk down State
Street as a freshman and won-
der what they were going to
make out of that "pile of dirt"

on the corner of State and Hill
More than 80 years later,
Steve stood before a standing-
room-only crowd in Weill Hall,
which houses the School of Pub-
lic Policy, which is named in
honor of his father.
A panel discussion was held
Wednesday in honor of the
100th anniversary of the former
president's birth and next year
will mark 100 years of public
policy programs on campus,.
The event included the pre-

miere of "Black and Blue: The
Story of Gerald Ford, Willis
Ward and the 1934 Michigan-
Georgia Tech Football Game," a
in response to the University's
decision to bench then-senior
Willis Ward at the request of
opponent Georgia Tech. At the
time, southern schools refused
to play football against black
Gerald and Ward became
fast friends after meeting on the
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