Psychology dept. hosts student information session

The psychology department and several psychology student groups will jointly present The Big Psych Forum, tonight from 7 to 8 p.m. in Room 1324 of East Hall.

The forum will teach students how to access psychology department resources that can make life easier, happier and more successful. The forum will discuss the psychology honors program, student groups, psychology advising, research opportunities and free tutoring.

Concert aids tsunami victims

A concert featuring Asian musicians will be tomorrow at 7 p.m. in Rackham Auditorium and will fraise money for tsunami victims.

Sponsors of the event include the Centers for South and Southeast Asian Studies, the International Institute and the Department of Asian Languages and Cultures.

A $5 contribution from students and a $10 or higher contribution from others would be appreciated.

Panel discusses job search issues for LGBT students

University faculty will share their advice and experiences about the complexities that Lesbian, Gay and Transgender students may face when searching for a job. The event will be tonight at 5:30 p.m. in the West Conference Room in Rackham.

The event is cosponsored by the Rackham Career Center and the Center for Research on Teaching and Learning. A light dinner will be served. Current graduate students can register for this workshop at



Crime Notes

Water leak found in Yost Ice Arena

A water leak was discovered in Yost Ice Arena on Monday morning, according to the Department of Public Safety. Offices sustained water damages.

Wife finds missing husband nearby

A woman reported that her husband was missing at the School of Dentistry on Monday morning. However, the man was located nearby after a brief search.

No suspects for burnt food in dorm

A Housing security officer located food that was burned in a microwave in West Quad Residence Hall on Monday night. There are no suspects in the case.

Solicitor evades police officer

A caller reported to DPS that a subject was soliciting in Angell Hall on Monday afternoon. Officers were unable to locate the subject.



This Day In Daily History

Jan. 26, 1984 — Attorneys for an Ann Arbor couple charged with holding two men as slaves for 16 years said the couple did not keep the men against their will.

This case is Michigan’s first slavery case in more than 60 years.

Ike Kozminski, his wife Marguerite and their son, John were each charged with one count of conspiracy to violate civil rights and two counts of involuntary servitude.

U.S. District Attorney Virginia Morgan said the two men had been physically beaten, deprived of food and clothing and stripped of their dignity.

But defense attorney Ivan Barris said both workers were provided with social security and covered by insurance.

The two workers, Robert Fulmer and Louis Molitoris, both mentally retarded, worked for the Kozminskis from 1967 until they were removed from the Kozminskis’ farm in late August by officials from the State Department of Social Services.




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