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Michigan Daily Summer Weekly, 2007-08-13

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The Michigan Daily - Orientation Edition 2007 2,5

AMAZIN' BLUE
The oldes t and best co-ed
a capella ensenoible on campus.
COMEDY COMPANY
Interested ins comedy?
join the bash i xprov rop at lichigan
deudtnt As! ooooical Societfy
An acadontically-minded group that seeks
to encoutragoand develop an understanding
and loy of science tharou e astronomy.
GROOVE
Described as the love child of TIP andI
the1BlueNIon Group, fhis:tudenf ron
grotuppexplores now -way to nt e n1 tOi
and rhythr un t!
IMPACIT AiNC
A c-ed dance cotnpany for ton-dante
majors perfornoio0 o intavariety otfstyles.
BIG FTICKET 1ROD UC'!IONS
WNhy did ,Jerry Seinfold,1)enntsli 'er and
Guster performin on camputs? Be'cause Big
iickot Production: tnde it happ en.
M-AGINATION FILMS
Stop side Dreaamwork pDisney and Fox.
This production conoipany is entirely run by
stud 'n]ts.
4-FLIC KS
Nlovie screenings and sne'ak pre'viewvs
galeore!

T'he University Activities Ccx fr is theclargest
student-run programming otrganization at the
Lntversity of Michigan.I. C's missinrtis to
provide quaity progranoming that ts both
entortatntng and enriclhing to students, faculty,
atod staff.
LAC is comprised of fitteen comnntt s, each
iovolviog stuenttsintoeloeatoning atndexe-
cution of o voni'ty of eventsbettlo eon d off
campus. Whothe'r it's theater, c otto dy, music
datoce, movies, or just thain old fut-UAC
commoittees can noake' it happen.!

- st ~I 1111I
< s ;CPETFFONS
1%ioht's your finoal aoswe, r? Com pete in
col legiate quiz tournaments throughout
time United State'.
MICHICAN EVERY THREE_
WEEKLY
I laif-biting satire, hoalf-ridiculouisab'ur-
dity, anda can ef Planter's low-salt
peanuts. :Pi'k upacopyeof theEver
T hree Weekly's Summe'r Orientation
Ediftion - it's re'ally fuiony.
MIC.HJGAN P0PS ORCHJESTRA
'le Unooversityv's only studeof-run
orchesfra..[)Doiot tut that instruetf
art ay...etendeon't ha ve toomajortionomusic
te ay in the ntoost tmesically ediverse
eorcesteaeonooampus (that's ets).
MIN! COUR ES
Tlo-ese areno-redtcit ases otfered eah
term. You decietdwh ich loaisses ire
offerd. 13artendeing? Belly Dotoctog?
Malssage?
You makefteoll
MLL'KFT
lote'reste'd ito musical. teater? MUSKET
pe'rfeornios oe arge-scale oroductonotoeaclo
l mster
THE .RUDE2MECHANICA-LS
Aftoe'ter grotep for neon-theater majors.
You can write, eirectt or act

SPEAKER INITIATIVE
Bring Poalitical and sociaI figures to
w7VW~umich.edu/'-uac campus to address the concerns of -h
students. Past speakers include Spike
734-763-1107 Lee, Gloria Stino n, and Jimes Carville.
4002 Michigan Union

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