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The University of Michigan Union North Campus Commons
January 14 to January 20, 1991

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Michigan Union Ticket
Office

"Project Community is, to date, my most rewarding, fulfill-
ing, and satisfying experience at U-M." *
Project Community 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, Envi menta ocacy, Health and Special Popu-
lations, or In group Relations munity site placement.
" yhow, what have I gotten ut of the program this last
te ? Growth, growth, growth A deeper understanding of
m elf, a continuing educatio is ten (as well as
ho to be heard) and some o derful suppo nd conflict
fro number of places *
Two, three, and o portunities are still ope and can
be added until January 29. override is required fo enroll-
ment. To obtain more info ation or an override, ple se stop
by the Project Community O ice, Room 2205 Michi an Union.
The office is open Monday thr gh Friday, betwe 8 a.m. and
5 p.m.
"This is what I want to remember. I want to remember all
I've learned during my three terms in Project Community
and I want to do something about it."*
* denote remarks taken from previous Project Community
student journals.

THE
UNIVERSITY
CLUB
THE U CLUB CALENDAR

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NDAY To FRIDAY
Bch is served from 11 am to
NDAY To FRIDAY
i py Hour is heldtfrom 4pm to
ESDAY EVENING
Reggae and More
DJ Creole Kid
DNESDAY EVENING
rX Xmba: 70's Funk Party
r ie pizza (regular and vegetar-
served from 5pm to 6pm.
T*$irt giveaway night
ThURSDAY EVENING
C Soundstage: Juice
music from 4pm to 8pm.
e pizza (regular and vegetar-
served from 5pm to 6pm.
hirt giveaway night
DAY EVENING
Ne Music Night
DJ Jeffrey
URDAY EVENING
Band: TBA
University Club is a private club
-M students, faculty, staff,
ni, and their invited guests.
0 members of legal drinking age
purchase alcohol. ID required.

I

ale NOW!
C~I7&3-TKTS
0 n every day
L htyne Price, soprano
nted by the University Musical
ty.
Mrday, January 14 at 8:00pm,
!I Auditorium.
tickets by PHONE ONLY
Ann A r oo
arsented by Office of Major Events
the Ark
day, January 26 at 6:00pm,
ll Auditorium.
10merata Musica Berlin
sented by the University Musical
Sbr ty
Wvenesday, January 30 at 8.00pm,
4aham Auditorium.'
tdertickets by PHONE ONLY
Ity Artists Concert
. Oented by the University Musical
siety.
day, February 3 at 4'00pm,
ham Auditorium.
E tickets by PHONE ONLY
QDtoit Symphony
rhestra
nted by the University Musical
SoY. ty
$ day, February 10 at 4:00 p.m.
Uditorium
tickets by PHONE ONLY
' terdam Loeki Stardust
Qurtet
sented by the University Musical
:ity.
Monday, February 11 at 8:00pm,
#kam Auditorium.
Order tickets by PHONE ONLY
Ui ersity Musical Society
tickets for all events by
PHOE ONLY.
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MEO and the Ark Host
14th Ann Arbor Folk Festival
he Fourteenth Ann Arbor Folk Festival will be presented at Hill Auditorium
S turday, January 26 at 6 p.m. This concert is presented by the Office of
'jr Events and the Ark.
Festival takes on new proportions this year with performers covering a
wkde spectrum of music. An annual event, this Festival will present you with
heest of folk music, as well as being a fundraiser for the Ark. The line-up
* efists includes:
:>< MCLEAN: McLean is the author of many classics such as "American
"Vincent", "Wonderful Baby", and "Winterwood". Mclean's songwriting
adperforming styles embrace folk, pop, and country genres.
AHLATHINI AND THE MAHOTELLA QUEENS: This group, one of the top
t jive acts in South Africa since 1965, displays a masterful performance
b of singing, musicianship, dancing, costumes, and audience rapport.
AtE SIBERRY: The Canadian singer/songwriter/conceptualist whose rich
te res, muted tones, and multi-layered complexities have established her
soid reputation as both a performer and songwriter. A reviewer for "Rolling
"t emagazine characterized Siberry as a woman who has shattered the
boemdaries of pop music.
ISTINE LAVIN: As Master of Ceremonies, Lavin will involve the audience
fbatons that glow in the dark and songs like "Sensitive New Age Guys".
*vs style combines comic absurdity and lyrical poetry delivered in her
alline soprano voice.
*Uer Festival artists will be: THE GOLDEN RING (with GORDEN BOK, ED
T KETT, DAVE PARA, AND CATHY BARTON), LAURIE LEWIS, PATTY
L KIN, PAT DONOHUE, ROBERT JONES, and MATT WATROBA.
Cert tickets are available at the Michigan Union Ticket Office. To obtain
Mcket information, or to charge by phone, call 763- TKTS.

