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September 6, 2011

As Republican Gov.
Rick Snyder can tell
you, President Barack
Obama is one tough
act to follow (at least
as commencement
speaker at an
liberal campus).
Snyder's selection as
speaker had many 'U'
students in an uproar,
and had many other
students protecting the
governor's flank. Turn
the page for more.
See Page 2C -*
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Greek Life
One of the biggest
decisions that an
incoming student has
to make is whether
or not to "go Greek."
We've collected some
perspectives, stories,
and other thoughts
about the Greek system
to assist you in making
this important social
decision. Don't worry
though, there's no
pressure or anything.
See Page 4C -M

Founded in 1817, the University of Michigan is one of the finest
institutions of higher education, in the world. Located in the
city of Ann Arbor since 1837, the University has developed a
world-renowned reputation as a leading research institution
under the guidance of 14 different University presidents
over its almost 200-year history. Currently led by University
President Mary Sue Coleman, the University has a large
endowment, huge amount of research funding and seems to be
expanding constantly. These pages offer a brief glance at the
monolith that we here at The Michigan Daily like to call the 'U.'

One skill that is abso-
lutely necessary for
any new student is the
ability to appear as a
functional University
tour guide. Our crack
blurb writers have pro-
vided an in-depth look
at some of the Univer-
sity's most eye-popping
locations, so that next
time someone comes to
visit, you can demon-
strate your vast knowl-
edge of University lore.
See Page 5C


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