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Michigan Daily Summer Weekly, 2003-06-02

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The Michigan Daily - Orientation Edition 2003 - 25
A Comprehensive Guide To Getting Involved On Campus
Anxious about leaving home and starting school in the fall?
Don't be. The best way to make this transition is to get involved.
The groups below are the best on campus.
There's something for you!

AMAZIN' BLUE
The oldest and best co-ed
a capella ensemble on campus.
COMEDY COMPANY
Interested in comedy?
Join the best improv group at Michigan.
CONSIDER MAGAZINE
A forum that elevates and endorses conversation
about important issues by presenting multiple
perspectives on various topics. Over twenty years,
we have discussed everything from US policy on
Iraq and North Korea to human rights to lecture
size to music on the internet.
IMPACT DANCE
A co-ed dance company for non-dance majors
performing in a variety of styles.
BIG TICKET PRODUCTIONS
Why did Jerry Seinfeld, Dennis Miller and
Guster perform on campus? Big Ticket
Productions made it happen.
M-AGINATIONFILMS
Step aside Dreamworks, Disney, and Fox.
This production company is entirely run by
students.
M-FLICKS
Movie screenings and sneak previews galore!
MICHIGANACADEMIC COMPETITIONS
What's your final answer? Compete in
collegiate quiz tournaments throughout the
United States.

WHAT IS UAC?
The University Activities Center is the
largest student-run programming organization at
the University of Michigan. UAC's
mission is to provide quality programming
that is both entertaining and enriching to
students, faculty, and staff.
UAC is composed of fourteen committees,
each involving students in the planning and
execution of a variety of events both on and
off campus. Whether it's theater, comedy,
music, dance, movies, or just plain old
partying-UAC committees can make it happen!
UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES CENTER
Sign on to www.umich.edu/-uac and
Enter your name on the UAC email
List. You will be sent emails to
remind you of upcoming UAC events
that you won't want to miss.

MICHIGAN EVERY THREE WEEKLY
Half-biting satire, half-ridiculous absurdity,
and a can of Planter's low-salt peanuts. Pick
up a copy of the Every Three Weekly's
Summer Orientation Edition-it's really
funny.
MICHIGAN POPS ORCHESTRA
The University's only student-run orchestra. Don't
put that instrument away...you don't have to major
in music to play in the most musically diverse
orchestra on campus.
MINI-COURSES
These are non-credit classes offered each
term. You decide which classes are offered.
Bartending? Belly Dancing? Massage?
You make the call.
MUSKET
Interested in musical theater. Musket
performs one large-scale production each
semester.
THE RUDE MECHANICALS
A theater group for non-theater majors.
You can write, direct, or act!
SPEAKER INITIATIVE
Bring political and social figures to campus
to address the concerns of students. Past
speakers include Spike Lee, Gloria Steinam,
and James Carville.

www. umich. edu ~uac
734. 763.1107
4002 Michigan Union

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