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By Dixie Ann Dalton/The Daily Cougar
Wake up!: "I was daydreaming in class,"
said junior English major Paige Crocket, whose dreams were interrupted
by a falling tree that broke some windows Wednesday at the R. Cullen Building.
"I thought it was going to come further in than it did, so I ducked," she
seeks robbery suspect
In the third aggravated robbery in as many weeks at the
Cambridge Oaks apartments, two cell phones and a driver's license were
stolen at gunpoint from three men on Monday afternoon, police said.
should let it all out
Dear Cougars -- freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors,
superseniors, graduate students, doctoral candidates, professors, staff,
alumni and everyone else who picked up this piece of paper and gave it
a look -- I just wanted to share something.
believes in self-gratification
UM, the University of Michigan, wants to be recognized.
It claims, among its other numerous sterling achievements, that maize (yellow)
and blue are the most recognizable colors in college football, its fight
song, "Hail to the Victors," is the country's most recognizable fight song
and its winged helmet design is the most recognized symbol in college football.
scores a classy touchdown
Rising from the sawdust of what used to be the popular
River Oaks area watering hole Maxwell's, the newly remodeled Roeder's Pub
(pronounced raiders) brings new polish to a sleepy strip center while trying
to find its own personality.
Volume 69, Issue 8, Thursday, September 4, 2003
UHPD seeks robbery suspect
Senators wonder where past work went at
Young smokers face risk of death and disease
Students should let it all out
Guns help fight off scumbags
Everything in Texas is big, so get over
Michigan believes in self-gratification
Coogs look to belittle UM in 'The Big
Hadnot on watch list
Roeder's scores a classy touchdown
Sunday night is something else at The Social