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2C - New Student Edition -- The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 6, 2000

BOLLINGER
Continued from Page 1C
dent's house, located on South Uni-
versity Street. Bollinger said he
likes the house because of the easy
access it provides to every area of
campus.
"It's quite homey - it's a nice
place to call home," Bollinger said.
"It's friendly - there is little
between you and thousands of peo-
ple. Every now and then, though,
we have to escape to our own home
in Vermont."
While his job description
includes a lot of travelling,

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Bollinger also takes time to enjoy
the University.

Bollinger said that everyone at
the University should take time to
explore as much of the campus as
possible.
"The amazing variety is part of
the thrill of being here. It's amazing
how I'm constantly finding out new
things," Bollinger said.
During the fall semester,
Bollinger teaches a class on the first
amendment. Yet, he doesn't recom-
mend that students just take his
class.
"There's not one class I would rec-
ommend students to take. Yet, I
wouldn't want them to leave without
taking Shakespeare and it's exhilarat-
ing to learn about genetics and struc-
tural biology," Bollinger said.
In his spare time, Bollinger said
he likes to listen to music.
"I really enjoy Mozart. I have a
set of Mozart piano concertos in my
CD player right now," Bollinger
said.
As for the best place to cat on
campus, Bollinger replied "Clearly
Zingermans."
-To contact President Yollinger;
you can e-mail him at
leechol@umich.edu or call the
ffice of the President at 764-6270.

Fun in the summertime

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Bollinger likes his campus residence.

welcome Week at
U of M Hillel
The center for Jewish life...and much more
Welcome to Michigan Shabbat
Friday, September 1, 7:00 pm at Hillel.
Start the semester with a home cooked Shabbat dinner. For new students,
your meal plan will cover half the cost of the meal, and we'll pick up the
rest. Reform, Conservative and Orthodox services precede the meal.
PLEASE RESERVE by 5 pm the day before.
Havdalah and Stucchi's
Saturday, September 2, 8:30 pm at Hillel.
Celebrate the end of Shabbat with a creative Havdalah service. We will then
walk to Stucchi's, one of Ann Arbor's hot spots, for some of the best ice
cream in town.
Bagel Brunch
Sunday, September 3, 1 1:30 am at East Quad.
Enjoy a free bagel brunch and find out about Hillel, the center for Jewish
life and the second largest student programming organization on campus.
Meet other first year students and rearn about the many activities Hillel has
to offer.
Deli Dinner
Sunday, September 3, 5:30 pm at the Arb (Washington Heights entrance).
Make yourself a sandwich, meet other new students, and find out about life
at the University of Michigan.
Snacks and Schmooze
Monday, September 4, 7:00 pm at Alice Lloyd H all.
A great opportunity to meet other first year students, ask questions of upper
class students, and of course, snack on lots of food.
Hillel Open House
Wednesday, September 6, 8:00-10:00 pm at Hillel.
Check out the incredible variety of Jewish life on campus. This is a chance
to learn more about the 25 Hillel-affiliated student groups, to meet new
people, and to hang out with old friends. Refreshments, naturally.
CONTACT US about our hundreds of programs:
769-0500 - umhillel(umich.edu

WHY HAS THE
UNIVERSITY
OF MICHIGAN
FAILED ITS
STUDENTS?
For some answers see:
www.unilversitysecrets.com

Here's lookin' at you, kids. University life always includes a good amount of relaxation. Here, two Ann Arbor
residents soak up some summer sun along State St. in July.

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Walk-ins Welcome...Appointments Available
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