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September 03, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 118) • Page Image 1

…£ 'Elan 74ar~ Yews: 76-DAILY Udvertising: 764-0554 One- hun/reds i* years oft'dol'fi7rtn1 Wednesday September 3, 1997 .. is : "n. .atavc va7 p Weather Goss t Alumnus, business executive considered in 1994 director search By Heather Kamins Daily Staff Rcportcr Tom Goss, a California business executive and former Michigan defensive tackle, was the University's first choice for athletic director four years ago. But since Goss was unavailab...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 Russia may fine two Mir cosmonauts MOSCOW (AP) - Russia may fine two of its own cosmonauts for history's worst space collision, rejecting the vet- eran crew members' claim that Mir's worn-out equipment was to blame, an overseer of the space station said yes- terday. A space commission concluded beyond any doubt" that Vasily Tsibliyev and Alexander Lazutkin caused the damaging June 25 cra...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3 1997 - 3 niversity of Mexico wins test anxiety case A federal judge this summer ruled in favor of the University of New Mexico's school of medicine, after a finical psychologist filed a lawsuit gainst the school for discrimination because he suffers from test anxiety, The Chronicle of Higher Education reported. Kevin McGuinness claimed on the basis of the Americans With Disability Act that the univ...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 ,. tI~e Ski gu &u Il 4 a $ 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 f:; r.:. ,y .; C a .. JOSH WHITE Editor in Chief Edited and managed by ERIN MARSH students at the Editorial Page Editor ;University of Michigan Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion ofthe majority of the Daily's editorial board. All other articles, letters and cartoons do not necessarily refl...…

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…The Michigan Daily- Wednesdy, September 3, 1997-5 Michigan Union p ,~'! F ;_ { .s. :.w 4} : .. : .x _, Y: , s' 's fi. ' i ro ' t., - ;: L. . , -: . ,:., = i N% : s _ pA 8 a " ;&< ..;; : ' : , ;° , xs Bre? *Adv Textbook Reservation Our Advanced Textbook Reservation Program lets you place your textbook orders in July and pay for them when you need them. * Available at Michigan Union Bookstore Only * Guaranteed Textbook Buyback If you...…

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…6A The Michigan Daily Wednesday, September 3, 1997 UPS strike slows textbook process By Maria Hackett Daily Staff Reporter Striking United Parcel Service workers this summer threatened the back-to-school tradition of loading back- packs with books and supplies for the first day of class- es. Many bookstores around campus rely on UPS to deliver texts in time for student book rush. But this year, UPS workers who struck for higher wages, more fu...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 -7A uition hike lowest in eight years TUITION INCREASES Bollinger changes 'U' budget to keep tuition increase low Heather Kamins d Katie Plona ily Staff Reporters When University President Lee 1> , r pledged in May to propose a t increase that would be signifi- ntly lower than in past years, many ople were skeptical. But following a $315-million state propriation granted to the University, :...…

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…8A - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 Safety, space top issues for new students moving in By Katie Plona Daily Staff Reporter While students concentrate on set- tling into their new homes on and off campus, other people around the University may have a different agenda. Move-in time leaves a perfect oppor- tunity for thieves to also move in. Leo Heatley, Department of Public Safety director, said students must take precaut...…

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…Source of Nottled fater uestioned sday The sketch on the ocean-blue labels w'rapped around bottles of Aquafina rinking water looks just like a snow- capped mountain range. But the water, which is bottled by lpsi-Cola Co. and has rocketed up the sp es charts of an industry whose overall sples are exploding, does not come from a mountain spring at all. It's not even a country well or a flowing stream. :.It filtered tap water from 11 cities aross...…

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…10A - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 Postal shooting leaves 2 dead MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) - A postal worker opened fire yesterday in a crowded post office, critically wounding his ex-wife and a friend before shooting himself to death as terrified customers fled, authorities and witnesses said. The man left his station at the counter when he saw the two women enter the post office about 1 p.m., said Bobby Hernandez, a police...…

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…12A - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 The world mourns its princess Funeral set for Saturday at Westminster Abbey Seven men under investigation for* Diana's death The Washington Post PARIS - Six photographers and one of their motorcycle drivers were placed under investigation by the Paris prose- cutor yesterday for "involuntary homi- cide" a step toward bringing criminal charges against them in the deaths of Princess Diana...…

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…fb idti,1grn : 9ailug Sports Desk: 647-3336 -~<1 Y. - A a ? U \ \ t Vii, M 1 Are you ready for some football? Michigan isn't yet By John Leroi Daily Sports Editor It was business as usual for Lloyd Carr fo Thursdays ago when he met the press at higan's annual media day, marking the beginning of fall practice. Business as usual, of course, except for the fact that the Wolverines were starting practice on Aug. 21 - a late date by Carr's est...…

