The end of the Michigan year, along with the premature shedding of clothing (60 degrees is no excuse for near-nudity), heralds many things. With our end-of the end-of-finals, set at a date so gloriously early as to be nearly unprecedented (but for universities set in picturesque Canada), come two added sources of worry – both of which are less than appreciated as final deadlines and exams close in on us. The lesson: A four-month summer, in all its glory, leaves some serious difficulties to contend with.
Anxiety No. 1: Finding the perfect summer sublet or sublessee. From bathroom stalls to Angell Hall, the campus is now fliered