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Marching in A2: King's legacy lives on

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advocated lor an expansion of equal opportunity admission to universities around the state of Michigan. (Teresa Mathew and Natasha Janardan/Daily)
BOTTOM RIGHT: Polk singer lush White, Jr, performs at the Circle of Unity Event on the Diag Monday. (Nicholas Williams/Daily)
BOTTOM: Students gather at the Circle of Unity Event on the Diag Monday. (Nicholas Wiliams/Daily)

CRIME NOTES
Arm robbery Taken

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

WHERE: 100 Block North
University
WHEN: Sunday at ahout
9:55 p.m.
WHAT: A 40 to 50 year old
black male grabbed a female
students arm and asked for
money, University Police
Reported. She quickly
walked away, and no
suspect has been found.h

technology
WHERE: CouzdnsI
WHEN: Sunday tta
3:30 p.m.
WHAT: An unatten
iPod andtablet wers
from an employee t
University Police rei
Currently, there are
pects.

The Qur'an
WHAT: Carl Ernst will
Hlall lead a discussion on how to
about read the Qur'an in a non-
theological way. Topics will
.ded include reading the text
estolen in its original order and
lunge, relating it to other religious
ported. texts.
no sus-I WHO: Center for Middle
Eastern and North African
Studies
WEN: Today at 4 p.m.
WHERE: 202 5. Thayer,
E om2022

Career expo
WHAT: Michigan alumni
will host stations with vari-
ous organizations in order
to give students a chance
to network and seek advice
on how to commit to the
job search after graduation..
Students must RSVP in
advance.
WHO: The Career Center
WHEN: Today from :30
p.m. to 8 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan Union,
Ballroom

1After a Ticketmaster
mix-up, -many were
left without tickets to
inauguration, CNN
reported. Some members of
Congress helped their con-
stituents get tickets.
2 AChicago couple has
tiled their bedroom
floor with pennies,
NBC News 'reported.
They said they were looking
for a "green" option for decor.

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