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Some like it cold: How the University's ice carving team sculpted its path

BY CATHERINE SULPIZIO

The Michigan Ice Carving Team is a decade old, but over the last three years has enjoyed an increase in both team size and recognition. Under its current president, Engineering junior James Hamet, the team has grown exponentially.

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Chef's Profile: Wherever he roams, David Burnell keeps it fresh

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BY DANIELLE RAYKHINSHTEYN

In the end, Burnell just wants to give you the same feeling he had while cooking with his grandfather— he wants you to feel at home.

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Netflix Pix: The best streaming options

BY DAILY SENIOR ARTS EDITORS

Daily Senior Arts Editors dig through Netflix to find the movies and TV shows worth revisiting or discovering.

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Trailer Review: 'Mockingjay' sets high expectations for film

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BY VANESSA WONG

With the “Hunger Games” name drawing in millions of fans already, you know this film will be good. But with their high expectations for a good book-to-screen adaption, the real question is: just how good?

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Single Review: 'Trouble in the Water' flooded with guest artists

BY LEJLA BAJGORIC

On Common’s latest release, “Trouble in the Water,” Malik Yusef, Kumasi and Common himself all provide equally wavy verses for this environmentally friendly tune, which also features vocals by Aaron Fresh, Choklate and Laci Kay.

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MUSKET presents the Demon Barber of Fletcher Street

BY HAILEY MIDDLEBROOK

It’s a creepy tale with an amazing set and soundtrack, yet it seemed doubtful that Victorian-era “Sweeney Todd” could be relevant to students at U-M.

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Giancarlo Buonomo: But why turkey?

BY GIANCARLO BUONOMO

An obvious question: Why do we center a holiday around a dish that most of us have an arduous — and often ultimately disappointing — time cooking?

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Erika Harwood: 'Plus-sized' models and the weight of labeling

BY ERIKA HARWOOD

New pseudo-scandals regarding the size of female models pop up a few times each year. It’s the constant discussion that will never go away, but dear god, I wish it would.

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What's Your Rapture

Single Review: 'Content Nausea' keeps the '90s alive

BY MIMI ZAK

Parquet Courts’ music catalog to date contains a punk, garage rock sound that has been largely missing in the past decade of produced music.

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