MSA Advice Online website back up

The Advice Online website — run by the Michigan Student Assembly — is now available online. The site, which provides student course evaluations, had been down for one year due to technical problems. Currently, a file must be downloaded to view the information, though the site says a searchable index will be available in the fall. Advice Online was created in 1997 to aid students in selecting courses.

Concert to feature Asian instruments

“A Concert of Traditional and Hybrid Music for Asian and Western Musical Instruments,” will take place tonight at 8 p.m. in the Britton Recital Hall located inside the E.V. Moore Building. The concert will showcase the musical talent of resident artists Mei Han, Randy Raine-Reusch and other music students. For more info go to www.music.umich.edu.

Physics prof to lecture at Dennison Saturday morning

This Saturday morning at 10:30 a.m. in Room 170 of the Dennison Building there will be a lecture on solar neutrinos by physics Prof. Tim Chupp. He will speak on the problem and solution facing solar neutrinos. The event is free and sponsored by the Department of Physics.

Library to display WWII sketches

Artist Jack Keenan’s World War II sketches will be displayed at the William L. Clements Library today from 1:00 to 4:45 p.m. A meet-the-artist reception will be held from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. The sketches record the career of a Master Sergeant under General George C. Patton.

 

Crime Notes

Microscope broken at G.G. Brown lab

A caller reported to the Department of Public Safety that someone accidentally damaged a microscope in G.G. Brown lab yesterday. The estimated damage is $4,000.

Money stolen from office in MoJo

A caller reported to DPS that $5.25 was taken form a security office in the Mosher-Jordan Residence Hall yesterday. A report has been filed.

 

This Day in Daily History

Ohio students riot because of food

April 15, 1958 — Ohio University students rioted after dinner was served because of “dissatisfaction over the food,” according to police in Athens, Ohio. Students stormed out of the dining hall marching throughout the campus, shouting and throwing oranges, eggs, milk containers, pop bottles and other small objects.

From upper windows of women’s resident halls, female students waived panties. After housemothers ordered the doors to be locked, about 20 male students forced open the doors and climbed in second-story windows.

On their march through campus, and later downtown Athens, students uprooted bushes and small trees in front of campus buildings and faculty members’ homes. When over 1,000 students assembled at the main gate, the police used tear gas to break up rioters.

 

Corrections

Ohio students riot because of food

April 15, 1958 — Ohio University students rioted after dinner was served because of “dissatisfaction over the food,” according to police in Athens, Ohio. Students stormed out of the dining hall marching throughout the campus, shouting and throwing oranges, eggs, milk containers, pop bottles and other small objects.

From upper windows of women’s resident halls, female students waived panties. After housemothers ordered the doors to be locked, about 20 male students forced open the doors and climbed in second-story windows.

On their march through campus, and later downtown Athens, students uprooted bushes and small trees in front of campus buildings and faculty members’ homes. When over 1,000 students assembled at the main gate, the police used tear gas to break up rioters.

 

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