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September 05, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 1) • Page Image 13

…NEW STUDENT EDITION C I be Ninety-six Years of Editorial Freedom + NEW STUDENT EDITION f Ak Vol. XCVI-- No. 1 Copyright 195 The Michigan Doily Ann Arbor, Michigan - Thursday, September 5, 1985 Eighty-two Pages Minority enrollment expected to rise By MARLA GOLD For the second year in a row, minority student enrollment at the University is expected to rise, despite a nationwide trend of decreasing minority enrollment. Following eight ...…

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…L Page A 2- The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985 New Student Edition The Daily drops to 5-day circulation Editors ................. Marla Gold Rachel Gottlieb News Staff: Laura Bischoff, Ann Carlson, Andrew Eriksen, Leela Fer- nandes, David Goodwin, Susan Grant, Steve Herz, Thomas Hrach, Nadine Lavagnino, John Logie, Eric Mattson, Kery Murakami, Janice Plotnik, Pamela Price, Christy Riedel, Katie Wilcox. Sports Editor.........Ad...…

September 05, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 1) • Page Image 15

…h Reports By LAURA BISCHOFF harassment b Reports of sexual harassment at the are never repo nwiersity have jumped significantly Sexual hara in the past five years, but Affirmative severity from Action Director Virginia Nordby plied threats, thidks the number of incidents may prohibits com actipally be decreasing. that interfere The rise in reports does not academic or p necessarily mean that more people ce. arebeing harassed, Nordby said. MELA...…

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…0 Page A 4 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985 4 0 ftCtigan BatIt Edited and managed by students at The University of Michigan Editorials represent a majority opinion of the Daily's Editorial Board Mainstreaming maims muse [Vol. XCVI -No. 1 420 Moynard St. Ann Arbor, Ml48109 Say something ONTROVERSIES of one sort or another come and go at the University with enough frequency that it - seems possible to chart certain tendenc...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985 - Page A 5 Col College changes people. It's suppose anyway. For four years we have nearly all freedoms of being an adult, and nearly r of the responsibilities. Something is be to happen. It could be explosive, it coul subtle, or it could be silly. Eric Mattson AS SOON AS Mom and Dad pull from the curb, we feel like we're all a Home just drove off in a Chevrolet, an( probably won't see it again ...…

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…Page A 6 - The Michigan Doily - Thursday, September 5, 1985 BAM strike memories reveal current apathy By MARLA GOLD Students held teach-ins all over campus. They formed picket lines outside school buildings, held demon- strations, and blocked traffic. City police were called in repeatedly to control possible violence. Three days after the Black Action Movement Strike of 1970 officially began, students started to boycott classes. By the strike...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985 - Page A7 'Star W By SUSAN GRANT The new military "Star Wars" research project has sparked an old ralfipus controversy: Should the University play a part in military research? Interim Vice President for Resear- ch Alfred Sussman says it should. "This is a state university, and in that sense, an arm of the government. (The University) has a responsibility to help the federal government to protec...…

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…0 Page A 8 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985 La Marque de Qualite since 1927 r - LINGERIE YH IN K [ .\ . . r "Y i V" SATURDAY FEB. 22 - SATURDAY MAR. 1 $10.00 DEPOSIT HOLDS: NOW... Va " " " " " Bras & Panties Robes & Sleepwear Imported Blouses Handkerchiefs Scarves & Gloves Hosiery AM Dag i a geatd to ginve 16ww1 WE HAVE LOTS OF BALLOONS TOO! LOUISE FLOWERS AND Gil FREEPORT BAHAMAS . . . .m.s. . .e.u ..9 round trip a...…

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…6 'age A 10 -The Michigan Daily --Thursday, September 5, 1985 Pell Grants increase Arborlcrnd Consumer Mall Welcomes You to the University of Michiganl (Continued from Page 1) set said the offices spent the rest of the summer adjusting the awards that were sent out last spring. THE increase mainly effects out-of- state students and students who missed the financial aid application deadline, Borset said. In-state students probably won't see...…

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…New code 'draft advocates protection, ntpunishmnt (continued from Page 1) see a decentralized approach to a set of regulations. Under that plan, found guilty by a University hearing separate units, such as the housing of- officer. fice or the athletic department, would WHETHER THE procedures will be allowed to set up their own gain the acceptance of even the guidelines, within limits, for students. University Council, much less the BUT THERE d...…

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…Page A 12-- The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985 ww u .s A W"L__ mnA W-A.A- Aana . San Vt a .C FOR THE BEST PRICES and HUGE SELECTION! 0 0 e 0 SCHOOL SUPPLIES HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS PH COSMETICS FILM and PHOTO PROCESSING HOINE 994-1262 307 SOUTH STATE STREET STATE COUPON MEAD SPIRAL NOTEBOOK 0 " 80 SHEETS 9 COLLEGE RULE LIMIT 1 - EXPIRES 9-13-85 STATE COUPON CARTER'S HI-LITER 5 REGULAR or FLUORESCENT . STATE COUPON MEAD EN...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985-- Page A 13 'U' schools rebound after cuts. By KERY MURAKAMI Two-and-a-half years after major budget cuts were made in three of the University's low-priority schools, of- ficials say they are back on track and improving their programs. The Schools of Natural Resources, Art, and Education were targeted for budget cuts as part of the University's "Five Year Plan" to reallocate funds to make the U...…

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…0 Page A 14 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985 R.C. prof describes her passion for Chile } By KATIE WILCOX' ,:liana Moya-Raggio is a woman of passionate beliefs - about her homeiand of Chile under a dictator- sIgp, about her role as a teacher, and about her language and cultural heritage. And the feelings she inspires iii her students are equally strong. "She is passionate about every deision she is confronted with, from pol...…

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…Homosexuals rally at pride week events By CHRISTY RIEDEL workshops and programs offered doubled, Toy said. Over the years the In 1969, the patience of the New participation "has been pretty con- York gay community was stretched to stant," he added. the breaking point. When police "In my opinion, (pride week raided the Stonewall Union Bar in focuses) on accepting an identity Greenwich Village one June night, the that's been hard to accept, and ...…

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…Page A 16. - The Michigan Daily -Thursday, September 5, 1985 I Constructing A Nevv Image At The L T q r 'p i I 4 IJ Ji I 1 1 I Come In And SeeTh 0li The University Cellar is bigger and better than ever on North Campus! This summer, the Cellar has renovated and expanded its North Campus retail location in the lower level of the Commons building inorder to better serve the growing North Campus community. Now, in addition to o...…

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…I E cl Lii:Wan Ninety-six years of editorialfreedom iE ilj Supplement to The Michigan Doily Ann Arbor, Michigan - Thursday, September 5, 1985 Section A2 - Twelve Pages ' increasing computer accessibility By KERY MURAKAMI Starting this fall and continuing until the end of 1987, the University will try to maintain its tradition of staying ahead of the times by making computers readily ac- cessible to all students. "I'd like to see computer...…

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…Page A2 2 - The Michigan Daily -Thursday, September 5, 1985 'U' test tube baby program sparks hope By KATIE WILCOX University Hosptials' test tube baby program has sparked new hope for in- fertile couples in the state. The first baby conceived in the Hos- pital's In Vitro Fertilization/Embryo Transfer (IVF/ET) program was born July 12 and the next birth is ex- pected in December. In vitro literally mean "in glas's," and refers to con- ception...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985 - Page A2 3 Student organizes SADD on 'camus By NADINE LAVAGNINO Kevin did not mean to kill his classmate. He was idrunk when he left the party, but the 17-year-old drove his car home anyway. He was three feet over the double yellow line in the center of the "-rad when he smashed into a car driven by a girl fIrom his high school. She did not survive the accident. KEVIN DID, and was sentenced to...…

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…0 I Page A2 4 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985 MSA setting up ad hoc committee By KERY MURAKAMI This fall, the Michigan Student Assembly will begin initiatives to try 'to overcome internal problems which. are hampering the student gover- nment's effectiveness. During the last student government 'elections in April, Kevin Michaels, the torch-carrier for a moderate party, said most students didn't know what MSA is. "I ASKED...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985 -Page A2 5 'U' creates tech center By KATIE WILCOX The University is heading full force into the era of high technology, and the creation of the Center for Machine Intelligence is one of the main thrusts of this movement. CMI is a research-oriented center geared toward creating artificial in- telligence from integrating existing technologies such as computers, communications systems, and alread...…

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…Page A2 6-The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985 .Students foktROC By KATIE WILCOX The University's Reserve Officers Training Corps is recruiting higher quality students than in past years, and iore people are applying than ever before, according to ROTC officers. "We've probably never had it so good," said John man- tei, an Air Force ROTC detachment commander. "It's been a great last two years in terms of quality and number of stud...…

September 05, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 1) • Page Image 35

…O Group supports theatre boycott By DAVID GOODWIN Thq Pinkertons, a street theatre group comprised of Ann Arbor com- munity members, say they plan to continue to protest outside the State Street Theatre until union projec- tionists are rehired and movie discounts restored. The street theatre group is upset -that Kerasotes Theatres Inc., of Springfield, Ill., dismissed members of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees and Mo...…

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…0 Page A2 8 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985 Task force to examine housing zoning laws 0 By SUSAN GRANT The Ann Arbor Planning Commission has established a task force to examine the possibility of changing city zoning laws pertaining to sororities, fraternities, and other group housing. The committee, called the R2B Planning Task Force, was established after the Collegiate Sorosis Sorority bought a house on Lincoln Avenue...…

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… The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985 - Page A2 9 Lab research on pets sparks controversy (Continued from Page 1) Medicine makes periodic visits to research sites in 23 buildings on cam- pus, Sussman said. Professors who plan to use animals in research projects must fill out a Notice of Intent supplied by the unit, answering questions about facilities, surgical procedures, drugs to be ad- ministered, and forms of euthanasia to be ...…

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…4 Page A2 10 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985 'U' construction booms By SUSAN GRANT "Current University construction, which will cost an estimated $350 million upon completion, is running along smoothly, and many of the new buildings are scheduled to open this fall. "The only project behind schedule due to slow construction is the elec- trical and computer center" for the College of Engineering on North Campus, said Char...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985 - Page A2 11 The Michigan Theater undergoes restoration By JANICE PLOTNIK Fifty-seven years of wear and tear Chas taken its toll on the historic Michigan Theater, but management pfficials plan to restore the structure to its original vaudeville movie palace atmosphere here next year. Plans are currently being drawn to restore the theater, where students and area residents got to see movie cl...…

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…6 Page A2 12 - The Michigan Daily- Thursday, September 5, 1985 c to-ft A _ my . too) " 0 i 41 -_:. ..........r.. .r . . A P 0 --4 I Im AMM 0 $3 eA Cl e 0 IC e r* 6:0k) L/AJ(6AJ T CAA4PaS A5CAT/OAI i CONTACT: ANN ARBOR MUSIC MART 336 S. State-Ann Arbor, 48104 769-4980 lcc y Z~lr mw I. HALL 6-6o-rAT6 T.' ".,0 I- - -I - - - -- - I - r I ~1%' " Free Curbside Delivery & Pick-Up per dorm schedule MUSAIC~ M...…

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… I 0 5 , s ~s. . F:°: '. .f p 5 <:. _,, 5 i Y h2 y' lk :: £,.. ' ; . f. k r ', .: ' F . t ?£. Y { -. 3 _ Y:. :i'... . ,. #; . t ?£ . t lo co) 4S1TY OF ' r F ) O SCIE /81 . F: I ;: I S' f } 9 k¢. Minorities " "*0 0 0 " " Famous alumni Administration 0 * 0 * 0 0 Activism MSA.... Suicide.. Hillel ... Regents. . . . 0 0 . 0 . . . 0 . *0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Page .3 .3 .3 .5 .5 .6 .10 .11 .13 . y :x:; : VIII . 119., ...…

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…Page B2 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985 Follow the lute's trail thro gh towni i r 'n P, y Winding through the streets of Ann Arbor, the kite first touches down on "The Rock, " a source of hours of spray- paint fun and a vast array of other pranks to the fratern ities and sororities lining the streets around it on Washtenaw A venue. The wind picks up, and the kite blows across town to the heart of the University. It l...…

