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January 21, 1991 - Image 8

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The University of Michigan Union North Campus Commons
January 21 to January 27, 1991

Trained Volunteer p
r Enrollment
.t' 1'f c 11
Thinking about wih c to choose for Winter term?
Registe to a er ce in someone's life by enrolling in
the f ra td ot Corps (TVC). TVC is a two to four credit
cl wich des working in the community (with illiterate
adu t;4omeless people, youths at risk, or elderly in need of
suppoi", attending training sessions so you can excel at your
job, and becoming a member of an active, supportive organiza-
In the TVC you learn from life itself, through both a supportive
seminar group and a work experience outside the cla srom.
Join the TVC and become part of the solution. T tah more
information or an override, please stop byRi 1;.O51vI'ichigan
Union or call 763-3548.'
In addition to the TVC course, tl iTVisudent organization is
forming and will soon have t ii tmeting of the term. This
group's goals are,?pr +i n dservices to vulnerable
people in our com :rani4, to involve as many students as
possibl.in c u ' a aivities. Please call 763-3548 for the
date a' loq t o e meeting and discover what you can do
to k a d l nce.
Add Project Community 3
to Your Winter 1991 d
4. ;: 1 11
I have enjoyed my term ruto . Alpha House and being
involved in Project ommu . ty. hdeen a worthwhile educational
experience. The t ' a Ouse has been extremely reward-
ing. Getting to kn he ,eeing how they change in treatment,
and h "ng lea s been great.
-s rke
Proj ommunity is a U-M service-learning course offering
Sociology and Education credit. Students attend a weekly 90
minute seminar and choose to spend between two and ten
hours a week at a Chemical Dependency, Criminal Justice,
Education, Environmental Advocacy, Health and Special
Populations, or Intergroup Relations community site place-
Two, three, and four credit opportunities avoti en td can
be added until January 29. An overAis ;uiI4 or enroll-
ment. To obtain more information o ov Cie, please stop
by the Project Community OfX2Michigan Union.
The office is open Monday t Fri'ay, between 8 a.m. and
5 p.m.
J ha r irporthan Ilever thought possible from my
e riece a heyhott Facility. My preconceived notions of prison
a' ne aebeen torn to shreds, while I have also learned a
grea 1 about communicating with those from different back-
groun' than me. In a way, Ifeel guilty that perhaps I have learned
more than I taught, but I suppose that is the goal of Project Commu-
nity - in the classroom we all become equals serving as both student
and teacher at the same time. It's been a fantastically rewarding
experience! *
- Ben Macro ry J9' "t.i
* denote ex rits en previous
Project Coj un' urse evaluations
-ro ec C o r /f4ii

SERVE Week '91 -
Planning Meeting is TONIGHT
.Help plan "SERVE Week '91: A Celebration of Com ity
Service at the University of Michigan." A week i a.d to
promoting student involvement in the co nAcities
will be varied and could include fu -ai r ,Her River
cleanup, collecting personal itemsf f e. less, speaker's
series, or other service events..S t t w term by volunteer-
ing in the community!
Attend the planni m t . tonight at 8:00 p.m. in the Welker
Room a the, hi on or call Project S.E.R.V.E. at
936-24 . S k is sponsored by S.E.R.V.E. and a
n e. of nt community service organizations.

M;;:":,: .'>::ch;;$: ; s:: ::4}i$
.gan nion icketO ''

Living Color
With hits like "Cult of Person-
ality", this group has broken
the barriers of modern music
categories. Friday, January
25 at 8:00 p.m. Hill Audito-
riu m
14th Annual Ann Arbor
Folk Festival
Presented by Office of Major
Events and the Ark. Don
McLean heads a galaxy of
folk stars at this year's folk
festival. Saturday, January 26
at 6:00 p.m. Hill Auditorium
Peter Matthiessen
Presented by UM Journalism
Fellows with Hillel Foundation
Tuesday,kJanuary 29 at 7:30
p.m. Rackham Auditorium
Camerata Musica
Presented by the University
Musical Society. Wednesday,
January 30 at 8:00 p.m.
Rackham Auditorium Order
tickets by PHONE ONLY

