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Greek system hosts informal rush

70years ago this week
Due to a drop in membership
caused by conditions during the
Second World War, the Pan-Hel-
lenic Board announced that sev-
eral houses including Alpha Delta
Pi, Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha Xi
Delta and Zeta Tau Alpha were
approved to hold an informal
rush process.
Excluding first-semester fresh-
men, transfer students and eligible
women were allowed to attend the
three-day event held in the Under-
graduate Office of the Michigan
The Pan-Hellenic Rushing
Regulations were strictly upheld
duringthe informal rush process.

40years ago this week
(Nov.15, 1974)
University enrollment of
Black students declined from
7.3 percent to 7 percent over
the course of an academic year.
These numbers fell short of the
10-percent mark set in place by
regents in 1970 following the
Black Action Movement (BAM)
Opportunity Program Direc-
tor George Goodman said the
University could be "reasonably
expected" to meet this quota by
the 1975-76 academic year. The
regents promised to the meet
this 10 percent mark by the fall
of 1973.

20 years agothis week
The Wolverines came out
victorious in their game against
the Minnesota Gophers, earning
the Little Brown Jug for the
eighth consecutive season with a
score of 38-22.
The team was down 15-7 at the
end of the first half, but came back
in the second half behind three
touchdown passes by quarter-
back Todd Collins. Collins set the
Michigan single-game passing
record with 352 yards in the air.
With his second score of the
game, Wheatley set a new Michi-
gan career scoring record of 318

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Runners depart on a 5K route at a fundraiser race
sponsered by Habitatfor Humanity Sunday in the Arb.

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From the vault
Daily Arts reporter
Vanessa Wong explores
Krzyszt Kieslowski's "Three
Colors" movie trilogy,
looking atthe way storylines
and themes from each come
together throughout the
series of films.
O Ir
"Girls" review
Daily Arts discusses
observations from the
trailer for season four of
Lena Dunham's critically
acclaimed comedy series
"Girls" on HBO. The trailer
explores ongoing conflicts
between the six main

Women's diving
The team won against
Penn State this weekend.
Senior diver Carey Chen
finished first place twice in
a row on the three-meter
springboard and one-meter
board. Junior diver Sarah.
Kamstra placed second on
one-meter board.
The 1975
Daily Arts covers the
performance of the 1975 at
the Filmore in Detroit earlier
this week. As Assaf writes,
"the four band members
... were jamming through
their nightly routine and
loving it," in this nostalgic

Online lecture Film screening TAecsl
Two Americans held for
WHAT: University social WHAT: Oscar-winning two years in captivity in
media director Nikki filmmaker Malcolm North Korea arrived back
Sunstrum will discuss Clarke will screen two on American soil Saturday,
the coming of age process of his award-winning CBS reported. Their release
through the lens of online documentaries, Prisoner of was brokered through a visit
engagement and answer Paradise and The Lady. A by James Clapper, Jr., U.S.
audience questions. discussion will follow. d.r.o.e
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African studies Free concert

WHAT: African Studies
scholars and digital
humanities researchers
will discuss the role of
new technology in the
study of African history.
Registration is required.
WHO: African Studies
WHEN: Today from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m.
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ended Sunday with a
1-0 loss in the Big Ten quar-
terfinals. The Wolverines fell
at Ohio State and will miss
the NCAA Tournament.
Citizens of Catalonia,
an autonomous com-
munity under Spanish
nationality, went to the polls
to vote on independence
Sunday, BBC News reported.
Spain has declared the vote,
which is non-binding, uncon-

