BY VANESSA WONG
The novel as a whole takes us beyond the book club. What Genova does best in all of her work is gracefully weaving scientific and psychological knowledge into her storylines.
BY COSMO PAPPAS
The Lyon Opera Ballet, visiting Ann Arbor this weekend for three nights, weds the rigorous professionalism of a world-class ballet company to creative, spectacular set and costume design in their production of “Cinderella.”
BY GRACE HAMILTON
The Men’s Glee Club is 155 years old, making it the oldest student-run organization on campus and of one of the oldest collegiate choirs in the nation. The choir is made up of 100 men, ranging from 17 to 27-years old.
BY ERIKA HARWOOD AND AKSHAY SETH
While running some errands, including stocking up on cat supplies for his two pets Monkey and Lafonda, Maron squeezed in time for a phone conversation with The Michigan Daily.
BY BAILEY KADIAN
“The poems in Crush are vulnerable, but also precise, rigorous,” Levad said. “Siken invites us in to his emotional and intellectual world, and we respond.”
BY CAROLINE FILIPS
Time-honored mainstays of American theater, like “Music Man,” are ultimately ageless with distinct character, vibrant soundtrack and heart.
BY COSMO PAPPAS
It will be one of the most significant events UMS puts on this year as Ann Arbor welcomes the pair back for a performance that will feature the two pianists with just acoustic instruments between them on the famous Hill stage.
BY PAIGE PFLEGER
“If you’re so good, then why are you still here?”
BY KARL WILLIAMS
The poems in “Why We Live in the Dark Ages” are hyperactive, as if they were written by a professor on an Adderall binge. In some poems, Levad overloads the poems with information, too much for the reader to fully assimilate it all.
The walls are covered with graffiti-esque murals of Mario and Megaman. The shelves contain every imaginable object of the gaming world, from the latest PlayStation 3 releases to the rulebooks to the latest edition of “Dungeons & Dragons.” Welcome to Ann Arbor's gaming Mecca.
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