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Wednesday, March 31, 2010 // The Statement 7B

the
statement
Magazine Editor:
Trevor Calero
Editor in Chief:
Jacob Smilovitz
Managing Editor:
Matt Aaronson
Deputy Editor:
Allie White
Designers:
Sara Boboltz
Corey DeFever
Photo Editor:
Jed Moch
Copy Editors:
Erin Flannery
Danqing Tang
Cover Illustration:
Jed Moch
The Statement is The Michigan
Dailys news magazine, distributed
every Wednesday during the
academic year. To contact The State-
met e-mail calero@michigandaily.
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AYEARINPHOTOS
editors' note

To our readers,
As we approach the end of the school year, we're always amazed by
how fast it all went by. Being a full time student can be overwhelming
at times, memories of the year just a hectic blur.
With this week's issue of The Statement we aim to capture those memories,
to intricately piece together the stories and events of the past year at the Uni-
versity of Michigan.
The Michigan Daily photography staff takes thousands of photos every year
- images of sporting events and notable campus speakers, scenes of campus

life and Ann Arbor culture.
What follows on these pages is anything but an exhaustive list of the past
year, but more of brief snapshots of some of the most defining moments. Hope-
fully you'll recall some of these images. or maybe you'll be introduced to them
for the first time. But either way, we hope you enjoy some of the best work-
produced by Daily photographers this year.
Enjoy,
Trevor Calero, magazine editor, and Max Collins and Sam Wolson, managing
photo editors

Max Collins I The final edition of The Ann Arbor News, which :>am Woison iviemoers o tn
closed its doors on July 23, 2009 after 175 years. Sports Building, Feb. 15, 2010.

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WHAT'S THE ONE THING YOU
WANT TO DO BEFORE YOU
GRADUATE?
Tell us for The Statement's first-ever Bucket
List Issue.
SEND AN E-MAIL TO
CALERO@MICHIGANDAILY.COM

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Max Collins Dark skies loom uring a spring practice fortne ranokee Hign >cnool tootball team in Panokee, Fa., iviay i, 20U'. I nree vicnigan tootbal players - iviartavious uooms,
Vincent Smith and Brandin Hawthorne - hail from Pahokee, a small farming town in south Florida with a median family income almost $25,000 below the national average.

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