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January 30, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 85) • Page Image 20

…H U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER Life And Art FEBRUARY 1989 8 . HENTINA CLEGLNWSA E STiLE AndCAMP *SFEBRUARYU198 'Bitch dinner' The club scene 'Story of My Life' New Bohemians College women hold their Unusual clubs show Another foray into New Long familiar to Texans, own gripe forum. college life extends beyond York's social scene by Jay Edie Brickell is now hot the classroom. McInerney. nationwide. Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 AND mE 0...…

January 30, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 105) • Page Image 20

…t 'I A' v Typical Penthouse living room at Canterbury Lodge. Kitchen view in typical Charter Realty apartment. Note dishwasher, 14 cubic foot refrigerator. Carriage House, 1224 Washtenaw Chalet-1364 Geddes Road Forvm-726 S HERE'S WHY KNOWLEDGEABLE U-M STUDENTS LOOK TO CHARTER REALTY FOR THEIR HOUSING NEEDS In Ann Arbor the leading exponent of fine housing for stu- dents . .. of campus living at its very best ... is Charter Realty. O...…

January 30, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 64) • Page Image 20

… '' r t N R 't " a I . f i 19 0 V The Iv jchga4avWeeketo 'Star Wars' a hit at Briarwood EISound and Furyr 'TAR WARS': SOMETHING TO B.ELIEVE I BY DEAN BAKoPOULOS y....*._. ... ..._ * This article first appeared in the June 16, 1977 edition of The Michigan Daily. By Dense Fox It has been called a "fantasy," a com- bination of an Abbot and Costello com- edy and a Romeo and Juliet story, a movie for children, "the best picture of the year...…

January 30, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 67) • Page Image 20

…PROGRESS REPORT ON THE ENVIRONMENTAL BOND In April, 1990 the majority of voters in every Ann Arbor precinct supported the passage of a $28 million Environmental Bond for the City's solid waste programs. The Environmental Bond provides for long-term, safe, cost-effective integrated solid waste management for Ann Arbor residents and business. The Environmental Bond also provided nearly $800,000 match- ing funds for three state Protecting Michig...…

January 30, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 85) • Page Image 21

…FEBRUARY 1989 Life And Art U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER 9 Retiring for a needed evening of wine, women and whine(s) By Carolyn Alessio 2. WHY OUR MALE FRIENDS ARE EMBAR- The Daily Illini RASSED TO ORDER WINE COOLERS FOR US U. of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana AT BARS: "What's wrong with Matilda Okay, we admit it. My roommates Bay?" someone screeched. "Is BEER in- and I stole the idea for our Bitch Dinner finitely more cool, or ia it juat a lo...…

January 30, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 64) • Page Image 21

…108--TheMihigan Daily Weeken Ia -e ThursdayJanrar 30, 1997 0 0 0 TheMiq igap Daily WepenI 1 x r Scientists decipher complex, real-life physics of film trilogy By Eugene Bowen Daily Arts Writer Few people get excited about the sci- ences. Yet in viewing "Star Wars," many can find enjoyment in writers' and actors'use - and misuse - of the laws of science to make the unreal.,s Wm true. But perhaps most fan- tastic about "Star Wars" events...…

January 30, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 67) • Page Image 21

…TH ENViRONMENTAL BOND PROGRESS CHART July 1, 1990 through October 31, 1991 RECYCLING $7.93 million BOND $500,000 State grant ACCOMPLISHMENTS Purchased recycing collection trucks, recycling totes and curbcarts Constructed upgrade to the City's Recycling Processing Facility to sort mixed containers and mixed newspaper and cardboard Providing weekly recycling collection service to all 20,000 curbside residential locations and to 17,000 multi-fa...…

January 30, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 85) • Page Image 22

…10 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER Life And Art FEBRUARY 1989 10 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER Life And Art * FEBRUARY 1989 From political groups to juggling troupes, there's more to college than just going to classes. Students across the country are turning L L B S their hobbies into _. more broad-based groups on campus. * By Judy Sicora The Minnesota Daily U. of Minnesota, Twin Cities U niversity clubs, activities and sports ca...…

January 30, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 67) • Page Image 22

…-Compost Pile Size & Location A good size for a backyard compost pile is three to four feet high by four feet wide and as long as possible. This size is large enough to hold heat and still small enough for good air flow. Locate your pile close to your garden and a water source, and away from wooden structures and your neighbors. Yard wastes can be simply layered Into a heap in an Inconspicuous area on your lot. A tidier method uses simple stru...…

January 30, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 85) • Page Image 23

…FEBRUARY 1989 Life And Art U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER 11 FEBRUARY 1989 * Life And Art U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER 11 Suitcasers Continued From Page 1 "Our students deprive themselves of one of the very important aspects of col- lege life by suitcasing," he said. "Some national studies have shown that the suitcaser doesn't do as well academical- "because he or she tends not to adjust *ell to the college environment. Leaving for ...…

