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The University of Michigan Union NrhCmu omn
January 28 to February 3, 1991

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Lunch is served from
11 a.m. to 2p.m. "iH
HappyHour is held from ° t"
4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
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Reggae. and More with DJ
Creole Kid
UAC Laughtrack: Marty Micolli

Michigan Union Ticket Office

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Jazz music from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Free pizza (regular and vegetar-
ian) served from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
T-shirt giveaway night
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U.AC Soundstage:
The Difference
Jazz music from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.,
Free pizza (regular and vegetar-
ian) served from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
T-shirt giveaway night"
New Music with DJ Jeffrey
Live Band/
The University Club is a private club for
U-M students, faculty, staff, alumni, and
their invited guests. Only members of4
legal drinking age may purchase -
alcohol. ID required.
Acid Style to Your Next Meeting or rty
Did you know any MSA-recognized group can meet i n
elegantly decorated Michigan Union or North Camp Com-
mons room? Some Union rooms have a fireplace, o ers are
historically significant, and all are convenient to everyone on
campus. You can even arrange for catering, AV services, or
directional signs for a fee.
Hold. your next meeting, party, retreat, or important gathering in
a Michigan Union or North Campus Commons meeting. room.
To reserve a room, 'stop by the Scheduling Office, Room 1400
Michigan Union,,or theNorth Campus Commons Business
Office, weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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C.O.O.L. Service to the Community
A new movement is building on campus! Student volunteers are forging a
connection between campus and community to address social issues and
combat the problems they see working against our society.
Campus Outreach Opportunity League (C.O.O.L.) is a non-profit organization
dedicated to promoting and supporting student involvement in community
service. C.O.O.L. provides resources for students to tap into their own energy
and create an effective action movement. Working with more than 550
colleges and universities as well as 250 local and national organizations,
C.O.O.L. helps to set structures that challenge entire campuses to make
community involvement an integral part of university life.
This summer, The University of Michigan is hosting the National CO.O.L.
Summit, a meeting of about 100 students and educators interested in shaping
the community service agenda.
If you are interested in working with S.E.R.V.E. to help organize the Summnit,
or would like more information about the C.O.O.L. organization, stop by the
S.E.R.V.E. office, Room 2211 Michigan Union, or call 936-2437.
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Build in g
Connections
at the 7th Annual
Leadership Conference
Are you interested in:
shearing formerLiue-
etnant 4Governor Martha
Griffiths give the keynote
address?
*becoming an influential
person?
*enhancing your leader
ship skills?
mrnaking the most of your'
leadership experience?
*developing as a person?
*having fun while work
ing with others?
*learning how to motivate
others?.
If you have answered "yes" to
any of the-above questions,
the 7th Annual Michigan
Leadership Conference is for
YOU!
"Building Connections" will be
hel~d in the Michigan Union on
Saturday, February .16 from
9:00 a.m.' to 4:30 p.m. 'Regis-
tration is ;$12 per person and
the regist ration deadline is Feb-
'ruary 8 at~ 4:30 p.m.,Registra-
tion forms may be obtained from
the Student Organization De-
velopment. Center' (SODC),
~Room 2202 Michigan: Union. If
'you 'have any questions;: call.
783-5900.

Learning About Your
Student Organization
Account and Services
The Student Organization
Accounts Service (SOAS) is
presenting workshops to help
officers and members of
student organizations learn
more about the different serv-
ices SOAS offers.
Some of the areas which will
be covered are: learning
about SOAS services,
policies, & procedures,
understanding your financial
statement, 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 questions,
please call the SOAS Office
at 70~- 5767.

Pool Players Invited to Participate in Tournament
The University of Michigan will host an Association of
College Unions International (ACUI) qualifying tourna-
ment for 8-ball pool on Sunday, February 3, at 11:00 a.m.
The tournament, which will be held in the Michigan
Union Billiard Room, is open to all U-M students.
A maximum of four winners for each gender will qualify
to participate in the regional tournament at the University
of Toledo on March 2 and 3.
To pre-register for the tournament, please stop by the
Billiard Room or call 763-5786. The pre-registration fee is
$3. Registration on tournament day, which begins at 10:00
a.m., is $5.

Project Community would like to
welcome back returning members
of her Fall '90 staff. We appreciate
your commitment to service-
learning and are looking forward to
another great term together!
Chemical Dependency
Coordinators
Kati Hanna, Rebecca Story,
Monique Whitman, Cris Zerkel
Criminal Justice Coordinators
Sabrina Booth, Josee Charvet, John
Choi, Walter Fisher, Kathy Garcia,
LaNeice Jones, Jenny Kellman,
Andrew Kramer, Julie Mathews,
Korey Miller, David Oppenheim,
Ira Pintel, Jennifer Rabiah, Rachel
Story, Jennifer Taylor, Susan
Webster, Elissa Zelman
Education Coordinators
Celia Gold, Charles Graham, Laura
Kendell, Jennifer Markavitch, Darrell
Moilanen, Nancy Staub, Ron
Whalen
Environmental Advocacy
Lisa Bardwell
Health and Special Populations
Coordinators
Jennifer Carstens, Sara Kole
Office Assistants
Colbert Boyd, Angie Bynum
Teaching Assistants
Toni Caldwell, Carol Kinney,
Margaret Ann Murphy, Nancy
Staub, Margaret Weigers
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Once again, welcome back. Also,
please note students can enroll in
Project Community until Wednes-
day, January 29. To obtain more in-
formation and an override, please
stop by our office, 2205 Michigan
Union, weekdays between 8 a.m.
and 5 p.m.

Trained Volunteer Corps
(TVC) is a new student
organization that provides a
way for you to make a
difference in the life of some-
one in need. We are offering
the opportunity for you to do
service work in the commu-
nity as an individual or with a
group of other students - all
within the framework of an
active and supportive organi-
zation. The four TVC projects
beginning this semester are:
The Homeless Project, The
Elderly Project, The Youth at
Risk Project, and The Adult
Literacy Project.
Join us as we plan our
program for Winter term. Call
763-3548 or stop- by Room
2205, Michigan Union, for the
date and time of our first
meeting.

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Take a Lunch Break
with
Arts at Mid-Day
As another offering in the
"Arts at Mid-Day" series,
guitarist Joseph Pratt will
present a musical perform-
ance of Ulysses and other
fantasies. The performance
will be Thursday, January
31 at 12:15 p.m. in the
Pendleton Room. There is
no admission charge.

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