Gargoyle Humor Magazine to hold mass meeting

The Gargoyle Humor Magazine will be having its Critical-Mass Meeting today at 7 p.m. in the Student Publication building located at 420 Maynard St. Anyone who is interested is encouraged to stop in and visit.


Visiting artist will display sculpture made of bread

Lloyd Hall Scholars Program’s visiting artist, Beili Liu, has created a delicious addition to the art world. The artist has made a site-specific sculpture, “Breadth” in the DineArts gallery located in the Dining Room of Alice Lloyd Residence Hall. Beili’s work is composed of individual slices of bread from 500 loaves. The artist will be presenting her work to the general public today from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Alice Lloyd dining room.


Society of Physics Students to hold meeting today

The Society of Physics Students will be holding its first meeting of the year today at West Hall, room 337, at 6:15 p.m. for prospective physics students and incoming students that are new to the organization. At 7 p.m., the meeting will continue with all returning members. Various items will be discussed, including theme semester happenings, the upcoming breakfast with Jocelyn Bell Burnell and department-sponsored tutoring sessions for introductory physics courses.


Crime Notes

Parking pass stolen, suspect not yet charged

On Tuesday, a University parking pass was stolen from a vehicle in a parking lot at 1100 block of the West Medical Center. A Department of Public Safety officer found a stolen parking permit in someone else’s car, which was found at 12:20 p.m., nearly an hour after the crime was committed. The owner of the car with the stolen parking permit was interviewed. Until the Washtenaw County Prosecutor’s Office sees grounds for a warrant of arrest, the owner won’t be charged with larceny, according to DPS.


Laptop stolen from Hatcher Graduate Library, no suspects

On Tuesday, a laptop was stolen in the Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library at 9:56 p.m. The incident took place in the third-floor stacks. The Sony laptop was left unattended. There are no suspects at this time according to the Department of Public Safety.


This Day In Daily History

Students gather and hold vigil for world peace

Sept. 14, 1983

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