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October 05, 2011 (vol. 122, iss. 22) • Page Image 10

… like that? Yeah. So, it's warmtoday. Shocker. How do you feel about sunbathing in the Diag? Is it appropriate to sun- bathe in this weather? Know what? I wouldn't put it past some students here. I wouldn…

… worry about the squirrels attacking you? I'm a little afraid of the squirrels here. They're a bit too up-close-and-per- sonal for me. What do you think about hunt- ing? Hunting. I think it's gross. I don…

October 06, 2010 (vol. 121, iss. 22) • Page Image 10

… always put a smile on people's faces. I don't know if any- body is not loved. Well, Hitler. Moving on, it's thought that if an obnoxiously large - Wait, what? There are flames out there! (Motions to Diag

… a scale of one to ten? Five. Five? Pretty arbitrary. Mov- ing on, what campus group do you think we could do away with? What about the Squirrel Club? Oh yeah, we can do without that. They don't do…

… anything of value, do they? They're like the mosquito of campus groups. They don't need to be feeding squirrels. There's Glee Club, too. No, I like glee club. "Glee" is on tonight. I don't watch TV. You…

October 23, 2013 (vol. 124, iss. 16) • Page Image 12

… established scientific research on the app, although both Campbell and Lampe predict studies to come in the near future. In the meantime, walking through the Diag, I spot numerous others raising phones to their…

… faces; to the squirrels; to the wet, reddening leaves; caught in a continuous Snapping frenzy. 4 ing authors to a "Teens and Mobile Phones," revealed that two main modes of cell phone usage in teens are…

October 26, 2011 (vol. 122, iss. 35) • Page Image 7

…' alum is full of spirited surprises By ARIELLE SPECINER Daily Arts Writer Ann Arbor is typically a peace- ful town. At the University, stu- dents converse in the Diag, friends catch up for a meal on State…

… Street and squirrels nibble quietly on some thrown-out snacks. But to author, '73 alum and U.S. Admin- istrative Law Judge Debra Gold- stein, Ann Arbor is the location of a murder. Goldstein hosted a book…

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