Volunteer Opportunities
Available Through
S~a t y.Lu a -.:Educ a..eyRtvwarKhnp VOludtli ExePnfnces
Welcome back for Winter
Term 1991! If you had a
relaxing break and are ready
for community volunteering,
stop by the Project S.E.R.V.E.
office. Project S.E.R.V.E. is an
information warehouse on
volunteer opportunities. The
office has a plethora of infor-
mation of service opportuni-
ties in Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti
are Veth you want to
wo4 iith lmeless people,
childrtih, ior citizens, or
pyo mbergf other
gr ips, .R.V. can put
yo p t with an
age :
For example, l jec
S.E.R.V.E. is plnin
alternay Sprin reak. IJ
you are edof utixfeof
traveling to da
returning twith
third degree bum forgot the
sunscreen again), you may
want to participate in this
activity. This semester,
Project S.E.R.V.E. is planning
projects in Niles, Michigan
(building a house) and New
York, New York (working
with homeless people). An-
other Winter Term activity is
coordinating S.E.R.V.E.
Week, a campus-wide, week-
long celebration of service, in
April.
If you would like to help
with any of these S.E.R.V.E.
activities, please stop by the
office (Room 2211 Michigan
Union), Monday through
Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
If you can't make it to the
Union, please call 936-2437.

Time to Update Your
Sweater Collection
Add another exotic sweater
to your collection -or start
your exotic sweater collec-
tion today. Corinthian
Trading Company is offer-
ing Grecian sweaters(made
from 100% virgin wool) for
sale this week in the Michi-
gan Union, Ground Floor.
The sale will run today until
Friday from 1Dam to 5pm.

Exhibit Features
Work by Asian-
American
"A Sho
exhi -M Asi
St ition, incl

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otography and
The works will be
it in the Michigan
Art Lounge until
try 31.

Enroll in the Trained Volunteer Corp -
and Earn ACademiC Credit
T 'kixig1 Qut which classes to choose for Winter term?
*egfer:tomtake a difference in someone's life by enrolling in
thd ;Ti i ed.Vdlunteer Corps (TVC). TVC is a two to four credit
lass :ichhincludes working in the community (with illiterate
adult;:hoiiels people, youths at risk, or elderly in need of
support) .ham1ignsessions so you can excel at your job, and
b onini . itexiib f an active, supportive organization.
- - -. ..
I t1V .Y-.yooiilrfrbm life itself, through a work experience
yufside:the cl sroom.- Your interests will be matched with
coriruitiiy heeds..:Yitnmay want to tutor a grandmother who
Aey,: r .lea.:to . and :1s a goal of reading a bedtime story
'oiar:rndc ldri±. o-May tutor an ex-offender who
i-eco pis'aliigh sch6Wdegre.is a first step to reentry into the
ct munity:Pha-ps ytivoild-help a homeless family decide
Xon tq fid:periidtt: sheIte.:You could become a mentor for
a lOnelf:d:confds:ed~Chliii:W .:feels she has no one to talk
with: .:Ai.thetitre sehi r-ir iw i'our community who
needc z itn:-.soieone tak .with them or help with
thtir daly: t$k:.:Rgirt:r-Spo6y089 (TVC) for Winter
termito 'i j i-fhElis-tearnirgxpiride: .
ter . . . n i.-.-...... . . .- . - . .. . . . ..
In additi$m ld fie:'Cau-ose, the ..C: s4ent organization is
forming andA ed both:stident eaderg ad members. This
group will.provide.a.up.potv.'.nvient for students who
work in the.conn l tyto :siare if rinaaon atbut actions
people can a e1tmake ditfeenc .. .
TVC's goals are : t© provide fid . *se eo u6 nedrable
people in our cornuaii.and ts inoi e as.....s.dents as
possible in communityactiities;-l you air-htersted . TVC,
either the course or the:O rganizia tipl; pdasepall:763-3.548.or
stop by Room 2205, M i i an UnihObtgii r e:irifarr -
tion....-.-..

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his exhibit marks t]
fourth annual Asian-
American Art Show.

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Entree Plus Offers Exciting New Dining Options
Beginning in January 1991, Housing's Entree Plus pre-paid
meal plan will expand to include restaurants at both the
Michigan Union's MUG Eateries and Commons and the
North Campus Commons. In addition to the traditional
residence hall dining room and snack bar service, students
will now have the option of using their Entree Plus card at
the MUG, Dagwood's, and Little Caesars, in the Union, and
at the NCC Cafeteria and NCC Snack Bar in the North
Campus Commons. Both locations offer extensive hours,
open for morning meal or late-night snack.
With Entree Plus, students can choose to deposit $100, $200,
$300, or $400 into their Entree Plus account. The price of
each meal purchased will be deducted from their account at
the point of purchase, using the simple Entree Plus card-no
robbing the piggy bank, no hunting for a money machine.
Use Entree Plus alone or in combination with the standard
Entree plan for flexibility and convenience of breakfast,
lunch, or dinner in a variety of locations.
Interested in Entree Plus? Please stop by the Entree Office
in Room 100 of the Student Activities Building from Monday
through Friday, 8am to 4:30pm or call us at 763-4632.

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 services SOAS
offers.
Some of the areas which
will be covered are: learning
about SOAS services,
policies, and procedures;
understanding your finan-
cial statement; and balanc-
ing the dollars. The work-
shops will be held at the
following times:
Date: Thursday, January 31
Location: Room 2209 (A&B),
Michigan Union
Time: 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Date: Monday, February 4
Location: Room 2209 (A&B),
Michigan Union
Time: 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Date: Wednesday, February
13
Location: Wolverine Room,
Michigan Union
Time: 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
If you have any questions,
please call the SOAS Office
at 763- 5767.

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