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…Tuesday, September 7, 2004 News 3A The major summer campus news Weather Opinion 4A Steve Cotner on the pornography of war Surprise starter Chad Henne leads Michigan in opener ... Sports, Page 13A HI: 77 LOW: 53 TOMORROW; 72/53 Arts 9A R.Kelly's piss-poor performance One-hundred-thirteen years ofedor l freedom www.mir'iandaziy.com Ann Arbor, Michigan n Vol. CXIII, No. 155 @2004 The Michigan Daily Student found dead in dorm By Emily Kraac...…

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… 2A - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 7, 2004 -NATION/WORLD Frances slams Florida panhandle NEWS IN BRIEF PANACEA, Fla. - Tropical Storm Frances plowed ashore on the Florida Panhandle yesterday, its second U.S. landfall after causing flooding and tear- ing up homes and boats across the center of the state. About 6 million people in Florida have lost power and at least nine have been killed. After crossing part of the Gulf of Mex- i...…

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… NEWS The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 7, 2004 - 3A SUMMER NEWS Nader on ballot Housing crunch displaces families, undergrads A housing shortage caused by a larger-than-expected freshman class prompted the University to relocate upperclassmen from Vera Baits I and II Residence Halls to family housing units on North Campus. The undergraduate students who chose to give up their rooms this fall to incoming freshmen relocated to North- ...…

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… 4A - TheMichiganDaily-_Tuesday,_September_7,_2004 1 OPINION (The £iip ig JORDAN SCHRADER Editor in Chief JASON Z. PESICK Editorial Page Editor 420 MAYNARD STREET ANN ARBOR, MI 48109 tothedaily@michigandaily.com Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of the majority of the Daily's editorial board. All other pieces do not necessar- ily reflect the opinion of The Michigan Daily. NOTABLE QUOTABLE 'W' stands for ...…

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… NEWS The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 7, 2004 - 5A Largest freshman class ever settles onto campus By Anne Joling counteracting this decline, but the number didn't apply because they didn't want to Daily Staff Reporter of freshmen minority students that enrolled write all the essays. Some of them didn't About 6,571 freshmen are enrolled this term With the beginning of classes today, stu- dents welcome a new semester, new classes, an...…

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…I 6A - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 7, 2004 NEW S Detroit-area nurses continue strike at Labor Day march 4 DETROIT (AP) - Dozens of striking nurses joined thousands of union workers in march- ing through the city yesterday, calling for better working conditions, more jobs and a change of leadership in the White House. Labor leaders said the event marked the first time they could remember a nurses' union par- ticipating in the an...…

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… NEWS The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 7, 2004 - 7A Study st Simp acts CHICAGO P) - Children who watched a lot of TV with sexual content were about twice as likely to start hav- ing intercourse during the subsequent year as those with little exposure to tele- vised sex, researchers found. High exposure to TV sex among those age 12 to 17 also was linked with a lower but still substantially increased risk of starting non-intercourse beh...…

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… 4 Tuesday September 7, 2004 arts. michigandaily.corn artspage@michigandaily. com ft E 3td~an uu i YRTrS 8A ----.. ... . .SA... ....... 4 By Ian Dickinson y \ For The Daily su p 'Sweet Land' lives up to author's work The American assault on foreign movies contin- ues with "Wicker Park," a bland remake of the 1995 French thriller, "L'Appartement," that somehow manages to upend "Exorcist: The Beginning" as the worst film of the year. Jos...…

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… ARTS The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 7, 2004 - 9A ALEX WOLSKY Between good and evil 've learned a lot from comic books over the years, but the most impor- tant lesson learned is that it rarely matters who's on your side; what mat- ters is who is against you. You don't need a friend or a lover, you need a qual- ity nemesis and an archenemy. These are the two most important characters in the life of any successful human, and knowl...…

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…ARTS The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 7, 2004 - 11A Period piece romances audiences By Jennie Adler Daily Arts Writer In "Vanity Fair," set in 19th century London, Reese Witherspoon perfects her British accent playing the part of Becky Sharp, a governess and social climber. Amid the war-immersed early 19th century, Sharp marries and fraternizes to make the most for herself, ditching her impoverished roots. Along the way she attrac...…

