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TheMichigan Daily - Friday, January 14, 1994 - 7

Students stop at Union in quest for off-campus housing

By MICHELLE FRICKE
DAILY STAFF REPORTER
Looking for more freedom,
parking spots and better food, more
than 800 students ventured to the
Michigan Union Ballroom yester-
day to take part in Off-Campus
iousing Day, sponsored by the
Housing Information Office. At the
event, students were able to gather
information and meet prospective
landlords from 50 campus-area
property owners.
Most students who took advan-

tage of this opportunity said the
event was both convenient and
beneficial to their housing search.
"I loved it," said Tonya Fuhs, an
LSA first-year student. "It's better
than looking in the paper, and it's
not as much of a hassle as dealing
with answering machines. Every-
thing is all in one place to pick up
the information."
The Housing Information Office
distributed shopping bags donated
by Michigan Book & Supply,
which were filled with brochures

and booklets about off-campus
housing options. Senior Housing
Advisor Mary Perrydore, who co-
ordinated the event, said attendance
was high.
"We had a good first hour," she
said. "I'm sure people will keep
coming throughout the afternoon
though."
Some visitors to the event were
surprised by the abundance of re-
sources available to them.
"It's just overwhelming," said
LSA sophomore Ellen Dobrin, as

she surveyed the crowded room.
"There's just so many people, and I
don't know where to start."
Many exhibitors handed out
candy, pens and pamphlets as they
showcased their available units.
"I definitely liked the free candy
and pens," added Karl Tyler, an
LSA sophomore. "They really got
me with that."
Many of the representatives
from management offices said they
come each year to attract prospec-
tive tenants.

"We come every year, and I
wouldn't miss it," said Janene
Sveska, leasing manager for Uni-
versity Towers. "It's kind of like
one-stop shopping, and I think it's a
very big price-comparison day."
While most exhibitors were
flooded with interested students,
others were not so lucky.
"I think people shy away from'
things they don't know, and not
many people know about co-ops,"
said Lydia Cadena, residence direc-
tor at Henderson House. "We're the

best-kept secret on campus, and we
guarantee the lowest University
prices for housing.-
Many students leaving the
Union said they felt relieved that
they took the time to stop in be-
tween classes.
"I had to start looking until now
because I had to talk to my parents
over Christmas," said Kris Sullivan,
an LSA first-year student. "This
was my first step, but my friends
and I already have an appointment
for Saturday."

tor at Henderson House. "We're the for Saturday."

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