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MSU sees increase in crime

Last weekend's St. Patrick's
Day festivities at Michigan State
University resulted in a drastic
increase in crime from the previ-
ous year, The State News report-
ed Tuesday.
Thin year's holiday resulted in
a greater number of police calls,
citations and arrests. After last
year's festivities resulted in a
traffic post heing pulled down,
MSU police said they increased
their patrol presence in East Lan-
sing for the holiday weekend.
Some students were surprised
by the number of arrests because
the cold weather kept more peo-
ple indoors this year. Others felt
the increase in police action was
the result not of increased crime,

but rather of greater police pres- costs to students.

University of California,
Berkeley Academic Senate con-
demns online college courses
Members of the Academic
Senate at the University of Cali-
fornia, Berkeley have expressed
their opposition to a new bill that
would make many college cours-
es available online to students at
California universities, The Daily
Californian reported Monday.
The bill, SB S20, proposes
making S0 large, lower-division
courses available free through
private online entities, alleviat-
ing over-crowding and reducing

Texas Christian University
hires academic auditor
To avoid the possible mis-
representation of admissions
statistics, Texas Christian Uni-
versity has hired an internal audi-
tor to review the records, tcu3fiO
reported March 13.
Several universities across the
country have already been found
to inflate statistics to make their
schools more appealing to appli-
cants. By hiring an auditor, TCU
said it hopes to validate its admis-
sions statistics for potential appli-
cants.
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CRIME NOTES

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

IV irritation Pickin' pockets Prison art

WHERE: University
Hospital
WHEN: Tuesday at about
1:55 a.m.
WHAT: Apatient attempted
to leave the hospital with an
IV bag attached to her arm,
University police reported.
The patient became violent
when a nurse tried to return
her to the hospital.

WHERE: Central Campus
Recreation Building
WHEN: Monday at about
3:50 p.m.
WHAT: An unattended
Phone and wallet were
stolen from the basketball
gym between 2:30 p.m.
and 3:4S p.m., University
Police reported. There are
currently no suspects.

WHAT: Hanan Davis, Ken-
cocky's fifth comissioner of
juvenile justice, will present
the 18th annual prison arts
exhibition. The event will
showcase Davis's experienc-
es working with juveniles in
the arts.
WHO: The Prison Creative
Arts Project
WHEN: Today at 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan League

Ford lecture
WHAT: The Ford School
will host Helene Gayle for
the next Citigroup Founda-
tion Lecture. Gayle will
discuss international human-
tarianism, microfinance and
global health initiatives
WHO: Helene Gayle, presi-
dent and CEO of CARE USA
WHEN: Today at 4:00 p.m.
WHERE: Weill Mall,
Anneberg Auditorium

Drop the top Soda POP!
WHERE: S00 Thompson St WHERE: West Quad
WHEN: Monday at about Residence Mall
9:4S a.m. WHEN: Monday around
WHAT: A convertible 2:30 p.m.
parked in a carport was WHAT: Students were
vandalized, University evacuated from Went Quad
Police reported. The car's after sparks and smoke were
roof was reportedly slanhed seen coming from a soda
sometime between 9 a.m. machine, University Police
and 4:4S p.m. on Friday. reported. The machine was
Police have identified a the only property damaged
nossible verson of interest. in the incident.

1The United Staten has
begun training operations
this month in South Korea
to assert a military presence
in the region, CNN reported.
The operations include
bomber flights over South
Korea, combat training and
joint naval exercises off the
2While lecturers and
tenured faculty all
teach in the classroom,
the differences in their duties
lead to what many consider
unequivocal treatment
>> FOR MORE. SEE INSIDE, PAGE 4
3Senate majority leader
Harry Reid (D-Nev.)
has decided to leave an
assault weapons ban out of
the recently proposed gun vio-
lence bill, CBS reported. The
ban received insufficient sup-
port and will likely be added
as an amendment.

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Presentation Medical

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WHAT: Journalist and
author Laura Pappano will
give a presentation on bar-
riers to the advancement
of women's sports and
how we can recognize and
overcome those barriers.
WHO: Institute for
Research on Women
and Gender
WHEN: Today at 11:30 .m.
WHERE: Einesiology
Building, Room 1100

school prep
WHAT: A session to
prepare potential medical
school applicants for a new
interview format that is
becoming increasingly used
by medical schools in their
application process.
WHO: The Career Center
WHEN: Today at 1 p.m.
WHERE: Student Activities
Building, The Career Center

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