McIntosh Theater to hold chamber music performance

The School of Music is sponsoring the concert “Chamber Winds” today. The performance will take place in the McIntosh Theatre of the E.V. Moore Building at 8 p.m. tonight. There is no cost to attend. For more information visit www.music.umich.edu or call 763-4726.

‘Stop Blaming Columbus’ to be performed for free

The opera “Stop Blaming Columbus” will be featured tonight at 8 p.m. in the Duderstadt Center. The event is sponsored by the School of Music and is free of charge. Other showings will be at 8 p.m. tonight and Saturday.

Grad student fair to be held in Union

The Michigan Union and the Michigan Union Bookstore will be holding a Grad Fair to provide a one-stop opportunity for graduating seniors to find everything they need for graduation. Students will be able to join the Alumni Association, buy their caps and gowns and order their class rings and graduation invitations. The fair will take place on the ground floor of the Michigan Union from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

 

Crime Notes

Assault on State St results in no police report

A subject reported to the Department of Public Safety that he was walking at State Street and William Street when an unknown person assaulted him Wednesday. The subject told DPS that he did not want to file a report.

‘U’ Hospital issues prescriptions to dead patients

A University Hospital doctor was contacted by the pharmacy audit department of Medco, a prescription benefit management company, with a list of 12 patient prescriptions that looked suspicious. The doctor told DPS that he did not write any of the prescriptions and that a couple of the “patients” are deceased.

Mysterious liquid reported to DPS, found to be water

A custodian at the Electrical Engineering building reported to DPS yesterday that there was some type of liquid coming from underneath a door. The spill was later investigated by the Occupational Safety and Environmental Health Department and identified as water.

 

This Day In Daily History

Duderstadt picked as College of Engineering dean

March 11, 1981 — Future University President James Duderstadt, then professor of nuclear engineering, was selected as dean of the College of Engineering, Vice President for Academic Affairs Bill Frye announced.

Duderstadt would later be named provost and vice president for academic affairs in 1986, and was appointed president of the University in 1988.

During his tenure, which lasted until 1996, Duderstadt crafted and enacted the Michigan Mandate, a ground breaking strategic effort to increase the diversity of the University’s student body.

 

Corrections

A photo caption on page 5 of Wednesday’s edition of the Daily should have said RC alum Devon Dupay and LSA sophomore Anna Rose Kessler Moore, front, rehearse a scene with the rest of the cast.

 

 

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