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…14A - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSWednesday - September 3, 1997 NFL Standings NFC USA Today/ESPN Poll The new USA Today/ESMN coaches top 25 men's co3- lege football Po4l with reSt sthrough Aug. 30. First- NFC East Team Dallas NY Giants Washington Arizona Philadelphia Central Team Detroit Green Bay Minnesota Pampa Bay Chicago West Team St. ,Louis Atlanta Carolina -New Orleans San Francisco East Team Miami New England NY Jets Buffalo Indiana...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SPORTSWednesday - September 3, 1997 - 15 GATUONS Rumors gsurround team LIOUD''iv siain INVESTIGATION Continued from Page 13A "While we are pleased that our system was able to prevent major violations from occurring, we are disap- pointed that the internal disciplines and reporting pro- cedures did not result in these activities coming to our attention by an appropriate reporting process," Roberson said on the day of the r...…

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…16A - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSWednesday - September 3, 1997 M' misses near upset in Seattle Wolverines can't finish off No. 19 Washington in 1-2 weekend tourney By YTacy Sandier Daily Sports Writer The Michigan volleyball team's performance in Seattle last weekend may not have been perfect, but it will not cause any sleepless nights. At the Washington Husky Tournament, the Wolverines posted a 1-2 record, losing to Idaho on Friday night ...…

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…The.Michigan Daily - SPORTSWednesday - September 3, 1996 - 17A JIOCKEY ontinued from Page 13A years ago, he was told that he would never play pro hockey if he went to college. Berenson played the NHL for 17 years after earning three varsity letters at Michigan. "It's not like our team is going to miss a player who is a 17-year-old freshman," Berenson said. "I just feel ,ad for the boy himself, that he is never going to expe- rience this, and ...…

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…::.4:.1 18A - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSWednesday - September 3, 1997 INJUSTICE OR INSECURITY? 0 Title IX leaves mixed feelings By Chris Farah Daily Sports Writer Faces, names, hopes. People. After sifting through all the laws, all the docu- ments, all the arguments and all the technicalities, thats what gender equity in athletics really comes dowin to - people. Brian Lishawa and Ashley Andersen are two peop for whom gender equity polic...…

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… Ullie tiown j~atI Have some 'Compassion' "Love, Valour, Compassion" plays today on the Michigan's big screen. Come see this renowned art house hit starring Jason Alexander and a talented ensemble as a group of friends who spend the summer together talking, laughing and loving. Showing at The Michigan Theater at 7 p.m. $5 for students. Wednesday Sept. 3, 1997 19A- .ilW is 'G.I. Jane': A Real American Hero? By Joshua Rich Dailffrts Writer...…

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…20A - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 Cheap thrills, rivers of blood fail to save lost 'Horizon' By Joshua Rich Daily Arts Writer "Event Horizon," a preposterous new science-fiction movie, starts with one of those typical introductions of beeping computer type running across the screen. It is a tired cinematic preface that always serves two purposes: to establish the action of the film and, more important, to excuse the fil...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 - 21A gadiohead concert energizes Detroit British band wows crowd with intense double-encore show By Ryan Posly Day Arts Writer Despite its modest critical success, ladiohead is probably the most under- appreciated British band to not quite hit itbig in America this decade. The band Sdecidedly more popular here than it 'i fn its own coun- try, yet its oftent sonically challeng- ing, semi-exp...…

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…22A,. The Michigan Daily Wednesday, September 3, 1997 ' 7 - j £ I IM- i i = N . _ Q..r.. _ _ ,,,, ...----- , i : - _. a s ,c <<. f .,. : .,. i .. yr,., .n++rra rv -- .,;}e.., w - z .. - " a ..... .. ,..... . .s .. .... : - tk " . :: AF , ~amn rMetfla Noon .:SLIT e hik E' Vawhrqjf. 4 400 .C. p9-0z Pkg Hotor Leanl 'Pockets............ F3 ' x N~£ 'NN IN I ,N ' Nv 44 R n i 1;'31 3-OZ Pkg Maruchan 'u=> t . - ~ '~~N' IN - ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 - 23A 'TI-oodlum' kills superior acting By Julia Shih Daily FiP Editor Infamous crime figures such as Dutch Schultz and Lucky Luciano were legends whose reputations and deeds li) long even after their deaths. But w e tall tales of these notorious crim- inals are constantly rehashed today, lit- tle notice has been given to the man who defied their empires to become full-scale war is triggered...…

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…24A - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 RECORDS ,Continued from Page 19A Noel as being mediocre (plus its guitar solo sounds uncannily like that of "Stay Young'" a b-side to the "D'You Know ,What I Mean" single), but it is a win- ner: Liam attacks Noel's optimistic and boastful lyrics, bringing more than the arnount of energy required to give the words proper treatment. "The Girl In The Dirty Shirt" is the least worthy song o...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 - 25A Masterminds' masters cinema mindlessness Biography reveals Bogie's private life By Julia Shih Daily Film Editor When we were children imprisoned against our will at school, we took at solace in wild fantasies involving Aging authoritative figures to their knees or planning daring escapes. But as adults, those thoughts seem silly and even a bit dumb. Which is how most mature audiences w...…

