Event focuses on teaching illiterate people about HIV
The Center for Afroamerican and African Studies will host an event to teach illiterate persons about HIV prevention. The event is especially designed for youth and will be held at noon today in room 4701 Haven Hall.
Contemporary songs performed at a cappella concert
The Sopranos All-Female A Cappella Fall Concert will be 8 p.m. today in 1360 East Hall. Tickets are $5 for students and $8 for adults and will be sold at the door. Among other songs, the girls will perform Cindy Lauper’s “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” and India Arie’s “Complicated Melody.”
History profs to lead discussion on women, gender
Titled “Woman, Gender, Queer, Archive: Two perspectives,” a workshop will be led by two history department professors today in 1014 Tisch Hall. After offering their views, participants will debate and discuss the topics. Admission to the event is free, and lunch will be served.
Bus scrapes top of car, no one injured in accident
A caller reported to the Department of Public Safety that he saw a bus scrape the top of a car on the 200 block of Zina Pitcher Place on Wednesday. No one was injured.
Caller allegedly groped by hospital employee
A caller reported being harassed by a University Hospital employee Wednesday night, according to DPS. The caller claimed to have been groped improperly.
The hospital employee was arrested and taken to the Washtenaw County Jail.
Hospital employee tries to avoid parking payment
A University Hospital security official called DPS to report fraudulent activities. A hospital employee reportedly stamped his parking ticket but did not pay for parking.
This Day in Daily History
Student group signs on Diag stolen, vandalized
Dec. 3, 1982 — A number of destroyed banners and signs promoting various groups on campus caused concern among students.
Many students speculated that competition between groups resulted in the destruction of these banners.
The Union of Students for Israel reported a stolen banner from the Diag. The University Activities Center’s banner advertising the production of “Bye, Bye Birdie” was also reported missing.
Student leaders expressed concerns because of the time spent on these banners, as well as the material costs put into creating them.
An article on Page 1 of Wednesday’s edition of the Daily should have quoted former Michigan Student Assembly Vice President Jennifer Nathan as saying she had neglected her studies for seven semesters.
An article on Page 1A of yesterday’s Daily should have said Joe Jewell is a native of Stevensville, Mich.
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