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September 03, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 3, 2002 - 3A GRTE Protesters take aim at primate research Female becomes unconscious after overdose A female passed out on a bench in front of Mary Markley Residence Hall yesterday morning, according to Department of Public Safety reports. Huron Valley Ambulance determined that the victim was suffering from fatigue brought on by an overdose of medication and did not transfer her. No state...…

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…A 4A - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 3, 2002 OP/ED 1 (The £kbijun *aiig 420 MAYNARD STREET ANN ARBOR, MI 48109 letters@michigandaily.com EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN SINCE 1890 JON SCHWARTZ Editor in Chief JOHANNA HANINK Editorial Page Editor Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of the majority of the Daily's editorial board. All other articles, letters and cartoons ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 3, 2002 - 5A Coleman looks to fill interim posts; Willis named new dean of students By Maria Sprow which point he is planning to leave Daily Staff Reporter on sabbatical Greenfield said he is "I think nrnhahlv #hah dacf Hart (if Athletic director concerned with aerfrd adveri zg i There will be a lot of new faces showing up on campus later this year and not just first-time students as University Presi...…

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…0 6A - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 3, 2002 CONVOCATION Continued from Page 1A tly how you feel because I am new here too," Coleman told the arena filled with approximately 4,000 freshmen. She talked to students about what she called the "dance" students must perform during col- lege: One step forward, one step back and a side- ways slide. "Learning should be a joyful, exciting experi- ence -not a dogged march from the first day o...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 3, 2002 - 7A New trend shows Europeans looking inward PARIS - A year ago, Europe watched America's calamity, stunned and sickened but still an ocean away. Now, dusted with Sept. 11 fallout, Europeans grapple with a new kind of world. Fearful of foreigners in their midst, voters have shifted to the right. Muslims with roots generations deep in European soci- eties find themselves excluded in a mood of us...…

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…44 The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 3, 2002 - 8A COLEMAN Continued from Page 1A that are focused on financial aid. Michigan has taken a stance, and I have cer- tainly admired it from afar, that it wants to be a really great University. And that has driven the tuition increase. We always have to be careful though, we always have to be aware of the issues that students face, and their families face. We don't want to make Michigan a plac...…

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… Welcome back ... Interested in joining our fine staff? Stop by the Stu- dent Publications Building. ARTS TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 3, 2002 michigandaily.com TwO COMPETE ON 'AMERICAN IDOL' FOR A RECORD DEAL WITH RCA By Ryan Blay Daily TV/New Media Editor Kelly Clarkson. Justin Guarini. Remember these names, because one of them will soon be a bona fide star. Despite its often-annoying hosts, Brian Dunkle- man and Ryan Seacrest, "American Idol" ha...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 3, 2002 - 11A 'My Big Fat Greek Wedding' a welcome change of cinema pace By Ryan Blay Daily TV/New Media Editor lifestyle. When Toula meets Ian Miller (John Corbett, "Sex and the City"), an Anyone who's grown up in a attractive En large family, especially one of eastern Euro- a pean descent, knows that family means ***k never having a moment alone. This is the life in MY BIG FAT which Toula Portokalo...…

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…0 12A - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 3, 2002 I; I'I II;I , RK'1'1 ;CII I III( ;k ; OF 4 ~wwkroger.com 9 R p 0-m-wo 22.7.11,;, m I Kroger Gallon sale Skim, 112%k, i%, 2%, Vitamin 0, Chocolate Milk, Orange or Apple Juice from Concentrate General Mills Cheerios l5oz, Cinnamon Toast Crunch l4oz or Trix l2oz Box mulms- 'qq 88 a I for ~v~< ~tX l2pk or 6pk Assorted, l2oz Cans or .5 Liter Btls, Plus Deposit Ifor9 Tostit...…

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…cJ idlJn&l SPORTS .~ '.~ ~ . ~ A ~ Tuesday September 3, 2002 13A -------------------------------------- rain ri ts Questions remain after dramatic 'M'victory DANNY MOLOSHOK/Daily The Michigan faithful looked on Saturday afternoon as kicker Philip Brabbs nailedthe gamewinner to give the Wolverines a 31-29 victory. Brabbs had missed two field goals earlier in the game. Blue kicker Brabbs makes amends via last-second heroics Saturday's...…

