Information forum brings 100 grad schools to campus

Students can meet with more than 100 graduate schools from
across the country to explore options, get application information
and ask about financial aid today from 2 to 6 p.m. in the Michigan
Union. Visit the Career Center’s homepage, www.cpp.umich.edu,
for a list of schools and programs scheduled to attend.

Meeting offers students tips on MIP citations

The Michigan Student Assembly will hold a “townhall
meeting” to provide students with information on how to avoid
getting minors-in-possession-of-alcohol citations today at 6 p.m.
in room 3909 of the Michigan Union.

Doug Lewis, director of Student Legal Services, will be on hand
to answer questions students may have about MIPs. Free pizza and
soda will be available.

Student debate previews tonight’s presidential
clash

The American Movement for Israel, along with the College
Democrats and College Republicans, will be hosting a bi-partisan
foreign policy debate and presidential debate viewing party tonight
in anticipation of tonight’s third and final presidential
debate on domestic issues. The event will be held from 7:30 to 11
p.m. at University Hillel.

‘Saved by the Bell’ creator to discuss hit TV
show

Peter Engel, the creator of hit TV show “Saved by the
Bell,” will hold a lecture and discussion today in room 1270
of Davidson Hall from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Engel has recently been
working on NBC’s show “Last Comic Standing,”
which attempts to find the funniest person in America.

 

Crime Notes

Wallet stolen from residence hall

A wallet was taken from a room in Coman House of Vera Baits II
Residence Hall Monday night, according to reports from the
Department of Public Safety. DPS has no suspects in the case.

Caller concerned with fire from July

A caller reported to DPS on Monday an ethanol fire which
occurred in July. The caller extinguished the fire with an office
fire extinguisher and Occupational Safety and Environmental Health
was notified at the time.

 

This Day in Daily history

400 protest the suspension of chemistry prof

October 13, 1972 — Marching from the Diag to the Chemistry
Building, 400 protesters comprised of students and faculty demanded
the University revoke its suspension of chemistry Prof. Mark
Green.

Green was barred from teaching days earlier after playing a
slide-show condemning the Vietnam War during his Organic Chemistry
class.

In support of Green, professors across the University also began
showing the slide-show in protest of the suspension. Along with the
400 protesters, 100 protesters also marched to LSA Dean Frank
Robert’s office.

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