Published November 21, 2005
Tickets for ride to airport available
Students who need a ride to the airport for Thanksgiving break can purchase airBus tickets for $7 at the Michigan Union Ticket Office. Students with tickets will get a ride to Detroit Metro Airpot.
Students can also purchase $10 tickets from other locations, including North Campus, Central Campus and the Hill. To purchase a ticket, an Mcard can be swiped at a location where tickets are sold, and the cost will be billed to the student's account.
The service is provided by the Michigan Student Assembly
Schedules are at http://www.msa.umich.edu/services/airbus.php.
Jazz groups to play at McIntosh Theater tonight
Small Jazz groups will be performing originals, as well as jazz standards, in the E.V Moore building tonight at 8 p.m.
The performance is free, and no tickets are required. For more information, e-mail Rachel Francisco at email@example.com
Exhibition at Lane Hall features artist who draws shacks
The work of Beverly Buchanan, an artist whose work has been exhibited in museums across the country, will be displayed from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Lane Hall tomorrow. Buchanan's work has been displayed all semester and will be on display until the end of December.
The artist often focuses on the shack, using it in her artwork as an economic and cultural metaphor.
Free HIV testing available at Michigan Union
Anyone who wants an HIV test can receive one in a private, welcoming and safe environment. This service is available tonight from 6 to 7 p.m. in room 3200 of the office of LGBT Affairs.
'Unconscious' man is alive and talking
The Department of Public Safety reported that an unconscious man was lying in a vehicle parked in a lot on Division Street. However, upon the arrival of the Huron Valley Ambulance, the subject was found talking on the phone.
Parked car hit, no suspects found
A stationary vehicle was hit in a parking lot on Friday around noon. DPS has no suspects.
This Day in Daily History
Dems oppose 'U' nonacademic code of conduct
Nov. 21, 1986 - The Ann Arbor Democratic Party has decided to oppose the University's proposed code of nonacademic conduct, which would include stricter rules on political protest by students.
"Because five out of the University's eight regents are Democrats, I think that they will be very interested in this decision," said Joseph Kraus, a member of the Michigan Student Assembly's Student Rights Committee.
The question of how the University should deal with political dissent by students has been the most hotly debated issue.
The council has still not taken an official stance against sanctions for political dissent, but the decision is expected in the next couple of weeks - a potential major victory for code opponents.
The University may be able to use sanctions or the possibility of sanctions to discourage or prevent campus protests, a move that members of the Ann Arbor Democratic Party oppose.