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i- finds ways to win. That's the recipe, that's what you're look-
A ing for in players."
On Sept. 24, 2010, Zimmerman became the program's all-
,e time assists leader. Following the completion of this past sea-
s son, she tallied 5,903 career assists. During her time in Ann
is Arbor, Zimmerman led the Wolverines to some of their most
n successful NCAA appearances as well, finishing in the Sweet
16 twice and Elite Eight once.
V - "There's no question that she's had the most impact on
elevating our program of anybody in the history of the pro-
gram," Rosen said.
Zimmerman is currently in the process of compiling her
portfolio and studying for the GREs. She's considering the possibility of
playing professional volleyball while attending graduate school at the
College of Architecture and Urban Planning.
"Michigan was very understanding, and I was encouraged by the con-
versation," Zimmerman said. "They really opened my eyes, and I could
try and do the two things I really want to do at the same time."
- MARK BURNS
CHUNDU
From Page 5B
and molding it."
Chundu, a screen arts and culture major, has directed several films,
including "Camp Chapel," in which a high school student is sent to Bible
camp for spring break as punishment, and "Appleville," a comedic drama
in which a bus of elderly mall patrons becomes the center of a heist.
"Camp Chapel" premiered over the summer at the Traverse City Film
Festival and "Appleville" opened in late March in Detroit.
Chundu said being a part of those two projects are his proudest
accomplishments because it allowed him to put theory to practice and
collaborate with fellow student filmmakers.
"You spend a lot of time in classes learning and taking blue books, and
it's cool to put it all together, and you make your best friends there," he
said.
Chundu directed "Appleville" over the summer in Ann Arbor and
Detroit as a part of the Michigan Creative Film Alliance, a program in
which students from the University of Michigan, Wayne State Univer-
sity and Michigan State University work together to produce films.
After graduating this spring, Chundu plans to move to Los Angeles to
look for a job in the film industry.
"I'd like to continue working in movies and working in production
and exploring that - working all the different positions," Chundu said.
"I think it would be really fun. I'm obsessed with movies."
- PAIGE PEARCY

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