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… 12QA - The Mihi. 00 7 ,2004 r I j A I i 44 tiflVE RSIF SPORTSWEA 5' >i ' Si 5 RI ' .( r' ,' ;, x:., tY; . ° < I ll :O I g I 3t T I s V : C C C ea I iit ,r z : . : \W V ti ;P\ . .5::: , , s A S iit &ei 1@ 14e9+9 S : : r;. ".a '"'S : Li. k , s ; c a a zL a 3. >, ! IY 0 i I N: I7'r a ra i . ; 1 4 l t a ..4EIa.. 1, Mil Ilt r1 ml: LII cit Ai( 2I V r\ I I Lt I I .i <' COME SEE THE WORLDS LAR...…

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…GENNARO FILICE: Edwards is the No.1 option to be this year's hype-man. EPAGE 3B THE SPORTsrTUEsDAY COLUMN WHAT YOU TALKIN' 'BOUT, WILLIS' Michigan runner Nick Willis speaks of narrowly missing the finals of the 1,500-meter race at the Olympics. PAGE 8B 8 5 SPORTS rU \ \o V > September 7,2004 13A ---- - - - - ---- --- -- MICHIGAN 43, Miami (Ohio) 10 ------------------------------------------- - - ---- -- -- Freshman Solidstart& i nd reg...…

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…MMEOM 14A - The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday _ September 7, 2004 4 Offense gives Ledezma a Royal exit Une £IMUUaU Athlete of the Week DETROIT (AP) - Wil Ledezma made his last start in the Tigers' rotation a strong one. Ledezma (4-2) gave up two runs - one earned - and seven hits in six innings to lead Detroit to a 7-3 victory over the Kansas City Roy- als yesterday. The 23-year-old left- hander will move to the bullpen to reduce the nu...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 7, 2004 - 15A Stickers rebound with road victories By Matt Venegoni Daily Sports Writer Senior Braylon Edwards is one of Michigan's most experienced players on the offensive side of the ball. rEdwards needs to fill Perry sshoes A team's opening road series can cause anxiety for the coaching staff. And while there were some anxious moments, Michigan came out with two victories and more confid...…

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… 16A - The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 7, 2004 - 11 1111111F1111esh m an........ Late-game heroics save 'M' By Matt Singer Daily Sports Writer With less than 15 minutes left to play, the Michigan women's soccer team had to wonder what more it could do to put the ball in the net. The team was relentless on the attack with a seemingly end- less stream of corner kicks and scoring opportunities. But the scoreboard doesn't lie, and...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 7, 2004 - 17A Spikers complete 'process' of success By Eric Ambinder Daily Sports Writer Michigan volleyball coach Mark Rosen figured his team was in trouble. Rosen sat courtside at the Manhattan College Invitational on Friday evening scouting the Wolverines' upcoming oppo- nents. Earlier in the afternoon, Michigan beat the Hawks of Maryland-Eastern Shore 3-0 and now Rosen was watching Manhattan,...…

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… 18A - The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 7, 2004 MICHIGAN 43, MIAMI (OHIO) 10 7 1 . n a .. 1 . A U = n IU, nAr ?nrnWner n Practice makes pertect for opportunistic defense IAMVL SMA11Ml~fC Team Stats First Downs Passing Yards Offensive Plays Total Offense Return Yards Comp/Att/Int Punts/Avg Fumbles/Lost Penalties/Yards Time of Poss MIAMI 13 25/33 217 65 250 280 19/40/5 2/31.5 0/0 7/46 27:56 MICH 14 40/132 159 8 274 72 16/28/...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 7, 2004 - 19A h' e The ]ant Box r Jackson says he's feeling better after bad bruise By Bob Hunt Daily Sports Editor 1After playing a good portion of last sea- son at less-than-full strength because he was nursing a hamstring injury, corner- back Marlin Jackson wanted to come out of the blocks hitting on all cylinders in his first game back at his old position. And he did. Momentarily. ~ J...…

