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Food and friendship

Every residence hall room comes fur-
nished with a bed, a dresser, a desk and
a variety of ocher necessities for living
comforcably. But why is every student
who lives in the University's residence
halls required to get the mean plan?
University Housing Spokesman
Peter Logan said the main reason the
requirement exists is because students
don't have the means to cook in their
"It would not be safe for students to
cook in their rooms," he said. "It would
be an incredible fire hazard. Unless
residence halls have that kind of kitch-
en capability, it's very difficult to allow
students to store and prepare foods
But Logan said there are also less
practical reasons for requiring students
to have a meal plan.
"We believe very much that dining in
the residence halls is a part of the com-
munity experience - part of the univer-

sity and living experience at Michigan,"
he said.
Logan added that eating in the dining
halls is a good way for students to meet
and get to know one another.
"Socially, the dining halls are part of
the community experience that helps
residential students build friendsbips
and become more engaged in the cam-
pus environment," he said.
Logan said he thinks the quality of
food offered in the dining halls is worth
the price of meal plans. Prices for plans
range from $2,245 per semester for the
unlimited plus plan to $1,685 per semes-
ter for the least expensive plans.
"Nutritionally, our dining halls follow
the highest standards of quality in foods
and preparation," he said. "Our chefs
and dietitians create menus that pro-
vide the nutritional value that students
need, more so than many students will
prepare or purchase themselves."

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Cafeteria-goers wait in lice for a meal at the Hill Doning Center. Stadenns who lice in resi-
dence halls are required to have a weal plan with their housing cntract.

Man harassed Prescription pills Information on CORRECTIONS
via Facebook swiped from a study abroad "Anatcei
WHERE: 1239 Kipke lunch box WHAT: An information table Ftne, a U prof
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was leaving harassing messag- WHAT: A caller reported that am. to 4:00 p.m.
es on his Pacebook, University his medication was stolen WHERE: Ground Floor,
Police reported. There are no from his lunch box, Universi- Michigan Union
suspects. ty Police reported. The lunch
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Fine did not serve in World
War IL. He served in the
Navy and was a Lieutenant
Junior Grade.
*An article in Monday's
edition of the Daily (Hash
Bosh reurns for another hit),
incorrectly described the
event as the 37th annual
Hash Bash. It was the 38th
annual Hash Bash.
" An article in yesterday's
edition of the Daily (Sobering
the System) incorrectly iden-
tified the minimum blood
alcohol content to receive a
minor in possession charge
in the state of Michigan as a
.08. It is a.02.
" Please report any error
in the Daily to correc-

1Doctors in Britain believe
that Ritalin might be the
key to combating obe-
sity in adults, the Daily Mail
reported. They believe over-
weight adults are struggling
in part due to undiagnosed
ADHD and that the chemical
imbalance in the brain dimin-
ishes willpower.
2 Agroup of student
veterans spoke to the
Michigan legislature
in favor of a bill that would
extend in-state tuition rates
to veterans of the wars in
Iraq and Afghanistan.
3 Asuspected bank robber
was caught after police
saw him with shaving
cream on his ear and areas
of his face that had not been
shaved, The Arizona Republic
reported. The man was trying
to cbange his appearance to
hide from police.

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WHERE: University Hospital
WHEN: Monday at about 9:30
WHAT: A $3,500 blood pres-
sure monitoring device was
stolen from an office in the
hospital by an unknown sub-
ject, University Police report-
ed. The incident is under

WHERE: School of Dentistry
WHEN: Monday at about 3:15
WHAT: Unattended dental
tools were taken from an
open room, University Police
reported. Police have no sus-
pects and the case is under

3 tournament with a $120
first place prize for the win-
ning team. The second place
team will recieve a $60.
WHO: University Unions
Arts and Programs
WHEN: Tonight from 8 p.m.
to midnight.
WHERE: Billiards and
Games Room, Michigan Union





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