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Week of June 24, 2013

Old school: U-M in History

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A woman dances amidst a crowd at a free concert in Ann Arbor in the 1970s. 
— From John and Leni Sinclair Papers, Courtesy Bentley Historical Library

This month in history (18 years ago)

The excimer laser, already used with promising results in Canada, Australia, Germany and elsewhere to correct nearsightedness and astigmatism, made its debut at the Kellogg Eye Center. Kellogg became the only center in Michigan and one of 20 nationwide testing the latest model for the treatment of corneal scarring and mild-to-moderate myopia (nearsightedness). —  The University Record

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Pat Greeley, facilities manager, College of Pharmacy, on his job: “I really enjoy working with the students and I like being a part of their education.”

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“Isamu Noguchi and Qi Baishi: Beijing 1930,” presented through Sept. 1 at the U-M Museum of Art.

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