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Big Bang' director dishes

Week by week, Unieersity it's still just as funny.
alum Murk Cendrowski gives
America a reason to smile. As How did you enter the
director of seer 100 episodes of directing world? Was it based
"The Big Bang Theory," the cur- upon your network?
rent number-one sitcom on tele-
vision, Cendrowski is the guy That's the biggest thing -
behind the scenes who makes the something t tell all the stu-
comedy happen. dents. You have to get to know

What's the biggest chal-
lenge you face as a director?
The' biggest chsllenge for
me, because I've always been
involved in comedies, would
be making sure something is
funny. tf it gets a laugh while
we're reading it, I have to make
sure while we're shooting it that

people; it's all about who you
know, not necessarily what you
know. Having the degree isn't
necessarily going to open doors
for you. You're not going to get
hired on the number one show
just because you have a degree
in television. You have to get to
know people who work there,
get to know people who are hir-
ing and hopefully get your foot

in the door that way and work
your way up the tanks.
Have you directed other
genres of television, or would
you say that sitcoms are your
I guess you could say that
really is kind of my specialty.
When I came out to LA for pro-
duction, I hung out with a lot of
comics, wrote jokes and eventu-
ally got into situation comedies.
Istarted a comedy club at Mich-
igan years ago, called Laugh
Track, with my current wife,
Cindy, so I was always involved
in comedy.

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Graduate student Sara Cole taken a workshop to learn
about the power of graphic desgn o her field.



WHERE: Bursley Resi-
dence Hall
WHEN: Tuesday at about
10:10 am.
WHAT: An iPhone was
reportedly stolen from its
owner as she boarded a
University bus, University
Police reported. The phon
ewas later returned.

Hit it and
quit it
WHERE: Yost Ice Arena
WHEN: Tuesday at about
11:15 am.
WHAT: A parked vehicle
was struck by an unknown
vehicle causing a dent,
University Police reported.
The hit occurred on Feb.
1 between 6:30 p.m. and 9

Human Rights Meditation
conference clinic

WHAT: A conference
called, "Human Rights Meld
Captive: Perspectives on the
Justice System," will dis-
cuss human rights issues.
WHO: Human Rights
Through Education
WHEN: Today at 7 p.m.
WHERE: Rackham Gradu-
ate School Amphitheater

WHAT: A clinic will be
held to teach basic medita-
tion skills for people who
want to learn how to start
WHO: Counseling and Psy-
chological Services
WHEN: Today at 5:30 p.m.
WHERE: CAPS office

Writer's block Hospital

WHERE: Glen Carport
WHEN: Tuesday at about
3:40 p.m.
WHAT: A vehicle
was struck by another
vehicle while parked in
the structure resulting
in unknown damage,
University Police reported.
The striking-vehicle driver
let note

WHERE: University
WHEN: Tuesday at about
3 am.
WHAT: Clothing, blankets
and other personal property
were reportedly stolen from
a patient's room, University
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Modern dance European
performance lecture

1The U.S. Postal Service
is going to stop deliver-
ing sod picking up first
class mail on Saturdays due
to immense financial losses
and instability, NPR reported.
These measures will be start-
ed the week ofAugust 5th.
2The Museum of Natur-
ral History will be
displaying a traveling
exhibit on race, which ties in
with the current LSA theme
semester, "Understanding
3 Anine year old Mexi-
can girl gave birth to
ababy girl in Jalisco
state, Mexico, the Telegraph
reported. The state prosecu-
tor is looking for the baby's
17 year old father, who is cur-
rently a fugitive.

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WHAT: A modern dance
performance will be held
with choreography by
gill Jones, director of
the Arnie Zane dance
compancy and other faculty
WHO: School of Music,
Theatre & Dance
WHEN: Today at 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Power Center for
the Performing Arts

WHAT: Rita Chin, a Uni-
versity associate professor
of history, will give s lecture
on racial taboos surround-
ing German public discus-
sion and historical literature
after the Second World War.
WHO: Center for European
WHEN: Today at 4 p.m.
WHERE: School of Social
Work Building

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