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The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 6, 1984





inistraton Building - This
n brick building houses
e University's higher
aking it the first building
S invaded during student
M ybe that's why the win-
machine gun turrents.
e Lloyd Hall - The East
a Dorms, Alice Lloyd also
Pilot Program, an alter-
o gular University.
Center - Trying to look
eli as old, the angular
itonly partially succeeds.
argest body of alumni inr
t University can do what it
Seum - It may say Alum-
ve the door, but this is
a art museum. Though on
this museum has hosted
ng from Japanese art to
inci paintings.
Hall - This imposing
inates State Street. Most
have at least a third of
s in this building. It also
ral LSA departments and
St both Haven and Mason
Agel Auditorium Unit -
: suld get to know where this
Not only will you probably
ew lectures in here, but film
regularly show movies in Aud.
on Memorial Tower - The
_? re on campus. Known for
1time like Big Ben and for
s played on its carillon by
ch ool of Business Ad-
n -- Home of MBAs and
- where, this is where the
execs of tomorrow dream
t eurial ventures.
Little Science Building -
r .verage University building
a former University
ntral Campus Recreation
'A hen school is too much to
ooks like those trips to the
re getting the best of you,
ers space to swim, run, or
tsions away.
temity Building - It's easy
his building on your way
"fut be cautious and watch
" Danger - Radioactive
in Use" signs.
ennison Physics and
° uilding -- Cavernous
alt those taking in-
sics and astronomy.
those who perservere,
ntimate classrooms on
of Dentistry-This ram-
Ibrick building was built
te old dentistry school
Sa torn down. In the.
rard stands a mondern-
o flossing, nicknamed
; ngineering - A quirky
th a ton of style wasted

on Engineering students.
27 - East Quadrangle - An in-
dividualistic dorm that prides itself on
its unique nature. The Residential
College is located here and can be held
almost fully responsible.
29 - School of Education - Recently
gutted by the administration, the ed.
school is now trying to valiantly rebuild
30 - Exhibit Museum - The resting
place for a lot of interesting things, e.g.
stuffed animals, ancient bones, and
some rocks. A fine place for that impor-
tant first date.
33 - Frieze Building - A truly un-
pleasant looking building that houses
the Trueblood Theatre and the rest of
the theater departments.
34 - Graduate Library - There are
tales that say every year incoming
freshpersons come walking innocently
into the labyrinth of the North Stacks
and are never seen again. A truly mar-
velous place to feel suffocated by the
35 - Haven Hall - One of the rear
buildings of the Angell Hall complex
that contains department and
professors' offices.
36 - Health Services Building -
There are those who claim that you
should go here only when you aren't
sick. But you're paying big bucks each
term for fairly comprehensive medical
coverage, so why not use it even if the
lines are long.
38 - Hill Auditorium - The stories
this building could tell. From Elton
John to Joe Jackson, Stokley Car-
michael to Jane Fonda, the
Philadelphia Orchestra to Peter Tosh,
all have played this grand but intimate
49 - Law Library - "You walk in
here with a mind full of mush, you'll
leave thinking like a lawyer." If ever
people romanticized The Law all out of
proportion, the imposing cathedral-like
air of the reading room is their dreams
come true.
50 - Law Quadrangle - Based
loosely on the great schools of England,
this quad is home to law students of
good breeding.
52 - LSA Building - An oddly
colored orange building across from
Angell Hall. On the main floor is the
cashiers office, the place where they
take all of your money. All of it.
53 - Lorch Hall - Once the original
Architecture and Desigr Building and
the late site of CRISP. Cinema Guild
has been showing classic films in the
main auditorium for the past 30 years.
57 - Mary Markely Hall - A dorm
for the masses. Small rooms and miles
of corridors make for a truly
memorable freshman year.
58 -' Mason Hall - Another adjunct
to the Angell Hall complex. This one
contains many classrooms used by
almost every department in LSA.
60 - Michigan League - A grand
building in the old style. With large
banquet halls that are available for
weddings, this is also the home of the
Professional Theater Program and the

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Lydia Mendelssohn Theater.
61 - Michigan Union - The center of
campus life. MSA calls the Union its
home, as do many other campus
organizations, the billiards room,
Campus Information Center, the U-
Club, and the MUG.
62 - Modern Languages Building -
Unless you're a BGS major, you're
going to have to make the trek out to the
MLB for four terms of foreign
langauge. At night the main
auditoriums host film societies.
66 - Natural Science Building - By
night the stuffy and uncomfortable lec-
ture hall hosts campus films, by day
chemistry professors. It's hard to say
which is worse.

