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September 08, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 119) • Page Image 1

…OehdDraanig One hundred seven years of edztorifreedom News: 76-DAILY Advertising: 764-0554 Tuesday September 8, 1998 An,. A'b..,C 9W The.Mivhgan1. '': WELCOME BACK It's that time of year again. The Diag is full of old friends and new students, the coffeehouses are bustling ... and there are Dailys. Welcome to campus and to one of the University's longest-running tra- ditions - The Michigan Daily. We left the paper in the hands of the summ...…

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…2A - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 8, 1998 GRANGER bontinued from Page 1A " dmit and I think if it's challenged in Court ... the University's position will be upheld," Sedler said. Nametags adorned the doors of.Granger's would-be hallrnates on the fourth floor of Couzens Residence Hall this past weekend, but the door to the room Granger was assigned was bare. LSA first-year student Opara Ugbuattu, who lives across the hall from what ...…

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…9 CRIME The Michigan Daly - Tues LOCAL/S TATE Colleagues baCk scrutinized former 'U' day, September 8, 1998 - 3A regent Man found living near Bentley Library North Campus groundskeepers reported to the Department of Public Safety that a man was living in the woods 30 feet north of the Bentley Library, UPS reports state. The caller said the illegal residents were not in the area, but said they constructed a make-shift living area. Police fo...…

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…4A - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 8, 1998 UII e £lidr~ilafg 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan ::.Nr,A , LAURIE MAYK Editor in Chief JACK SCHILLACI Editorial Page Editor 'Charging is not the same as conviction, so that's a harder issue. ... I would rather err on the side of making sure our students are safe.' -University Regent Phillip Power; on the administration...…

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…r i. f i . , ,. .; .> , ' Ct ., ;; . ' 4 < . " The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 8, 1998-- 5A u:4 mtII% Wirebond Regular Or College Rule 70-Ct Sheets Top Flight kLimit 4 Total Please. Notebook.a....._es___ SAVE $2.16 s644 For Faxes And Computers Multipurpose ChampionPaper 500-Sheet "'Pkg6 Assorted 6.4-Oz Tube Tr o late SAVE 50 12-Oz Btl NMultipurpose Renu Sorution SAVE At Least $1.20 1.75-Oz Lady Speed Stick Or 2.8-Oz Men...…

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…6A - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 8, 1998 NATION/WORLD I Divers closer to finding Swissair flights second black box HALIFAX, Nova Scotia (AP) - A Canadian navy submarine detected a signal yesterday believed to be from the second black box aboard Swissair Flight 111, boosting investiga- tors' hopes of solving the mystery of the plane's horrific crash. Divers equipped with hand-held sonar searched 190 feet underwater for the cockp...…

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… -LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 8,.1998 - 7, NOW .., _ ! ! s 'Date rape' drug targeted by women's commission The Associated Press A state agency plansto begin holding a two-year sentence, while people" seminars at Michigan universities to caught using the drug can get one year inform women about the dangers the in jail. so-called "date rape" drug that can be DeGrow said about 400 students are slipped into a woman's ...…

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…18A - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 8, 1998 LABOR DAY In midst of 1aor issues, Michi celebratesh iay Don't look down DETROIT (AP) - Ten days into their strike, Northwest Airlines pilots took to Detroit's streets yesterday with laid-ofl co-workers in a parade honoring a holiday of note in this city known iCr! its tervent unionism. Onlookers lining a downtown street didn't disappoint, cheering the passing pilots and their famili...…

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…s i'f1 A "T' L _. " a : _ L- - , - -- T1 - ! I - . T . - - _. _I - . _ P+ - -. - _.- i_ - __ f1 A ^ e%['4 WA - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 8, 1998 LocA/STATE Regents approve 3.9 percent tuition increase 4 4 By Mike Spahn Daily Staff Reporter After months of discussion, debate and speculation about the financial state of the University, the University Board of Regents approved a 3.9 percent tuition increase as part of the $890 ...…

