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Monday, October 28, 2013

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DANCE FOR A CAUSE

Faculty
accepted
to national
institute

ADAM GLANZMAN/Daily
Memebers of Dance Marathon at the University of Michigan hoot an event Sunday afternoon by the Cobe where student teams are introduced to families
that will benefit from the group's fundraising. The festivities included pumpkin carving, donut eating contests and a karaoke party.
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Dean, professors
will influence policy
via Institute
of Medicine
By STEPHANIE SHENOUDA
Daily StaffReporter
Last week, three University
faculty members were inducted
into the Institute of Medicine,
a health branch of the National
Academy of Sciences that aids
lawmakers and businesses with
health policy by collaborating
with the best of the best in the
medical and research fields.
Oncology Prof. Eric Fearon,
chief of molecular medicine and
genetics; Public Health Prof.
Arline Geronimus and Medical
School Dean Dr. James Woollis-
croft were officially elected to the
IOM, the University of Michigan
Health System announced Mon-
day.
As inductees, they will work on
and presint research with more

than 2,000 members who volun-
teer their time and knowledge
annually for issues that impact
the public. With the addition
of the three faculty members,
UMHS now has 53 faculty who
are past and present members of
the IOM.
Woolliscroft called the recog-
nition an honor, noting that the
induction was a tribute to his
mentors as well.
"Success is built on what peo-
ple are willing to invest in you
over the course of your career," he
said. "Now I see this as an oppor-
tunity to invest myself in others
as people have done for me."
He added that he sees this as
a responsibility of his profession,
and that he enjoys teaching peo-
ple through both academia and
medicine.
"That's simply how I look at
what-we do in academic medi-
cine," he said. "You take care of
the patient in front ofyou through
your clinical work, and you take
care of the patients of the future
through education and research."
See FACULTY, Page 5A

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dents bring back the trend by reviving the Black
Undergraduate Law Association.'
-k Undergraduate LSA senior Erika Ross, BULA's
president, hopes to the revital-
aw Association ized organization will encourage
more Black students to pur-
By EMMA KERR sue careers in law and related
For The Daily fields. BULA had been dormant
on campus since 2010, but Ross
er the recent decline in hopes its return will facilitate
umber of Black students future minority growth in the
University's Law School, pre-law field.
nts are working to counter Ross added that people seem

to be generally unaware of the
obstacles Black students face
in applying to law schools, and,
simultaneously, many Black stu-
dents are unfamiliar with the
resources available to them. She
said BULA willbringthat aware-
ness to campus, both for those
directly affected and for the rest
of the campus community.
In addition to other resources
and activities, BULA will pro-
vide members with LSAT prep

and host panel discussions with
relevant speakers.
Ross said the group plans to
reach out to the community in a
broad sense, by welcoming stu-
dents of all backgrounds. She
noted that this year's founders
are actively seeking new mem-
bership, something previous
attempts at bringing BULA back
to campus seemed to lack.
LSA senior Brianna Wilson
See LAW, Page 5A

ANN ARBOR
Finance reports
show expensive
race in Ward 2

Data shows a total
of $53K raised in all
city council races
By WILL GREENBERG
Daily StaffReporter
Candidates' campaign finance
data is in for the most recent
reporting period for the Ann
Arbor City Council elections
with combined funds for all the
candidates reaching upward of
$53,000.
Topping the list was Jane
Lumm (Ward 2-I) with $20,875-
which exceeds the $18,950 pre-
election total Lumm generated in
the 2011 election - raised for this
last filing period, which ended on
Oct. 20. Lumm's funds are about
double that of Kirk Westphal,
Lumm's Democratic challenger
in Ward 2.
Money raised for Ann Arbor
City Council elections through
October 20, 2013.
LSA senior Conrad Brown, a
third Ward 2 candidate, filed a
reporting waiver, which means

he expects to collect less than
$1,000. Brown is an indepen-
dent candidate, running with the
Mixed Use Party.
Sabra Briere (D-Ward 1) will
face-off against new candidate
Jeff Hayner, an independent, for
the Ward 1 seat. Briere collected
$11,800 while Hayner collected
about $2,700.
Hayner said the difference
in funds is likely a disadvantage
for him, but he's still been able
to reach voters and create inter-
est in his campaign. Hayner said
Briere has been able to utilize her
additional resources for mailings,
while he has had to do more work
door-to-door soliciting, which
makes it harder to inform a large
amount of people.
"Instead of using $1,800-
worth of postage, I'm taking a day
and having all the neighbors give
their neighbors a note by hand,"
Hayner said. "I'm running a zero-
balance campaign; I'm not going
to have any debt when I'm done."
He also noted that informing
reaching voters is hard enough
even with mailings, noting the
See FINANCE, Page 5A

RYAN RE&/Daily
Music, Theater & Dance junior Alexis Turner models during the SHEl Magazine fashion show Friday.
SHEI hosts fashion show

HOSPITAL
Professor
hired as
innovation
chief for
UMHS
New role comes
as Medical School
annonuces record
year of inventions
By HILLARY CRAWFORD
Daily StaffReporter
Following the campus-wide
trend of focusing on entrepre-
neurship, the Medical School
named Emergency Medicine
Prof. Kevin Ward executive
director for medical innovation
on Wednesday, will work with
the school's faculty to spur entre-
preneurial activity.
In the past fiscal year, Medical
School researchers successfully
pitched 133 inventions and were
allotted 41 patents. These figures
represent a third of the Univer-
sity's total invention and patent
statistics.
According to a report released
Wednesday by the University's
See UMHS, Page SA

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Student org and Pitaya. ASOS, a British
fashion retailer with a popular
tners with State online shopping site, also spon-
sored the event.
eet merchants From the planning to' the
modeling, the event was entire-
By JULIA LISS ly student-run. About 150-peo-
For The Daily ple filled the dimly lit theater to
watch the show, which includ-
EI Magazine, a student- ed an techno DJ and a runway.
mpus fashion periodical, LSA senior Shea Corrigan,
the third-annual State the Editor in Chief of SHEI,
Fashion Show at the said the planning committee
gan Theater Friday. was comprised of about eight
sented in partnership students, led by Art & Design
the 'State Street Area senior Tara Ellis and LSA
ation, the show featured junior Alexis Miedema - the
test fall outfits from a fashion editors of the magazine
y of local clothing stores, - and began preparing for the
ing the MDen, Bivouac show in September.

The fashion show began
three years ago.when the State
Street Association contacted
SHEI to help create a "flagship"
event that would foster a closer
relationship between the cam-
pus community and the retail-
ers, as well as create exposure
for their products, Corrigan
said.
"I was pleased with the out-
come, I think the show was
really strong and from what
I could tell back backstage it
was a good turnout," Corrigan
said.
Art & Design junior Grace
Treado, one of the models in
the show, said the event felt
See SHEI, Page 5A

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