69 - North University Building - An
unassuming building that would be
completely unimportant if it wasn't the
location of the central campus com-
puting center affectionately known as
NUBS. Around dawn, except to see
zoned-out programmers trying to re-
adjust to the real world while walking
home from their terminals.
79 - Power Center For The Perfor-
ming Arts - What might have been a
very attractive houte couture center
turned out to be just another over-
priced theater. Still, the big acts come
here, so why shouldn't you?
83 - Rackham Building - Another'
very, very posh auditorium that usually
only books the best of the best.

88 - South Quadrangle - Neither the
most southern nor a true quadrangle,
SQ is known as a rowdy's dream come
true, a reputation obviously cooked up
by West Quadies.
90 - Students Activities Building -
The Housing and Financial Aid offices
are located here, which makes the
building another prime target for
student revolution. But wait, the
revolution has begun. From the
basement of the SAB, Radio Free Ann
Arbor, WCBN and WJJX, are the sole
voices of liberty.
91 - Student Publications Building -
A glorious building on Maynard that
houses The Michiganensian, the
Gargoyle, and the award-winning, con-

troversial, completely student-run
newspaper, The Michigan Daily.
96 - Undergraduate Library - An
ugli building. In the evening this libraty
turns into a greek-preppy study heaven.
Need we say any more? 1
97 - University Cellar - After get-
ting kicked out of the Union for refusing
to pay higher rents, the 'U' Cellar tidw
finds itself out on Liberty Street. A gdbd
selection of materials, a well-organized
book rush, and a fine classical record
section are highlights.
100 - West Quadrangle - The rear
annex of the Union is the University's
most attractive dorm. But how good
can dorm life be anyway?

Extra-curricular activities abound

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here at the University.
fall types, ranging from
to ivist, from recreational
ou are encouraged to
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pick up an application at
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a great way to enrich
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Bursley Board of Governors By-Laws Comm.
Bursley Family
Bursley Hall Athletic Cmmittee
Bursley Hall Publicity Committee
Bursley Store/Snack Bar
Bush House Council
Business Women, Michigan
Business Forum on Social Issues
CAMEO-Couzens Active Minority Ethnic Org.
Campus Crusade for Christ
Campus Films
Campus Light
Al-Campus Orchestra
Can terb ury
Canterbury Friends
Chabad House
Chalk and Cheese Colloquium
Chemical Society
Chemical Society, Graduate
Chess Club
Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship
Chi Epsilon
Chicano Graduate Student Assocation
Chicano Psychology Assocation
Chicanos at Michigan
Chinese Bible Class, Ann Arbor
Chinese Student Assocation
Chinese Student Union
Chinese Students Christian Fellowship
Christian Engineers, Society of
Christian Fellowship, Michigan
Christian Outreach, University
Christian Science Organization
Christian Student Assoc., International
Cinema Guild
Cinema 11
Circle K International
Circus of Conscientious Knowledge
Cit. Against Registration/Draft (CARD)
Citizens Lobby, Michigan
Civil Engineers, American Society of
Climbing Club
Coalition Against Apartheid
Committee on Ethics, Humanism & Medicine
Comm. Conerned with World Hunger
Community Film (COMFILM)
Computer Club
Computer Science Org., Undergraduate
Consider Magazine

Education Forum on Women, RC/EQ
Educational Innovation, Studentsfor-SEI
Egyptian Student Association
Eight mm. Film Festival
Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Ins
Safe Energy Coalition (AASECO)
Engineering Honor Council
,Engineering Science, Society of
Engineering Senior Class
Engineers, Alpha Chapter Professional
Engineers, Techonogy and Awareness
English Assocation, Undergraduate
Entrepreneur Society
Environmental Advocacy Group
Environmental Law Society
Eta Kappa Nu
Family Law Project
Farm Labor Organizing Committe, Support Group
Film Association, Undergraduate
Film Cooperative, Ann Arbor
Financial Management Assocation
Folk Dance Organization
Folklore Society
Foreign Affairs, Students Concerned About
Foresters, American Society of
Free China Student Association
Free University
Friends of Common Ground
Galens Medical Society
Game Club
Gamma Phi Beta Sorority
Gay Liberation Front
Gay Undergraduates
German Culture Club
Gilbert & Sullivan Society
Glee Club, Women's
Go Club
Golden Key National Honor Society
Golden Rose Productions, Friends of
Gospel Choir
Graduate Christian Fellowship
Graduate Employees Organization -GEO
Graduation, the Committe for the
Greek Christian Fellowship
Greek Week 1984
Greenpeace of Ann Arbor
Guild House, Friends of
Hamilton Sanford Wing Gov't/Bursley
Hellenic University Society
Herbaife Nutritional Outreach
Hispanics for Higher Education, Council

