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September 23, 2009 (vol. 120, iss. 12) • Page Image 1

… about 640 people in the larger dining area and an addi- tional 70 people can find seating in the dining area upstairs around the Victors plaza - so room for See DINING CENTER, Page 3A LGHTS OUT Squirrel

… yesterday evening was brought on by an unlikely culprit. Most University buildings on the Central and Medical Campuses were left in the dark just after 6 p.m. yesterday when a squirrel shorted a transformer…

… individu- als to remain on NOTEBOOK their parents' health care plans until the age 26. If the resolution passes, MSA willeducate the studentbody about the legislation during an MSA Diag Day and will provide…

September 08, 2009 (vol. 120, iss. 1) • Page Image 53

… playing Frisbee in the Diag. You want to join them and soak in the warm sun, but you have a huge exam to study for. The idea of locking yourself in the UGLI all afternoon seems worse than failing your first…

… early fall, looking to break away from Ann Arbor's busy urban life, and it'sthe perfect place to experience Michi- gan's four seasons. In the spring, wildlife such as squirrels and rabbitsromp through…

diag central campus At the center of campus, and in many ways at the center of the Michi- gan experience, the Diag will take countless forms during your time here. The long, grassy expanse with criss…

…- crossing sidewalks is surrounded by campus buildings, punctuated on one end by the Hatcher Graduate Library and at the otherby the Rackham Grad- uate School. The cemented paths originated while the Diag was…

… still a pasture (outhouses and all) that students and faculty would use as a shortcut to go between class buildings. When the weather is temperate, the Diag is consistently populated with members of the…

… University community. You'll see people studying in the grass, throwing a Frisbee around, playing music and openly sharing opinions. The brass block "M" in the center of the patio section of the Diag is full…

…. There is always something happen- ing on the Diag: things spontaneous and small, like a few musicians strum- ming acoustic guitars, as well as social gatherings like "Hash Bash," acelebra- tion of…

… marijuana and Ann Arbor's lax pot laws held on the first Saturday of every April. Chances are you'll have a reason to walk through the diag at least once a day. Don't pass it up, especially when the weather…

… sizes for both men and women and are ideal for the next Hash Bash demonstration on the Diag. The warehouse also carries a wide array of cold-weather accessories for those brisk Mich- igan winters. The…

September 09, 2009 (vol. 120, iss. 2) • Page Image 40

…'ve fed the squirrels on the Diag, I'm not getting home until five, six o'clock, and then, jeez, here's the part that really sweats my gears, I've got way more than one hour of work to do. Try four hours…

… much of the Diag, but also with the original Museum of Modern Art. Initially, I was disgusted by the costly muse- um addition. On top of the issues I had with the incongruity of the building, it…

… transformed a grassy, shaded area of the Diag into an enormous concrete walkway. "Why don't we just lay con- crete over the entire Diag?" I thought. Out with natural settings, in with modern design. Those 80…

September 08, 2009 (vol. 120, iss. 1) • Page Image 26

… matter how abstract or unique your interest is, at the University those hobbies have been turned into clubs and groups that easily can be joined. For instance, if you find squirrels, especially the fuzzy…

… bunch of shirtless guys show off their subpar volleyball skills in the front "yard." "I swear, every time I see a Fiji in his little Fiji hat, there's a 50 percent chance he's on the Diag, collecting…

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