City celebrates reopening of Broadway Bridges
The city of Ann Arbor will celebrate the completion of the
Broadway Bridges reconstruction projects today at 6 p.m.
The celebration will include a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the
top of Broadway Park at 10 a.m.
Film criticizes U.S. media coverage of Middle East
The Ann Arbor Middle East Film Society will be screening a film
that exposes how powerful elites from the United States exert
influence over news reports about Middle East conflicts.
“Peace, Propaganda & the Promised Land: U.S. Media
& the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict” combines American and
British TV news clips with observations of analysts, journalists
and political activists.
The film will be playing Sunday at noon and 2 p.m. at the
Michigan Theater Screening Room.
University seeks feedback on free MRide bus program
Beginning January 23, 2005 the Ann Arbor Transportation
Authority will make changes and additions to its service routes on
campus in an attempt to improve service. The University requests
that students send input on the changes to Director of Parking and
Transportation Dave Miller at email@example.com by Sept. 28.
Students can also meet with AATA and University officials
Monday, 2 to 5 p.m. at 2315 Towsley Center; Thursday, 4 to 7 p.m.
in the Crofoot Room of the Michigan Union; Sept. 28, from 2 to 5
p.m. in Room 4 of the Michigan League; and Sept. 29, from 3 to 6
p.m. in the atrium of Pierpoint Commons.
Hot dog vendor escorted off University property
The Department of Public Safety filed an incident report on
Wednesday regarding a hot dog vendor who was removed from Bonisteel
Boulevard on North Campus. The vendor’s permit was not valid
and had expired.
Machines worth $36,000 stolen from hospital
The University Hospital filed a report with DPS of three stolen
ultrasound machines Wednesday. Each machine is valued at
Student reports stolen Mcard from South Quad
DPS reports show a student who reported her Mcard stolen from
South Quad Residence Hall. The student said she left her Mcard on
her tray while she went to get a beverage. When she returned, her
Mcard was missing.
THIS DAY IN DAILY HISTORY
Integration of gay and lesbian issues cited for
Sept. 17, 1991 — A University committee formed to study
the status of gay s and lesbians recommended the integration of
homosexual issues into the school’s curriculum.
The eight-person committee, commissioned by the Affirmative
Action Office, released its report titled “From Invisibility
to Inclusion: Opening the Doors for Lesbians and Gay Men at the
University of Michigan”
To complete the report, the committee surveyed members of the
gay and lesbian community about their experiences on campus. They
also asked University members to describe their perceptions toward
The report also recommended modifying the diversity course
requirement to include issues of homosexuality.