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… 20A - The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 7, 2004 Willis misses 1,500m finals by 0.2 seconds By Ian Herbert Daily Sports Writer Nick Willis crossed the finish line in the Olympic semifinals for the 1,500-meter run and knew immedi- ately that he had not made the finals. He didn't need the scoreboard to tell him that Kamal Boulahfane from Algeria had sprinted by him just split seconds before to take the fifth, and final, qualifying ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 7, 2004 - 21A MichiganEngineering University of Michigan I College of Engineering I . Dean's onor 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 of12 graded credit hours and received a 3.5 GPA or better to earn the distinction of Dean's Honor List for Winter Term 2004....…

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… 22A - The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 7, 2004 Orton leads Purdue over Orangemen Croom breaks SEC coaching color barrier 4 WEST LAFAYETTE (AP) - No. 25 Purdue came up with big plays and long touchdowns on offense, which was no sur- prise. The dominating defense even caught the Boilermakers off guard. Kyle Orton passed for 287 yards and a career-high four touchdowns to lead the Boilermakers to a 51-0 victory over Syra- cuse o...…

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…The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 7, 2004 - 23A Ching's early goal lifts U.S. soccer Williams, Miami in contract dispute FOXBORO, Mass. (AP) - Little- used forward Brian Ching led the United States to a 2-0 win over a short-handed El Salvador in a World Cup qualifying game here Saturday. Ching's goal in the fifth minute gave the home team a much needed boost in the game, which was marked by an ejec- tion, aggressive play and a ...…

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… 4 0 cl(omen olveorineesI 4 6reatrfo anjLtollege .fr Parents can give students. something thej alw.a s need and can us~e. Pict up a K~roger &ift Card at lour local K~roger or call i oo-s'7-'4V ave the card number to add to the balance wiith a phone call*. You choose the amount ($5 - $5o0). *'call - Soo -83 - 4483 to activate~ or add credit to a card. Purchaest must be~ made with a credit card. 4 El El El El El El El 1ro6e~r 4bone. 6Car...…

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…Ow AUd#gan INOU Finding true north on the moral compass ongratula- tions class of 2008. You have been accepted into the ranks of an elite institution. The term "leaders and best" is not merely a proud expression that fits the rhyme and meter of a catchy fight song. It is a statement of fact. You, the promising teenagers reading this column across the country will be tomorrow's captains of industry, politi- cal figures, scientists and great in...…

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… 4 2B - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2004 COMMENTARY VIEWPOINT VIEWPOINT SAPAC changes will provide better services Removal of survivor services at SAPAC harms survivors APRIL 8, 2004 APRIL 19,2004 BY SASHA AcHEN AND STEPHANIE VITALE There has been much said about the changes at the Sexual Assault Preven- tion and Awareness Center over the course of the last few months. We sup- port everyone's right to have his o...…

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… COMMENTARY The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2004 - 3B ACHEN Continued from Page 2B Within such a system and with the consent of the survivor, pertinent information about the sur- vivor's story can be shared in order to minimize the number of times that a survivor will have to re-tell his or her story. By encouraging this net- work of organizations, the new system will ensure that a survivor is able to receive comprehensive an...…

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… 4 4B - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2004 COMMENTARY Liberals behaving badly DANIEL ADAMS SPITTING INTO' THE WIND MARCH 31, 2004 The activist group commonly referred to as BAMN has developed quite a reputation for itself on campus. Despised by the Right and ostracized by the main- stream Left, BAMN is clear- ly a group that has alienated itself from the majority of the student body. Its platform isn't the problem. ...…

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…COLIN DALY T iimMICHIGAN DALY OCTOBER 10, 2003 , _ *7 COMMENTARY NOTABLE QUOTABLE t I am not interested in responding to a set of demands where no real discussion can take place." The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2004 - 5B II L;,, a «~ 'wre . .. ... - ... BEETS ve°ro s w'1 4 xLJ4 I - University President Mary Sue Coleman, in an open letter to students, printed April 1, 2004 in The Michigan Daily. RicI PF: FOP, succ SS...…

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…I 4 6B - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fail 2004 COMMENTARY IRAQ: A LOOK BACK BUSH'S WAR AND HOW IT HAS RESHAPED THE WORLD L You're safe now and by you I mean me sI HUSSAIN RAHIM NARCOLEPTiC INSOMN A MARCH 19, 2004 oy oh boy, do I wish the rest of the world could live where Bush lives. A year ago to this day, I was deeply absorbed into my own domino theories about the Iraq war and what it would entail. I had fantastical ...…

