Campus notes

Rally decrying violence against women to be held

University Women Against Rape will sponsor a Take Back the Night
rally on the Diag tonight at 7 p.m. The rally will be Ann Arbor’s
24th annual march and rally against sexualized violence.

Speaker discusses fundamentalism, gender in India

Manisha Gupta, founder of a community-based Indian women’s
organization called Masum, will speak in room 2239 of Lane Hall
today at noon. Her speech is titled “Gender and Fundamentalism: The
Rise of the Hindu Right in India.”

Princeton prof talks on the prevention of terrorism

Princeton University public and international affairs Prof.
Frank von Hippel will give a speech titled “Preventing Nuclear
Terrorism” in the Pierpont Commons East Room Monday at 4 p.m.

Lecture focuses on proteomics, genomics

Internal medicine, human genetics and public health Prof. Gil
Omenn will speak on genomics and proteomics in room 100 of Hutchins
Hall Sunday at 4 p.m. His speech will focus on new perspectives on
human cancers and continue the ongoing series of lectures
discussing recent developments in the life sciences.

Recital features chamber music

There will be a chamber music recital performance in Britton
Recital Hall today at 8 p.m. The program features Arthur Greene,
Solomia Soroka and Suren Bagratuni. The recital will include
Tchaikovsky’s Trio.

Brazilian artist gives interview on campus

Brazilian pop artist Daniela Mercury will give a public
interview in room 1636 in the School of Social Work Building today
at 4 p.m. The interview will be followed by a reception in the
gallery. The interview is sponsored by the University Music Society
and the department of Latin America and Carribbean Studies.

Cantonese film features ex-convict, depicts criminal life

The Center for Chinese Studies is holding a movie screening of
“Fallen Angels” in Angell Hall Auditorium A today at 8 p.m.

The movie is in Cantonese with English subtitles and is set in
modern day Hong Kong. The movie features an ex-convict and contract
killer, woven together in “ultra-hip” cinematography.

Talk addresses dark matter of physics

Physics Prof. Katie Freese will give a speech on dark matter and
dark energy in cosmology in room 170 of the Dennison Building
tomorrow at 10:30 a.m. The speech will focus on what dark matter is
and explore the dark energy that causes the expansion of the
universe to accelerate.

Montevardi, Handal performed by ensemble

The Early Music Ensemble will perform in the Blanche Anderson
Moore Hall tomorrow at 4 p.m. Their program will include works by
Handel and Monteverdi.

Prof discusses man-made fiber at talk

Occupational medicine Prof. James Lockey from the University of
Cincinnati will give a lecture on the health effects of man-made
vitreous fibers in room M1112 in the School of Public Health
Building II today at 1 p.m.

Lockey has worked on numerous studies regarding man-made fibers
and respiratory morbidity.

– Compiled by Daily Staff Reporter Emily Kraack.

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