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Jerry May: The man behind the money

Teresa Mathew/Daily

BY THE STATEMENT STAFF

It takes finesse, strategy and some luck to bring in the University's biggest donors. And Jerry May, the University's vice president for development, knows just how to do it.

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Statement on the street: If you had $1 million to donate to the ‘U,’ what would you want the money to go towards?

Teresa Mathew/Daily

BY THE STATEMENT STAFF

"If I had a million dollars ..." Students get in tune with the Barenaked Ladies and pretend they're big donors with $1 million.

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Visual Statement: Bending Sickle Farm

Virginia Lozano/Daily

BY VIRGINIA LOZANO

Bending Sickle Community Farm is part of a new generation of young farmers and a contribution to the local culture of the Ann Arbor community.

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Jerry May: Selling blue for green

Teresa Mathew/Daily

BY PETER SHAHIN

Jerry May, the University’s vice president for development, has been at the University longer than most top-level executive officers and administrators. All that time, he’s been selling the same product: The University of Michigan. May now faces the greatest challenge of his career: the $4 billion Victors for Michigan campaign, one of the most ambitious fundraising efforts in the history of public higher education.

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Science of it all: Sleep on it

Illustration by Megan Mulholland

BY PAIGE PEARCY

Remember those times when you wished you could just go to sleep, wake up and know the material for your exam? A scientific study proved that may actually work.

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The Statement: 'Til Rick's do us part

Photo by Todd Needle/Daily, Design by Alicia Kovalcheck

BY MAGAZINE STAFF

We went to Rick’s, not looking for love, but searching for an explanation for the staggering popularity and longevity of the famed bar.

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Statement on the street: How do you get ready for a night out?

Teresa Mathew/Daily

BY THE STATEMENT STAFF

Shower parties, "hype" playlists and Lacoste cologne — that's all you need to get ready for a great night.

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Visual Statement: Ashley's

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY PAUL SHERMAN

It’s a place to relax. A place to hang out with friends and forget it all. A place where new adventures begin and old ones come to an end.

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Ann Arbor Affairs: Love me

Illustration by Megan Mulholland

BY ALICIA KOVALCHECK

I never realized that falling in love with myself, however tumultuous the relationship, could feel so fantastic.

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The students behind the bar

Todd Needle/Daily

BY MATT SLOVIN

In Ann Arbor’s most notorious basement, known for its sticky dance floor and neon, liquor-infused shark bowls, LSA senior Ben Gyarmati does his homework.

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'Til Rick's do us part: A drunk history of Rick's American Cafe

Photo Illustration by Alicia Kovalcheck and Todd Needle

BY MELANIE KRUVELIS

We went to Rick’s, not looking for love, but searching for an explanation for the staggering popularity and longevity of the famed bar. Before setting out to write this story, we had never walked through its double doors, never descended the oft-packed stairs that lead into the hazy basement that doubles as one of the city’s most popular bars.

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No easy choice: How student survivors of sexual assault manage the maze of options before them

Illustration by Alicia Kovalcheck

BY HALEY GOLDBERG

I looked at her, watching the wheels in her head turn anxiously as she weighed the options of what happens next. It was easy for me — someone unfamiliar with sexual assault — to say what she should do: Turn him in. It seemed simple. He needed to face the consequences of his actions.

But the decision isn’t black and white; it isn’t “turn him in to face justice” or “let him go free.” For student survivors of sexual assault, it’s much more complicated.

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Instagram Shoot-Out: Trip to the Cider Mill

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY ALLISON FARRAND AND ADAM GLANZMAN

Two Daily photographers visit Waird’s Cider Mill armed with appetites and iPhone cameras

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No easy choice: How student survivors of sexual assault manage the maze of options before them

Illustration by Alicia Kovalcheck

BY HALEY GOLDBERG

I looked at her, watching the wheels in her head turn anxiously as she weighed the options of what happens next. It was easy for me — someone unfamiliar with sexual assault — to say what she should do: Turn him in. It seemed simple. He needed to face the consequences of his actions.

But the decision isn’t black and white; it isn’t “turn him in to face justice” or “let him go free.” For student survivors of sexual assault, it’s much more complicated.

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Feast your eyes: When the craving strikes

Illustration by Megan Mulholland

BY SIENA WITTE

It was the type of hunger born from too many hours spent hunched over my laptop, too many hours spent highlighting study guides and scribbling on index cards.

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