Author speaks on engaged citizens at bookstore
Author Harry Boyte will speak at Shaman Drum Bookshop today as
he demonstrates how community activities reconnect citizens to
engaged, responsible public life on a daily basis. Boyte recently
wrote “Everyday Politics: Reconnecting Citizens and Public
Life.” The speech starts at 4 pm.
Get to know the Graduate Library with a free tour
Students can sign up for a free tour of the Harlan Hatcher
Graduate Library and familiarize yourself with the resources
available at University libraries. Students can meet with guides in
the North lobby of the library on the first floor. The tour will
take place today from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m.
Speech to focus on Japanese women
Kazue Muta will give a lecture titled “Sexual Harassment
and Empowerment of Women: The Progress and Problems of the Policies
in Japan.” The speech will take place from 3:30 to 5 p.m. in
room 2239 of Lane Hall today.
Ticket Office loses vegetation, door in theft
The Department of Public Safety filed an incident report on
Tuesday regarding two planters stolen from the rear of the Hartwig
Athletic Ticket Office on State Street on Monday night or Tuesday
morning. The door of the building was also smashed in. DPS
currently has no suspects.
Greek Life office computer missing
DPS filed an incident report Tuesday afternoon regarding a
laptop computer stolen from the Office of Greek Life in the
Michigan Union. The computer was stolen Monday between 7:30 and 9
p.m. DPS has no suspects.
Alert staff nabs videotaped thief in hospital
Tuesday afternoon a person was caught stealing from the seventh
floor of C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital. Staff members nabbed
the person and reported to DPS that they have video tape of the
individual stealing both on Tuesday and yesterday.
THIS DAY IN DAILY HISTORY
Sept. 16, 1971
A Central Student Judiciary trial began to inquire into the
actions of members of the activist group Students for a Democratic
Allegedly, SDS members “locked-in” a group of DuPont
recruiters in the West Engineering Building by crowding the hallway
and preventing the recruiter from reaching his interviews.
University Security Officer Russell Downing reported that “75
to 100 came in one group and completely filled the
The group faced a four month suspension from student government
and a $250 fine for their actions.