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2 - Friday, March 15, 2013

LEFT Cartoonist Lynda Barryg
teaches student about drawing
at the Art & Design building
on Thursday, March 14. (RUBY
WALLAU/Daily)
RIGHT Construction workers
renovate the Barnes & Noblef
in Pierpont Commons on
Tuesday, March 12. (NATASHA
JANARDAN/Daily)

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CRIME NOTES

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES T~hTIG O

Clothes on the
run
WHERE: Central Campus
Recreation Building
WHEN: Wednesday, at
about 4:30 p.m.
WHAT: Clothing was
reported stolen from an
unlocked woman's locker,
University Police reported.
There are no suspects.
Dine and dash
WHERE: Pierpont Com-
mons UGo'n
WHEN: Wednesday at
about 2:15 p.m.
WHAT: UGo's staff
reported a student who
walked out of the store
without paying for his food.
The subject was found
later at the Walgreen,
questioned, and later

Graffiti walls
WHERE: Alumni
Memorial Mall
WHEN: Wednesday at
about 8:00 am.
WHAT: Graffiti
illustrations were found
plastered on the building's
exterior, University Police
reported. Incident occured
between Mar. 12 9:00 p.m.
and Mar. 13 7:00 a.m. There
are no suspects.
Flooded floor
WHERE: Student Activities
Building
WHEN: Wednesday at
about 8:50 p.m.
WHAT: There was flooding
in several rooms of che
lower level originating
from a clogged storm drain,
University Police reported.
Repairs and cleanup are
underway.

Symphony
band
WHAT: The band will
play a collection of pieces
aimed to highlight Mill
Auditorium's acoustics. The
program is free of charge to
both students and the pubic.
WHO: Univerisity of
Michigan Symphony Band
WHEN: Today at 8 p.m
WHERE: Hill Auditorium
Clooney the
humanitarian
WHAT: Prof. Fadlalla
will use George Clooney's
activist efforts in Sudan
to discuss African socio-
economics, human rights
and politics.
WHO: Program in Inter-
national and Comparative
Studies
WHEN: Today at 2 p.m.
WHERE: Kalamazoo
Room, Michigan League

Islam
symposium
WHAT: Leading scholars
are comning together
to discuss the social
controversies associated
with Muslims in Spain. The
event is free for the public.
WHO: Islamic Studies
Program
WHEN: Today starting at
tO a.m
WHERE: Palmer Commons
Yo-Yo Ma
WHAT: Along with
the infamous Silk Road
Ensemble, Yo-Yo Ma will
connect the music of Asia to
that of the Mediterranean,
creating cultural
collaboration. Tickets can
be purchased at
www.ums.org.
WHO: University Musical
Society
WHEN: Saturday at 8 p.m.
WHERE: Mill Auditorium

S AULOKNO TDAY
1CNN reported yesterday
morning that newly-
appointed Pope Prancis
refused to use the con-
ventional transportation pro-
vided to previous leaders -- a
luxury car with the license
place SMV -- and instead
opted to travel via a bus.
The mtvU Woodie
Awards are this
weekend, and the
show will celebrate student-
selected standouts in the
underground music world.
ASAP Rocky says swag will
be aplenty.
tn an event called the
~Trinity College Jail-
break, 70 Irish students
were given 36 hours to travel
as far as they could from
Dublin without spending
any money. The two winners
made it to Argentina.

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