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…III ll,,, III 1 1111 1 isillgillipip illialmns=rm 10111111MORM INMENIMM N4 .S ~TUI)NT EDITO Weather Tuesdd-y September 2, 2003 ©2003 The Michigan Daily Ann Arbor, Michigan Vol. CXIV, No. 1 One-hundred-twelve years ofeditorilfreedom TODAY: Showers in the early morning with partly sunny conditions in the morning and after- noon. L~58 718/ .:w7 wwwmichigandailycom NO 'U' admissions debuts new set of standards The $1.5 million changes ...…

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… 2A - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 2, 2003 Israeli commission criticizes police force NEWS IN BRIEF . JERUSALEM (AP) - A groundbreaking Israeli commission of inquiry found police used excessive force in quelling Arab riots three years ago and said in a stinging report released yesterday that the Jew- ish state "has systematically neglected its Arab minority. The document -the product of three years of inves- tigation - was based...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 2, 2003 - 3A CAMPUS A tiny hole in one? Walk and talk with the Ann Arbor LGBT community Students looking to meet lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students and learn about Ann Arbor's LGBT friendly businesses and hangouts now have the chance. Take a walking tour around Ann Arbor and visit places of interest to the LGBT community today starting in the Michigan Union at 5:30 p.m. "Powerwalk," spons...…

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…---mn 4A - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 2, 2003 OP/ED U ie £ tctt *g 420 MAYNARD STREET ANN ARBOR, MI 48109 letters@michigandaily.com EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN SINCE 1890 LOUIE MEIZLISH Editor in Chief AUBREY HENRETTY ZAC PESKOWITZ Editorial Page Editors Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of the majority of the Daily's editorial board. All other articles, lette...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 2, 2003 - 5A Welcome Fresk ma,,I~qn And k~etsrn in Shdt"en ts ! NUM HILLLLSGWORes Li U.S. 2 & WASHTENAW 734-677-2370 LOCATED IN THE ARBORLAND MALLCO Visit us online at www.hillersmarkets.com MAKE HILLER'S YOUR HOME AWAY FROM HOME FOR All YOUR GROCERY NEEDS OUR DELI HAS HOMEMADE SUS SANDWICHES, ~ ADE ENTREES AND SALADS! ax*ORGANIC AND A NATURAL PRODUCTS 4 v.......*INTERNA TIONA L H iler's...the smallF...…

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… I 6A - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 2, 2003 Libyan charity promises to repay families in '89 attack 4 TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) - A Libyan charity said yesterday it would increase payments to families of those killed in a 1989 terror attack on a French airliner, a gesture Libya hopes will persuade France to agree to lift U.N. sanctions. In a statement yesterday, the Gad- hafi International Association for Charitable Organizations sa...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 2, 2003 - 7A ADMISSIONS Continued from Page 1A "What we're looking for is insight;' LSA Dean Terrence McDonald said. "This is really what a liberal arts college is all about." Decisions will still be made on a rolling basis. Notifications should be made from November to April. Student leaders reacted with mixed feelings toward the new policies. While they were pleased about the University's efforts to m...…

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…MMME9 8A - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 2, 2003 1 4 (build your own dorm 4 4 4 Furnish your space, save money, and maybe get it all for F RE EI UEUU..UEEEUUEEUU * Bring nth 1 is:da d a e i 200 on a $5000puCase, $50 oa $20purchlae $20ona $100 pucase i ExpiresV Sept. 3Q 2003. One couvpon per cstome r.1 I rainhecs, *Valid ons in-stockc merchandise only. This ofer has ncGash alue .and "1,1 is not .valid with any other, promotlon o...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 2, 2003 - 9A Cuts to library hours are only the cuts made to 'U' Piroirams 4 som this e of year 1 d CUTS Continued from Page1A himself and other students, since it is only a couple of hours on the weekend. "I think they'll definitely be able to find other places to go," Dill said, adding that he probably would just study at his house or the Michi- gan Union. But LSA junior Aaron Holman said he ...…