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…I _y LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - September 8, 1998 - 11A I Bollinger creates: life science group By Erin Holmes , Daily StaffRepsrter University President Lee Bollinger announced the creation of the Life Sciences Commission this past sum- mer, which will assess the status of life science programs at the University and the potential for new achievements in these studies. "From the start, I've been saying that building, enhancing and r...…

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…12A - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 8, 1998 LOCAL/STATE Game marked by missed chances FOOTBALL Continued from Page IA look option offense. Jackson, an extremely quick and athletic quarter- back, was stifled in the first half and the Wolverines limited the Irish to six points. The Wolverines, on the other hand, appeared to dominate on offense during the first half. Michigan quarterback Tom Brady, starting in his first collegiate ...…

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…Oe £idiu &an ilj PORTST ulSDAY li Miga Dai y uesday Fit to be tied: McGwire's 61st homer passes Ruth, ties Mans ST. LOUIS (AP) - No. 61 flew off Mark McGwire's bat yesterday, matching Roger Maris' home run record, and left just one question: How soon will it be his alone? V History came quickly. McGwire launched Mike Morgan's pitch 430 feet to left field in the first inning, tying the hallowed mark that has stood for 37 years. McGwire immed...…

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…14A - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 8, 1998 pp,., : 3 F I I Tell your parents its require or - Communications 101. I I 0 How could they refuse when they find out you won't be run- ning up their phone bill calling collect. Because with AirTouch Student Prepaid Cellular, you purchase whatever airtime you want in advance. There are no contracts, no monthly bills, no credit checks, and no long-term commitment. Pl...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 8, 1998 - 15A Associated Press Poll the AP top 25 poll (1st-place votes). Team Points Previous 1. Ohio State (39) 1,70831 2. Florida State {22) 1,667 2 3. Florida (4) 1,571 3 4. Nebraska (2) 1,546 4 5. Kansas State (2) 1,418 6 6. UCLA (1) 1.394 7 7. LStJ 1,279 9 8. Tennessee 1,274 1o 9. Penn State 1,131 13 10. Notre Dame 1,104 22 11. Washington 1,051 18 12. Virginia 963 16 13. Mkigdan 81.8 5 14. ...…

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…16A - The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 8, 1998 Kovach and Tate head to Happy Valley By Umn Subrammian Daily Sports Writer Over the past few years, Kelly Kovach and Kellyn Tate have been fix- tures in the Michigan softball dugout. They watched the team develop into one of the top programs in the Big Ten and the country. And just last year, they participated in the Wolverines' two wins over Penn State. This year, they'll be tryin...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 8, 1998 - 17A 'M' volleyball sweeps into season By Uma Subramanian Daily Sports Writer Last year the Michigan women's vol- leyball team had its most successful season in history, earning its first NCAA tournament bid and finishing with a record of 21-12. Entering the 1998 campaign, the Wolverines think they can keep the fire burning. "We're a better team than we were last year," Michigan coach ...…

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…18A - The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 8, 1998 4ens cross country ducks golf balls at Open By Chris Duprey Daily Sports Writer The No. 7 Michigan men's cross country team began its season by run- ning in the unscored Michigan Open - an event so unofficial that the University Golf Course staff doesn't even stop golfers from playing during the race. Traditionally, the open serves as an opportunity for Michigan coach Ron Warhurst t...…

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…aI1e £idpigan atIg HIRING PAGE ur sew W a II .I' 0 0WIPEW ORL.D SPORTS CENTER Part -time Positions Available for Fall September 19 -December 21 Concessions Staff, Soccer Referees and Roller Hockey Referees WWSC is now looking for dependable and reliable people to fill open postions for our Fall sports seasons. Flexible schedule, pay rate determined by experience. Stop by 2140 Oak Valley Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48103 to fill out an applica...…

