Swing dancing lessons and open dance in Union
Michigan Union Arts and Programs will have swing dance lessons from 7:30 to 11:30 tonight. Lessons for beginners will take place in the first hour, followed by an hour of lessons for intermediate dancers. The last two hours will be for open dancing. Lessons will alternate between East Coast and Lindy Hop swing. Cost is $3 for students and $4 for non-students. No experience or partner necessary.
Doctor to lecture on gender and child care
Marlena Michelle Studer, a doctor who has conducted interviews with 50 couples living in southeastern Michigan who are expecting children, will discuss how men and women’s goals and long-term plans pertain to their efforts to decide how to share child care responsibilities. The lecture will take place at the Center for the Education of Women at 330 E. Liberty St., tomorrow from noon to 1 p.m. Call 998-7080 for more information.
Panel focuses on impact of race on body image
A panel discussing the impact of race and ethnicity on images of the body will be held today at 5 p.m. at the William Monroe Trotter House lounge. The panel, titled “Body Image: All Shapes and Shades,” is sponsored by the Health Promotion and Community Relations Department of University Health Service. All students are invited to attend, and food and drinks will be served.
Student’s room key glued into lock
A resident of West Quad Residence Hall called the Department of Public Safety because his key was glued into the lock of his room Monday afternoon. DPS has no suspects.
Tommy Hilfiger jacket, MP3 player stolen from CCRB
A Tommy Hilfiger jacket with a Casio MP3 player, Mcard and keys was stolen from the Central Campus Recreation Building Monday evening, according to DPS reports. The jacket and its contents were left unatteended on a court between 6:30 and 7:30 p.m. DPS has no suspects.
Drunken person found sleeping in residence hall
A drunken person was found sleeping in East Quad Residence Hall at 9:47 p.m. Monday, according to DPS reports. The person was awoken and escorted off campus.
This Day in Daily History
SAPAC struggles with high number of assault reports
Dec. 8, 1992 — The number of sexual assaults reported to the University’s Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center were so high in 1992 that a small backlog of cases waiting for counseling developed, former SAPAC Director Debi Cain said. There were 56 incidents reported in the fall term alone.
Cain said that the increase in reported incidents was not necessarily because of increased sexual assaults on campus but that “more people are coming forward.”
Some SAPAC volunteers said victims were reporting incidents that took place seven to eight years earlier because they did not know there were help centers at the time.
An article on Page 1 of yesterday’s Daily should have said Jayne Brownell is the director of the student academic affairs for LSA undergraduates.
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