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…MMM" Tuesday September 2, 2003 michigandaily.com artseditor@michigandaily.com ARTS 1OA 4 -o-l-mmml-----9 South rises again on Kings' debut By Scott Serilla Daily Arts Editor Brief recap of the Followill clan's overexposed rock pedigree - Ten- nessee brothers Caleb, Nathan and Jared spend their formidable years touring the Bible Belt with Pentecostal minister father. Boys forsake church to form a dixie-fried garage rock band, Kings of...…

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…ART S The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 2, 2003 -11A Swo fford gives an inside look at the Marine family By All Ahmad For the Daily The many faces ofJennifer Garner By Katie Marie Gates Daily TV/New Media Editor DVD REVI EW The average college student can hardly imagine receiving an offer to work for the CIA, but Sydney Bristow (Jennifer Garner) is far from average. She speaks a dozen languages and sports even more varied hairstyles...…

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… 12A - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 2, 2003 ARTS By Zach Mabee Daily Arts Writer SUMMER MoVE RECAP Well, the box office boys of summer are gone, and honestly, I can't say my love for many of them remains strong. The months of summer delivered, among other things, a surfeit of sub- par sequels, many of which followed equally crummy predecessors. It's dif- ficult to imagine who would choose to perpetuate the "Tomb Raider" "Legal- l...…

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…ahbe 1wibig un l ativ PORTS i UESDAY September2, 2003 13A Knight-time for Richmond; defenseman puts 'M' career to sleep By Michael Nisson Daily Sports Writer For the fifth consecutive season, the Michigan hockey team will be starting its season without one of its key players. Sophomore-to-be Danny Richmond decided to play with the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League a few weeks ago. The move comes as a surprise because Richmond ...…

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… I 14A - The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 2, 2003 -a RML iE Ready to Roar? b ALLEN PARK (AP) - Olandis Gary was play- ing in an exhibition game against the Detroit Lions less than a week ago. On Monday, he was in a Lions uniform. The running back was traded from Buffalo to Detroit for an undisclosed draft pick over the week- end and reported to the Lions practice facility in time for Monday morning's practice. "Everything h...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 2, 2003 - 15A For a championship plan, Blue should look to Bucks J. BRADY McC The Sports Tuesda This is tough for met day morning, for th like 17 years, I wok warm puddle of urine. Nightmares like the on cause any respectable Mi lose control of his bladder I dreamed that THE Oh versity had taken over the turned on CNN only to se the first president of the U to be inaugurated wearing sweater-vest...…

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…I I 16A - The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 2, 2003 Michigan offense unleashes 'secret' weapon in Breaston GAME STATISTICS Team Stats First Downs Rushes/Yards Passing Yards Offensive Plays Total Offense Return Yards Comp/Att/Int Punts/Avg Fumbles/Lost Penalties/Yards Time of Poss MICH 31 46/342 273 82 615 161 22/36/1 1/50.0 2/0 2/20 29:35 CMU 20 45/218 150 74 368 119 18/29/1 6/40.2 2/1 4/35 30:25 4 By Courtney Lewis Daily...…

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… The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 2, 2003 - 17A 'M' eleven performs clean sheet for weekend upsets Michigan stumbles on opening road trip By Ellen McGurity Daily Sports Writer EAST LANSING - Wedding bells rang for Michigan soccer coach Steve Burns this weekend as he watched his team unite both confidence and.skill in the Michigan M State Invitational. In the team's sec- ond and third games of the season, the Wolverines dominat...…

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… A 18A - The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 2, 2003 URN - U I'- U N &r0+r -a% - vv.EKEND"S BEST HOW THE AP TOP 25 FARED Au-BURNED: Southern Cal. might be without last year's Heisman win- ner, Carson Palmer, for the first time Saturday, but you might not have known the difference. The Trojans crushed Auburn 23-0, the Tigers' first shutout loss at Jordan-Hare Stadium since 1998. Auburn's darkhorse national championship hype is ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 2, 2003 -19A MichiganEngineering - % AU- University of Michigan College of Engineering U w = -4 G V V 4~, - e g o Dean's Honor i 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 better to earn the distinction of Dean's ...…