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…20A - The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 8, 1998 'M' gymnast makes U.S. team By Tracy Sander my head Daily Sports Writer such a bi He may be young. He may have rotation as been a rookie of sorts. But Michigan hers. gymnast Justin Toman took it all in "I had a stride and left Indianapolis as a got all the member of the U.S. national men's day of co gymnastics team. fun and n .Competing with Michigan team- my group. mates and forme...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 8, 1998- 21A Kids, fans have good 'Experience' before watching loss at Crisler , By Jon Zemke Daily Sports Writer At 11 o'clock on a hot Saturday ru ing, dozens of young kids ran h ugh the gates and into the carni- ral-like atmosphere of the "Michigan Experience." These children scampered through he empty parking lot just east of the unnel leading into Michigan Stadium. They bounced on a moon- va...…

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…Wy- ttttIt~ftftron- September 8,1998 _________ ____ _____ Michigan Union o'okstor Not your same old boo kstore... *We Now Car* *inflatable furniture *a new line of bath and beaut producV *sheets, pillows, leece blankets *the newest styles of michigan clothing Oh yeah, we still have the largest selection of textbooks & study aids on campus!! -aT - We're still located irthe 0 basement of the Michigan Union...giveus 4 a call at 995-8877 for our ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 8, 1998 - 23A Weak plot puts '54' at less than positive By Matthew Barrett Daily Arts Writer There's no doubt that there are plenty of interesting tales to be told about the happenings inside the night club Studio 54, but this isn't one of them. "54," the story of the popular New York spot of the late '70s and early '80s is nothing more than the million to one shot of a dreamy teen from New Jersey who ...…

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…24A - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 8, 1998 U'prof. Into The Wild Jon Krakauer Anchor Books In a fast paced world defined by material- ism and superficiality, it is often quite diffi- cult to remain grounded. Perhaps this is espe- cially so for college students who too easily become trapped by the spiraling game of competition. But, for a moment, imagine the other extreme. Imagine a college student immediately after graduation donat...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 8, 1998 - 25A 'X-Files' actor m stifies au iences at Malnstreet By Gabe Smith Daily Arts Writer "We think that Fox Mulder's found the truth and gone way past it. Actually we hope he never finds it, otherwise we would be out of a job;' remarked Dean Haglund in reference to his character of Ringo Langly on the hit television series "The X-Files.' Langly is part of a trio of paranoid conspiracy theorists c...…

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…next top: Soul mate d ikjan Tomorrow in Daily Arts: t Stop Wonderland" makes its stop at the Michigan this U Breaking Records, the Daily Arts guide to new releases in c The Sundance romantic comedy takes fate to new heights the music industry, returns for a special Wednesday appear- ling the tale of a woman broken-hearted by love only to find ance. Check out the latest in new CD releases. oul mate is waiting at the next subway stop. Check out ...…

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…Ilctfaky - it part of the routine 4ou are the music, while the music lasts." -T.S. Eliot from "The Dry Savages," 1941 s you step through the threshold of yourdorm room, you may A' eel as though, you finally have arrived. You may see coming to the University as an opportunity to set yourself free of parental encroach- ment, a means to find your true call- in life, or a place to find intellectu- imulation. And you will probably be confused as he...…

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…2B - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 8, 1998 Even when everythlng changes, stay in control Some people say there are no guarantees in life. They're wrong. Now that you're here at the University of Michigan, you should know that one thing is an undeniable certainty: In the next three, four or five years that you are here, you will make decisions and encounter situations that will reveal who you are, what you will become, a...…

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…The ichigan Dai l ew Student Edion -- September 8, 199 J onversion tto fantic S powerul 4ii hgh school, its all about image Any actions you took durnn those ur fateful years had the potential f)r either elevating or destroying your reputation. In my high school, as in many oth- ers, school spirit was out. Sure, there were the ditty pom-pon girls who ran up and down the football field cheering for the East Brunswick (N.J.) Bears, but in genera...…

