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past August elections, with fewer than
10 percent of the city's constituents
showing up at the polls, there was a
decent turnout this year.
In addition to focusing on their own
campaigns, city politicians are encour-
aging voters to participate in Novem-
ber's state election.
"I will be working hard for the
Granholm and Stabenow campaign,"
He said that because the state elec-
tion receives more coverage on tele-
vision, voters will be more informed
about the candidates than during the
Both Hieftje and Warren said they
will specifically target University stu-
dents to register for the state elections.
"It is important to register students in
September when they first get to campus
and convince them of the importance of
voting," Hieftie said.
Ann Arbor residents rallied last Friday for an immediate cease-fire In Lebanon on the steps of the
Federal Building on the corner of Liberty Street and Fifth Avenue. The event, which drew about 200
community members, was sponsored by Michigan Peace Works, Interface Council for Peace and
Justice and the Muslim Community Association.
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$137 million estimated budget originally
approved by the regents.
The University will not have new cost
estimates until the firms present the sche-
matic plans to the regents, Hanlon said.
Hanlon said the firms will try to keep
the interior plans of the building similar to
the original design, which included a full-
service dining hall, several study lounges
and a video wall for global conferencing.
Keeping Einhorn, Yaffee, Prescott on
the project means that Robert A.M. Stern
will be able to seek advice about how the
interior needs to be laid out, Hanlon said.
When completed, North Quad will be
the first new residence hall the Univer-
sity has built in 35 years. The combined
dormitory and academic space will
stand on the block of East Huron Street,
State Street, East Washington Street
and North Thayer Street, replacing the
The demolition of the Frieze Building,
which was slated for this summer, has
been delayed until the fall.
Hanlon said the complex's over-
all aesthetic is especially important
because of its location on one of the
corners of Central Campus.
The complex will be the northern"gate-
way" to Central Campus, he said.
"It needs to welcome people in from
both sides, from the community and cam-
pus as well;' Hanlon said.
Specifics of the new design are
still undetermined, Hanlon said. He
added that the new complex also must
have continuity with other campus
landmarks including the Rackham
school of Graduate Studies, which
will be located next door.
Robert A.M. Stern and Einhorn,
Yaffee, Prescott previously collabo-
rated on campus to design Joan and
Stanford Weill Hall on the corner of
Hill Street and State Street. Expected
to open this fall, the hall will house
the Gerald R. Ford School of Public
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