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…-NOMMM I 20A - The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 2, 2003 Stickers come out flat against ACC By Michael Nissan Daily Sports Writer Sometimes sports teams just have a bad weekend. When that occurs against two national powers, including the defending national champions, it can be a rather rude awakening, as the Michigan fieldN. CAROL hockey team found out thisM past weekend. WAKE FORET4 ThedWolverines McHGAN___ opened their sea- ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 2, 2003 - 21A Opening Spikes Wildcats serve up repeat performance in 'M' opener Nichols joins golfing elite at U.S. Amateur By Matt Kramer Daily Sports Writer By Eric Aminder Daily Sports Writer The Michigan volleyball season began the same way it ended last year - with a 3-0 loss to Kansas State. The Wolverines competed in the Florida State Invi- tational this weekend, battling Kansas State, ...…

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… I 22A - The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 2, 2003 2003-04 Men's Basketball Schedule DATE Sat., Oct. 25 Sat., Nov. 8 Fri., Nov. 14 Fri., Nov. 21 Wed., Nov. 26 Sun., Nov. 30 Tue., Dec. 2 Sat., Dec. 6 Sat., Dec. 13 Sat., Dec. 20 Mon., Dec. 22 Sat., Dec. 27 Tue., Dec. 30 Sat., Jan. 3 Wed., Jan. 7 Sun., Jan. 11 Sat., Jan. 17 Wed., Jan. 21 Sat., Jan. 24 Wed., Jan. 28 Sat., Jan. 31 Sat., Feb. 7 Wed., Feb. 11 Sat., Feb. 14 Wed., Feb. ...…

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… 1111111 IN I IN III PON WON I 11 MINE iiiiiii'l - llljlffi Y 3 , H4 f4 T Y SECTI NEWS: 76-DAILY www.michigandally.com Fall 2003 ZAC PESKOWITZ Only in the Daily Daily has raised eyebrows, ire for 112 years Reassessig the a ge o 'r ag oBollinger Despite the swell atmospherics, when the University celebrated its victory at the U.S Supreme Court on June 23 there was something missing. It had noth- ing to do with the substance of the cou...…

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… 2B - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2003 4 Diversity! Where? HUSSAIN RAHIM N ACOLEPTIC INSOMNIA I'm not really sur- prised. There are a few more people against affirmative action than for it, and then there are a select few who either don't know, don't care or are too scared to say. Then we have one study that says diversity as a result of affirmative action is good and another that says it is bad. When you hear about som...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2003 - 3B There she is again AUBREY HENRETTY NEUROTICA Who we are and who we want to be JASON PESICK ONE SMAu VOICE realized Sat- u r d a y evening that I've been going about this Miss America thing all wrong. I used to think it was my duty as a female newspaper columnist and former sullen adoles- cent to blast the Miss America Orga- nization for all the right reasons. I wanted to talk about b...…

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…--,-I 4B - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2003 MaI LVVV Nift y Each of the areas that surrou Central Camp us has its owni f- £nI ......*..... .. .L /.. - A " - & neighborhoods Inds dis- Lin th W iCve iiflavor. instead of capturing gATHENS e nuance of these neighborhoods, BTCEnEe o NOUVEAU iTREET Iy M~~ental eHealth 111 e resorted to stereotyping. The spiritual heart of the Greek ... A.a.9lE rSystem. A Dionysian par...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2003 - 5B Radical chic and the state of student activism ZAC PESKOWITZ THE LOWER FREQUENCIES SAM BUTLER TH1E SOAPBOX F April17, 1969 - The American Council on Educa- tion publishes its "Declara- tion on Campus Unrest" criticizing student activists as "a minute group of . destroyers who have aban- $doned hope in today's soci- ety, in today's university and in the processes of orderly discussio...…

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… 4 VIEWPOINT A student's primer on Code conversion BY ANDREW BLOCK Students at the University are recognized across the country for their commitment to protecting civil liberties. On the level of nation- al politics, University students are the first to organize against what they view as an infringement on their rights or the rights of others. Now is the time for students to stand up and be heard in the debate over their rights as members of...…

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… The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2003 - 7B What's the rush? Greek system rush should wait until winter term Two weeks into the start of their University experi- ences, freshmen should find themselves enjoying and discovering school traditions and activities. Freshmen students have likely visited Michigan Stadium for football Saturdays, signed up for a few clubs and activities at Festifall and have begun to form new friend- s...…