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…Services available to counsel students By KAREN KLEIN and KATIE WILCOX Leaving home for the first time can be a difficult experience, and some students have difficulty adjusting to high academic pressure and Univer- sity life. The University's Counseling Ser- vices on the third floor of the Michigan Union tries to help students, adjust to their new surroundings. THEY OFFER short-term in- dividual and group counseling and educational workshops,...…

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…Page B4 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985 There's a place for you in the Michigan Student Assembly 0 Prof. tells of life in USSR MSA works with you and for you on issues that concern 71 students: the code of non-academic conduct, recruit- ment and retention of minority students, sexual assault, financial aid, and participation in University decision making. MSA is the campus-wide student government. It consists of 39 elect...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985 - Page B5 Activism still sparking student protests at 'U' LET NIiCARAGUR BE! l I I MSA voices U We shall not be, we shall not be moved, We shall not be, be moved. we shall not Just like a tree that stands beside the water, We shall not be moved. --song heard at a typical rally By KERY MURAKAMI They sat-in against it. They listened to speeches and sang songs about it. And they even we...…

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…a0 Pag 86 - Te Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985 PaueBigij des on campus remain low but steady By DAVID GOODWIN Suicide is up. More American youths are killing themselves in this decade than any other in this century, and the college q iuicidal thoughts; student is at great risk. will or other 'final "The incident reports that I know of probably say that we average about tle; t2.5 suicides on the U of M campus per losing or gainin...…

September 05, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 1) • Page Image 47

…The Daily' By RACHEL GOTTLIEB The Michigan Daily is the University newspaper alternative. It is completely run by students, and for the 96 years that the Daily has been a vanguard for truth, it has enjoyed complete editorial freedom. Being a Real Paper, the Daily of course has news, sports, arts, editorial, photography, and business and marketing staffs. Oh, and yes, Bloom County has a home on the Opinion page. LET'S BEGIN with the illustrious...…

September 05, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 1) • Page Image 48

…Page B8 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985 ii ICON ST. CREAMERY ICE CREAM All Natural Ice Cream Made Right In Our Store + Freshly baked wafflecones " Your favorite mixin Flavor of the Week: COOKIES & CREAM Get alarge cone for the price of a small cone EXPERIENVCE Il 1123 S. University at Church * 663-0890 ..and get to know our prices....; We carry a large selection of men's and women' shoes in the latest styles at prices th...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985 - Page B9 ir Rohertts &Bo EMBROIDERED SPORTSWEAR BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIAL Buy any Hooded Michigan sweatshirt and receive a UM license plate.. FREE! l' '. _} \ y \ a - r '' I l …

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…Page B10 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985 41 Study: pr By LAURA BISCHOFF After the first few weeks of rest and relaxation, you find your syllabi at the bottom of your back- pack, only to discover that you were supposed to be reading 300 pages per week in History. The Chemistry assignments have also been piling up, and your political science hourly is tomorrow. What is one to do now? The options are: a)panic, b)read Cliff No...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985 - Page 811 Regents have final authority on University policy i By KERY MURAKAMI Twice a month they come to sit around a long, rectangular table in Wthe Fleming Adminsitration Building to sit, talk, and sip barrels of coffee. .In the Regents' Room, on the second Thursday and Friday of every month, the eight regents of the University's governing board leave behind their usual jobs as corporate ...…

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…Page B12 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday. September 5. 1985 . _ . - I U w a A a d 4 k y tl 4 E X tl 8 R F f Y. 9 ., ; 4 '4 Call UAC's Entertainment HOTLINE, 24 hrs. a day, 763-1107. Our committees have something for everyone: musical theatre, comedy theatre, stand-up comedy, homecoming, lectures, musical performance, dance, mini-cou rses, and more. TO LEARN MORE ABOUT AND GET I NVOLVED WITH UAC, COME TO OUR M ASS M...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985 - Page B13 Student-teacher relations more personal in RC By RACHEL GOTTLIEB The University of Michigan is huge, Ann Arbor weather is frigid, and receiving an 'A' in a class is an up-hill pattle. But Residential College students don't have to worry about grades or braving the arctic climate. In fact, sometimes RC students wear their pajamas to class. Established in 1967, the RC is a four- year d...…

