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CREATIVE CREATURES
Taxidermy a way of life for alum
At a young age, Takeshi "Immortal Love" pop-up gal- each episode, one "Immortal-
Yamada, who received a Mas- lery in New York City which izer" faces off against a "Chal-
ters degree from the University was held to help promote the lenger." Each is asked to create
in 1987, developed a passion for premiere of the network's new a piece to be judged on three
collecting natural specimens. He unscripted series' "Immortal- criteria: originality, craftsman-
pursued his interests through art ized" and "Freakshow." The ship and interpretation of a des-
degrees and became a rogue taxi- exhibit featured several of my ignated theme, which include
dermist, creatingstuffed animals pieces, including 10 space alien first love, the end of the world
based on types of animals that do skulls and five mummified and self-portrait.
not actually exist. He now oper- dragons as well as a number of
atesFreakBaby Museum and the beautiful mounts provided by How did you spend your
Museum of World Wonders. He's the other artistsand judges seen time atthe University?
featured on AMC's "Immortal- on "Immortalized." The pop-up
ized," a TV show about taxider- gallery was packed and every- At the School of Art and
mists. one had a great time. Design, I was busy - I took
many classes and taught three
What is your current art What's your role in days per week as a wage-
exhibition in Manhattan? "Immortalizers?" earning teaching assistant for
Professor John Rush's basic
My work was recently fea- In the series Iam featured as drawing class.
tured as part of the AMC one of four "Immortalizers." In - KAITLIN ZURDOSKY

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LSA freshman Ana Kutschat, along with members of
Circle K and NSCS, make teddy bears for South Korean
orphans at the Michigan Union Wednesday.

CRIME NOTES

Sick stealer
WHERE: University
Hospital
WHEN: Tuesday at about
11:55 a.m.
WHAT: A patient took food
from the cafeteria without
paying, University Police
reported. He was identified
and released pending
warrant authorization.

Parking probs
WHERE: 900 Beal Street
WHEN: Tuesday at about
3:15 p.m.
WHAT: A vehicle was hit at
the North Campus parking
lot by an unknown vehicle,
University Police reported.
There were no injuries or
damages to the vehicles.
There are no suspects yet.

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES
Music Orchestra
performance concert

Trouble on the Sneak a run

roads
WHERE: Catherine Street
WHEN: Tuesday at about
4:50 p.m.
WHAT: Two vehicles
collided in an accident,
University Police reported.
The accident caused no
injuries or damage to
the vehicles.

WHERE: Centeral Campus
Recreational Building
WHEN: Tuesday at about
5:40 p.m.
WHAT: A 20-year-old man
was arrested for unlawful
entry, University Police
reported. He was processed,
issued a trespass warning
and released awaiting
warrant authorization.

WHAT: University profes-
sors Carmen Pelton, Scott
Piper and Martin Katz will
performa concert of works
by Olivier Messiaen, one of
the major French composers
of the 20th Century.
WHO: UMMA
WHEN: Today at 7 p.m.
WHERE: UMMA
Translation
discussion
WHAT: Anna Zielinska-
Elliott, a lecturer of
Japanese literature
and language at Boston
University, will compare
and contrast translations of
the Japanese novel "1Q84".
WHO: Center for Japanese
Studies
WHEN: Today at 12 p.m.
WHERE: School of Social
Work Building

WHAT: The University
Symphony Orchestra
will perform pieces by
Beethoven and Stravinsky
and a Schumann cello
concerto.
WHO: School of Music,
Theatre & Dance
WHEN: Today at 8 p.m.
WHERE: Hill Auditorium
CORRECTIONS
* An article (" 'U'study
abroad,"2/26/2013)
stated that all students,
regardless of residency
status, studying abroad
through CGIS programs
that require tuition pay
in-state tuition costs.
For these programs,
students who are non-
Michigan residents do
pay out-of-state tuition.

TIRF TE-IINGS YOU
OULK NOW TODAY
1 The Nobel Prize medal of
Francis Crick, co-discov-
erer of the DNA's double
helix structure, will be put up
for auction in April by Crick's
granddaughter, NPR report-
ed. The medal and diploma
are valued at $500,000.
Get a taste of Ann
Arbor's comedy scene
with a special look at
the rising stars of the
A2 Comedy Showcase and the
University's very own LOL
ROFL Comedy Club.
* FOR MORE, SEE INSIDE
Beyonce will be,
performing at a local
carnival in the United
Kingdom after organizers
of the carnival ambitiously
approached her, the
Telegraph reported. Beyonce
is charging an appearance
fee of 50,000 pounds.

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ROSS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
I< &ELL LURIE INSTITUTE
for Entrepreneurial Studies
Congratulations to the Winter 2013 University of Michigan
Student Startup Grant Recipients
$22,000 in grants were awarded for winter term.
The Zell Lurie Institute's Applebaum Dare to Dream and Mayleben Family Venture Shaping Grant Programs
fund students looking to test their business idea, formulate a plan, and work toward launching their
business while earning their degree. Grants are awarded in the fall and winter terms.

Kymeira Advanced Materials - $5,000 - Vincent Alessi
(Non-Degree '17), Cameron Smith (MBA/MS '13)
Mariposa Diagnostics - $2,500 - Jake Armstrong (MBA '14)

A2Cribs - Evan Dancer (CS '13), Tim Jones (CS '13),
Jason Okrasinski (BBA '13), Anthony Sardone (BBA ' 14),
Michael Schmatz (CS '16)
Focus - Cavan Canavan (MBA '12), Grant Hughes (MBA '13)
Reveneyes - David Vanker (MBA '13)
RippleSense - Suyang Dong (PhD '12), Yang Liu (PhD '10),
Lei Wang (MBA '14)

Colloidoscope - Mitchell Adler, Justin Moyer and
Sumant Pilgaonkar (MsEs '13), Aayush Shah (PhD '13)
DiscoverREAD - Alexander Donics, Daniel Han,
Patrick Huang, Michael King (MBAs '13)
E-magine - Julie Emra (BA '15), Nick Fredricks (MSE '14),
Josie Keenan (BA '13), Rama Mwenesi (BSE '13),
Raghav Ramkumar (ME '14)
Emblu - Cara Bastoni (MS '13), Joe Colett (MSE/MS '13),
Tim Dobson (MS '13), Sundeep Ramachandran (MSE/MS '13),
Tirumalai Tejas (MSE/MS '13)
Gramofon - Ben Chutz (BA '06), Andrew Kaplan (MBA '13),
Aland Mond (MS '12), Maurice Williams (CS '06),
Guppie - Linda Chen (Macc '13), Megan Chen (BA '15)
Human Data - Courtland Keteyian and Jinyong Kim
(Innovation Fellows '13)
Lab Compass - Rahul lyengar (Eng '14), Nikhil Kumar
(Eng '14), Alex VanDerKolk (BBA '14), Max Wolff (Eng '14),
George Zakhem (Pre-Med '14),
Lune - Karim Beydoun (PTMBA '13)
o Vestido - Lucas Caiche Guedes, Breno Megale,
Gustavo Modenesi and Marcio Reis (MBAs '13)
Re Re Housing (Erb Institute Sponsored) - Ursula Jessee
(MBA/MS '15), Alex Papo (MBA/MS '15)
Transformase - Mark Shubitz (MBA '14)
Yumba - Lemu Coker (MBA '13)

*

Accession Capital - Joshua Knight (PhD '13)
AngelnPact - Shane Kelly (MBA '13)
Bander - David Wise (MBA '14), DJ Jagannathan (Eng '16)
BlueGoGreen - Darren Hou (Eng '16), Yanshuo Yang (LSA
'16)

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