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… 8B - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2003 sn ar c .ink Za Y es x s "' ., .«- 5 .. ... h >>Y« hacd YOU SAM ve x 1 u4,9t APBO b fY3,n a . tx s 'C AAWab xt the nas ib t : I / // .i 4 v. Ceci 4 Wfla.. War and the politics of democratic consent BY IRFAN NOORUDDIN I remember clearly the day just over 12 years ago (Aug. 2, 1990) when Bombay's Mid-Day newspaper announced that Iraq had invaded Kuwait. I was a FYJC (11th grad...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2003 - 9B 'U' should divest from Israeli apartheid Idea of 'Iraeli Apartheid' a reduction BY SALAH HUSSEINI magine that in 2002, a small group of Muslims decides for one reason or another that they want to take back southern Spain, the lands which were once conquered by the Islamic Empire some 1250 years ago and establish a Muslim-only state. The groups believes that they are the rightful ...…

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…I 4 The Michigan fDa - Fail 2003 -12 4 Bethlehem United Church of Christ qua~y o IW.4 4. A-. 2 N The irst Co ,rgaioalChurch 4t 608 East William " (at the corner of State at William) a (734) 662-1679 Robert K. LivingstonI Senio~r Minister I 11 Located just 3 blocks from West and South Quad! Looking for a mainline Christian church home away from home? Come see us. We welcome you! l1c111v1 1V11111.1. LG1 WELCOME Students, Fla-,culty . S....…

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… E 4W TUDENT EDIT.ON p 1 SECTION NEWS: 76-DAILY www.michigandaily.com Fall 2003 KYLE 1 O'NEILL University le: more than just football, beer pong and nals h, sorry. I didn't hear you knocking. Yeah, come on in and make yourself at home. I was just lost in my thoughts or I would have heard you sooner. What was I thinking about? Well, I was thinking about the right thing to say to you, the new student of this insti- tution, as I figured ...…

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…mq 4 2C - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2003 Dorm Sweet Dorm Kick zig back in the 12 X 12 closet you now cal/home 4 it's August and move-in day, and you've just set up everything that you own into one half of a tiny room. Mom hugged you goodbye for the hundredth time and dad slipped some extra By Mal cash into your pocket and you stood curbside in front of your For t new home as your parents pulled away in the empty car t...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2003 - 3C Prof. Ralph By Ricky Lax Daily Arts Writer Ralph Williams has been teaching religion and literature courses at the University for years. His presence in the classroom is one of a kind as he has entertained countless students all the while teaching them the likes of Dante, Shakespeare and the Bible. The Michigan Daily caught up with Williams to ask him what makes him so unique. The Mich...…

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… 4C - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2003 i Sum of decisions greater than its parts By Maria Sprow Daily Staff Reporter fornia vs systemi nia atD, It's official: Universities may use race In its as a factor in admissions - they just held six may have to hire more admissions offi- four to cials to do it. affirmat That is the consensus of the two majori- discrimi ty opinions handed down by the U.S. declarin Supreme Court i...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2003 - 5C U'U students benefit from campus organizations By Soojung Chang Daily News Editor For students interested in more than just academics, the University offers many opportunities to become involved in student groups. "It's just a really strong campus for students to get involved in politics and the issues they really care about;' first year law student Margaret Vincent said. Vincent sai...…

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…6C - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2003 I FF LE E _N o with any sandwich E1~O Stop into Amer's at the Michigan Union for your favorite coffee, juice, and tea drinks, served how i you want it, hot, cold, or blended. With fresh pastries, soup, and sandwiches. Amer's is the perfect study spot for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Valid only at Michigan Union location Exp 9/30/03 - - Ada r o e Fri E n t r e N s 0 !ceive oesd Exp...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2003 - 7C - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 1- ~1 0 o (V -E (V I -' (V I.- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DVD Movie Rentals' Only $1.70!! (with this coupon) Present this coupon with DVD receipt at Limit: one rental per customer Huron Valley Travel for $2.00 cash refund Located in Pierpont Commons, North Campus, across from bookstore . TRAVEL With our staff of...…