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…0 Page B14 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985 0" Center aids foreign travel By DAVID GOODWIN If you're going to leave home and the protecting wing of come tax, dust a whole pile of legal activities which the non- mom, do it in a big way. One doesn't know true freedom U.S. citizen gets involved in," Heise said. until he takes to flight, and with a little help from the In- THE CENTER publishes a newsletter that helps ternational...…

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…Dorms mix study, party The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985 - Page B15 By LEELA FERNANDES and PAMELA PRICE Okay, so the University has decided where you are going to live freshman year. Perhaps it may not have been your first choice or even your second, but don't panic, because each dorm has something special to offer. The dorms are located in three main areas: Central campus, the Hill area, and North campus. The three Quads' (qu...…

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…Page B6 -The Michigan Daily- Thursday, September 5, 1985 At the University Cellar, Main Campus- l Books We've got them! For all courses taught on the Main Campus plus engineering texts for North Campus classes. Additionally, our Professional Books Department on the second floor specializes in Medical, Dental, and Law texts plus numerous technical texts and references. School Supplies A complete selection of those "must have"' items such...…

September 05, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 1) • Page Image 57

…A I I] A 0 0 0 0 I . 4 ,,, .:U - - '-a pW, ?a - ter -, ell~a ° m~ -y~s Page Specialty Shops ....... ,... 2 Housing Crunch . .... ... .3 Park~ing .. .. . ... . ... .. .. . .3 Miluseumns .. .. .. .. . ... . . . .. 4 R~.ecreation ... ... . . . . . ***7 GI~reektowvn. . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Ann Arbor History ..... ... .7 Shakey Jake .............. 8 4 , a. ea ; - 5 : - "Uw U- ;: _, .. _ ..__ _ , _. <,<,. 11,1 I ---"Ill Imm...…

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…Page B2 2 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985 Specility 5 By KAREN KLEIN At some unspecified but crucial moment in the pursuit of knowledge and experience, a revelation strikes. Students wake up stunned to discover they have chosen a major, misplaced their virginity, or surmised that Ann Arbor extends beyond State Street and South University. Assuming the latter (or any com- bination which includes it), and after accepting th...…

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…Building .............TThe Daiy September5- TheMichiganDaily - 5,1985- Page 3 JUg|2UA9e B2. 3l Holi-n cruERnch I 7 boom Ann A 3 eli ItQnwfkwp n""'.Tj forces "4 ':::::T'" ' ' 7 '' t 1..+ r >fl* i::ry2f4t s4r: :::>= sra t.b/ e W/ scramble' r LJI JJJJ 3skylin By KERY MURAKAMI A year ago, building developers said a "window of opportunity" had opened for the city. Now, developers are saying the building boom is progressing right on schedul...…

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…A -Page B2 4 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985 Thousands flock to Ann Arbor Art Fair for hand-made crafts By SUSAN GRANT Watch the thousands of people 'strolling around Ann Arbor's streets, looking at hand-made pottery, pain- tings, jewelry, and other media. Smell the mouth-watering aromas emanating from food vendors that line the streets. HEAR THE children laughing as they gather around street performers. These are some of ...…

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…Religion remains a constant at college By SUSAN GRANT Amidst the many changes of moving away from home, take com- fort in the fact that some things always remain constant. Saturday and Sunday morning religious services go on every week offer spiritual guidance through the muddle of student problems. Many students are busy with their studies and find little time for prac- ticing religion, at least to the extent that they observed at home in a f...…

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…A Page B2 6 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985 Marketssuly munchies By JANICE PLOTNIK Cramming for exams inevitably becomes a part of every student's study habits, and late-night munchies and a caffeine fix are indispensable for those all-nighters. Once in to the dorm, stocking up on food is a top priority. Because dorm cafeterias aren't open for late-night snacking and one can only take so much of the candy machines, stocki...…

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