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…4B - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 8, 1998 The Daily's books are in! A limited-edition first printing of The Michigan Daily's book, "We're No. 1: The 1997 National Championship Season," is now available at the Daily's offices at 420 Maynard St. and at select local retail outlets. Get the most complete coverage available of Michigan's football season along with breathtaking photography. Limited first edition available for...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 8, 1998 - 5B 4naomy of a class discussion: Nkltzsche disciples, ki _pies and butt-sm oockcrs ilasses large enough to require dis- cussions tend to be filled with all different types of people. In such an environment, one has the opportunity to see Yellow classmates up close and personal and Jecome privy to their innermost intellectual thoughts and personal otions regarding the bject matt...…

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…6B - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 8, 1998 Ffrst day 10s always a roller coaster of emotion Legalized marijuana would solve issues. must admit. T he day I moved ito my college dorm room,d Iwas a wreck. I was sick. The humidity added a thick, sticky fog to the air. Earlier that morning, my boyfriend and I had said our goodbyes to each other before he left for school hundreds of mriles away, and before I left for Ann Ar...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 8, 1998 - 7B ollow thI, list to have college fun n the interest of honesty, here's a disclaimer: I am probably not the ideal person to be giving anyone advice, I'm speaking from the highly confused vantage point of a senior without a thesis topic, who is all too soon to be an English graduate without a job. I've begun to think, in fact, that all these advice columns really ought to be writt...…

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… 8B - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 8, 1998 Ann Arbor's atmasphere makes the 'U' unique T he question really is funny when you think about it. 'Why did you come to the University?' It's a question you'll be asked about a million times before you leave school, and I think I've heard every answer there is. They range from "I've always loved the football team" to "Well, I didn't get into Cornell." What makes these answers...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 8, 1998 - 9B eAll you wanted to know - ut were afraad to ask STUDENT GROUPS inutes after arriving at Orientation, the first thought racing through your mind was p robadly, "Wow, this really sucks" This information is based on good, solid research. After all, this is what happened to everyone we know. According to the University, first- year Orientation is supposed to "encourage prospecti...…

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…10B - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 8, 1998 Students need to explore all options before GREEK Continued from Page 18 join any organization, including a fraternity or sorority. The Greek system, particularly at the University does have much to offer the student body and surrounding community. It overflows with active and eager student leaders, stresses academics, par- ticipates in philanthropic events and provides a nea...…

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…S mbols of e V ast a 4lfetime ollowing a long family legacy of Michigan alumni, I entered the University with a less than enthu- siastic outlook. My parents would probably say this is an understatement. I vowed never to own and much less wear any Michigan paraphernalia. I cringed each time my mother boasted that she "bleeds maize and blue." I pretended not to know the words to "The Victors!" And I laughed as my Dither, a recent University grad...…

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…2C - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 8, 1998 E-mail becomes a crucial * element of student life at 'U' By Adam Zuwerink Daily Staff Reporter From keeping in touch with friends around the world to a cheap, quick way of asking your parents for money to checking on the latest announcements from professors, e-mail has become a major form of communication for University students. "I check my e-mail at least once or twice a d...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 8, 1998 -3C A PERFECT UNION After nearly 100 years, the Michigan Union is still a home By Susan T. Port and Jennifer Yachnin Daily Staff Reportrs Although it began as an all-male club, the Michigan Union has progressed into a home for all students. "It has always struck me as ironic that the Union, started as a member-organization for white men, has evolved into the center for many student...…

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…4C - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 8, 1998 -NORTH CAMPUS Media Union, Pierpont draw 'U' students north By Mark Francescutti Daily Staff Reporter When University students tire of the hustle and bus- tle of Central Campus and downtown, a sanctuary lies only a few short minutes away. New and old students who live on the University's main campus often miss the pleasures of North Campus, one of the most scenic areas of Ann ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 8, 1998 - 5C ormer Golden Apple winners enrich lecture halls, students education By Erin Hohuos Daily Staff Reporter Stories of laughter and intrigue dominate the mem- ries and experiences of some of the Universities' most prominent professors. "For me, this is a place of intellectual splendor that has as its first characteristic freedom," said Ralph Williams, an English and religion profe...…

