100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

July 31, 2014 - Image 1

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily Summer Weekly, 2014-07-31
Note:
This is a tabloid page

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.



Thursday, July 31,2014
The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com

PHOTOSTAFF ABROAD: FACES OF FES
9.;
This summer, I lived in the city of Fes, be constantly on guard, watching not to'
Morocco for seven weeks to study Arabic step on a stray cat and listening for the men
at a local language institute. As my first who would yell "Balak!" as a warning for an
time leaving the country, I traveled to the oncoming donkey or cart. In the midst of°
city alone, knowing no one and not knowing the chaos, I attempted to photograph the
whether my tuition money had even been colors and beauty of Fes's walls and people.
received. I took a leap of faith into my Throughout my stay, I was constantly
surroundings. After a day of panicked culture overcome by Morocco's hospitality. Despite_
shock, feeling horribly alone and out of my obvious status as an outsider, I found
place without being able to communicate myself welcomed into the lives of the peoples
with anyone, I realized I had made the best I met without question. I will miss saying "La
decision of my life. Throughout all of the Bas" to the milkman or laughing with my "
hardship and daily struggles, I grew to love host family as I struggled to understand thed
the city that straddled the old and new evening TV show. Thank you Morocco forY
world. We lived in the old Medina, a maze teaching me so much about myself and the
of crumbling walls, bustling shops, and tiny world. I can't wait to return one day.k
alleys. It is the largest area in the world
without cars, and once entering it is almost
impossible not to become lost. You must - RUBY WALLAU

ins ide
NEWS
Solar car
University team wins
national title for fifth
consecutive year
> SEE PAGE 2
OPINION
Endorsement
From the Daily: Support
Sally Petersen in Ann Arbor
Democratic primary
SEE PAGE 4
ARTS
Pitchfork 2014
Get the rundown of the
artists, food and people at
this year's festivalw
SEE PAGE 6
SPORTS
Football outlook
The Daily's sports writers
travel to Chicago for the
Big Ten Media Days
>> SEE PAGE 11
INDEX
Vol -0 V, No. 117 @ 2014The MichiganDaily
N EW S ....................................2
OPINION......... ......4
A RTS .................. . .............6
CLASSIFIEDS-.... ............B
CROSSWORD ...........
SPORTS...............9

See our coverage of the Pitchfork Musial Festival in Chicago on page 6.

KATHERINE PEKALA/Daily

ELECTIONS
Dem. mayoral candidates
talk U niversity, finances

HOUSING
'U' move-in
shortened in
on-campus
safety push
Freshmen seen as
vulnerable to alcohol
consumption trends
By SHOHAM GEVA
Managing News Editor
Freshmen and others students
living in the residence halls this
coming year will see several
changes to move-in this August
as part of a University initiative to
increase on-campus safety.
Most notably, move-in, which
has run over four days in the last
week of August in years past, will
take place only Aug 28 through 29
this year, with hours extended to
7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Thursday and 8
a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday.
Groups that typically move in
early will instead be housed tem-
porarily in East Quad until the 26,
when they will move in to to their
permanent dorms, with the excep-
tion of Move-in Makers, who will
move immediately into their home
buildings. MIMs are a group of
students who volunteer to assist
with the move-in process.
Wolverine Wellness Director
Mary Jo Desprez said the change
attempts to address the increased
anxiety and vulnerability fresh-
men often feel on campus in their
first few weeks, while still provid-
ing the necessary amount of time
for first-year students to get accli-
See MOVE-IN, Page 2

f
IL
B
W
z
4
T1
co

e
don
In fi
out an
Ann A
primar
both th
the sta
higher,
Amo

Pre-primary candidates running for the posi-
tion - Sabra Briere (D-Ward 1),
oxpenses and Sally Petersen (D-Ward 2), Chris-
topher Taylor (D-Ward 3), and
rations released Stephen Kunselman (D-Ward
3)-, an unprecedented pre-prima-
By EMMA KERR ry sum of 154, 847 has been raised
Daily News Editor in total, not counting other non-
monetary donations of goods and
rst time in 14 years with- services, according to campaign
incumbent running, as the finance reports released July 25.
rbor Democratic mayoral Taylor's campaign was the most
y approaches on August 5, costly, raising $75,698. According
1e price tag for the race and to campaign finance reports, the
kes for the University are bulk of his campaign expenses
than ever. come from monthly campaign
consulting amounting to $20,000
Campaign finances and website expenses of about
$2,195, not including the $3,870
ng the four Democratic he spent on Google and Facebook

promotions.
Some notable donors included
several University LSA and Law
School professors, as well as Uni-
versity Regent Mark Bernstein
(D).
Petersen has taken a more self-
reliant route, contributing $11,684
of her own money to the campaign
along with $16,000 from fam-
ily members for a total of $44,495.
She also incurred a few Univer-
sity affiliates' donations, includ-
ing several University professors
in the Ross School of Business
and the Medical School, as well
as Jenifer Martin, director of gov-
ernment relations for the School
of Public Health. Petersen spent
See PRIMARY, Page 3

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan