Symposium on helping the poor

What: A conference featuring philosophy, public health and public policy faculty
Who: The Institute for the Humanities
When: Today from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Where: Forum Hall

Lecture from U.N. executive

What: A lecture by the former chief executive of the United Nations World Food Programme
Who: Catherine Bertini
When: Today at 4 p.m.
Where: 1120 Weill Hall

Lecture about cancer finds

What: A discussion of the progress made in cancer diagnosis and prevention
Who: Department of Human Genetics
When: Today at 4 p.m.
Where: 5915 Buhl Building

Three things you should know today

1 An elementary school teacher in Columbus, Ohio was suspended after she placed tape over the mouth of a 4th grade student who wouldn’t stop talking, the Macon Telegraph reported. The student suffers from attention deficit hypertension disorder.

2 After its 61-49 win over Northwestern yesterday, the Michigan women’s basketball team has won two out of three conference games for the first time in three years. Michigan had just one conference win in the past two seasons combined.
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3 A California doctor pleaded guilty last week to stealing a hand from a cadaver, Reuters reported. He gave the hand to a stripper, who was later caught showing it off in her New Jersey apartment.

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