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…6C - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 8, 1998 Entering the University is challenging enough. Below is a guide to 'U' housing with bunches of vital information. On the Hill Mary Markley Hall Location: On Washington Heights next to School of Public Health Number of students: 1,180 students (505 female, 675 male) Special programs/opportunities: 21st Century program (in-house living/learning); Underground snack bar General i...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 8, 1998 - 7C Students travel the world to study languages, cultures By Uma Subramanian Daily Staff Reporter Istanbul, Johannesburg, Paris and Rome. The names of these cities cause many University students to conjure images of ancient civilizations, famous landmarks, and the allure of foreign food and remote cultures. ut at the University's Office of International Programs and the Overseas O...…

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…8C - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 8, 1998 Fraternities,sororties'Greek to many first-year students By Susan T. Port Daily Staff Reporter Fraternity parties, community ser- vice and friendships are aspects that motivate many students to rush campus fraternities and sororities. The Greek community, comprised of the Interfraternity Council, the Panhellenic Association and the Black Greek Association, is the largest stude...…

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…The Michigan T Daily - New Student Edition - September 8, 1998 - 9C PS officers keep watch, 1end helping hand to ' Presenting the new PowerBook G3 It's been rethought and reengineered from cover to cover. It's sleek. It's intelligent. It's endlessly adaptable. Oh, and one other thing. By Rick Freeman Daily Staff Reporter Department of Public Safety Officer Mark West can patrol campus for four hours and the only time he'll turn on his li...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 8, 1998- - 10C Problems with food or weight? We can help. r COUNSELING . EDUCATION . SUPP ORT GROUPS KEFERRAL HELPLINE for problem eating, anorexia, bulimia and compulsive eating CENTER FOR EATING DISORDERS 111 North First (near First and Huron) 734-668-8585 a non-profit agency serving Ann Arb~or since 1963 1 At FANTASY ATTIC COSTUMES$ W54d k a Y!_ r "t *theme party supplies *gag ...…

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…Don't sleep through 'U> roductions M any of us come into Ann Arbor thinking that we are cultured, or at least somewhat in touch with spheres of society other than our own. We think that we live on the cutting edge of diversity and artistic expres- sion. We think that we have our eyes wide open to the spectrum of little worlds that make up the entire society. We think we know what life's all about. Coming from south-suburban cago, I thought I k...…

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…2D - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 8, 1998 FUTURE Continued from Page1D 1959. Galleries exhibiting such art forms as paintings, sculpture and jewelry abound, but many of the newer exhibition spaces in Ann Arbor offer alternatives to the com- mercial art market. Zoom gallery, launched in April by University '95 alumnae Todd Cashbaugh and School of Art graduate student Heather Boykin, is one of the non-profit contemporar...…

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…The Michioan Daily -- Naw.gtiirlpnt FAtinn -gpntomhor R 100S2 _._ ltl Sculptor finds art in natre AraKoval=Mk Daily Arts Writer In sunshine and rain, a sculptural group forms in front of the audience's eyes, and visiting artist Patrick Dougherty's sculpture making has received support from the Ann Arbor and University community in several ways. The community was able to par- take in the project during its forma- t by stopping by, admiring, as...…

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…4D - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - September 8, 1998 Museum -provides fun for all ages By Christine M. Paik Daily StaffReporter That old saying "seeing is believing" may be true, but at the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum, maybe the proper motto should be "doing is believing." At the Hands-On Museum, one won't find signs that say, "please do not touch the display," as visitors are encouraged to use their hands to engage in the dif- fe...…

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