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September 11, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 122) • Page Image 1

…Now that Anne Duderstadt is part of the University team as well as the President's family, the administration has some questions to answer. Katie Webster, who plays at The Ann Arbor Blues and Jazz Festival tonight, almost missed the big time - her folks didn't want a booze-soaked, drug-shootin' R&B star in the family. Here's the Wolverine football season in a nutshell: Michigan is good, and the Big Ten is bad. For this and other scoops, s...…

November 11, 1992 (vol. 103, iss. 32) • Page Image 1

…The most recent, and probably final, draft of the student code of conduct continues to extend University where it doesn't belong. Unfortunately, it looks like we're stuck with it. Whether you're a jazz fan or not, you'll enjoy "The Resurrection of Lady Lester," which will be performed Thursday through Sunday at the Mendelssohn Theater. Michigan moved up in the latest football polls, but the Wolverines' shot at a national championship is now ...…

December 11, 1992 (vol. 103, iss. 52) • Page Image 1

…Did you ever wonder how your teaching assistant ever got his or her job? Andrew Taylor takes a closer look at one of the most-discussed groups on campus -TAs. Bored with your life? We've got the answer. Get the lowdown on the latest works of Neeme Jarvi and Sergei Prokofiev in today's "Who What When Where." The Michigan basketball team will be tested long after the players are done with their final exams. Find out how the Wolverines will be ...…

February 11, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 74) • Page Image 1

…Most students on this campus are aware of alcohol. So why did the Michigan Student Assembly spend $13,000 to reinforce the notion? Good question. Nitzer Ebb used to thrive on pissing people off, but now they're grown up with their new album, Ebbhead. Read about British Pop's violent youths turned good. The Michigan men's volleyball team took a weekend tour of the Big Ten, and the trip had mixed results. The Wolverines fell to Minnesota and P...…

March 11, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 90) • Page Image 1

…Letters, letters, and more letters. This opinion page has more letters than a bowl of alphabet soup. Readers told us we didn't know what we are doing, so we let them try it. Thee Hypnotics (can't you just hear Dave Kendall pronouncing it?), a British import, are heavily influenced by the rock 'n' roll of Detroit's past. Now they're ready to show Motown why. The Michigan basketball team proved it can beat the second-ranked team in the nation,...…

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