BY ALEXANDER HEPPERLE
In a freak chance of fate, with the help of friends and financial aid dollars that were supposed to go toward paying off my rent, I got to attend game 4 of the Tigers-Yankees playoff. I really couldn’t believe it even as I walked up to the stadium. The giant Louisville Slugger bats signified the entranceway, and a stone cat protected the gate from above. I was there.
BY VANESSA RYCHLINSKI
Now that City Place is apparently moving forward, the tenants of the seven houses along Fifth Street were told on July 15 that they had until the end of September to vacate the premises.
BY JAKE STEINERMAN
People call him the “Edison of our time,” a "genius," a "true visionary," some are even calling him “God.”
BY NOEL GORDON
Did you hookup last night? Well, shame on you. At least, that’s what I think Matt Green would say to you based on arguments made in his most recent column
BY AIDA ALI
If I hadn’t explored different opportunities at the University, I probably wouldn’t have renewed or even discovered my passion for a lot of things.
BY DAVID SCHWARTZ
Coleman made it abundantly clear to all those in attendance that sustainability isn’t a mere buzz word but a deep, underlying theme that’s to guide the University into the future.
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