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MSU receives donation

BABY TALK.

The U.S. Agency for
International Develop-
ment granted $24.5 million
to Michigan State Uni-
versity's Feed the Future
Innovation Lab, The State
News reported Monday.
This money will be used
to research how grain
legumes could be a sustain-
able food source.
Grain legumes are rich
in protein and other nutri-
ents and are cost-effective.
Grown commonly by poor
working families, the beans
provide economic benefits,
especially for women who
must provide food for their
families.

The 12 sub-projects of
the research project will
cover topics like climate-
resilience and nutrition.
The grant will fund the lab
through September 2017.
Dartmouth residences
under investigation
for carcinogen
Dartmouth College
investigators are currently
looking at the presence of
trichloroethylene, a car-
cinogen known as TCE, in
properties the college owns
off campus, The Dart-
mouth reported Tuesday.
The investigation stems

from a concern that TCR
may have traveled from
the nearby the U.S. Army
Cold Regions Research and
Rngineering Laboratory.
Last month, Dartmouth
College was informed TCE
vapor might have extended
beyond its border, and the
army lab discovered Thurs-
day that the basement of a
vacant house nearby levels
of TCE at or above a level
that would require further
investigation.
The nearby Richmond
Middle School is also show-
ing signs of TCE.
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Barbara Cross discusses abortion and safety issues in Lane Hall
Tuesday afternoon.

CRIME NOTES

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES
CAPS: down Lunch and

Lap dance
WHERE: School of
Education
WHEN: Monday at about
1:20 p.m.
WHAT: Alaptop was
reported stolen, Univer-
sity Police reported. The
laptop was left unattended
005a second-floor lab and
was likely taken sometime
between March 28 and 29.
Mo' money,
mo' problems
WHERE: University
Hospital
WHEN: Monday at
about 3:40 p.m.
WHAT: A subject reported
that $40 was taken from
her purse, University Police
reported. The purse was
left unattended from 7 a.m.
until 3 p.m.

Scoot your boot
WHERE: Thayer Carport
WHEN: Monday at
about 3:55 p.m.
WHAT: Two suspects were
found loitering in s car-
port stairwell, University
Police reported. The police
issued a verbal warning and
advised the subjects
to move along.
Wet 'n' wild
WHERE: Dennison Build-
ing
WHEN: Monday at about
10:25 am.
WHAT: Property left in a
basement room was possi-
bly damaged after the room
flooded, University Police
reported. The damage
occured after a water valve
in the ajoining hallway
was left open.

the stretch
WHAT: CAPS will be host-
ing a workshop event to help
students handle stress at
the end of the semester. No
appointment necessary.
WHO: Counseling and Psy-
choligcal Services
WHEN: Today at 5:00 p.m.
WHERE: CAPS Office,
third floor Michigan Union

romance
WHAT: The RLL will host
a lunch event for students
interested in studying the
romance languages.
WHO: Department of
Romance Language and
Literature
WHEN: Today at noon
WHERE: Modern Lan-
guages Building

THEETHNG Yt
SHUDKOU OA
1HBO's hit series "Game
of Thones" broke a record
for the most simulatneous
downloads during its season
premiere, CNN reportedOver
four million people download-
ed the season finale in 2012,
making the series the most
pirated show of the year.
2Daily photographers
risk getting tackled
and getting arrested to
capture their shots. Check
out the Statement's Photos
of the Year Issue to see their
best work.
>> FOB MORE. SEE INSIDE
3Tuesday, President
Obama announceda
new $100 million ini-
tiative for research into brain
imaging and other technolo-
gies, CBS News reported.
The research will target
treatments for Alzheimers,

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Celtic Architecture
performance lecture

WHAT: Celtic performance
group, the Tartan Terrors,
will perform a variety of
musical, comedy and dance
routines. The group has
international notariety and
has performed for Bill Clin-
ton and Queen Rlizabeth IL.
General admission is $15.
WHO: The Tartan Terrors
WHEN: Today at 8:00 p.m.
WHERE: The Ark

WHAT: John Comazzi,
associate professor of archi-
tecture at the tUniversity of
Minnesota, will deliver a
lecture on the intersection
of architecture and
photography.
WHO: A. Alfred Taubman
College of Architecture
WHEN: Today at 7:00 p.m.
WHERE: Helmut Stern
Auditorium, Museum of Art

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