January 30, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 67) • Page Image 23

…ANN ARBOR'S Fall Leaf Compost Challenge -Y '1l S Try composting leaves at home this fall. Your yard leaves can break down into soil just as the leaves in the forest "vanish" each year. "No Excuses"' says Mother Nature. It will take too 1 ,ch ime. Bagging and dragging all of your leaves to the front curb requires much more effort than raking some leaves into a pile in your back yard. Just sprinkle a shovel-full of dirt over the leaf pile a...…

January 30, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 85) • Page Image 24

…12 U_ THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER Life And Art FEBRUARY 1989 12 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER Life And Art * FEBRUARY 1989 Queensiyche: A new metal force to reckon with By Michael Sturm The Daily Athenaeum West Virginia U. I'm sure that by now most of you have heard of Queensryche. Unfortunately, most of you have probably not heard their music. Oh, what you're missing. Queensryche first hit the music scene in 1983 with a self-titled ...…

January 30, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 67) • Page Image 24

…Left: Laura Wheeler of Chapel Hill Condominiums places newspapers from her home storage tote into the 105 gallon newspaper curbcart. A second curbcart is used for containers. Below: Recycle Ann Arbor services the curbcarts with the new recycling trucks that were purchased through a State DNR grant and the City Environmental Bond. The same trucks are used for curbside collection. vare 8 Ann Arbor Waste Watcher Fall/Winter 1991/92 …

January 30, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 85) • Page Image 25

…FEBRUARY 1989 life And Art U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER 13 BRIEFS. FERAR 98 if ndAtU.TE AINA OLEENESAPR1 ATTA T INO P L In general, are your professors more concerned wit: (a) teaching? (b) research? TELL US WHAT YOU THINK! CALL 1-800-662-5511 Watch for the results of this month's poll in U POLL RESULTS Do you think your col- lege education is worth the money you pay in tuition? YES 38% NO 61% UNSURE 1% To give you an opportunity to ...…

January 30, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 67) • Page Image 25

…Z N -- Before (above): Before implementation of the City's program, volunteers at Colonial Square collected recyclable materials in their own vehicles once a month. After (left): Stan Forrest shows how easy it to use the new recycling curbcarts at Colonial Square. Curbcarts are generally placed next to the trash dumpsters for added convenience. Highrise recycling (right): At University Towers, Aaron Homes empties containers from each floor int...…

January 30, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 85) • Page Image 26

…14 U_ THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER Dollars And Sense FEBRUARY 1989 14UTH NTINA CLLGENE SPE C DollrsECH eEsCONEBRMRY198 Out of this world Copycats Writing on the wall The Great Job Hunt * NASA's space program Find out what's right and Two students start a Several writers offer gets a boost from two wrong about copying successful poster business interview tips for finding universities. material. in Milwaukee. the right job. Page15 Page15 Pag...…

January 30, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 67) • Page Image 26

…Special Saturdays At the Station TheRecycling&EducationSta- tion is offering a series of Saturday workshops. Two sessions are .offered each Saturday at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Each lasts about one hour, and is limited to the first 20 participants. The work- shops are free and open to everyone, but those under nine must be accompanied by an adult. Parking is only available at 2000 South Industrial Highway. Nov 2 Creature Feeders In preparation for c...…

January 30, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 85) • Page Image 27

…FEBRUARY 1989 Dollars And Sense U_ THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER 15 Jniversity research sends NASA projects into space After many years of delay, telescope finally finished, set for 1990 space flight By Jeff Lin The Daily . of Washington A telescope partially designed by U. of Washington (UW) researchers will help give astronomers around the world an unprecedented view of the heavens. The telescope's 94-inch mirror will enable scientists t...…

January 30, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 67) • Page Image 27

… PLA x LA NO other plastics. Rinse everything. Labels are O.K. except on cans. Recycle metal lids. Discard plastic caps. ASTIC MILK JUGS discard cap flatten PLASTIC JNDRY BOTTLES (HDPE #2) discard cap flatten ALUMINUM trays & flattened foil GLASS JARS remove lids CANS remove labels & flatten METAL LIDS 4 - CITY OF ANN ARBOR %gRecycle! Guide Recycling Questions? Call Recycle Ann Arbor 971-7400 40 a ti loose NEWSPAPER BROWN PAPER BAGS bundle...…

January 30, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 85) • Page Image 28

…16 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER Dollars And Sense FEBRUARY 1989 Students combine business talents to post profits * By Niccona Teichert The Marquette Tribune Marquette U., WI For many students, the responsibility of managing classwork, living away from home and having friends is more than enough. But for two Marquette U. stu- dents, this workload didn't seem like much. So last spring, Brad Wirt, a business administra- tion sophomore, a...…

January 30, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 67) • Page Image 28

