Monday, April 07, 2003The Ann Arbor Sucks weblog notes this Michigan Daily article, which documents the outragous prices charged in the University-owned convenience stores. Lest the collective memory forget, it was only a few years ago both South Quad and Bursley had grills serving a wide variety of inexpensive hamburgers, grilled cheese sandwiches, ice cream, and other foods. After an expensive "consultant" hired by housing, the University decided an overpriced, corporate-logo filled convenience store could generate more revenue. (The entire Housing Administration is run as a financially independent unit within the University.) The only place where the grill closings was sucessfully resisted? East Quad.
Virginia Tech has reinstated their affirmative action program.
Apparently, a hearty crowd braved the cold for this year's Hash Bash.
MSU has suspended two after this year's riot ... and the MSU police have posted photos of riot participants on the web.
The Ann Arbor News casts a mildly distainful gaze on Ann Arbor's homeless in a companion piece for this belated story about the creation of an advocacy organization for their interests.
Last, but not least- James Justin Wilson has issued a "correction" about Andrew Shrivell.
Posted by Rob at 1:31 AM