R1~e1Mirbigau y aNEW STUDENT EDITION 2008
The Michigan DailyI michigandailycom Fall 2008
elcome to Ann Arbor, your home
for at least the next four years.
Although you may have taken
tours of the actual campus, the town sur-
rounding the 'U' has plenty to offer, too. So,
instead of watching you search for all of Ann
Arbor's best places to eat, have fun and hang
out, the Michigan Daily has compiled this
special section to help you conquer the city.
Of course, there is more to "Tree Town" than
we can fit in here - but at least it's a start.
You've heard that college is nothing like
high school. Your mom won't be there
to do your laundry. Your teachers don't
care if you don't come to class. And holi-
days aren't all about filling pillowcases
with candy anymore. In Ann Arbor,
days like Halloween and St. Patrick's
Day are unlike anything you ever expe-
rienced at home. Crazy parties. Skimpy
costumes. Oh yeah, and a lot of fun.
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The number of places to eat, drink and
hang out in this city can be a little over-
whelming. But you'll soon learn that,
sometimes, it's'just better to follow
the crowd. Every year, Michigan Daily
readers vote on the best establishments
in.Ann Arbor. Wondering where to get
your hair done? Craving some late night
munchies? Whatever you're looking for,
we probably have it covered.
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Once you hit college, cheap food
becomes one of the most important
things in your life. And since almost
every burrito joint on campus is inex-
pensive, you'll eat more Mexican food
in the next four years than you ever
thought possible. For years, there has
been a debate about which burrito place
is better: Panchero's or BTB Burrito.
We're here to settle it once and for all.
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