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…PNe STiDin aTig NEW STUDENT EDITION ,. ... _ Y x - ., .. Section . Wednesday, September 3, 1997 Let go, open up, iscover new paths in college Campus activism ar from a dead issue "Everything our parents told us was good is bad: sun, milk, red meat, col- lege." -Woody Allen, 'Annie Hall," 1977 hile we're all aware of pre- mature aging and high cho- lesterol, even comic genius Allen missed the boat on the popular conception of college. It'...…

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…2B - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 COMMENTARY U' should be more willing to meet parking needs ly Partha Mukhopadhyay )aily Editorial Page Writer Ann Arbor parking? It's an oxymoron, if not fantasy. Finding a convenient spot near your lestination is all but impossible in this own. And if you're a student driving to lass, trying to park somewhere legal hat will allow you to reach class on ime, forget it. Shut the motor of...…

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…COMMENTARY The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 - 38 ROM THE ITOR The University has the distinction of being all things to all people AN ISSUE OF LIBERTY AND RESPECT By Jeff Eldridge friend of mine frequently makes the following obser- vation. "The thing that's so hard about Michigan," she says, "is that every- body here does everything. If you go to some schools, all everybody does is party. If you go to other schools, peopl...…

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…4B - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 "Excuse me?" Search for hidden meanings behind what you're told hen it comes to college, AIeveryone seems to have T advice. In case you haven't noticed, this period of your life is called a "crucial turning point," and gives family members, authority fig- ures and distant relatives an excuse to tell you all of their old college stories, followed by concise tidbits of advice. You may be th...…

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…6B - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 A felong Ann Arbor resident recognizes the town's special nature COMMENTARY alking down a hallway of any University of Michigan dorm, the diversity is almost staggering. Fewother places, it seems, could boast -epresentatives from cities as dif- fereht as Midland or Miami, states as unieUe as Ohio or California, or coun- tries as singular as Canada or Colu bia. College dorms are a cosmop...…

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… COMMENTARY The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 - 7B Read about campus groups, their offerings and activities UAC offers array of programs V Mass meeting: Wed., Sept. 10, 7-9 p.m. at the Michigan Union yLy .L Hhynm UAC President In the spring of 1965, student activi- ties at the Michigan Union and the Michigan League merged to form the University Activities Center, the single largest student-run organization at the University...…

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…8B - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday,_September 3, 1997 COMMENTARY U' campus groups engage in wide range of activities In terfraternity Council Mass meeting: Sept. 17 at 7 p.m. in the Michigan Union Ballroom The University's Interfraternity Council is the umbrella organization for the 31 fraternities on campus. With 2,500 men in 31 fraternities, the University's IFC is one of the largest in the nation. The IFC is as diverse as the Universit...…

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… COMMENTARY The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 - 9B *Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Affairs The Office of Lesbian Gay Bisexual &.Transgender Affairs is the unit of the Division of Student Affairs that is the cainpus resource center for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students, fac- ulty, staff, and their families and friends. je offer co-curricular educational and occial programs and activities, inclu...…

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…108 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 COMMENTARY Finding your niche is pretty easy -join a campus group I N o \ that you hav e arrived at the Liniiersity, you share about two things in common with the oiiter 30,000 of us - you have an identification number and a unigname. 1 ie comparisons should end there. Whether you are from Escanaba or the Last Coast (like me, but I am not fomm New York or New Jersey, and I don't reco...…

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…TEz £iDiTa &DITlg INEW STUDENT EDITION ;l' ""' " , % ' ). ': ' *'' .*" A \\J CCUJI Section Wednesday, September 3, 1997 Avoid the routine, seek the unique in your 'U'days y did you choose the University of Michigan?" It's a question you thought you would never hear again when you finally told everyone from high school that you decided to be a Wolverine. But, more realistically, it's a question you'll hear over and over again during your 4 (...…

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…2C - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 UNIVERSITY North Campus shows off 'bucolic,' high-tech traits By Greg Cox Daily Staff Reporter Although nuclear reactors, art gal- leries, ion beams, carillons and espresso bars may not serve a com- 'mon goal, they are all integrated seamlessly, with countless other facil- ities, on 800 acres of rolling hills and towering trees to form the University's North Campus. More than 10,000 fa...…

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… UNIVERSITY The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 -3f From e-mail to exam crams, computers connect 'U' By Maria Hackett Daily Staff Reporter Learning to navigate computer usage at the University can be as complicated as crawling through the entangling net of pages on the World Wide Web. Out after getting familiar with the d ftware and equipment of the, iversity's computing offerings, using the latest technology is a breeze. "Onc...…

