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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…

March 13, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 96) • Page Image 7

squirrel. "A lot more people have expressed fear of squirrels, en was the last time anyone was accosted by a wolverine?" Wilson said. Unlike Wilson, some of the candidates on the FRAT Party ballot are not as…

… good time," said Nebulan. If students have not noticed many FRAT Party fliers or names for FRAT Party candidates chalked on the Diag it is because the party has been experimenting with some new…

December 06, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 47) • Page Image 1

… demonstration on the Diag yesterday afternoon. Winter courses offiered o Islam,- By Tomislav Ladika Daily Staff Reporter wo In response to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and the war in Afghanistan, several…

… spent the after- noon sitting, sleeping and studying on' the grass surrounding the Diag. "This has been a mild autumn - usually I have my snowblower operat- ing by now," said research associate Tom Goss…

…- University. for it," LSA senior Mike Shapiro quipped while strumming on a guitar. "I hope the squirrels are enjoying One drawback of the unseasonably warm temperatures, local retailers said, has been slow…

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