Indigo Girls
Recalling the folk sound of
the 60's, these two Georgia
women have stretched their
popularity across folk, pop,
and country audiences.
Thursday, January 31 at 8:00
p.m. Hill Auditorium
Faculty Artists
Presented by the University
Musical Society. Sunday,
February 3 at 4:00 p.m.
Rackham Auditorium Order.
tickets by PHONE ONLY.
Pancho Sanchez
Presented by Eclipse Jazz
Sunday, February 3 at 7:30
p.m. Mendelssohn Theater

Monday to Friday Thursday Evening

A Lunch is served from
11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
A Happy Hour is held from
4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Tuesday Evening
A Reggae and More
with DJ Creole Kid
Wednesday Evening
A UAC Laughtrack:
U.S. Concepts National
College Competition
A Jazz music from
4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
A Free pizza (regular and

A UAC Soundstage:
Southgoing Zak
A Jazz music from
4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
A Free pizza (regular and
vegetarian) served from
5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
A T-shirt giveaway night
Friday Evening
A New Music with DJ Jeffrey
Saturday Evening
A Live Band: George Bedard
and the Kingpins

vegetarian) served from
5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
A T-shirt giveaway night

' -RSZ

Soeiety ....e......
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Leadership Tips Available from SODC
Have you ever asked yourself the following questions:
What types of student organizations are there on campus? How
can Ifind the group that "fits" me? How can I develop and use
my leadership skills? How can I make my organization the best
it can be? Is it possible to create a new student organization?
If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, then the next
step is to call or stop by the Student Organization Development Cen-
ter (SODC).
SODC offers a variety of programs and services designed to
help you develop lifelong personal, leadership, and organizational
skills. The staff of SODC is here to encourage involvement in the rich
diversity of campus and community activities as well as offer support
and education for the success of all students.
SODC now has two locations to serve you. The main office is
located in Room 2202 of the Michigan Union (phone 763-5900). The
new satellite office is located in the Administrative Office of the
North Campus Commons (phone 764-7544).
Also, the 7th Annual Michigan Leadership Conference, Build-
ing Connections, will be held in the Michigan Union on Saturday,
February 16 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Registration is $12 per
person and the registration deadline is February 8 at 4:30 p.m. You
may obtain registration forms at the SODC main office, Room 2202
Michigan Union. More details about the conference will be listed in
next Monday's Backpage.
Making AdvertisingAWork with MAW
Why don't more people know about your organization and its special
Perhaps you're not using effective advertising. If your group is a
recognized student organization or affiliated with a U-M Department,
take advantage of Michig dver 'sing Works (MAW), located in
Room 2202 Michigan Uni MA is a student-run advertising
distribution agency that ost promotional services
-Diag B nd Rental
-Bus Sign
" aFyer+ ac t in Locked Showcases
and FREE services i
a ir Reg on
d isplay C si1 the Unrn and the Fishbowl
to t

The Student Organization Accounts Service (SOAS) is presenting
workshops to help officers and members of student organizations
learn more about the different services SOAS offers.
Some of the areas which will be covered are: learning about SOAS
services, policies, & procedures, understanding your financial state-
ment, and balancing the dollars. The workshops will be held on:
Thursday, January 31

Room 2209 (A&B), Michigan Union
6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Monday, February 4
Room 2209 (A&B), Michigan Union
6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.



Wednesday, February 13
Wolverine Room, Michigan Union
6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
If you have any questio , ple aall e SOAS Office at 763- 5767.



for k' T"Ill the
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A big THANK YOU to all the
Michigan Union Study
Lounge volunteers who have
donated their time to keep
the Study Lounge open and
available to all U-M students
this past term. Your time and
dedication is appreciated by



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