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Thursday, May 17, 2018
The Michigan Daily — michigandaily.com
ARTS/NEWS

1014 VAUGHN AVAIL Fall 2018
#1 is being rented by the room for $700/m
including utilities
If you have a group of 5, rent the whole
unit for $3100 plus Electric to DTE
#2 is a 6 Bdrm for $3720 plus Electric to
DTE • 734‑996‑1991

1015 PACKARD
4 Bdrm Apt Avail Fall 2018
2 parking space, onsite laundry, 1st floor
$2830 + Electric to DTE • 734‑996‑1991

422 HAMILTON
2 & 3 Bdrm Avail Fall 2018
#2 ‑ 3 bdrm ‑ 2nd floor ‑ $2350
#3 ‑ 2 bdrm ‑ 3rd fl ‑ $1550
Tenants pay gas and electric to DTE
Showings M‑F 10‑3 • 734‑996‑1991

HOUSES AVAILABLE FALL 2018
1016 Packard ‑ 4/6 Bdrm ‑ $3080‑$4020
401 Pauline ‑ 4 Bdrm ‑ $2900
827 Brookwood ‑ 4 Bdrm ‑ $2900
Showings M‑F 10‑3 • 734‑996‑1991

ANU SOFTWARE CONSULTANTS, Inc.
(Ann Arbor, MI) is recruiting:
Sys
tems Analysts to perform systems require
ments,
integration testing, technical and risk analysis; Sr.
Systems Analysts to pro
vide technical support, gather
require
ments, and convert to functional specifica
tions,
and must have experience, educa
tion or training in at
least two of the follow
ing: ECM admin, FileNet, BO
,Web
sphere; Software Engineers and Sr. Soft
ware En‑
gineers to design, develop and test software solutions;
and, Project Man
agers/Leaders to manage multiple
projects, including product activation, ATM prof
service, bug fixing, and provide process consulting
to streamline project mgmt and estimation processes.
All appli
cants except Sr. Systems Analyst must have
experience, education or training in at least two of the
following: Embedded, C/C++, RS232, CAN, OOAD,
Unix, Mat Lab, Mathcad, Doors, SQL server database,
Life Cycle, DFMEA, SAP/BO/ABAP, Java, JavaS‑
cript, J2EE, Struts, Hibernate, IBM FileNet, SRM So‑
lutions,VB.Net, ASP.net and AWS. Travel/relocation
required as jobs will be performed at various locations
throughout the US. Fax resume, position, and salary
requirements to: ASC, Inc., Attn: HR De
partment, at
(734) 661‑0722.

ACROSS
1 Selfies, e.g.
5 Consumer
protection org.
8 Grey Poupon
variety
13 “I must be cruel,
__ to be kind”:
Hamlet
14 Bar mixer
15 Slip away from
16 __ all-time low
17 “Beat it!”
18 Bit of Blake
19 Trousers in the
Liberace
Museum?
22 Guffaw syllable
23 Estadio cheer
24 Hardware item
25 Overalls part
28 Aquarium fish
30 Title for Maggie
Smith
31 “Mr. Robot” TV
network
32 Less colorful
African carpet?
35 Morales of
Netflix’s “Ozark”
37 Father of
octuplets on “The
Simpsons”
38 Not yet up
39 Surfeit of
sweets?
44 Many a craft beer
45 Folk singer Axton
46 Scenic highway
offerings
48 “Absolutely”
49 Hose users:
Abbr.
50 Holm of “The
Hobbit”
51 GI address
53 Made-to-order
drum?
56 Cold dish
59 Island off
Tuscany
60 Whodunit canine
61 Interspersed with
62 Nectar flavor
63 User of black
lipstick, perhaps
64 Gumption
65 Nursery
purchase
66 “Orinoco Flow”
singer

DOWN
1 Cook in hot milk,
say
2 Since
3 “Homeland”
Emmy winner
4 Harmonized, with
“in”
5 Lawn game
6 Vanilla
7 Drive someone
home?
8 Fan
9 Composer
Charles
10 8-Across holder
11 Goes overboard
(on)
12 Wedding notice
word
14 Forensics facility,
briefly
20 Circle dance
21 Unfeeling
25 Masters champ
in 2012 and 2014
26 “That’s clear”
27 Meter writer
29 Twin Cities daily,
familiarly
30 Home __
33 Slow-but-steady
progress

34 Demolish
35 Former Skype
owner
36 Dover fish
40 “Dang!”
41 Some assents
42 Video game figure
43 Spanish lad
47 Inconsistent
50 Boast in a 1987
Michael Jackson
hit

52 Lincoln
neighbor
53 “__ help you?”
54 Muffin spread
55 Sorcerer in
fantasy
games
56 “Grace and
Frankie” actor
Waterston
57 Latin trio word
58 Cured salmon

By Jeffrey Wechsler
©2018 Tribune Content Agency, LLC
05/17/18

05/17/18

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RELEASE DATE– Thursday, May 17, 2018

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NASTSUME ONO / DAILY

ROSS POSITIVE
BUSINESS CONFE RE NCE

Blair Miller, Gregg Letterman, and Ellen Havda-
la speak in a panel facilitated by Jeff Sinclair,
Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies, at
the Ross Positive Business Conference Thursday.

SINGLE
REVIEW

I love artists who push the
boundaries of music, who con-
vince us to look beyond the
boundaries that we create for
ourselves and to create some-
thing new. However, there is
also something to be said for
consistency and the founda-
tion it provides. Dream-pop duo
Beach House is the best at this.
For nearly a decade, Victoria
Legrand and Alex Scally have
released creatively solid albums,
proving that sources of inspira-
tion don’t have to be unsustain-
able. Their seventh release, aptly
titled 7, was released on May 11,
2018 to critical acclaim.

The fourth single off the
album, “Black Car,” reveals the
little tricks that have made Beach
House great. In place of their
signature drone (at least for the
first minute) is an unsteady, cool
marimba beat that slinks with
anxiety. Even when the synth
comes in, and its pitch increases
steadily, bursting forth from the
shadows, the marimba melody
haunts the song like a specter,
hidden in plain sight. Much of
7 attempts to bring shadows
to light, and “Black Car” is no
exception. When Legrand croons
“We want to go inside the cold
/ It’s like a tomb, but it’s some-
thing to hold,” we, too, want to
the cling to the darkness that
provides a framework. “Black
Car” hones in on the thrill fear
of leaping into darker aspects of
the soul, where feeling is murky,
intense and deep.



Jack Brandon
Summer Managing Arts Editor

“Black Car”

Beach House

Sub Pop

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