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… COMMENTARY The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2004 - 7B Hello, Mr. Connerly; goodbye civil rights. STEVE COTNER My BACK PAGES JANUARY 12, 2004 Today something strange is happening in the state of Michi- gan. An out-of-state black man named Ward Conner- ly is sending out can- vassers, press releases, s dinner-party invitations and belated Christmas cards, all in order to ingra- tiate himself with our fellow residents. He is ...…

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…a 8B - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2004 COMMENTARY Street fighting man - who needs cops anyway? No friends in City Hall ELLIOTT MALLEN IRRAT'IONAL EXUBERANCE STEVE COTNER MY BACK PAGES FEBRUARY 19, 2004 JULY 12, 2004 y now it's obvious, but it needs to be said: The members of the Ann Arbor Police Department and the Department of Public Safety should all be arrested for imperson- ating officers. They drive around ...…

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… COMMENTARY The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2004 -96 The blanding of America JESS PISKOR JOIN THE PISKOR Attn. snobs: I love rock and roll, Hrithik, Jimmy John's OCTOBER 21, 2003 AUBREY HENRETTY NELROTICA OCTOBER 28, 2003 J spent a good F ood is an interesting thing. It both keeps us alive and makes life worth living. It is both nourishment and a source of pleasure. Unfortunately, the pleasurable aspects of food are un...…

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… 10B --The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2004 COMMENTARY ELECTION SELECTION 2004 4 DINT this: 'President Kerry' VIEWPOINT Where the Republicans stand JULY 12, 2004 APRIL 15, 2004 AEL MOMIN I will say it: John Kerry can win this election. Incon- clusive polls aside, Kerry has some real advantages on Bush, not the least of which are his domestic plans and his running mate. If Kerry manages to shift the focus of this e...…

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…ahe Wowgttn Owdg Lost and scared? Let the master lead the way Welcome to your official tour of the Universi- ty of Michigan campus. My name is Andy, and to sat- isfy a court order mandating commu- nity service, I'll be acting as your guide for the afternoon. We'd better get started right away; we've got so much time and so little to see. Strike that --reverse it. To begin, this area in which we're now standing is the center of campus, called ...…

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…MER 2C - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2004 4 UNIVERSITY ADMISSIONS CHANGESCUSEDY~THE r UPRF IE. 4UR, 3 ET."' Incoming freshman class could be largest ever June 1, 2004 By Afson Go Daily Staff Writer Although the number of undergraduate appli- cations that the University has received is down 18 percent from last year, administrators have several reasons to remain optimistic about the quality and quantity of students fro...…

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… UNIVERSITY The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2004 - 3C 'U, April 8, 2004 By Mkhael Kan PDaily Staff Writer committee will recommend wage disclosure policy i A cool sigh of relief lingered through the final seconds of yesterday morning's meeting of the University's Labor Standards and Human Rights Committee, as members agreed on a proposal to recommend that the University make the wages of factory workers producing school ap...…

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… I 4C - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2004 UNIVERSITY Harvard prof. links racism, poverty at MLK symposium January 20. 2004 By Karen Schwartz Daily Staff Writer FOREL UAEY/Uaily LSA senior Jenny Bouerl and LSA junior Mindy Pickens get down and dirty at the Mudbowl Saturday on the lawn of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Proceeds from the event were donated to the C.S. Mott Children's Hospital. Mudbowl tradition continues October 20...…

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… UNIVERSITY The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition -Fall 2004-5C Dance for unity Pow Wow rallies Native Americans BRETT MOUNTAIN/Daily Students volunteering to give tours of an exhibition of art by Michigan's prisoners explore the exhibit last night ahead of its opening today. The exhibit, placed in the North Campus Media Union, is sponsored by the Prison Creative Arts Project. Prisoners' art exhibit 10en on North Campus Charity group...…

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…6C -The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2004 o~ i tnt", #0 I * tlm"e P/ 4's a ...,. FREE Coke with any sandwich Stop into Amer's at the Michigan Union for your favorite coffee, juice, and tea drinks, served how 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. regular size COOKIES IlTi regular size ( 11agiC i l0. Open ti1 ...…

