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John Edwards to Speak On Campus Friday

26. October 2005 • Rob Goodspeed
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Former Senator and Vice Presidential candidate John Edwards will speak on campus this Friday as the Grand Finale of a two week “Opportunity Rocks” campus tour promoting anti-poverty issues and advocacy.

Opportunity Rocks Rally with John Edwards
Friday October 28th, 11:30 a.m.
University of Michigan Diag

The event is free and open to the public but the organizers request you obtain a ticket from the Opportunity Rocks website. They will also be collecting nonperishable food items to donate to Second Harvest.

Opportunity Rocks is a new, nonpartisan student group on campus that seeks to engage students in community service and advocate policies that expand opportunity for people living in poverty. Email Alicia (aliciabe at umich.edu) or Libby (ebenton at umich.edu) for more information.



  1. ps, still having problems with pop-ups. did anybody figure out what was going on with that?
       —kelli    Oct. 27 '05 - 12:16PM    #
  2. I took the hit counters off briefly. We have a web stats package that kinda sucks (doesn’t show unique visitors, for example) so the free counters provide some interesting stats. I’m pretty sure they’re the source of the pop-ups. Please let me know if you experience a pop-up or pop-under ad on the site, to disprove this theory.

    When I move this site over to the new web host (happening soon, I think), I’ll install a good stats package and ditch the “free” counters for good, whether they’re the culprit or not.
       —Scott Trudeau    Oct. 27 '05 - 05:33PM    #
  3. You need Mint.
       —eston    Oct. 27 '05 - 05:35PM    #
  4. Someone should ask Eddie about his new Wall Street gig, cf. “John Edwards Hits the Street” at

    http://www.businessweek.com/bwdaily/dnflash/oct2005/nf20051013_3314_db016.htm ,

    with notes like

    ”...BusinessWeek has learned that Edwards has signed up to work for the New York-based private investment concern Fortress Investment Group as a part-time
    senior advisor. As such, he will be “providing support in developing investment opportunities worldwide and strategic advice on global economic issues,” says Edwards spokesperson Kim Rubey. Fortress declined to comment about hiring
    Edwards….”

    Whassup?

    (I may not be there tomorrow, but someone else can ask…)
       —David Boyle    Oct. 27 '05 - 08:28PM    #