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Who, What, Where: The weekin review
By Tanaz Ahmed, Weekend Roundup Contributor

it's been a long and
eventful week. It's dif-
ficult to keep track of
and remember everything
that's happened, so The
Daily rounded up some of
the most significant events
that have happened around
campus and the world this
week.
Around Campus
Wolverines drop to No. 2
seed after losing to Spar-
tans
Last weekend, the Wol-
verines lost the No. 1 seed
in the Midwest region af-
ter Spartans won 69-55
in the Big Ten Champi-
onship. A Wolverine win
would have been Michi-
gan's first postseason con-
ference title since 1998.
CEO of University Health
Systems to step down
Ora Pescovitz, the CEO
of University of Michigan
Health System, will step
down June 1 as her five-
year term comes to a close.
She is the first female CEO
of UMHS. During her term,
the Health System built the

Von Voigtlander Women's Putin signed a treaty annex-
Hospital. Michael Johns, a ing Crimea. In response,
professor of otolaryngology the European Union, the
and health policy at Emory United States and oth-
University, will be the in- er western nations im-
terim executive vice presi- posed sanctions on Russia.
dent for medical affairs.
Fashion designer L'Wren
CSG indefinitely post- Scott dies
pones divestment vote
Fashion designer and
Hundreds of students at- stylist L'Wren Scott was
tended the Central Student found dead in her apart-
Government meeting to see ment in New York City
how CSG would vote on the March 17. The cause of
divestment resolution. The death appeared to be sui-
resolution asked for the Uni- cide but this has not been
versity to cease investing confirmed yet. She was
in companies that they feel also the longtime girlfriend
are aiding in human rights of musician Mick Jagger.
violations in Palestine. CSG
voted to postpone the deci- A Malaysian Airlines
sion indefinitely. This led to flight goes missing
many students congregating
outside of the Union to voice A Malaysian Airlines
theiropinionsonthedecision. flight traveling from
Kuala Lumpur, Malay-
Around the World sia to Beijing, China was
reported as missing on
Crimea votes tojoin March 15. As of March 19,
Russia the search for the flight
is still ongoing. There
March 17, Crimean lead- have been various theo-
ers announced that the re- ries and conjectures as
gion voted in favor of leav- to what happened to the
ing Ukraine and becoming flight but there are still
a part of Russia. March 18, very little facts available
Russian president Vladimir regarding the situation.

FILE PHOTO/Daily
Ora Pescovitz, CEO of the University of Michigan Health System and ex-
ecutive vice president for medical affairs, announced she will step down
after her five-year term ends on June 1.

CAMPUS
EVENTS
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Michigan Men's Bas-
ketball vs. Wofford
6:10 p.m.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Women's Lacrosse vs.
Winthrop
7 p.m.
Michigan Stadium
Martha Cook
International Tea
3 p.m.
Martha Cook Residence
Women's Tennis vs.
OSU
3 p.m.
Varsity Tennis Center
Women's Basketball vs.
Stony Brook
7 p.m.
Crisler Center
Men's Lacross Saint vs.
Josephs
3 p.m.
Michigan Stadium
Men's Gymnastics vs.
UIC
7:00 p.m.
Crisler Center
Men's Tennis vs. Penn
State
12 p.m.
Varsity Tennis Center
Mister Michigan
Pageant
2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Michigan Union

ADAM GLANZMAN/Daily
Michigan coach John Beilein and redshirt junior forward Jon Horford at
a men's basketball media day.

Missing from
the weekend
in A nn A rbor

HEY YOU!
Do you love the weekend?
And Beyonce? And watching home improvement
shows in your time off? Us too!
You should consider joining, it seems like we
have a lot in common.
WWW.MICHIGANDAILY.COM/JOIN-US

ByAMRUTHA SIVAKUMAR
Daily Weekend Contributor
Between a cappella con-
certs, theatrical plays and
sporting events, it might seem
like the University has it all.
But for those of you dreaming
of your weekend plans in the
middle of your Friday after-
noon class, you may find a few
things lacking.
Bringing out the hipster
Fairs and festivals have
their place on campus outside
of Welcome Week and fresh-
man affairs - in fact, Ann
Arbor is filled with them dur-
ing the summers and springs,
and the University organizes
its fair share of outdoor events
during the warmer seasons.
But, free community events
don't have to end as soon as the
sub-zero temperatures set in.
While sunny, green days
are a rarity during most of the
semester, indoor spaces can
do just as well. Street vendors
such as Curry Up and Beet
Box can easily set up in indoor
spaces - if the Unions allowed
it, that is - and entrepreneurs
could showcase their prod-
ucts, probably more easily,
inside. Student organizations
can put on mini-shows, giving

their members a free opportu-
nity to show their skills, and
any student looking to escape
the books for a bit can have the
perfect place to let out some
steam without being left out in
the cold.
Where my bands at?
If I were to judge a cam-
pus by its music ... well, the
University sure wouldn't top
that list. Music is social, and it
draws communities together
toward a singular purpose -
much like sports do. We come
together as an entire college
for football and basketball
games, but checking out local
music is hardly ever the go-to
weekend activity.
Don't get me wrong, there's
always music in Ann Arbor and
if you look hard enough, it's
not impossible to find a band at
a fraternity or a student orga-
nization benefit concert. With
intimate venues like The Ark
and the Blind Pig, great bands
do pop up every now and then.
But music on campus doesn't
permeate. There isn't a way
for me to find all the places on
campus where I can survey all
the free, local and live music
options playing that night and
choose the one I go to based on
what I'm feeling.

Hit the books
As much as we can com-
plain about the lack of more
social activities on campus
during the weekend, the truth
is that for most of us, week-
ends are prime studying time.
on weekends, scavenging
for an empty table becomes
the impossible task at the
undergraduate and graduate
libraries, and stress levels run
high. There's an SLC for the
broad sciences, and a Mathlab
for pure mathematics, but
what about the outliers? For
every subject - whether it be
something as commonplace
as communications or some-
thing as niche as Asian art
- there should be a set place
that I can go to every week to
find peer or GSI tutors willing
to ease me into understanding
elaborated concepts, as well
as other students wanting to
study in cohesive, tight-knit
groups.
Think of the number
of empty lecture halls,
classrooms and spaces on
weekends - all of this is
underutilized study space on
campus. Think of how accom-
plishable academics would be
if the resources were readily
available.

Budget Snacking: Oreo chocolate popcorn

Aw
ADAM GLANZMAN/Daily

- 20 Oreo cookies (about two
rows from the package)
Total cost: About $10 (serves
around 10 but can be adjust-
ed based on popcorn serving
size)
Directions:
- Follow the box instructions
to pop the popcorn
- Smash Oreos into frag-
ments
- Melt the chocolate in the
microwave
- Pour the melted chocolate
over the popcorn and mix in
the Oreo pieces
Total time: About 10 to 15
minutes
That's it! If you want to
get really crazy, try using
some of the different Oreo
flavor options, or stir in your
own favorite cookie.

Just try to resist this delicacy.
By EMILIE PLESSET
Weekend Roundup Contributor
The perfect batch of pop-
corn doesn't always have to
be saturated with butter. In-
stead, top your popcorn with
the cookie that's been gracing
the shelves of American gro-
ceries stores for more than

100 years. This Oreo Popcorn
creation is simple to make
and very addicting. You've
been warned.
Ingredients:
- Two bags of your favorite
brand of popcorn
- Two cups of white choco-
late chips

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