Nobel laureate to speak on quantum mechanics

Anthony Legget, the winner of the 2003 Nobel Prize in Physics will give the University’s annual Ta-You Wu Lecture in Physics today.

Legget, a University of Illinois physics professor will talk about the ongoing issues in understanding quantum mechanics. The lecture will be held at 4:10 p.m. in the fourth floor amphitheater in Rackham auditorium. The lecture is a part of the Physics Department’s theme semester which is devoted to Albert Einstein.

Learn meditation techniques at the Michigan League

To help students better cope with stress from schoolwork, the University Unions Arts & Programs is holding an event to teach students meditation techniques.

The event will be held today in the Michigan League Henderson Room at 6 p.m.

Spanish author to discuss book writing process

Ignacio Carrion, a Spanish author and 1995 Nadal Prize Winner, will speak at the University today on his writing process in crafting his most recent book, “Diaries: 1961-2001.”

The discussion will be held on the fourth floor commons of the Modern Languages Building at 4 p.m.


Crime notes

Drunken subject found harrassing females

On Sunday night, The Department of Public Safety recieved a call that an intoxicated subject was harassing females in the Michigan Union Underground. The subject, who was not affliated with the University, was transported to a hospital by a Huron Valley ambulance.

Laptop stolen from third floor of Graduate library

A caller reported that someone stole his laptop from the third floor of Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library on Sunday evening.

The victim said he left his laptop alone for 20 seconds but returned to find his computer missing. He reported no suspicious subjects near the area. DPS has no suspects.

Caller asks subject for credit card numbers

A subject reported to DPS that he received a suspicous telephone call, which the caller asked personal questions about his credit card information.

The subject then canceled his credit cards, as he discovered someone attempted to change his card infromation.


This Day In Daily History

Preachers talk, but few students are listening in

Oct. 19, 1987 – Mike Caulk isn’t afraid to call you a whore.

“You are all whores and whore mongers,” Caulk said to a crowd of students the other day.

But he has an agenda. A sacred one in fact. A preacher, he along with other Diag evangelists plead, urge and downright insult students every trip they make to the University in their religious mission to Christinize the campus student body.

“Sir, you are the kind of person who would rape a young girl if you had the oppotunity,” screamed one preacher who wouldn’t give his name as he waved a cane at a passing student.

But are students listening? LSA senior Francine Berman says most likely not.

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