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changing bus stops to 'bus
spots' by constructing different
installations at stops across
campus Saturday.
- Soldiers observe the
Washington Monument before
President Barack Obama's
inauguration ceremony
students Gary Donald, Thomas
Erickson, Matthew Geiger, and
Daniel Piccolo perform 'The
Whole Toy Laid Down' by Dave
Hollinden at the University
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WHERE: Michigan Union
WHEN: Wednesday around
10:00 a.m.
WHAT: Three incidents of
graffiti have been reported
this month in the lower
level men's restroom and
two other locations. There
are currently no suspects.
Hey, that's
my coat

Hit and run
WHERE: 2500 Hayward
WHEN: Wednesday around
4:10 p.m.
WHAT: A vehicle was hit
by another vehicle while
it was parked in the lot at
some point duringthe day,
University police reported.
There were no injuries, but
the vehicle sustained minor.
Sign of
the times

Sexpertise Internship
WHAT: Multiple Univer- seminar
sity groups invite the public

to this educational, 3-day
event on sexuality and rela-
tionships. The theme of this
year's seminar is "Out of the
WHO: Sexperteam,
Univeristy Health Service
WHEN: Today from 4:00
p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan League
State of
WHAT: This exhibition
is on the objects left in the
desertby undocumented
migrants. The exhibition is
the culmination of the work
of Richard Barnes, Jason De
Leon and Amanda Krugliak.
WHO: Institute for the
WHEN: Today from 9:00
a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
WHERE: 202S. Thayer

WHAT: A career advisor
will assist in a seminar to
help undergraduates in
their search for internships.
Undergraduates may regis-
ter for just one workshop.
WHO: The Career Center
WHEN: Today at 3:00 p.m.
WHERE: Student Activities
" AJan. 22 article ("CSG
outlines new budget")
misspelled the name
of CSG Treasurer
Chris Osborn.

Facebook CEO Mark
Zuckerburg will host
a fundraiser for New
Jersey Governor Chris
Christie's campaign in his
home in Palo Alto. Zucker-
burg worked with Christie
in 2010 when he pledged a
donation of $100 million to
Newark public schools.
With a 68-53 win over
Purdue Thursday, the
Michigan basketball
team i4,likely one win away
from the No.1 overall ranking
in the nation for the first time
since 1992. The Wolverines
play at Illinois Sunday.
Agroup of scientists has
recently stored audio
and text in pieces of
DNA, according to a
published article inthe scien-
tific journal Nature. The sci-
entists were able to retrieve
the data from the DNA almost
completely unhindered.

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WHERE: Michigan Union WHERE: 2500 Hayward
WHEN: Wednesday around WHEN: Wednesday around
5:20 p.m. 8:10 p.m.
WHAT: A coat was WHAT: A vehicle hita
reported stolen from a coat signpost near the parking
room on the first floor. lot, University police
University police report reported. The accident
that it may have been taken resulted in no injuries but
because it was mistaken for did result in damage to the
a similar coat. vehicle and sign.

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Envoy: S. Korea's Park open
to dialogue with N. Korea

North continues keeping promises," he said.
She also advocates returning
satellite and rocket to the six-nation disarmament
negotiations, Rhee said. North
launches as part of Korea walked away from those
talks in 2009 and has said future
new phase' disarmament talks are out off
the table.
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) On Tuesday, the U.N. Security
- South Korea's new president Council voted unanimously to
will not tolerate North Korean condemn North Korea's Dec. 12
provocations but will contin- rocket launch as a violation of a
ue to push for dialogue with ban against missile activity. The
Pyongyang, a special envoy to council, including Pyongyang
President-elect Park Geun-hye ally China, expanded sanctions
said just hours after the North's against the regime.
top governing body declared it North Korea's National
would continue atomic tests and Defense Commission responded
rocket launches. Thursday by declaring that the
Park is strongly urging North regime is prepared to conduct a
Korea to refrain from conduct- nuclear test in defiance of U.N.
ing a nucleartest that could punishment, and it made clear
only worsen the tensions on the that its long-range rockets are
Korean Peninsula in the wake of designed to carry not only satel-
a provocative long-range rocket lites but also warheads aimed at
launch in December, envoy Rhee striking the United States.
In-je told The Associated Press The commission, North
and selected news outlets in Korea's top governing body led
Davos, Switzerland. by leader Kim Jong Un, pledged
"President-elect. Park makes to keep launching satellites and
it clear that North Korea's nucle- rockets and to conduct a nuclear
ar ambitions and further provo- test as part of a "new phase" of
cations against the South will combat with the United States,
not be tolerated," Rhee said on which it blames for leading the
the sidelines of the World Eco- U.N. bid to punish Pyongyang.
nomic Forum on Thursday. "In It said a nuclear test was part
particular, she strongly urges of "upcoming" action but did
North Korea to refrain from fur- not say exactly when or where it
ther worsening the situation by would take place.
conducting a third nuclear test." "We do not hide that a vari-
But Park, who takes office ety of satellites and long-range
next month, wants to leave the rockets which will be launched
window open to constructive by the DPRK one after another
dialogue with Pyongyang and and a nuclear test of higher level
will continue to provide food which will lie carried out by it
and medical aid as part of a in the upcoming all-out action,
"trust-building" policy for the a ner phase of the anti-U.S.
two Koreas. "It is a gradual pro- struggle that has lasted century
cess based on mutual trust and after century, will target against
respect, which can begin with the U.S., the sworn enemy of the

Korean people," the commission
said, referringto North Korea by
its official name, the Democratic
People's Republic of Korea.
U.S. Defense Secretary Leon
Panetta said he has seen no out-
ward sign that North Korea will
follow through soon on its plan
to conduct atest. But that doesn't
mean preparations aren't taking
"They have the capability,
frankly, to conduct these tests
in a way that make it very diffi-
cult to determine whether or not
they are doing it," Panetta told
reporters in Washington.
North Korea claims the right
to build nuclear weapons as
a defense against the United
States, its Korean War foe.
Their bitter three-year war
ended in a truce, not a peace
treaty, in 1953, and left the
Korean Peninsula divided by the
world's most heavily fortified
demilitarized zone. The U.S.
leads the U.N. Command that
governs the truce and stations
more than 28,000 troops in ally
South Korea, a presence that
North Korea cites as a key rea-
son for its drive to build nuclear
North Korea is estimated to
have stored up enough weapon-
ized plutonium for four to eight
bombs, according to scientist
Siegfried Hecker, who visited
the North's Nyongbyon nuclear
complex in 2010.
In October, an unidenti-
fied spokesman at the National
Defense Commission claimed
that the U.S. mainland was
within missile range..And at a
military parade last April, North
Korea showed off what appeared
to be an intercontinental ballis-
tic missile.

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