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…4C - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 UNIVERSITY THE ELEMENTS OF STYLE 0 Classic, modern forms set to stone in By Brian Campbell ence roo Daily Staff Reporter books st Students new to the University are Archit encouraged to immerse themselves in Prof. Kur its many offerings, ranging from sport- undergro ing events to e-mail. favorite But one aspect of the University that "It's a is often neglected, or perhaps just tak...…

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… UNIVERSITY The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3,1997- 5C HOME AWAY FROM HOME Service groups help communities U' housing offers 9 " unique expenences By Marla Hackett Daily Staff Reporter Looking around the cramped quar- ters of a residence hall room, a student may feel like it could never be called home. Yet after a few weeks, some posters, major appliance or two, and maybe a et, the room transforms into a social haven. LSA sen...…

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…6C - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 Textbook costs irritate students UNIVERSITY MSA leaders hope to meet students' needs Publishing costs, late orders from professors, often keep prices high. By Jason Stoffer Daily Staff Reporter Neither demands for civil rights nor demonstrations against the War in Vietnam caused the largest mass arrest in University history. The most popular cause at the University in the 1960s was tex...…

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… UNIVERSITY The Michigan Daily r El POWERS TH1IlA11F IE y - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 - 7C (egents control host policy moves Bollinger Katie Plona ly Staff Reporter From selecting a University presi- it to giving the final word on the ag's renovations, the Board of gents serve the University in many ys. T group of eight elected officials once a month, along with sident Lee Bollinger and the iversity's executive officers, to dis- s, deb...…

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…8C The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 TEE BOORK!SUPP New and Used ." xtbooks Medical Books and Supplies .aw Boks Art and Drafting Supplies School and Office Supplies Greeting Cards Perry Ellis Calculators n-stor CLINIQUE Counter Computer Supplies and Software B aca ckan Briefcases Uof MSportswear Art prints and Posters Candy and Snacks Fax Service Speclal Orders HOURS M-F 9-6 SAT 9:30-5 SUi NO0N-5 (313) 665-4990 . *I o ul 4...…

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… UNIVERSITY The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997- 9C -Fwil hero had 'U' ties By Zachary M. Raimi Daily Staff Reporter Viis name might not be easily recog- ed by the public. But the achievements of University alumnus Raoul Wallenberg have earned a place in the story of the 20th century. Wallenberg, whose work as a Swedish diplomat in World War II Hungary led him to save the lives of several thousand Jews, is viewed by many as a g...…

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…10C - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 s i N G1 +lN r 'Nj ../... ",,. II/A/ 'yul, jf I/MM } T *I NEED HOUSING? GO WITH THE BEST! USED: DESKS, TABLES, CHAIRS, Dressers, Chests, Chairs, Sofa Beds, Mattresses, Electronic Goodies, etc... Plymouth Hurn,,C OVER 18 DIFFERENT LOCATIONS OVER 300 DIFFERENT APARTMENTS ON CENTRAL CAMPUS DON'T MISS OUT CALL TODAY (313)761-8000 "P Purkviay Saxtec 0r a Frames futons covers om w...…

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…(Sirbe iditnDalg 'A A~'~~-' AW STUDENT EDITION 2 ; . :r __._ . h. section Wednesday, September 3, 1997 EJnderwear-clad elebrities aren't . CN 10 C hat intimidating hat do Debbie Gibson Howard Stern and Rupaul have in common? Absolutely nothing - except for the ct that, in the past year, I have come ce to face with each of them and felt ighly intimidated by all three stars. So you may not agree that Debbie ibson is a star, but I th...…

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…2D - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 ARTS Video stores a hit with students, couch potatoes Net offers diversions - both naughty, nice By Joshua Rich Daily Arts Writer Fed up with schoolwork and frustrated with paying outrageous rates for bad videos, one LSA seniorrecently spent his final year at the University sitting on his couch watching movies-cheap movies. He had discovered Hollywood Video, which had just arrived in ...…

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… A RTS The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 - 3D Concert venues rock audiences By Elizabeth Lucas and Philip Son Daily Arts Writers ' Live music may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the words "Ann Arbor." Yet this city boasts a number of musical venues that are sure to please fans of rock, jazz, folk or any other type of music. To begin with, Hill Auditorium is located on Central Campus, just across from...…

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…D-- The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 3, 1997 Awrs Hopwood Awards shower cash, recognition on aspiring 'U' authors 0 By Mary Trombley Daily Arts Writer The Hopwood Awards are semi-annual contests that celebrate student ability in writing. The Hopwood Program grants special prizes to under- classmen and offers an excellent introduction to the writing resources of Ann Arbor. Highly competitive, the Hopwood Awards are an excellent op...…

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