unable to adequately process way. She said the best way is to
CSG incident reports between 2012 create awelcoming, safe environ-
From Page 1A and 2013. This year, students ment to everyone on campus and
have continued the discussion invite all voices rather than sys-
through the "Carry the Weight" tematically find students of dif-
assault prevention into the stu- campaign and CSG's participa- ferent identities and recruit them
dent honor code and requiring tion in the national "It's On Us" simply because they fit a certain
Greek Life-affiliated parties to campaign. demographic.
display signs specifying the defi- Crisler said I Will, which is "You don't want to have peo-
nitions of consent -was on the now in its fourth semester at the ple in the room voicing opinion
list of demands anonymously University, has started working because they are transgender, or
posted on the Diag in October. with the Athletic Department to because they are gay, or because
CSG Vice President Emily provide basic sexual assault pre- they are Asian, or Latina, or Afri-
Lustig, an LSA senior, said it's vention training classes. She-said can American," she said. "You
possible the ideas presented Sun- they have not done work with the want those voices, but you don't
day could be presented as leg- Interfraternity Council yet, but want them there just because
islation at CSG meetings in the she agreed with the idea of creat- they identify as that."
coming weeks. Moving forward, ing informative signs at parties. Rider-Milkovich said she was
Crisler and Dishell said they hope Crisler was aware of the demands pleased with the event and sup-
students will return to these on the Diag but said I Will is not ports the emphasis on trying
work sessions, with an open invi- specifically working toward to educate students as part of
tation for more students to get achieving those specific aims. a multi-level approach to tack-
involved. While Sunday's event only ling the issue. The process was
issues with sexual assault on yielded a couple dozen students, described to students as first
campus came to the forefront last Dishell, Rider-Milkovitch and starting with short-term out-
winter following the report of the other organizers acknowl- comes -providing expertise to
former kicker Brendan Gibbons' edged that different people from students and motivating people
permanent separation from the different communities have vary- to get involved. The goals then
University for violating the Stu- ing needs and hope to include as progress into ultimate outcomes,
dent Sexual Misconduct Policy. many voices as possible moving including modified behavior,
A CSG taskforce investigated the forward. changed policies and changed
University's handling of the inci- Crisler said having a diverse practices, and then finally long-
dent and found that the adminis- set of contributors is something term goals of better overall envi-
tration mishandled the Gibbons she has prioritized but stressed ronment.
case and that the University was that it must be done in the right Inan interview after the event,
Rider-Milkovich discussed the
. EW E E feasibility of some of the ideas
EII I from the meeting. She echoed
University President Mark
Schlissel's remarks on mandating
fraternities put up signs, saying it
would be an overstep of the Uni-
9 6 7 2 versity administration's power,
with the Greek system being gov-
8 5 7 3 4 erned primarily by IFC and the
houses being private property.
Rider-Milkovich did empha-
size the influence of alcohol on
sexual assault incidents.
5 2 She also provided her defini-
tion of "rape culture," a term
7 6 5 used by a couple of students on
Sunday and one often used when
T6 4discussing assaults at parties.
She explained that it's a national
trend - not just something that
5 S 6 the University experiences. She
added that media and social
9 7 8 norms heavily influence this cul-
ture and too often the tendency is
to blame the survivor of an inci-
"(People) inappropriately
i place the emphasis for preven-
tion or inappropriately place the
responsibility on the person who

Tim Ireland/AP
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron, front right, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, front center, and leader of the
Labour Party Ed Miliband, front left, hold wreaths during the service of remembrance at the Cenotaph in Whitehall,
London, Sunday.
Queen leads U.K
iWWI ce remony6

This year marks
100th anniversary
of the beginning of
the 'Great War'
LONDON (AP) - Queen Eliz-
abeth II honored fallen soldiers
from Britain and the Common-
wealth Sunday in a dignified
ceremony at the heart of cen-
tral London.
The 88-year-old monarch
placed a poppy-laden wreath at

the foot of the Cenotaph, built
after World War I to remember
those who lost their lives.
Large crowds, including a
leather-lunged enthusiast who
managed to shout "Hooray"
loudly enough to be picked
up by national television,
thronged the surrounding
streets on a cold, clear day in
the capital.
The "annual ceremony
remains a national focal point,
much as it was when Elizabeth
was a young princess. There
is the mournful symphonic

music, the march of around
10,000 veterans, and the sense
that Britain and much of the
Commonwealth has come to
a halt to recognize those who
have lost their lives in battle.
Prime Minister David Cam-
eron called this year's event
particularly poignant because
2014 marks the 100th anniver-
sary of the start of World War
I. He also cited the 70th anni-
versary of the D-Day landings
and the conclusion of Britain's
military operations in Afghan-

experienced the harm," she said.
However, she said she liked
the idea of getting students
more involved in education and
empowering their peers - one
idea along those lines was a type
of "guerilla campaign" where
students would flyer and give out
stickers across campus. She also
advocated strongly for bystand-
er intervention intiatives and
improving training for students
so they feel comfortable stepping
into a situation if necessary.
Rider-Milkovich said other

areas that need improvement
are SAPAC education on North
Campus and reaching out more
to male survivors, students with
disabilities and veterans, among
Art & Design senior Anica
Presley, a member of the CSG
Assembly, attended the event and
said sexual assault prevention is
a topic she has been interested
in for a while, particularly in
light of recent events on campus.
She said she innds to return to
future meetings, hoping to bring

some of the new ideas back to her
Presley said art installations
can actually be a good outlet
to share experiences for survi-
vors - she gave the example of
whiteboards where people are
welcomed to contribute. She said
it promotes anonymity and typi-
cally creates better discussion.
"I definitely will follow up on
the guerilla intervention," she
said. "Unannounced art work can
be really influential in how peo-
ple interact with the space."

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