Involved in Michigan, Political Action Comm.
Iranian Women in Ann Arbor, Society of
It's Our University - IOU
Japanese Student Club
Jazz Club, Wolverine
Jewish Law Students' Union
Jewish Social Action Coalition
Journal of Economics, Michigan
Juggling & Unicycle Club, Ann Arbor
Kappa Alpha Psi
Kappa Alpha Theta
Kappa Kappa Psi - Honorary Band Fraternity
Korean Christian Fellowship
Korean Student Association
LSA Student Government
Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity
Latin American Culture Project
Latin American Solidarity Committee
Law Students, Lesbian & Gay
Lawyers Guild, National Student Chapter
Les Voyageurs, Society of
Lesbian Network
Lesbian/Gay Rights on Campus (LaGROC)
Let Them Eat Cake Sale
Lewis/Van Duren Wing Government/Bursley
Libertarian League, Ann Arbor
Libraries Assocation, Special
Library Assoc., American/Student Chapter
Library Science Student Organization
Life's Cycle
Lord of Light Lutheran Church
Lowbrow Astronomers, University
MYSTIC-Alice Lloyd Minority Council
Madison Street Entertainment Inc.
Marketing Club, School of Business
Markley Minority Affairs Council
Marxist Group
Mary Markley Staff
Medical Student Council
Metallurgical Society
Meteorological Society
Michigan Gamers
Michigan Review
Michigan Voice Project
Milita Ball, Army ROTC
Mime Troupe
Minority Engineering Students
Mondale, Students for
Monroe Street Journal
Mortar Board
Moslem Iranian Student Society

Nursing Class, Freshman
Nursing Student Council
Nursing, Class of 84
Nursing, Class of 86
Nursing, Class of 1985
O.B.: Club
Oceanographic Society
Omega Psi Phi
Operations Research Society of Am.
Options, Commodities and Future Club
Origins Research, Students for
Outdoor Adventures
Ozone House, Friends of
Palestinian Students, General Union of
Panhellenic Association
Peace Calendar
Peace, Love & Calendars
People United for a Human Future
People's Food Coop
Pharmaceutical Association, Student
Pharmacy Student Gov't Council
Phenomelogy Seminar
Phi Alpha Theta
Phi Beta Sigma
Phi Chi Medical Fraternity Class of 1986
Phi Delti Theta
Phi Lambda Upsilon
Philippine Michigan Club
Pi Sigma Alpha
Pi Tau Sigma
Pigs with Wings
Political Science Association
Political Science, Mich. Journal of
Pound House Student Supporters
Pre-Law Association for Minorities
Print Net work
Progressive Educator's Network
Progressive Student Nvet work
Progressive Zionist Caucus
Psi Chi
Public Health Student Organization
Public Relations Club
Puerto Rican Association
Quarterdeck Honarary Society
RC Players
Rackham Student Government
Readers Theatre Guild
Renaissance Universal Club
Mich. College Republican Organization
Residence Halls Association
Responsible Univ. Comm., Students for a
Revolutionary Communist Youth Brigade

Siddha Yoga Dham, Friends of
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Sigma Chi Pledge
Sigma Delta Tau
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority
Sigma Nu Fraternity
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Sigma Sweethearts
Silver Wings Soc. of Van Veen Squadron
Silver Wings, AngelFlight
Ski Club, Cross Country
Ski Club
Ski Club, Recreational
Ski Europe
Ski Team
Soaring Club
Soc. League Against Child Molestation
Social Amendment, Coalition Against the
South Quad Council
Spanish Students Association
Spartacus Youth League
Spring Break Club
St. Cosmas Orthodox Christian Fellowship
Stilyagi Air Corps
Stock well Hall House Council
Student Buyers Association
Students for Academic Freedom
Students for Israel, Union of
Sweetheart Club of Kappa Alpha Psi
Symphony Society
Synchronized Swim Team
Tau Beta Sigma
Taylor House Council
Tenants Union
The Way Campus Outreach
Theatre Dance Troupe
Theta Chi Fraternity
Tower Society - Adara
Trabajadores de la Raza
Transcendental Meditation Program
Ukranian Students Association
Ultimate Frisbee Club
Undergraduate Psychological Soc.
United Campuses to Prevent Nuclear War
United Nations Debate Club
Urban Planning Student Caucus
Urbitis Roberts Investment Club & Assoc.
Van Tyne House
Vegetarian Cooking Club and Shakti Yoga
Vietnamese Student Association
Voice of Reason




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