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… 8C - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2003 Students First claims 13 MS seats 4 By Andrew Kaplan Daily Staff Reporter After nearly 8,500 students voted in the Michigan Student Assembly elections - exceeding last year's turnout by more than 1,500 voters - Students First Party candidates Angela Galardi and Monique Perry emerged with the top executive officer positions on MSA. According to official MSA election results, Galardi b...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fal 2003 - 9C A Coniversity opens new Honors r s- - Coliege lounge in Haven Hall By Maria Sprow Daily Staff Reporter Students in the Honors Program now have their own lounging and meeting space inside Angell Hall, reserved for them through a donation to the University from two Univer- sity Honors Program alumni. In her first visit to the new Haven Hall, University President Mary Sue Coleman, along w...…

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… 10C - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2003 Football still tops the hearts of Michigan faithful By J. Brady McCollough Daily Sports Editor Is the Michigan football team the best team in Ann Arbor? On a year-to-year basis, the answer is yes. The Wolverines are one of the most storied teams in col- lege football history, and are usually just two or three plays away from competing for a national championship. Lately, though, th...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2003 - 11C ADMISSIONS Continued from Pge 4C "We do not find it necessary to decide whether Justice Powell's opinion is binding," O'Connor wrote in the court's majority opinion. "Today we endorse Justice Powell's view that stu- dent body diversity is a compelling state interest that can justify the use of race in university admissions." Although the question of whether diversity is a compelling s...…

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…I mm 12C - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2003 STUDENT SOCIETIES STF A PORTRAIT OF THE UM SAE IE FOR GLORY As I rode with Mike Michaud on May 3 to the Wilson Student Project Center, on North Campus, the Mechanical Engineer- ing junior tells me that he had "worked until 10 a.m., slept for four hours, and got up again at 2 p.m. when you called." Michaud's lack of sleep is thanks to his involvement with the Society of Automo-...…

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… NEW STUDENT EDITION ARTs SECTION D ARTS: 763-0379 wwwmichigandally.com Fall 2003 I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim -- - -- - -- - - - - - JOEL HOARD 'Hey man, I'm in a band": A look at the college music scene H ey, dude, I'm Ben, your new roommate. Since we're gonna be spending the next eight months together, I should probably tell you a little bit about myself. I'm from Rochester Hills, and I play guitar in this band calle...…

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… 2D - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2003 4 1 need good art supplies! And I'll give anyone here $50 if they can tell me where to find some in this damn town! You're on man. First quit whining, then get off your diaper and head to Ulrich's Bookstore. Heck, I'll even tell you about another store... SIDE A 1. Chuck Berry "School Days" - It sounds like every other one of his songs, and that's why it's so good! 2. Van Halen "...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fal 2003 - 3D Root of the Problem The lonehiness of the Ann Arbor metal scene By James Pfent Daily Arts Writer Ann Arbor's hard rock scene is kind of like a good Creed song - neither one really exists. The lone exception, Taproot, has achieved international success the old fashioned way: by touring their asses off. But when the band was getting started in 1997, the lack of proper places to play in...…

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…MMMOMEq 4D - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2003 'L ysistrata' By Elizabeth Anderson Daily Arts Writer Wearing winter coats and hats, University stud Company members collaborated March 3rd on phanes's play "Lysistrata." The readings also ser demonstrating support against a potential preempti The campus reading was in conjunction with the al organization that sponsored more than 1,000 staged readings in 59 countries yes- t...…

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…The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2003 - 5D 10 records t By Scott Sedia Daily Arts Editor We can only hope this reaches you in time, kids. Before you pack. Before move- in day. Before the entire dorm sees you unload that box of Smash Mouth and Reba McEntire CDs, before you hang that washed-out O-town poster above the bunk beds, before you ask the DJ at that first house party to put on some Air Supply. This is college damn it, an...…

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… 6D - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2003 I Blockbuster sequels fight to live up to hype n M. I ..L.. O-ZAf. By LUk emith Daily Arts Editor MOVIE REVIEW Last year "Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" was the finest piece of filmmaking the world saw. While the focus is incredibly dif- ferent in this year's model, the effect is the same. Peter Jackson's "The Two Towers" is more than just the best escapist film ...…

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