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News Briefs

Regents to meet April 21

The Board of Regents will hold its monthly meeting at 2 p.m. April 21 in the Regents Room of the Fleming Administration Building. Public comments will follow at 3:30 p.m.

People with disabilities who wish to attend the meeting and need assistance should contact the Office of the Vice President and Secretary of the University in advance at (734) 764-3883.

Residential Life and Learning report online

The full report of the Presidential Task Force on Residential Life and Learning: Building on Michigan Tradition is now available online. To read the recommendations for transforming residence life at U-M, go to:

Members of the task force have developed a broad vision for the University that connects academic and residential life, encourages personal and intellectual development, and promotes engagement in the broader community (see story at Questions or comments about the report can be sent to:

AATA's Link service to stop April 30

The Ann Arbor Transit Authority's Link downtown circulator buses will stop running regular service April 30 unless new funding is secured to return it to service in the fall, the authority recently announced. The pilot was launched in August 2003. The Link will be in operation during the four days local streets will be closed during the fairs, July 20-23.

Record publication schedule to change after April 25 issue

The University Record will publish its final weekly issue of the academic year April 25. The spring/summer schedule will be May 9 and 23, June 13 and 27, July 11 and 25 and Aug. 15. We will resume our weekly schedule in September. Departments are encouraged to e-mail their news items, accolades and events early during the week of April 18 to for publication April 25.

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