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12B - The Michigan Daily - Weekend, etc. Magazine - Thursday, November 1, 2001

ST RATC S the Michigan Union - sharing the
same zip code.
Continued from Page 6B Why so many places? 'Cause the
shops fill up. If you want a cup of
more, was sitting highlighting when coffee, there are places around the
asked why she studied in coffee campus to supply your needs but
houses. "It's quieter and the people maybe not to seat us.
seem more relaxed here. I never This has probably happened to
thought about it, but we do have lots you before: You walk in, guess what
of coffee shops. We do have two drink you should order while
Starbucks," she said. attempting to sound like you always
In fact if you're gonna be techni- drink fancy coffee (when maybe all
cal, Ann Arbor has four Starbucks. you want is a chocolate milk), and
There is also one at Arborland and wait while the production of the cof-
another one at the Briarwood mall. fee is done. Then discover as you
And there are two Cava Java's -- walk around, sipping on your hot

in and your tongue is now burnt.
People need their coffee, even if it
comes piping hot. They need it to
stay up, wake up, warm up or sober
up. And they want to drink it where
they bought it.
If another coffee shop opened, its
tables would probably be taken as
well. And it doesn't need to be
Starbucks. It could be anywhere that
serves coffee and displays glassed
off coffee beans. You want to forget
that you are indeed cramming for
your midterm. So yeah, there is
another Starbucks.
And probably next year another
coffee place will open, struggling to
be original with the way they list
their coffees, providing you with
more spaces to take up. And you'll
find yourself not minding to wait in
line for a Cafe Latte topped with
extra whipped cream and a cozy
LSA senior Mark Sandri, howev-
er, is tired of all the coffee shops
opeing around campus. "Why can't
they just stop opening up coffee
shops and open one good bar. I
would rather sit back and have a
beer anyway," he said.

The Michigan Daily - Weekend, etc. Magazine - Thursday, November 1, 2001- 5B
u g1ng club relleves stress for students g

One of the appealing aspects of State Street's Starbucks is its cozy couches.

By Stacy Anderson
For the Daily
"I never cease to be amazed by the
unending variety of tricks you can
do with a few simple objects and a
little creativity." What Bruce Fields,
who recently received a PhD from
the University's math department, is
referring to is the acute ability to
juggle - to put aside the stress and
unending work that all students
experience - and concentrate on
something other than papers and
math problems.
Juggling is an art form rarely seen
by students asa stress reliever, but
the members of the Ann Arbor
Juggling Arts Club know that when
they juggle, they can put aside their
worries and entertain themselves
while perfecting their skills at the
same time.
The interest in juggling was
sparked in many. different ways for
the members of this unique club.
Dan Delmastro, an SNRE sopho-
more, saw an ad for the club during
Welcome Week and decided to check
it out.
"It is definitely one of the more
exciting and entertaining ways to
"Don't let your
get ahead of
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spend a Saturday afternoon on the
Diag," said Delmastro. Another,
member, Bill Correll, who also has a
PhD from the math department,
started to juggle after seeing Fields
juggling five large balls at the same
"I was mesmerized and wanted to
do it myself," said Correll. Rackham
student Ben Sturm learned to juggle
way back in elementary school from
his brother-in-law. Whether they
started in grade school, as freshman
here at the University, or even after
receiving their PhD, they all know
the value that juggling brings to
them. -
Even though these guys all started
juggling at different points in their
lives, they pretty much agree on why
they continue to juggle. "It's a lot of
fun to do," said Sturm.
Fields agreed, saying "I continue
to juggle because of the jugglers -
it's fun to juggle with other people
and learn from each other." Rackham

student Fred Isaman started to juggle
as a study break and continues to
juggle to distract himself from the
difficult work he does as a mathe-
matician. -
Correll keeps up the juggling rou-
tine because "I've made some strong
and lasting friendships through jug-
gling." Whatever reason, once they
started, juggling stuck with them as
an interesting activity to do in their
spare time.
Every activity means something
different to each person performing
it, and the case is no different in the
Juggling Arts Club. What Fields
likes best about juggling is that
learning new juggling patterns takes
skills, requiring accuracy and
rhythm. "I like the challenge of it,
and the satisfaction you get when
something you've been practicing
starts to come together."
Delmastro had a different quality
that he likes about juggling.
"Helping someone to juggle for the

first time is probably the most grati-
fying part," he said. Correll added,
"For me, it's very satisfying to make
slow but steady progress on difficult
tricks." On the other hand Sturm
said, "I think what I most enjoy
about juggling is that it -brings out
the creative side of me." Whatever
reason these guys give for their
interest in juggling, it's a valid one,
and from what they say, you can
never be too busy to learn.

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