100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

April 06, 2006 - Image 10

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 2006-04-06

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

" a a "

p

3B The Daily Dish
Art and Design senior Adamo
D'Aristotile discusses social
responsibility in graphic design.
3B The List
A guide to the happenings,
concerts and events around
town this weekend
4B Architecture Column
Austin Dingwall a l campus
buildings for their asthet.-
cally-pleasing architecture,.

From the Editors

----------

POTNT/COUNTEROTT
Home sweet home
What's the best place to live on campus?

10B Guest Column
Associate Magazine
Editor Chris Gasrig fills in with
his suggestions of how to
spend your summer break.
10B Campus Life Column
Mark Giannotto doesrtn
want that flyer you're about
o hand hir in the Diag.
12B Random Student Interview
Randon has a dog named
Daisy and doesn't
appreciate Shaq's physique.

This
tures

week's issue fea-
a well researched

piece about the concept
of the Internet entrepre-
neurial brain drain.
Managing Online Edi-
tor Eston Bond talked
with academic research-
ers about whether the
growth of Internet busi-

By:

Heroes

In Half-Shells

By: The Real American

ness
from

has taken away
participation in

University researchfl
projects. This topic is
extremely important to the
of the Internet on society.

There is absolutely nothing worse than liv-
ing with three other overgrown mutant turtles
in a musty dorm room. Staying in the pit
known as Markley was the worst experience
during our time at the University. That's why
we're advocates for off-campus living.
Let's look at the upsides to living in the
dorms: free food and there's always some-
one around. Now, these are only positive if
you like eating sewage and listening to some
freshman chick psychoanalyze you because
she took Psych 111. To said frosh: Please stop
talking, you're only hurting yourself.
When you order a pizza to try and appease
your stomach (rather than trying to choke

down more cafeteria sludge), you have to put
on your shell and walk all the way to the front
of the dorm.
Besides all that, community showers are
disgusting. Do y'all know what guys do in
there? There's not even a tub we can wade
in. Sure, we can go swimming elsewhere, but
who doesn't love sitting in a kiddie pool in
their living room, next to a George Foreman
grill and drinking a 40 oz.?
In summary, dorms mean no drinking, no
running around with your shell off, terrible
food and if you're lucky, walking in on your
roommate with his girlfriend. They moved
the lease date back. Get an apartment.

Having lived in barracks all our lives,
<: can appreciate the subtlety of living in
the dorms. Just because you've had entire
sewer systems at your living disposal
doesn't mean everyone else has.
First, there are girls. Do you realize how
amazing that is? There's nothing more
delighting than to walk out of your room
and see some chick down the hall in a
towel coming back from a shower. That's
so hot! But maybe it isn't such a big deal
for freak, mutant turtles. Girls love men in
uniform. We get tons of chicks ... sorry,
that's a lie, but they really do love men in
uniform.

An(
It's del
lived o
ing a s
tious s
But
ing in
friend
of the
lies in
The
the d(
kind o
you ca
where

ever-growing impact

5B In My Own Words
Madison Moore describes
his exp .pnn es 0f
hom ophobia on campus.

We also feature an "In My Own Words" by
Madison Moore, a gay student who shows that
the University campus may not be as tolerant
as you might think. His stories of widespread
homophobia - both here and In Chicago - are
extremely troubling i-n our supposedly progres-
sive community.
Lastly, our columnists chime in on some of
their pet peeves and points of enjoyment on
campus. Austin Dingwall discusses the experi-
ence of architecture, Mark Giannotto dislikes
the flyers in the Diag and Associate Magazine
Editor Chris Gaerig writes a special guest col-
umn about the things you should be doing this
summer.
Thanks for reading.
James V. Dowd, magazine editor

MIDNIGHT MOVIES
EVERY OTHER SATURDAY NIGHT

6B Brain Drain
A look the efft t he
advent of InternA business
and its effects on the world
of academic research.

Magazine Editor: James V. Dowd
Associate Magazine Editor:Chris Gaerig
Cover Art: David Tuman
Photo Editor: Shubra Ohri
Designer: William Couch
Editor in Chief: Donn M. Fresard
Managing Editor: Ashley Dinges

THE COEN BROTHERS'
THE
BIG LEBOWSKI
(FOMOESATURDAY, APRIL 8 @ MIDNIGHT
OR E INFO VISIT WWW.MICHTHEATER.ORG/STATE.PHP
Students
Fly Cheaper
spring break, study abroad & more
Sample roundtrip Student Arfares from Detroit to:

Chris Gaerig, associate rm
1 .Aft

SUBMA
P :.

RINE rE
BOY TYR
PTA

IN R
1NC LI
A ".. .

HOAGIE
PHILLY

Miami $184
Denver $207
New York $228

London $473
Rome $570
Sao Paolo $647

FROM THE MAKERS OF ANN ARBORS BEST BURRITO
COMES ANN ARBOR'S BEST SANDWICH

Visit StudentUniverse.com for cheap student airfares
on major airlines to 1,000 destinations across the US
and around the world.
*i
& $3 tudentUniverse com

Open Until 4am

810 S. State St
222.4822

2B - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 6, 2006

I..

The Michigan Da

Back to Top

© 2022 Regents of the University of Michigan