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Page B2 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985
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Winding through the streets of Ann
Arbor, the kite first touches down on
"The Rock, " a source of hours of spray-
paint fun and a vast array of other pranks
to the fratern ities and sororities lining the
streets around it on Washtenaw A venue.
The wind picks up, and the kite blows
across town to the heart of the University.
It lands on the Cube, located right behind
the Fleming Administration Building.
Other than its aesthetic beauty, the
Cube 's usefulness is apparent when it acts
as a stress-reducer for exam anxiety. This
can be witnessed whenever a student drags
a backpack up to the Cube, drops it to the
ground, places both hands on a corner of
the structure, and runs. The stress is
reduced as the Cube spins on its axis.
A source of this anxiety is just up the
block at the Graduate Library, looming in
front of the 'M"- that puts a hex on
students who step on it before their first
exams. Located in the center of the Diag,
the Grad ho uses floors of books, and is a
"home away from home" to many
University students.

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PHOTOS BY DAN HABIB

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IS YOUR CAMPUS MUSIC STORE
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