The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 25, 2004 - 7A
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New York," Seiter said.
Graduate students in particular
have reported problems with finding
housing. Rackham student John Ku
said he heard it could be difficult to
find housing, but eventually found an
"I was told fairly soon that I shouldn't
expect housing, so I just went to the hous-
ing website and found a good apartment,"
Ku said. "I first got a sublet for the sum-
mer, then I searched for a place for the
fall. The school's housing website was
The Ann Arbor City Council has
considered a proposal concerning
Accessory Dwelling Units which
would allow home-owners to rent out
private rooms in their houses.
"If this bill were to pass, it would
slightly relieve the pressure that gradu-
ate students are faced with in finding
housing." Seiter said.
The ADU proposal would provide
additional housing options, but some
feel they are just a start.
"Graduate student housing needs are a
problem. As full-paying students of the
University, they are an equal part of the
community. ADUs are a step in the right
direction, and it not only helps graduate
students, but provides another source of
income for people in the community,"
said LSA senior Jenny Nathan, vice pres-
ident of the Michigan Student Assembly.
In order to combat the lack of stu-
dent housing, the University is building
a new residence hall on the current site
of the Frieze Building, which is hoped
to provide housing for about 500 stu-
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finished until 2006.
Perhaps the most important advice
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"It allows us to have redundancy so if
one goes down we have the other feeds,"
Many traffic lights were also not
working in the area because of the
power outage. The Ann Arbor Police
Department said it tried to prevent traf-
fic accidents by sending officers out to
the major intersections to either direct
traffic or put up stop signs.
The Ann Arbor Fire Department
said the power outage also caused
some fire alarms to go off, and several
fire trucks were sent to check on these
The power outage did not cause any
serious damage or injury, but many
students without electricity were
"I was trying to watch the (football)
game, and then the room went dark and
the TV went off," Bickel said.
Bickel said he was particularly upset
about the power outage because he had
planned to watch the World Series game.
"The house is dark, I don't have a
flashlight, I don't even know where I'm
going to watch the game at," he added.
Other students were distressed
because they had trouble finishing their
homework last night.
"I'm trying to do my homework, but
the Internet's out and the computer's
not working. So basically everything
I planned on doing tonight revolved
around the computer," Engineering
senior Maggie Hayes said.
She added, "I can't cook dinner, and I
don't know where to order from because
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