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…4 14A - The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 3, 2002 3PORTs BRIEFS A TE dFTanHEEE ATH LE TE OF T HE W EEK Oakland ties American League record with win OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - Miguel Tejada and the Oakland Athletics simply refuse to lose - even when the degree of difficulty gets higher and higher. Tejada got his second straight game- ending hit as the A's matched the longest winning streak in AL history with their 19th straight vic...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 3, 2002 - 15A STEVE MICHIGAN 31 WASHINGTON 29 JACKSON Brabbs' kick sends him to mountaintop Athletic stupidity was at its best over the summer By J. Brady McCollough Daily Sports Writer This summer has featured more than its fair share of sports sto- ries that made me say: "That's the most insanely stupid thing that I have ever read." It all started in May, when Aus- tralian-rules football...…

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…4 16A - The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 3,2002 "AT HALFTIME, WE SAID NO MATTER WHAT WE'RE COMING OUT OF THIS TUNNEL SINGING 'THE VICTORS.' WE'RE GOING TO WIN." - SENIOR SAFETY CHARLES DRAKE PAVERS OF THE GAME: HUSKIES Continued from Page 13A Michigan team trying not just to take one back from the Huskies, but a team trying to regain its pride and competitive spirit after a miserable end to the 2001 cam- paign. Navarre threw ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 3, 2002 - 17A 'Average Joes' key to Malone's new look By Joe Smith Daily Sports Editor Same old offense, just more production. That's what many casual observers of Satur- day's game could say about the new offensive schemes unleashed by offensive coordinator Terry Malone. "That's a fair statement," said quarterback John Navarre. The Wolverines didn't line up nine wide receivers or utilize many tr...…

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…41 18A - The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 3, 2002 Youth will take place n the post By Chris Burke Daily Sports Writer New year offers challenges and opportunities for Cagers 6 By Seth Klempner Daily Sports Writer Often during the 2001-2002 season, the Michigan basketball team found itself out of options up front. With only one true big man, now-graduated cen- ter Chris Young, the BASKETBALL Wolverines had to Notebook plug 6...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday'- September 3, 2002 - 19A 'Tough' summer for icers as stars take off By Charles Paradis Daily Sports Writer When Michigan hockey coach Red Berenson was asked about losing two of his best players in the span of a few days this summer, he responded, "It's been a tough week." The Wolverines lost their No. 1 scoring threat, Mike Cammalleri, and their top returning defender, Mike Komis- HOCKEY arek, to the NHL....…

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…0 20A - The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 3, 2002 I I fl 1. iLce DEPOT What you need. What you need to know: Build Your Own Get $100 Back b MailI With the Purchase of Select HP Notebook Computers Through Our "Build Your Own" Kiosk. See store for details. Available in store only. See store for details and a complete selection of applicable models. Whtu yofceed. What You need to know: &! ~14999 After $20 Mail-In Rebate --l...…

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…i The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 3, 2002 - 21A Deacons beat Blue for third- straight time By Ban Steer Daily Sports Writer Wake Forest is becoming a thorn in the Michigan field hockey team's side. For the second straight year, the Demon Deacons handed the Wolverines their first loss of the season, recording a 2-0 shutout during the ACC/Big Ten Chal- lenge in Chapel Hill this past weekend. The loss gave the Wolverines a weeken...…

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…4 22A - The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 3, 2002 Solidarity replaces star power for Blue harriers Post-Webb life now a reality for Michigan By Joe Ferrentino For The Daily The Michigan men's cross country team rode the performance of three All-Americans, including freshman phenom Alan Webb, to an 1 ith-place finish at the NCAA National Championships last year. This year, it's out to prove it doesn't need star power to succeed...…

September 03, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 1) • Page Image 23

