-W '*hen you made yourr>;aqE,
*decision tocome to te3
VUniversity, you also
Sdecided to spend the
next four (or five, or six) years of yu ielvn nAnAbr epe'
have been known to say that Ann /Abrbed ewYr n o
Angeles attitudes with the comfort '" ;," ,,
of asmall Midwest town. ,& ,
It's impossible to get the true 's,
essence of a city until you live there,*
*but this section is designed to help
you get acquainted with some of
whtAnAbrhst fe.On these pages, reporters give you
their opinions on everything from
where you should eat and drink to _.... y~.... ~ ,~ ''
what you should wear. Listen to Xp
what they hhm ae toc say,budotle
the mkeyour dcsosfryou. ,~
Go out and experience Ann Arbor ~
SYOUR CASH 2u;
When you get here, you will.
probably have some spare change to~
throw around. Your money won't .'&
last long in this city, but until your y 4
spend it all, Ann Arbor banks offer
various plans and programs to help %N"
you keep a handle on your finances. ~
* WT OT O EAmidst the busting University ,', '
community, Ann Arbor streets Z
support a subculture of unfortunate' 'f'' y
people forgotten by the system. ' z ...>
While homeless people live in every r
city, Ann Arbor has a staggeringly
high number for a community its " "
size. But the homeless have banded p- -4k
together to try to take some of the............- 4. ./ ,:;::1.4. ..
harshness out of the streets. - ~
C AMPU S y ,-. 4-4 //..
IRIn Ann Arbor, thousands of students ,
are victimized by crime each year. s , x:.
Hundreds more have run-ins with
the Ann Arbor police. Learn how to a -V4 -
protect yourself from having to file a, " ,...
-police report and from having ak ,reotfldaantyu
CCOUNCIL 5~ xy'
The Ann Arbor City Council
addressed many important issuesa
last year with a personnel change in "V
the middle to really confusea
everyone. Read about City Council's
major decisions and about the
election which resulted in a heavily F.4.
Democratic governing body.
rLOTHES Q i
Your first time away from home is .,
an excellent opportunity to develop '
your own individual style. Ann -
Arbor merchants have the wares
necessary to help you make any r ^
has its price - a high one. xiaP n
for ID anyway. However, underage
students don't have topass all bars.vFI
Here's a look at where to go when' n
you feel like a nice quiet (or loud)
night at the bar - complete withNf
accessibility ratings for those of you a
*who may not be 21.BE
Sooner or later (probably sooner)
you will get sick of (or sick on) _
dorm food. Then it's time to venture
out into the streets of Ann Arbor to
eat real meals. You can get anything
you want in this town, but you'll3
probably eat a tremendous amount , - '" u4 °- g
~.of pizza. See how they stack up. - - ;
WAlso, a guide to great places for the j 11--.. r. ;~ ; .<6,