Category: Ann Arbor

Remembering Faz

Faz Husain, who passed away last week, will be remembered at a memorial service in Ann Arbor at Pioneer High School on Thursday, March 23rd at 7.30 pm. Friends have set up a memorial website at www.SayHelloToFaz.com.

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Full Text of Doe vs. Michigamua

Below, for your reading pleasure, is the complete text of a lawsuit filed against Michigamua and the University of Michigan last week in Washtenaw County Circuit Court. The formatting is a bit screwy — sorry, this was a rush file conversion job.

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Michigamua Art Exhibit Thursday

This looks interesting, too bad I won’t be able to make it: Michigamua EXPOSED!!!!! An educational art exhibit sponsored by students from Art & Design 310 Thursday, December 15th 9 pm Michigan League Underground What is Michigamua? Why are they called a “secret society”? Why is it called racist? Why did students occupy the tower […]

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What is the Hobbit Hole?

Good question. It’s the apartment I lived in while in Ann Arbor, and now it is available to rent. This email is being circulated: Are you a hip activist on campus looking for an apartment for next year? The Hobbit Hole alums are looking for renters for next year that will carry on the Hobbit […]

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Ann Arbor Fire

From a friend: i just found out that there was a fire at 4:00am on arbor street… the daily has yet to post anything but more info is available at mline/aa news- the house is gone and one student had to jump from the third floor and is badly burned, cut and in critical condition […]

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Fristabuster ‘Protest of the Year’

The Princeton Filibuster, which I helped bring to D.C., was selected by Mother Jones magazine as the protest of the year: “The 384-hour gabfest wrapped up with a ‘fili-bus-tour’ to Washington, D.C., where guest bloviators Senators Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) and Jon Corzine (D-N.J.) joined in.” Also making the list of notable campus activism: anti-Coke activism, […]

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