…Polo coach bolts to Berkeley By Dan Rosen Daily Sports Writer In its first two years as a varsity program, the Michigan water polo team has steadily climbed the colle- giate ranks, capped, by a fourth-place finish at last spring's NCAA Champi- onships. But if that trend is to continue, it will have to be without the only varsity head coach the school has ever Drury-Pinto known. Friday, coach Amber Drury-Pinto resigned her post to take over th...…

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…44 24A - The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 3, 2002 Quiet leader inspires with loud presence By Eric Chan Daily Sports Writer It's ironic that the leader of the No. 18 Michi- gan women soccer team is one of the quietest members of the team. Senior forward Abby Crumpton, a returning first team All-Big Ten selection, was elected by her teammates this year as one of the team's tri-captains, along with fellow seniors Andrea Kayal an...…

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…- ---------- --- - - ---- ---------------- NEW STUDE NT EDITION s~a4 Fall 2002 Editorial page desk: 764-0552 www.michigandally.com 'mq ,-',o-. ,.. ~-.,.,.... ',a ...,.x,.';n.a nom, < A:, ,a§.,9/,a,, a LUKE' . SMITH 111 YEARS OF EDITORIAL FREEDOM The Hitchhiker's' guide to college ot too far out off of overly mapped highways from the unfashionable side of a state that's shaped like a glove on a planet three rocks from a bright yellow ...…

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…2B - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition V LETTERS TO THE EDITOR VIEWPOINT Students achieve victory in Law School case Incoming University president will be strongly pro-student TO THE DAILY: I was a little surprised at the article on the Iowa response to Mary Sue Coleman's departure, "Iowans say Cole- man had challenging presidency" (05/30/02). I find it incomplete and cast negatively. While I am not familiar with Students Organizing...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - 3B a VIEWPOINT , Israel:-Democracy's last stand in the Middle East BY YULIA DERNOVSKY Fall 2002, the first day of another school year at the University of Michigan, I fear that once again I enter the battleground of the Israeli- Palestinian conflict, location Ann Arbor, Michigan. Having witnessed numerous clashes between the two sides in past years, I notice that sadly most, though not all, of t...…

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…A 4B - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition AT THE BARGAINING TABLE hough the GEO received all of the provisions that they were after durii hough the GEO received all of the provisions that they were after durir T~versity, victory did not come until after months of heated bargaining bete Icontract talks The Daily featured this analysis of the seven issues that main concerns of the University are budgetary, due to fiscal uncertainties. ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - 5B VIEWPOINT To fight or not to fight: I By CHRIS FARAI Something amazing is taking place in Israel right now. I can guess what you must be thinking. It has something to do with violence. Someone, from some group, be it Pales- tinian or Israeli, committed a new, even more egregious act of violence. Something worse than what we've already wit- nessed for over a year now, since the most recent Pales...…

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…E 6B - The Michigan Daily -- New Student Edition My education is more important than your children AUBREY HENRETTY NEUROTICA MSAs staggering journey to war d irrelevance ZAC PEsKowITZ THE LOWER FREQUENC ES The Graduate Employees Oranization's latest contract chnsnegotiations and dugout-style chnsfor solidarity-in-the-face-of- the-evil-oppressor have been wildly entertainig. It's been delightftul to see the University searching in vain Sfor...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - 7B And now a word from you*.. Daily picture did more to advertise for Nike than SOLE's golf balls To THE DAILY: I have been asked numerous times, "what was up with the golf balls" - in reference to The Daily's ditorial Feb. 12, SOLE Sporting Nike? which commented on the factthat Students Organizing for Labor and Economic Equality used Nike golf balls Feb. 11 on the Diag. The answer to that questi...…

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…I 8B - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition The regents hit ... Finally, a fall break Failing grade Pass/fail deadline too early The University Board of Regents, after years of requests from students, passed a fall break at their December meeting. The break will begin this year and classes will not be held on Oct. 14 or 15 of the fall 2002 semester. The regents' major concern had been that the fall break would become essentially an, ex...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - 9B Chatting with the enemy: Horowitz and the state of liberalism After his speech March 19, David Horowitz spoke with the Daily about that evening's events and his thoughts on university liberalism. By Aubrey Henretty, Manish Raiji and Zac Peskowitz Six hundred people filled the Michigan Union Ballroom to hear David Horowitz speak March 19 night - with over 400 people standing in the hallway, unable ...…