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… The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2004 - 7C ------------------------------------------------------------------- - ------- - - ---- -- -- -- -- -- --- tnt." A 4s totS michigan union ticket office Your one-stop source for on-campus concerts and plays, stunevens transportation, discount Cedar Point tickets and much more F EE! Small Frosty with Corn purchase at Michigan l or Michigan League L( bo Union )cations. r$: nto Midn...…

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… 8C - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2004 UNIVERSITY World's oldest mouse helps to unlock secrets of aging COURTESY OF RICHARD MILLER, Medical School Yoda (left) sniffs his cage mate Princess Lela. April 15, 2004 By Chloe Foster Daily Staff Writer Tucked away in a laboratory in the University's med- ical center, there lives a tiny creature whose sole exis- tence has caused celebration and anticipation within the scientific...…

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… UNIVERSITY The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2004 - 9C Frustrated students protest Art and Design curriculum Engineering Dean Steven Director and Engineering Class of 2004 President Evita Nedelkoska cut the birthday cake on September 9, 2003. School celebrates 150th anniversary September 10, 2003 By Aymar Jean Daily Staff Writer With 150 years of innovation under its belt, the College of Engineering was toast- ed by students...…

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… 4 20C - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2004 UNIVERSITY ADMISSIONS Continued from Page 2C of the relatively small pool of minority appli- cants. Small changes in numbers can create large changes in percentages, she said. Fur- thermore, the decrease in black student paid enrollments is more than 13 percent. The University also attributes these decreases to the transition year that admis- sions is going through and reassures...…

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… UNIVERSITY The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2004 - 11C STUDY Continued from Page 1C two hours. "The Union study lounge is really the only place I study, and it's great because it's so quiet. People look at you if you make a sound," said LSA senior Jatin Rana. "I like it there because it's really quiet and also you can get food downstairs," agreed LSA junior Jenny Rai. Looking for a place with a bit more activi- ty, we have a ...…

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…I 12C - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2004 0 .swxuct ,g' .. /f s. ve. arac ,anrums .aka : " ( Iiz A 4 9' t_ . T(4e The University of Michigan Ninth Annual ENE RGY FEST Promoting energy conservation, renewable energy, and a sustainable environment Tuesday, September 21 Central Campus Diag: 11:00 to 2:00 Live Music from 12-1 Thursday, September 23 North Campus Portico Plaza: 11:00 to 2:00 Exhibits! Door Prizes! Sponsor...…

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…Dumb DMB and everything else to leave at home Getting ready for college i is a time we all remember pretty well. Even those of us here at Daily Arts { - who spend our time mired in Ayn Rand novels and scratching out post- high school poetry - fondly recall the summer between senior year and the shitload of film classes we spend the next four years skipping. I, for instance, recall the real- ization that I would not, in fact, be able to transpo...…

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… I 2D - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2004 ARTS -- A 0 Julian Casablancas salutes the crowd at the Strokes sold-out show, October 16, 2003, at the State Theater In Detroit. Strokes shrug off KNOW YOUR STROKES sophomore slump a October 24, 2003 he Raven: BAex Julian has drawn; By Alex Woisky \\ Daily Staff Writer comparisons to Vel- vet Underground frontman Lou Reo REV Mus ic RE** *Reed may have White LightWhite ) but ...…

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… ARTS The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2004 - 3D ALEX WOLSKY Halcyon Days: Bootleg epitomizes excellence April 2, 2004 By Alex Wolsky . Daily Staff Writer' Music REVIEW__ _ _ _\ Bozo Dionysus Revisited "It's just Halloween - I've got my Bob Dylan mask on. I'mn mas- querading." Bob Dylan was always an enigma. On October 31, 1964, to an adoring crowd of faithful followers, Dylan per- formed at New York City's most presti- Ma...…

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… I 4D - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2004 ARTS Legacy of notorious family fills museum September 26, 2003 By Lynn Hasslebth Daily StaffWriter Behind the scenes A look into the ubiquitous 'U' Productions . On Sunday, the University of Michigan Museum of Art unveiled an exclusive exhibition of European art collected by Russia's most notorious royal family. The exhibit, emphasizing the diverse artistic tastes and poli...…

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