University of Michigan - Michiganensian Yearbook (Ann Arbor, MI)

 - Class of 1988

Page 13 of 440

 

University of Michigan - Michiganensian Yearbook (Ann Arbor, MI) online yearbook collection, 1988 Edition, Page 13
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MICHIGAN LIFE . \GSI III ' : the I larlan Hatcher Graduate Library remains the centerpiece in U-M ' s modern collection. Its tside windows were given a fresh cleaning during the summer of 1987. The above photo was taken June 22, 19. irst called simply the " New Library, " the Graduate Library was described in the 1919 Ensian as " utilitarian in design . . . sta- tely in its lines and impressively large. " The north side was completed in 1920 on the site of the original Uni- versity Library, a fire hazard which was levelled in 1895. The towering, carrel-filled south side addition opened in 1970 as part of a library sys- jg tem expansion. The sprawling system now owns over six million volumes. While no longer the only library I around, the Grad is still the system ' s j? flagship. The enormous size of the I building is sometimes overlooked be- I cause its steps are inviting and com- = fortable, a roost for studiers, lovers, = and protesters. These steps provide | the perfect shady spot from which to * gaze into the Diag, and they are the site | for protests, speeches, and occasional concerts. Despite lacking the history of the Union steps, where John F. Kennedy first proposed the Peace Corps during his 1960 campaign, the Grad steps are a central part of life at Michigan. ^ The Big Numbers U-M ' s undergraduate enrollment in the Fall 1986 term was 22,399. U-M ' s graduate enrollment in the Fall 1986 term was 12,448. U-M ' s number of full-time faculty members in the Fall 1986 term was 2,294. > p isite: Photo by Frank Steitenkamp MICHIGAN LIFE 9

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