September 03, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 1) • Page Image 34

…I 10B - Ri ~ . - New Stuident Edition III Ann Arbor Chinese~ Christian Church, SBC . r *Y 4;,Cantonese Worship: 9:00-10:00 ~J ~ ~Mandarin Worship: 10:15-11:30 English Worship; 11:45-1:00 PMl Friday Mandarin & Cantonese Fellowship: 1:30 pm Jesus Loves von! we welcome you to loin us. 1750 Ohm Varren Read, MI. 48105 Phone: 668-9128 Fax: 662-0264 Church URL http:I/aaccc.org IL fr~tdefl$! f 7 a united methodist recnifing'campus ministr r welcom...…

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…ka '.7 1 NEWS: 76-DAILY wwwmichigandally.com Fall 2002 , LYLE HENRETTY 0 I uc Woman, homeless he/p make U'yours S o after years of hard work, studying and a dizzying array of extra-curricular activities, you've finally made it into college! Let me be the first to say congratula- tions! Congratulations on both the completion of your high school years and your wonderful decision to become an undergraduate in the University of Michigan co...…

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…4 2C - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Tuesday, September 3, 2002 6 s f a j .< i <i k i a a i y,'iftr c a B " 6 ay ccain use florum f% $ 1 Y 2 k 4 .1 tr S r i > <a 3 L f a a j " L Q .. a 'aLy$' yyy . J F> f e k > '. ? 4 }. b 4 to push mol IL ; voluntee sm RRd :R y}t f Sp 5: y T Y >.. 3n F ° '. 4 fA F By Louie Meizlish and Shannon Pettypiece Daily Staff Reporters Following in the steps of John E Kennedy, who as a presidential candi...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Tuesday, September 3, 2002 - 3C Changing the face of campus of LSI IIHill receives $2 Next phase i constructioni By Maria Sprow Daily Staff Reporter The shovel hit the dirt on the construction site of the new Biomedical Science Research Build- ing for the first time in a groundbreaking cere- mony April 16. The BSRB is part of the Life Sciences Initia- tive started under former University President L...…

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…I 4C - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Tuesday, September 3, 2002 Security of the future: M-Cards may be used to open residence hall bedrooms and restrooms By Jeremy Berkowitz Daily Staff Reporter In addition to present construction on Hill Auditorium, Mason Hall and the Life Sciences Institute, students will see a fair amount of work being done in residence halls over the next two years in efforts to improve secu- rity. Departm...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Tuesday, September 3, 2002 - 5C You gotta fight for your rights Rlyat Union s . targets racist views, ormnCe By Daniel Kim i Daily Staff Reporter JOHN PRATT/Daily Take Back the Night rally organizers listen to local musicians and artists perform original pieces related to sexual assault and the empowerment of women. R ally empowers Ivictims of asal Aftershocks of anger over conservative author Davi...…

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…4 6C - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Tuesday, September 3, 2002 RHA ban goes up in smoke by just one vote By Maria Sprow Daily Staff Reporter The Residence Hall Association came one vote short of passing a resolution Jan. 24 in favor of making all residence halls smoke-free within the next two years. The resolution was written by Kinesiology freshman and West Quad resident Pete Woiwode after University Housing officials asked RH...…

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…t The Michigan Dailv - New Student Edition -- Tuesdav. September 3. 2002 - 7C I Th mnk ghi n l lv -n w Stid1At F1iinn - Tiiar$.v nwumhcr . 9009 - 7fv WALKOUT Continued from Page iC ended after 11 hours. "We are really happy with the turnout today. All over campus, there is a lot of noise, a lot of energy," GEO organizing committee member and Rackham student Rachel Meyer said. "I think we've done a good job shutting down the University. If y...…

