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October 15, 2004 (vol. 115, iss. 13) • Page Image 8

… two years ago, she said, could migrate to elms on the grassy corner by State Street or move onto the Diag. University forestry crews won't know immediately if trees have sickened; it may take as many as…

… grounds, Immonen said. "Those get taken down right away because they serve as an infection point and are also hazardous, with falling branches," she explained. But Diag horticulturist Alex Sulzer pronounced…

… grass in front of Angell Hall, sporting chicken wire around their trunks to prevent squirrels from gnawing their bark. Close inspection of their leaves reveals the trees are elms. Immonen said she…

… campus. The University it's hard to imagine the Diag without its 10 largest trees - all American elms that provide shade and beauty to students studying, sleeping or throwing Frisbees on the grass. The…

April 15, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 130) • Page Image 4

… for president of the Squirrel Club. 8. Print lots of little colored pieces of paper with nothing on them and pass them out on the Diag. See if any- one notices the difference. 9. Abolish something. 10…

… short but quick. 3. Grow beard. 4. Start to read the news and hold opinions. S. Join the Squirrel Club. It's always a good idea to have your first few goals be relatively frivolous and/or unambitious…

… and smell it with- out looking silly. 15. Run for the president of my kids' school board, then dismantle it because school boards are plain annoying. There's always the Squirrel Club. You could be…

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