The University of Michigan Union UJO N North Campus Commons
March 25 to March 31, 1991
Student Shares First Impressions of
Project Community Work
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The Student Organization
Development Center (SODC)
is offering internships for Fall
1991. SODC interns have the
opportunity to ltrengthen
leadership skills, coordinate
and present workshops,
consult with student
organizations, and earn 3
To obtain an application or
information, stop by the
SODC Office (Room 2202
Michigan Union and the
Satellite Center in the North
Campus Commons) or call
763-5900. Applications are
due to the SODC
Michigan Union Office by
Wednesday, March 27 at
I didn't really think my view of a criminal was fair
because it was full of stereotypes and mixed
messages I have seen on tv.
Unfortunately, it was all I had to go on.
I was pleasantly surprised to see my picture was
wrong when we went to Maxey. I was surprised the
boys looked like any other boys. I know that sounds
awful, but I had a skewed image and I didn't know
what to expect. My image was also off because of
my Criminology class; since statistically more
blacks are in correctional facilities, I expected that
to be true at Maxey.
My parents didn't help my image either. It's sad to
admit, but my parents are prejudiced and have
contributed to my image of a typical criminal.
It is so easy to put preconceived ideas and images
on paper. It's so easy to rely on these preconceived
pictures and not look to new ones. It is also a
source of comfort to rely on something you know.
The following students
received the 1991 Gen-
eral Motors Volunteer
Spirit Award for the
time and effort they
have volunteered to
improve student life,
the school, and the
Michigan Union Ticket Office
On Sale NOW! Call 763-TKTS Open every day
AMERICAN INDIAN DANCE THEATRE
Presented by the University Musical Society. Monday, March
25 at 8:00 p.m. Power Center. Order tickets by PHONE ONLY.
MICHAEL CARD & FRIENDS WITH SPECIAL GUEST
Presented by WWCM 990 AM. Friday, March 29 at 7:30 p.m.
Presented by Ann Arbor Summer Festival.
Sophisticated ... Romantic ... One of the most respected names
in the world of jazz, swing, and pop music.
Saturday, March 30 at 8:30 p.m. Hill Auditorium.
JOSEPH HOLMES CHICAGO DANCE THEATER
Presented by the University Musical Society. Tuesday, April 2
at 8:00 p.m. Power Center. Order tickets by PHONE ONLY.
NEW WORLD SYMPHONY
Presented by the University Musical Society. Wednesday,,April
3 at 8:00 p.m. Hill Auditorium. Order tickets by PHONE ONLY.
FLOWER AND GARDEN SHOW 1991
Presented by the U-M Matthaei Botanical Gardens.
Thursday, April 11 through Sunday, April 14. Yost Arena.
HENRY THREADGILL AND VERY VERY CIRCUS
Presented by Eclipse Jazz. Saturday, April 13 at 8:00 p.m. and
10:00 p.m. The Ark.
ELLY AMELING, SOPRANO
Presented by the University Musical Society.
Saturday, April 13 at 8:00 p.m. Rackham Auditorium. Order
tickets by PHONE ONLY.
THE IRISH ROVERS
Presented by the Office of Major Events. Join the Irish Rovers
and hear the rich vocal harmonies as they sing their parade of
hits. Sunday, April 14 at 7:00 p.m. Hill Auditorium.
BUTCH THOMPSON TRIO
Presented by the University Musical Society.
Saturday, April 20 at 8:00 p.m.
Rackham Auditorium. Order tickets by PHONE ONLY.
TODAY, h Ad
Early Music will perftrnr
in the Pendleton Roomu ou
the Michigan U nion .t
I am just glad I had the opportunity to
opinions and ideas.
Featured in Art Sale
Spring may not be in the air,
but the colors of the season
have arrived. At this week's
art sale, you can find Cloud
Forest Imports' offering of
colorful, handwoven clothing
and accessories from Guate-
mala. Mexican Baja jackets, a
Cloud Forest specialty, will
also be displayed.
The sale, which begins today
and ends Friday, March 29, is
open from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00
p.m. on the Ground Floor of
the Michigan Union.
The U Club Calendar
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When you pass me on the street you look at me and you
know I am homeless. My clothes are dirty and ragged. I'm
hungry. I ask you for change but you turn away because
you're angry and embarrassed. I am angr ynd embar-
rassed too. I'm cod.:I have to sleep at the shelter
What ar you thiIking about when you pass a homeless
pers as you walk on State Street? Do you ever think,
"so m nshould do something about this," ?
Someone ISdoing something aboutit and you can help.
The Tra ied Vlunteer Corps' (TVC) Homeless Project
places volunteers wi local emergency shelters and
housing advocacy agencies. Students lead support groups
and shelter house meetings, assist with housing searches,
provide a listening ear, and much more.
Think about all you have to offer. When preregistration
for Fall Term begins, stop by Room 2205 of the Michigan
Union for information and an override for Sociology 389,
the TVC course.
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
Order tickets for all events by PHONE ONLY.
S.E.R.V.E. Week, which has stemmed from the dedication
and enthusiasm for community service here on campus, will
focus on recognizing current volunteers and volunteer or-
ganizations, promoting secce, and facilitating involvement
in community service activ'ies.
One of the many events planed for S.E.R.V.E. Week is the
Huron River clean-up sponsored by S.W.A.T. Hunger, on
April 6. From 9 a.m. to.od a, U-M students, faculty, staff,
and community memberd work together to remove
refuse from the rivedr.Arwa*d4, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., the
Neighborhood Stene iThjewiUl move to the River's
sources, and sterin<nn uueii±tnext to sewers of the
Huron's tributa es askim piple refrain from dumping
trash into theserivers.T signu a#icipate in either or
both of these eb ities rn h rject S.E.R.V.E. office,
Room 22111MiR-n x.
Also on April 6,from 11a.m o 1m.there will be a
fundraising wa in od ntawni Arxbr to benefit Alz-
heimer's natiets ?e onrv WalkiNsn"sonsored iointly by
Save your tacky posses-
sions from ending up in a
dumpster. The Office of
Arts and Programming is
donations for the
annual Tacky Sale.
What is tacky? It could
be a half-burned alligator
candle or maybe a life-
size, human blow-up doll.
These and other tacky
items may be donated to
the Office of Arts and
2211 Michigan Union,
during regular business
And please mark your
calendar with the Tacky
Sale dates: April 1 and 2.
The sale will be held
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on
the Ground Floor level of
Soviet Poster Art on Display in the
Stop by the Art Lounge (First Floor of the Michigan Un-
Ion) to see Soviet poster art which illustrate the freedom
of expression due to glasnost.
The posters' themes range from announcing theater per-
formances and festivals to commenting on alcoholism,
disarmament, and religion.
The exhibit will be displayed through April 12 in the Art
Lounge. The Art Lou'nge is open
during the Union's regular building hours.
Stop by the U-Club for lunch to taste creations
prepared by Chef Jack Schrum, the iew chef at the
Chef Jack,,-a-graduate of the Culifary Insti
Americajias workedfmost recently at Kathi
Catering and Escoffler Restaurant, both in