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A TIP FOR DEVELOPING YOUR Schadenfreude(shahd-n-froi-duh): Satisfaction or
COCKTAIL PARTY VERNACULAR pleasure felt at someone else's misfortune.
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Barry University School of Law offers a dynamic program and a distinguished
faculty ready to help you build your career as a successful attorney.
When you become a Barry Law student, you join a caring community - a
community that co-founded the Center for Earth Jurisprudence.
The Center, the first of its kind in the United States, helps prepare lawyers
to face unprecedented environmental challenges, encouraging a practice of
law that respects the rights of the natural world.

OFF THE WALL
A sampling of campus graffiti

If we are what we eat, the dining halls tell us a lot lot

Girls hate
me
Probably a sign of your
superiority
Me too
You're probably clueless,
asshole.
- The men's bathroom
at Ashley's Restaurant
and Pub

I left my e-mail some-
where in this room. If
you find it, you can e-
mail me. -Alison
Alison, you liar, there is
no e-mail address here.
-The Scholar
- A study carrel in the Grad
Have you seen interesting graffiti
around campus?
E-mail thestatement@umich.edu

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stereotype goes along with
accommodation in any of
the University's residence
halls. For example, it's not hard to
imagine East Quaders in pajamas
made from organic cotton going to
class or a sit-in at University Presi-
dent Mary Sue Coleman's office. Or
a troop of West Quaders heading to
practice in blue-and-maize sweats,
passing a group of engineers and
art students waiting for the bus
The answers to
all your questions
about which
dorms eat what
back to Bursley with either brick-
laden backpacks.
The underlying principle for
these stereotypes is that just with
a residency listing, one can reason
what another student is most likely
to do (in South Quad, homework), to
wear (inAlice Lloyd, leggings) or to
eat (in East Quad, granola). To test
whether campus stereotypes could
predict eating habits in residence
halls, we solicited a week's worth
of data from University Dining Ser-
vices about the consumption of caf-
eteria classics in each dining hall:
fountain soda, salad, soft-serve ice
cream, cereal and granola. In many
cases, the dining preferences in
certain cafeterias are distinct but
difficult to attribute to traditional
stereotypes. What do peculiar eat-
inghabits indicate about a residence
hall's tenants? You can decide.
EAST QUAD
The East Quad dining hall,
known for its broader selection
of vegetarian options and activist
produce policies, plays host to a cli-
entele whose food tastes aren't so
alternative and forward thinking
as their edgy hairstyles and pro-
gressive politics suggest.
East Quaders might advocate
sustainable produce, but that
doesn't mean they eat it. East Quad
consumes less salad than any other
dining hall - a dismal .3 servingss
per diner compared to an average
of .6 in all dining halls. Perhaps
some residents haven't forgotten
the insect garnishes that made it
into East Quad's salad bar last year
after a switch to sustainable local
produce eliminated the frozen
shipping process that usually kills
off lettuce inhabitants. More likely,

it's that vegetarians are less often
driven to subsist on iceberg let-
tuce in the face of paltry meat-free
options.
Whatever the case, it's doubtful
that East Quaders' disdain for the
salad bar implies a disregard for
k'

calorie counting. Full calorie soda cally at ninth and tenth place. its diners show a strong preference
is something to be wary of for guys of course, East Quaders might for chocolate. Hopefully, Diet Pepsi
who wear tight girl pants. Out of 10 be saving their calorie allotment for isn't being paired with chocolate
drink options offered at juice and the soft serve machine. East-Quad ice cream.
soda fountains, Diet Pepsi is most serves the third highest amount When it comes to cereal, East
preferred. The juice drinks, Orange per capita of ice cream, .6 cones per Quad follows the campus trend of
and Fruit Punch, slosh in patheti- diner. Like almost all dining halls, See FOOD, Page 10B

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