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Prof. curated notable hall of fame

Bruce Conforth is a lecturer
in the Department of American
Culture and received his doctor-
ate in 1990 from Indiana Univer-
sity. Conforth was the founding
curator of the Rock 'N' Roll Hall
of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio, and
is a director of the Blues Heritage
Foundation. He won the Golden
Apple Award as the Most Out-
standing Professor of2012.
Areyou happy about how the
Rock 'N' Roll Hall of Fame
has grown and changed
under later curators?
I have (gone back). It was an
exciting and interesting job at the
time. But I've moved on to a lot

of other things in my life, so that
particular element does not hold
a lot of interest for me anymore.
I'm much more interested in liv-
ing today than I am in living in
the past.
Could you speak of your recent
studies ofRobertJohnson?
I have a book that's going tobe
coming out: "The Definitive Biog-
raphy of Robert Johnson." And
I've more or less been interested
in Robert Johnson for the last 50
years. I think he's probably the
first modern blues artist. And it's
interesting how much mythology
American culture has surround-
ed him with.

Artistically, how doesbeing
a youth in 1960s New York
compare to living in
Ann Arbor now?
We're talking about a 50-year
difference. The times have
changed. As a result, obviously,
I've changed. Ann Arbor is a
remarkably exciting and vibrant
place and I love it here. And I don't
think it would be fair to compare
New York City in the '60s with
Ann Arbor in 2010. Each place
has its own unique characteris-
tic and history and culture. It's
kind of like comparing apples and
oranges.
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Phyllis Meadows, associate dean for practice at the
School of Public Health, speaks about community
health as part of the University's 28th annual MLK
symposium.

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CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES
Archaeology Masterclass
of Jerusalem jazz show

WHERE: 1500 East
Medical Center
WHEN: Sunday, Jan. 19,
9:32 p.m.
WHAT: A visitor sleeping
in the Medical Center
parking deck was arrested
for trespassing, University
Police reported.

WHERE: 1137 Ann
WHEN: Sunday, Jan. 19 at
1:28 a.m.
WHAT: An intoxicated
driver was stopped during
a traffic stop, University
Police reported. The driver
was arrested and taken to
jail.

WHAT: A presentation
will examine how goals
and motives intersect and
compete in a city central to
three major world religions.
WHO: J.P. Dessel, Louis
and Helen Padnos
WHEN: Today at 4 p.m.
WHERE: 202S. Thayer

WHAT: Han Bennink on
percussion and Mary Olson
on viola will perform their
hard swinging 1960s stlye
of music.
WHO: The School of Music,
Theatre & Dance
WHEN: Today at 5:30 p.m.
WHERE: Moore Building,
Rehearsal Hall

Drugs in the Cell phone
Law Quad thievery

Controversial Lecture and
Coyote Part II recital

Passengers on a flight that
landed in Phoenix Satur-
day wac advised to get
tuberculosis shots, ABC15
reported. An airline spokes-
man said a passenger had a
"medical issue." The passen-
ger's status was changed to
no-fly after departure.
2 ichigan wrestling
defeated No. 2 Min-
nesota on Sunday.
Fleshmian Adam Coon suc-
cessfully defended his status
as the tsp heavyweight in
the nationo.
FOR MORE, SEE SPORTS, PAGEB
NBC Nesws reported
that three people were
injured when a lielicop-
ter was forced to make
an emergency laniding in Ant-
arctica yesterday. They are
currently being treated by
the crew of a second helicop-
ter that was flying in tande.n

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WHERE: Law Quad
WHEN: Monday around
2 a.m.
WHAT: A person was
arrested for possession
of suspected cocaine and
marijuana, University
Police reported. He was
processed and released.

WHERE: Shapiro
Undergraduate Library
WHEN: Sunday at 8:05 p.m.
WHAT: A cell phone was
reportedly stolen from the
library, University Police
reported. The owner of the
phone later called back and
said he had found it.

WHAT: Wildlife biologist
Bill Dodge and Holly Hadac
give an update on radio-
collar tracking studies
of coyote activities in
Southeast Michigan.
WHO: Matthaei Botanical
Gardens
WHEN: Today at 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Matthaei
Botanical Gardens

WHAT: Jonathan Caldwell
will lead a dissertation
lecture followed by a
per formance.
WHO: School of Music,
Theatre & Dance
WHEN: Today at8 p.m.
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Fashion show promotes arts
and innovation on campus

EnspiRED event
makes its eighth
apperance on campus
By BRIE WINNEGA
Daily Staff Reporter
Student models donning under-
grad-produced designs stomped
down the runway Saturday night.
EnspiRED, a student organiza-
tion that aims to promote artis-

tic expression at the University,
hosted the fashion show. Taking
place in the Biomedical Science
Research Building, it also featured
pieces from artists nationwide.
The event is traditional-
ly EnspiRED's biggest of the
year, LSA senior Tyrell Collier,
EnspiRED production manager
and president, said.
"We wanted to show that you
can be innovative, you can be cre-
ative, and you can do things that
are outside of the norm," Col-

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Her said. "I feel like when people
leave this show this will be some-
thing they've never seen before
on campus."
In its eighth year on campus,
EnspiRED donated 15 percent of
the show's proceeds to Art Road
Nonprofit, an organization dedi-
cated to funding art classes in
southeast Michigan schools that
have lost support for their pro-
grams. EnspiRED is also plan-
ning a trip to Detroit to assist the
nonprofit through volunteer work.
The majority of the generated
money will fund this year's and
next year's show.
The show featured five waves
of clothing designs: Liberation,
Creation, Innovation, Domination
and Live Red Nation.
"To 'live red' means to be
happy, be creative and just be you
and do what makes you happy,"
LSA senior Danetta Jameson, an
EnspiRED model, said.
Collier said he hopes to demon-
strate the positive influence Afri-
can American students have on
campus through organizations like
EnspiRED and its fashion show.
"We are a majority Black orga-
nization, meaning that aur execu
tive board is a majrity African
Americans," Collicr said. "'this is
being Black at Michigan to me."
For the first time, Music, The-
atre and Dance sophomore Stephon
Dorsey had the opportunitytoshow-
case his own clothing designs from
his line called Vision by Goodsteph.
"I wanted to showcase some-
thing that exemplified the whole
idea of using what you have to get
what you want," said Dorsey. "At
first, it was definitely a little hec-
tic, and I was a little anxious and
worried, but once I was able to see
everybody on the screen - that
was the most glorifying moment
of my life."
LSA junior Taylor Clayborne said
she enjoyed the outfits, models and
venue that the show had to offer.
"I think that it's awesome that
they're using local and student
clothing lines," Clayborne said.
"I'm really impressed that this
was all student-run."

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tre and Dance freshman Aliyah Smith models in EnpisED's annual charity fash
nner walks in the show. RIUHTL LSA freshiman Ariel Rogan poses on the runway.
7 show, which was sold out this year.

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