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HAZING GONE WRONG
Florida A&M alums charged

FHOW TO BE GAY

Twelve former Florida A&M
students were charged with nec-
onod-degree manslaughter in the
murder of Robert Champion, The
Famuan reported March 6.
Ten of the Florida A&M alum-
ni were previously charged with
third-degree felony hazing for
the drum major's 2011ldeath, until
fhe Ninth Circuit State Attorney's
Office decided to increase the
charges earlier in the week.
W. Craig Lawson, an attorney
for one of the defendants, said the
increased charges might be the
result of two other defendants'
guilty pleas and the bargains they
struck with the State Attorney's
Office. The two defendants have
been charged but have not yet

been arrested.
"We were tryingto work some-
thing out on the hazing charge,"
Lawson said. "Now that my cli-
ent charges went from facing five
years to 15 years, I'm not happy
with the situation, but it's within
the state attorney's office to do
that."
University of Colorado takes
measuresato avoid campus 4/20
celebration
Despite Colorado's 2012 deci-
sion to legalize marijuana, the
University of Colorado, Boulder,
is taking measures to prevent
on-campus celebrations of the
counterculture holiday on April

20, the CU Independent reported
Monday.
Last year, potent fertilizer waa
spread on the campus's Norlin
Quad to prevent students from
celebrating the so-called pot
holiday, but this year the area will
instead be off limits. Students
will not be allowed access to the
Quad, and police officers will be
present to ensure "unauthorized
non-affiliates" are not on campus.
The University of Colorado
Student Government said in a
statement they agree with the
administration that 4/20 should
not be celebrated on campus
because it's disruptive and causes
safety concerns, but disagreed
with the tactics used last year.

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David Halperin, author of "Fow To Be Gay"discusses
his book with students Taesday in the Graduate Library.

CRIME NOTES
Dine and dash Ain't no graffiti
WHERE: 1500 East anymore

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

WHEN: Monday around
7:50 a.m.
WHAT: A subject was
seen stealing food from the
cafeteria, University Police
reported. The subject left
the area, hut was identified
by hospital securityhbefore
she left.

WHERE: Thayer Carport
WHEN: Monday around
1:25 p.m.
WHAT: Graffiti was found,
in the carport and promptly
painted over, University
Police reported. The exact
time of the incident is
unknown.

Story slam
WHAT: Students are invit-
ed to s Word of Mouth event
in whichparticipants share
five-minute personal stories
about their lives. The theme
of the ev'ent is "Before and
After" and there will also be
live music.
WHO: Ginsberg Center
WHEN: Today at 7:00 p.m.
WHERE: 21S South Fourth
Street

One direction, .Purse pilfered Itouto
no dirction WHERE: Cancer Center, to mediation
WHERE: Catherine Street 1400 Medical Drive

Nursing panel
WHAT: Students from
the School of Nursing will
form a panel to discuss
recent international
work experience. Those
interested in international
opportunities will be able to
gain information on
future projects.
WHO: School of Nursing
WHEN: Today at 6:00 p.m.
WHERE: School of Nursing,
CORRECTIONS
" Due to an editing error,
an article in the March
12 edition of the Daily
('University goesasouth by
sour/swear") misidentified
JJ Pionke and Hung Tru-
ong aa Rackham students.
* Please report any
error in the Daily to
corrections@michi-
gandaily.com.

THREE THINGS YOU
SHOULD KNOWTODAY
1Republican Rep. Paul
Ryan of Wisconsisn put
forward his 2014 budget
plan that would cut spend-
ing by $4.6 trillion by 2023
through "rolling back many
of (President) Obama's signa-
ture accomplishes," The New
York Times reported.
2Many students on cam-
pus don't associate
taking unprescribed
stimulants with ille-
gal activity or detrimental
health side effects. Both,
however, are very real.
FOR MORE, SEE INSIDE
3NASA scientists report-
ed that the Curios-
ity Mars rover had
analyzed samples and dis-
covered "traces of the chemi-
cals and compounds" that
could have supported life on
Mars roughly 3-billion years
ago. CBS News reported.

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WHEN: Monday around
1:20 p.m.
WHAT: In the process of a
traffic stop for driving on a
one-way street, the driver
was found to be driving
with a suspended liscense
and was arrested.

WHEN: Monday around
12:4S p.m.
WHAT: A neglected purse
was taken and later found
close by but was missing
"cash, debit card and
phone," University Police
reported. There are no
suspects.

WHAT: Jewel Meart
leads a session on guided
mediation techniques like
healing visualization. No
prior experience with
Buddhism or mediation is
required for the session.
WHO: University of Michi-
gan Museum of Art
WHEN: 5:30 p.m.
WHERE: 1129 Oak Valley
Drive

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