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Studtents
Iavoid
ohassles of
f4ll winter

(Continued from Page 1)
Myeong Jhon, a University
statistics professor, said, "It's not
too difficult to cover all the
material in spring, and usually
spritg students are more eager to
learn."
But Karen Zasky; an LSA junior
who has taken spririb courses
before, said, "The courses don't
cover everything they could, but
with a shorter term, it's to be ex-

pected."
ON THE OTHER hand, Zasky
also said that the atmosphere is
more "laid back," for students
and teachers.
"You are here either to catch up
on credits or get ahead," said
Zasky, "or, if you just don't feel
like going home."
Ravi Kodali, an LSA sophomore,
j es the smaller class size.
"There's more time to get to know

The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 9, 1986- Page 13
people. People I never talked to in but their working hours have been
winter, I've just begun to know." changed. For example, the MUG
OF COURSE, another attractive will now close at 9 p.m. instead of
feature of spring term is the warm 11 p.m. because there are fewer
weather. David Eliezer, an LSA customers during spring.
junior who is working full-time
this summer, said, "I like the One employee at Parcheezie's
weather best by far, the campus is said, "It's boring and real slow,
so nice during the summer." but we have more fun amongst
Most of the University's ser- ourselves." When customers are
vices such as the libraries and the not coming in, workers spend their
CCRB will stay open in the Spring, time "doing crossword puzzles,"

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