Wednesday, April 16th
Common Ground for 2014-2015 Student Leaders; 6-8pm, Benz

Monday, April 14th
Detroit Observatory Viewing; 8-9:30pm, Detroit Observatory (next to Couzens Hall)
This is your chance to look through the 1857 Fitz refractor. The Detroit Observatory in Ann Arbor is a 19th century building, so things move at a 19th century pace. You must be able to climb stairs to get to the telescope. Criteria for opening the dome: It must be between 40º and 90º F, less than 80% humidity, and less than 10% chance of rain. We prefer less than 50% cloud cover, though that depends on the clouds (thin vs. thick) and what's out. Get updates on the Detroit Observatory Viewing Nights website, or look for the Detroit Observatory on Facebook.

Tuesday, April 15th
ACLU presents: The Case for Affirmative Action; 7-8:30pm, Rackham Amphitheater
Featured Guest: Mark Fancher, ACLU of Michigan Racial Justice Staff Attorney

Thursday, April 17th
Education Inequality; 6-7:30pm, The Merit Store (1113 S. University)
A panel discussion about the effects of inequality in high school education on college readiness, followed by Q&A. Presented by Merit.

Deaf Jam Screening; 7:30pm, Great Lakes Central Room (Palmer Commons)
Deaf Jam is a documentary that follows a deaf student, Aneta, at a New York high school as she explores her identity and practices ASL poetry to compete in a “hearing” slam poetry competition. Discussion to follow film, time permitting.

14th Annual Latin@ Culture Show; 7-9pm, Mendelssohn Theatre
Neo Latinidad: La Fuerza Imparable. Tickets now on sale at the Union Ticketoffice or you can contact latinocultureshow.core@umich.edu.

Friday, April 18th
Student Job Fair UM Libraries;1-4pm, Gallery Room (Grad Library)
Are you a student looking for Spring/Summer and/or Fall 2014 employment? Are you interested in a flexible work schedule that accommodates your class schedule? Please join us if you are interested in working in the University of Michigan Library system. Potential work locations include the Hatcher-Shapiro Libraries, the Fine Arts Library, the Museums Library, the Music Library and the Duderstadt Center. No registration is required to attend this student job fair.

There are a variety of work study and non workstudy positions available including:
Staffing Customer Service and Information Desks, Shelving, Document retrieval, Instructional Technology consultants, Programmer/Analysts, Publishing Marketing assistants, Project assistants, Peer Information Counselors.