…Reduce, Reuse, Redistribute The following list of organizations is compiled in A Place for Everything...Recycle, Redistribute, Resell, by Kathryn Flynn and published by Turner Geriatric Services, University of Michigan Medical Center (available at Turner Clinic and local bookstores for $5). Please contact these organizations directly the hours of operation. Nonprofit Redistribution Centers House by the Side of the Road, 4133 Washtenaw County...…

January 30, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 85) • Page Image 29

…FEBRUARY 1989 Dollars And Sense U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER 17 FEBRUARY 1989 * Dollars And Sense U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER 17 - The Great Job Hunt Extra effort helps with iterviews, resume writing By Sarah Jonas and Melinda Farris aker Orange aker U., KS Spring is approaching and the time has come for students to begin thinking about careers, internships and jobs. A student should spend a good deal of time preparing for an...…

January 30, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 67) • Page Image 29

…Workplace Waste Reduction 77 Commercial Recycling Pilot Tracks Wastes and Recycling One hundred and twenty local businesses are participating in a year-long recycling pilot study with the City of Ann Arbor, Recycle Ann Arbor, Mr. Rubbish and Resource Recycling Systems. During the first phase of the pilot, every business received a site visit and and interview covering current waste-handling practices. On October 11, the refuse from all 120 ...…

January 30, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 85) • Page Image 30

…18 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER Student Body FEBRUARY 1989 18 THENATIONLCOLLEG NEWSPAPE Stud8RECdRE1ATIONE Mountain madness All-Americans An age revisited Eye-opener Students find mountain The college sports media Some students are A new study shows bikes provide a new outdoor picks the best iootball adopting the sport of kings certain vitamins and perspective. players of 1988. as their game. minerals help protect your Page 21 Page 21 P...…

January 30, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 67) • Page Image 30

…DEAR WAST ANSWERS Dear Waste Watcher: What pointers can you offer in preparing materials for recycling? Recycle Ann Arbor, the nonprofit organization that collects and processes Ann Arbor's residental recyclables, has the following reminders for preparing materials to recycle: E WATCHER Dear Waste Watcher: What can I do leftover house paint? with Do not place any other paper prod- ucts into the " Newspapers" totes be- sides newspapers, bro...…

January 30, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 85) • Page Image 31

…FEBRUARY 1989 Student Body . U_ THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER 19 +K OF IT AS i iw :; ; , _ Nothing feels better to your bicuspids than the satisfying crunch of Post®*Grape-Nuts® cereal. These great tasting little nuggets roll around your molars with resounding nuttiness. So whether you're chowing down at the dining hall, snacking back at the dorm or ending an all-nighter at your apartment...sink your incisors into a one-of-a-kind mastic...…

January 30, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 67) • Page Image 31

…Materials Accepted for Curbside Recycling and at the Drop-Off Station Household Batteries Place several at a time in a clear plastic bag OUTSIDE of the totes. Used Motor Oil Place into a see-through plastic milk jug with a screw-top lid. No other fluids besides motor oil. Car Batteries No leaky batteries Large Corrugated Cardboard which doesn't fit into the "newspaper" tote. Flatten, tie into budles no larger than 3'x2'x6" and place next ...…

January 30, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 85) • Page Image 32

…20 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER Student Body FEBRUARY 1989 20 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER Student Body * FEBRUARY 1989 CLASSIFIEDS . Reach over 2 million college students with an ad in U.'s Classi- rate: $395 per column inch. Send order and remittance payable fied Advertising section. Rates: $7.95 per word, minimum 10 to U. The National College Newspaper, Classified Ad Depart- words. Bold type $1.00 additional per word. Displ...…

January 30, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 85) • Page Image 33

…FEBRUARY 1989 Student Body U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER 21 Mountain Continued From Page 18 tious smile. "I figure by (riding to school), people will see me come to class with a big Cile and say 'Hey, what is it that he s?' I'll shake the water off my hat and just smile," Poitry said. Poitry feels mountain bikes have opened up the bicycle industry. "They are so versatile and people don't get flats and bend up their rims everytime they ho...…

January 30, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 85) • Page Image 34

…22 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER Student Body FEBRUARY 1989 22 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER Student Body E FEBRUARY 1989 diated BRIEFS I College Journalist of the Year Award Awarded by a panel of respected journalism professionals to an outstanding student journalist for excellence in reporting and writing in a subject of vital importance to the campus community and for commitment to the highest standards of journalism. JOURNALI...…

January 30, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 85) • Page Image 35

…EBRUARY 1989 Student Body U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER 23 1oney no barrier between 'have' and 'havenot' roommates By Jonathon Danek The Daily Illini U. of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana Patrice Mitchell, sophomore in en- gineering at the U. of Illinois, Cham- paign-Urbana, was born when her pa- rents were still in college. Although she was eight years old before they held full- e jobs, her parents' current occupa- ns have led to an extreme...…

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