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…8C - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Tuesday, September 3, 2002 Finally ... the Rock returned Get in line: mAccess den~ied The rock of Michigan can be found on the corner of Hill Street and Washtenaw Avenue. REA I% By Jeremy Berkowitz Daily Staff Writer Continuing problems with the Wolverine Access online registration system caused hundreds of seniors to line up outside the Registrar's Office Nov. 27 to register for winter seme...…

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…I The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Tuesday, September 3, 2002 - 9C "Ir MichiganEngineering University of Michigan College of Engineering wu , .$£:: : '.r. .r Nf^i:j 'i" 'rca : s: ° x:+ 2v dean's onor -IV The Dean and faculty of the College of Engineering congratulate the following undergraduates for attaining the Dean's Honor List. These students completed a minimum of 12 graded credit hours and received a 3.5 GPA or bett...…

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September 03, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 1) • Page Image 45

… NExv STUDENT EDITION k v , Y;L 'r RT NEWS: 76-DAILY wwwmichigandally.com JENNIFER FOGEL SECTION Fall 2002 it , c is , s c r p l f' f a i 'Fellowship of the Ring' new standard for epic f sets a antasy Al/I ever needed to know I learned from my televis'ion 'iright kiddies, it's time to listen up and pay attention. I'm only going to say this once. All the learning you'll vet need isn't going to come from between the pages of that enorm...…

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…I 2D - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Tuesday, September 3, 2002 i ,, 4i niversity Activties The University Activities Cen ter (UAC) is a student-runt programing organti- to the lives of the students, faculty and staff 'In the University comun lity. Organization-s under the IlIAC umbrella include: .Amazin' Blue: A co-ed, purely a catpela singing ense thle, Amin'I)-Blue is the oldest existing tunied-voice < a celagroutp at th...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Tuesday, September 3, 2002 - 3D Live From New York Strokes poised for stardom By Luke Smith Daily Arts Editor Rarely does a band come along that gar- ners so much hype and so much backlash in a few moments. The Strokes are five normal guys from New York with an upper-class background and a penchant for looking like they stepped out of CBGB's circa 1973. Their debut record Is This It supports near...…

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…4 4D - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Tuesday, September 3, 2002 WCBN ContInued from Page 1D another type of contrast. For exam- ple, a sample of Schietinger's set from one of his freeform shows includes British electronic, reggae, '50s soul, ambient electronic, folk, lounge and then instrumental hip- hop. "I think it's an important position that freeform DJs have. Because there's so much music in this world that to put it in a c...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Tuesday, September 3, 2002 -5D Superior 'Alias' becomes fall season darling; critics praise Garner's talent By Jennfer Fogel United States. Confused yet? "Alias" has double, maybe even triple agents Daily Arts Writer and still after watching the show, it is not so much confusion you should worry about, but keeping track of all the surprises. At least it keeps things Take one college co-ed with a vast...…

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…0 6D - The Michigan Daily -,- New Student Edition - Tuesday, September 3, 2002 Mario doesn't live here anymore I Controversial 'Grand Theft Auto 3' a must- play for Playstation 2 By Matt Grandstaff "Grand Theft Auto 3" are done on foot. When on Daily Arts Writer foot, your character can do anything he wants: Stop traffic, steal cars and mess with anyone who gets in Warning: The following is a review for the most his way. disturbing, inappro...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Tuesday, September 3, 2002 - 7D Pollack admits his new novel is the year's funniest By Luke Smith Daily Arts Editor The literary defense system has been threatened at the seams as of late by the sprouting army of like-but unlike, casually ironic and completely satirical brains working out of a central location somewhere in the McSweeney's compound. Neal Pollack is one such brain. His first novel "T...…

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…4 8D - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Tuesday, September 3, 2002 'Donnie Darko' finds second life on DVD By JeffrDickerson Daily Arts Editor "Donnie Darko" was released in October of last year without an ounce of publicity promoting the film. It debuted in a truly limited release on only 58 screens around the country. While the film was well Courtesy of Warner Bros. The adventure continues 17 years later on DVD. 'The Goonies' a...…

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