4 -The Michigan Daily - Orientation Edition 2003
4~~~~~~~~~~~~c -VhAihenDil retto Eiin20
Man found urinating
cited for violating
The Department of Public Safety
said a subject was found urinating in
public at the West Hall Arch early Fri-
day morning. The subject was cited for
violating a public urination ordinance.
himself to police
A person in Mary Markley Resi-
dence Hall contacted the DPS early
yesterday morning to request that an
ambulance transport him to the
emergency room at University Hot-
pital becaute he thought he had
smoked too much marijuana. DPS
complied with the student's request.
January 23, 2003
finds League lobby
A homeless male was discovered
sleeping in the Michigan League
Saturday afternoon, according to
October 7, 2002
- Compiled by Daily News Editor
The body of a homeless man discov-
ered Nov. 4 on the sidewalk in front of In
and Out party store and Bella Napoli
Pizza and Italian Restaurant on East Uni-
versity Avenue has been identified by the
Ann Arbor Police Department as 51-
year-old Daniel Skodak.
AAPD officers could not release his
name until they had notified next of kin,
which they said was a difficult process
because he had no home address.
Before his death, Skodak was seen by pass-
er-bys drinking with a friend outside the stores.
The two apparently fell asleep on
When AAPD officers arrived at the
on East 'U'
The body, covered with a white
sheet, continued to lie on the sidewalk
for hours while police collected evi-
dence from the scene.
"I know a lot of students walking by
thought it was a terrible thing," AAPD
Detective Dave Monroe said.
Monroe said AAPD officers knew
Skodak drank alcohol at times, but he
was not known for doing any other
drugs or substances.
Toxicology reports from the Washtenaw
County Medical Examiner's office are not
yet available and the exact cause of Sko-
dak's death is still unknown.
But Monroe said there was "nothing
suspicious" about the death."I don't
know if we can contribute the weather to
his death." Monroe said.
The body of Daniel Skodak a 51-year-old homeless man, was found on scene around 9:20 p.m. that night, Skodak
East University Nov. 4, 2002. The cause of his death is unknown. was already dead.
SeCurity overhaul planned for residence s
By Megan Hayes order to gain some security," Tan said. develop a security-conscious community," he said.
September 05, 2002 Video cameras and new lock-in systems are An equipment-based initiative, which has yet
just some of the security measures University to begin, will provide video cameras on all resi-
Lack of student participation in preserving Housing plans to implement later this semester. dence hall entrances and require students to ust
residence hall safety has forced University offi- Ian Steinman, associate director of University a personalized card to enter their rooms and resi-
cials to implement new security measures this Housing, said new security measures will expand dence hall bathrooms.
semester, including video cameras, dorm room upon security methods already in place. Univer- The new security equipment represents ai
lock-in systems, and educational material. sity Housing has created fliers and distributed increase in actual security which will be more
Andrew Tan, an Engineering sophomore and letters informing students of general safety tips effective than steps taken last year, South Quad
West Quad resident, said students must do their and preventative measures. resident advisor Brie Statham said.
part for these new security measures to be effec- Steinman said it is necessary to provide more "I'd rather have them watching than not watcl
tive. He said locking your door is the first con- comprehensive information to the community in and have something bad happen," LSA sopho.
scious step in creating a safe environment. order for the increase in physical security to have an more Statham said in reference to installing
"We do have to sacrifice some convenience in effect on residence hall safety. "Our core goal is to security cameras.
As an engineer in
the. U.S. Air Force,
there's no telling what
you'll work on.
(Seriously, we can't tell you.)
United States Air Force applied technology is years ahead
of what you'll touch in the private sector, and as a new
engineer you'll likely be involved at the ground level of new
and sometimes classified developments. You'll begin leading
and managing within this highly respected group from day
one. You can take the 1st steps towards becoming an officer
by contacting Captain Smith to discuss your college Air Force
U.S. AIR FORCE
CROSS INTO THE BLUE
Contact Capt. Smith at (734) 647-4093
jecsmith(dumich.edu for details