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SEEING RED

To fight genocide, go without

50Oyears ago this week
(December 8,1962):
After returning from a trip
to East Asia, then-University
President Harlan Hatcher
urged the use of English as
the language of international
communication, the Daily
reported.
At a public reception in Hill
Auditorium, Hatcher said the
first objective of American
universities should be keeping
English as an international
language. He reported the
decreasing use of English in
the nations he visited and
cited the University's English
Language Institute in Thai-
land anoan important project
combating this trend.

25 years ago this week
(December 4,1987):
Then-Vice President George
H. W. Bush visited Oakland and
urged Michigan Senate Repub-
licans to ratify the intermediate
nuclear arms treaty that was to
be signed by President Eeagan
and Soviet leader Mikhail Gor-
bachev, the Daily reported.
At an "Ask George Bush
Town Meeting," Bush
addressed about 300 people
on the elimination of weapons,
urging attendees to demon-
strate their support.
"We're about to get a deal
where the Soviets take out all
1,600 (weapons) and we take out
our 400, and for the first time in
history eliminate a whole class

of weapons," he said.
5 years ago this week
(December 6,2007):
A campaign organized bycthe
national anti-genocide student
organization STAND encour-
aged students to give up one
luxury item from their daily
lives to help protect displaced I
Sudanese civilians in Darfur,
according to the Daily.
Instead of buying her daily
lotte, LSA senior Alice Mishkin
chose to give $3 to victimsoof the
genocide in Darfur.
"If you only spend $3, then
you could protect a woman in
Darfur for a day - that's pretty
ridiculous," said LSA freshman
Joe Pieroni.
- TOM MCBRIEN

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Rackham student Rachael Rottenbacher successfully donates
blood tar the first time as a yart ofltbe on going comyetition
with MSU to donate the most blood.

CRIME NOTES
Family drama Under lock and

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

WHERE: University
Hospital
WHEN: Sunday at about
10:15 p.m.
WHAT: A visitor to the
hospital was arrested and
taken to jail for breaching a
Personal Protection Order
taken out on him by a family
member, University Police
reported.
Play with fire
WHERE: North Campus
Eesearch Center #50 West
Building
WHEN: Monday at about
2:S5 am.
WHAT: A kitchen stove
was left on, causing heavy
smoke from a plastic
sign cover that melted,
University Police reported.
The fire was extinguished
with no injuries.

key
WHERE: North Quad
esidence Hall
WHEN: Sunday at about
4:0S p.m.
WHAT: A bicycle was
stolen sometime between
10 a.m. Jan. 21 and 3:30 p.m.
Jan. 2S, University Police
reported. The bicycle was
locked with a cable lock.
Lost, then
found
WHERE: North Quad
Residence Hall
WHEN: Sunday at about
955 am.
WHAT: Permanent marker
graffiti was found on an
outside door, University
Police reported. There are
currently no suspects and
the timeframe is unknown.

Border patrol
WHAT: Assistant Profes-
sor Daniel Eamirez will lead
a discussion on the poetic
and musical contributions
border-crossers have made
and how their experiences
have affected their art.
WHO: Institute for the
Humanities
WHEN: Today at 12:30 p.m.
WHERE: 2025S. Thayer,
room 1022

Violin recital
WHAT: Fabian Lopez,
assistant professor of violin
at the University of North
Carolina; Greensboro will
give a performance with
Minjung Sen providing
piano accompaniment.
WHO: School of Music,
Theatre & Dance
WHEN: Today at 8 p.m.
WHERE: Moore Building,
Britton ecital Hall

Human rights Graduate
WHAT: Professor Daovid science
Scheffer from Northwestern
University wll give a talk program
adressing judicial, political
and financial international WHAT: STPP will host an
issues and America's role inforomation for students
in them. He will also be about their graduate pro-
discussing his book, and a gram dealing with science
reception will follow the policy making. Pizza will be
lecture, provided.
WHO: International bolli- WHO: Science, Technology
tute and Public Policy Program
WHEN: Today at 1 p.m. WHEN: Today at 7 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan WHERE: Weill
League, Ealamazoo room Hall, room 1230

I n an immigration com-
*promise being proposed
Iby senators, illegal immi-
grants would be able to apply
for citizenship without first
being deported, CNN report-
ed. Some House epublicans
have expressed concern.
2Daily Arts Columnist
Elliot Alpern dishes
on the effect of theme
songs'for his favorite televi-
sion programs.
aFOR MORE, SEE ARTS, PAGE5
In defense of awrongful
-death lawsuit, the
J Catholic hospital
St. Thomas More argued
that fetuses are not legally
considered humans until
birth, CNN reported. Jeremy
Stodghill, whose wife and.
unborn twins died in the
hospital lobby, lost the case.

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