Since the policy’s implementation, no one has been disciplined for smoking according to Sgt. Dennis Dzwigalski, Department of Public Safety
“The fusion and poetry of art!”
On days when the weather cooperates, Ruben Cabello grabs his lacrosse stick and heads to the backyard. Situated in the backyard is a backstop net awaiting another day of practice. Just like always, 100 to 200 shots is this session’s objective.
The clock at University of Toledo’s Carter Field read 19 seconds. It was plenty of time for Kevin LaHaie to strike.
It’s the last FYC of the school year, and I’ve decided to review a fairly theatrical collection by Russian-born Ulyana Sergeenko.
On a Wednesday afternoon at 12:00, the University Center stage was enchanted with a flash mob dance performed by the American Association for University Women (AAUW). It was not a typical flash mob routine however, they set out to make students aware of the importance of pay equity and not just entertain.
I have spent my life harboring a bad habit of avoiding surprise endings. I even read the last paragraph of any book before I read the first. Clearly, I just don’t like surprises, which is probably why I’m teetering on the edge of insanity knowing how soon I’ll be throwing myself into this thing I’ve heard about called the “real world.” (And not the hit MTV show, that the great MJ alumnae Sahar Dika once graced).
The winter semester is finally winding down. The end of another semester means a new Lyceum will soon be making its way to campus. The Lyceum is the fine arts journal here at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. It showcases the artistic talents of students, staff, and alumni through a book that is distributed during the fall and winter semesters. Any means of self-expression are up for consideration to be included in the journal and range from short stories and poetry to photography and paintings, to name a few.
In honor of the life of Ronald Hobbs Jr., the fraternity has elected to start a scholarship fund in Hobbs’ name.
Be single, and if you can’t then be gay.