Dentistry faculty and students give free dental care

There will be a Free Dental Health Day tomorrow from 9 a.m. until noon on the first floor of the School of Dentistry. Dentistry faculty and students will be providing free oral health services to residents of Ann Arbor and the surrounding community.

The clinics will be first-come, first-served, and will include oral cancer screenings, tooth decay examinations, screening x-rays and oral hygiene instructions.

Local march, rally strives for peaceful alternatives

The Ann Arbor Area Committee for Peace and Anti-War Action! groups are sponsoring a peace parade tomorrow at noon. The march will start at the Ann Arbor Federal Building on Liberty Street and 5th Avenue, and continue through downtown ending at the Diag for a rally.

A preliminary march begins at 11:30 a.m. at the Michigan Union. Participants are invited to bring signs, noisemakers and are advised to dress warmly. The parade sponsors hope to create and photograph the world’s largest human peace sign on the Diag at 12:30 p.m. after the march.

Judge to speak about anniversary of court case

John Noonan Jr., a judge on the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, will be the keynote speaker for the Marbury v. Madison 200th Anniversary Conference. He speaks in 250 Hutchins Hall in the Law School today at 5 p.m.

The conference, sponsored by the Michigan Law Review, runs through tomorrow and Sunday.

Free films to be shown for Black History Month

There will be a free showing of the films “Up Town Saturday Night” starring Bill Cosby and “Let’s Do It Again” with Sidney Poitier today at 6 p.m. in the Wedge Room of West Quad Residence Hall. The double feature is part of the ongoing activities at the University for Black History Month.

Professor to host discussion on gender studies

Prof. Jitka Maleckova will host a roundtable discussion titled “Gender Studies in Eastern Europe,” a discussion of gender scholarship, in 2239 Lane Hall on Monday at noon.

Maleckova is a board member of the Gender Studies program at Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic, and wrote the book “Fertile Soil: Women Serve the Nation.”

Wheelchair rugby exhibition at the Sports Coliseum

Students Take on Paralysis and the University Mentorship Program will put on a demonstration game of wheelchair rugby, nicknamed “Murderball,” at the Sports Coliseum Sunday at 1 p.m.

Spectators will get a chance to try out this unique sport after the game.

Einstein, Picasso to meet in RC performance

The Residential College Players will perform Steve Martin’s “Picasso at the Lapin Agile” in the RC Auditorium in East Quad Residence Hall today and tomorrow at 8 p.m.

The show depicts a fictitious meeting between Einstein and Picasso set in a Parisian caf

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