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November 29, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 44) • Page Image 14

… mammal around. (Besides that preacher dude on the Diag. I'd take a squirrel over him any day.) I know that they bother you. Tell me that you don't have a Sarah strange story fea- Rubin turing a psycho…

… ==I -W V V V V UF 7U Daily - Weekend, etc. Magazine - 4B - The Michigan Daily - Weekend, etc. Magazine - Thursday, November 29, 2001 SQUIRRELS IN THE MIST The Michigan ELITE ENTERTAINMENT…

… of days that looked cold but weren 't, not to wear a sweater and my wool coat. So I'm frying, all hot and dis- gruntled, when out of the blue a rabid squirrel dives in front of me, in some suicidal…

… attempt for atten- tion. This is all the incentive I need to start my by-now-banal squirrel dia- tribe. Mali suggests that I make the whining into a column. And I can't tell if she's serious or if she just…

… wants to avoid the inevitable. Fran nods vehemently reaffirming my suspicion that the two are conspiring against me; I think that they think that a good ole' squirrel-bashing col- umn will extirpate my…

… angst, clear- ing my conversational horizon from stories about rodents who eat nuts. But I won't be satisfied until I achieve vengeance. Come on. Agree with me, here. Squirrels are the most terrible…

…- squirrel. You jC o haven't lived in , An Arbor long Flairenough if you haven't had at least one close-encounter-of-the- squirrel-kind. The most striking characteristic of the squirrels on campus is their…

… rela- tive size. I come from a nearby small town in Michigan, and our squirrel population isn't nearly as over- weight. The squirrels in my town live in trees. They jump and run on the phone wires and…

… all of the other typ- ical squirrel behavior that looks like it'd be fun to try if I was 3 inches tall. Here, in Ann Arbor, the squirrels are always on the ground. Why? Because they're freaking obese…

…. You have to do a double-take to see if it's a cat or a squirrel walking with you to class. They've lost their aero- dynamic powers and they're too fat to ascend, so they stagnate in the grass. This…

September 29, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 1) • Page Image 16

… animals in my neigh- borhood. TMD: Oh yeah? What kind of animals do you feed? R: Uh, squirrels, chipmunks, rabbits, muskrats ..., TMD: Wow, you've seen musk- rats? R: Yeah, you know, just anything along the…

… the fear back in Michigan squir- rels? R: "Students for putting the fear back in Michigan squirrels?" TMD: Yeah, I think they're too intimidated by the squirrels because they grow so huge. R: Students…

… to live in a place called Squirrel Hills, so I'm used to squir- rels of all sizes. TMD: Wow. R: I'm serious. I really did live in a place called Squirrel Hills. TMD: That's excellent. Did you ever…

…'re familiar with all squirrels, right? R: Well, I don't know that many squirrels. I know the ones in my backyard and the ones in- Squirrel Hill ... I used to know a few squir- rels in Arizona, too, in the Grand…

… Tetons, so I guess I know all the squirrels, too. TMD: That's impressive. All right, well look for this on Thurs- day. R: OK, bye. By Austin Dingwall t nowhere else but a college campus can you find…

… such a lash of architectural style trying to meld into a collective whole. When planned, these dis- tirctive buildings can act wonder- fully together. Anyone sitting on a shady spot on the Diag lawn can…

September 29, 2000 (vol. 111, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

… course, you can read it any season, but it finds a special fit near the Diag, among the students, squirrels and r leaves. And without question autumn ushers the best movies into theaters, exposing the gar…

… and child- ish behavior. ERIN GUTENSCHWAGER Diag protests shouldSASOPHOMOR not impede students . . Daily editonial page RE from the Diag preachers to the displays we werej exposed to this week, it is…

… University with such excessive and disturbing messages is not necessary. If you don't want to be a part of a picket ine - don't be. If you are certain of where you; stand and you are sure that no Diag

… care less about the anti-abor- tion display in the Diag. Frankly, I was too busy reading the sports section to even bother looking at the photos. I do consider it extreme to give the entire Diag

… too much. I thoroughly support protests and dis- plays in the Diag. Other groups however get their message across with out taking us so much space. The preachers have their signs and displays but they…

… in no way impede me. This however is way to excessive and extreme. I wonder how much it'll cost me to rent out the entire Diag, erect fences so that no one else can get through, so that I can practice…

… women free: protect the right t" need two articles on choose." As I passed the Diag, this was the at least an unbiased chant that I heard, protesting the anti-abortion we obviously can't display. Since I…

… alive, and abortion actively prevents life from ha ests in the Diag on pening. I find it ironic that the same peope not to walk through who support getting "equal access" to higher use I knew what I…

…- Diag. I have a new slogan for this campus to am of assembly and chant: "Keep humans alive, protect the right to ny humble opinion, ife " uL;c tig a ^st p tortat To THE DAILY: The Daily editorial staff…

… unex- pected pregnancies? I did not see the prote Monday. I made it a point that area of campus beea would see would disturb through the Diag on Tuesd plays regarding pro-life iss ed" by the Students…

November 29, 2007 (vol. 118, iss. 59) • Page Image 4

… - and I'm not sure he ever got a ques- tion wrong. I also saw Tim on the Diag in the freez- ing cold for about a week in April, hand- ing out quarter sheets and asking people to vote for him in the MSA…

…, "Those who stay will be champions." I cannot help but think of Tim standing out onthe Diag, embodying those immortal words - a Michigan man, through and through. Jeremy Borowitz Prblic Policyjunior MSA…

… progressive? Furthermore, does a differ- ence in animals (Snow White's squirrels, bluebirds and bunnies vs. Giselle's "rats, flies, cockroaches and pigeons") matter when the activity is the same? Giselle is…

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