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

 - Class of 1996

Page 296 of 458

 

University of Michigan - Michiganensian Yearbook (Ann Arbor, MI) online yearbook collection, 1996 Edition, Page 296
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Central Campus : East Quad (cont.) Inteflex was the pre-medicine program sponsored by the Uni- versity medical school. Once accepted into the program, students were guaranteed admission to the medical school as long as their grades were kept at a satisfactory level. The largest program at East Quad, however, was the Residen- tial College (RC), a mini-college within the University. According to Jones, East Quad ' s liberal reputation was a result of the RC. " It promotes a liberal education and well-rounded students. " The dorm housed " many artistic resources which were outside the School of Art, such as a darkroom, ceramics room, and printmaking room, " said returning Resident Advisor Young-Bean Song. The school sponsored The RC Players, who performed " Sister Mary Ignautas Explains It All, " " An Actors Nightmare, " and " What the Butler Saw. " Performances were also held at the snack bar, the Halfway Inn, which featured frequent open-microphone nights, where anyone could perform music, comedy, or poetry. The dorm had a house council, East Quad Representatives Association (EQRA) and a minority group called ABENG, which sponsored a multi- cultural arts festival. The weekend-long festival included African-American dancing and a game night. East Quad also had an equality social group and a Gay Lesbian Bisexual Group (GLB), both of which held weekly meet- ings to deal with personal or community problems as they occurred. Second-year English ma- jor James Wilson works on a paper in the East Quad ResComp site. Computing sites were an added conve- nience to dorm life. Anderson 2nd: Row -I: Charles Walk.; Michael Braun, Knnherly Yee. David Hel, Row .V Ian GoldenherB, Caleb Rutai Duncan-son, Ushimhra Buford. n Skiles , Beth Elliott. Jodie Colone, Kenyatta Wilson er, Vem, Talanki Vis.-anath, Shana Oovel, Ross Kashiiheck Km, Wilson, Matthew Wemple. Michael Feld. Clajei Kevin Skile! An,l-,m IrJ: Row-1: lnhn Price, Mclame Walter. Kris Genove.se, Dave BarnarJ. Jeff Howcll, Spence Money. Hui-San Chunu, Mahesh Murthy: Row -2: Can, Boninn. Indian Chan, Red Town-end, Julie Van Oss, Oayle Giffin, Kim Au B ensrein, Lisa ln B all. Stephanie Klein, Melis.i G.i B rica. Erin Noack, Emily L.isner Ro- J f R ' e DeLuca, Jessica Plant:. Meiuhan O ' Rourke, Nelse Winder, Amanda Smith, Ben Gill-art. Lis Shatkey, Naomi Brenner Row -4: Puja Dh.man, Riki Mitiner, Jason Rovak. Adrian Ray, Li: Walknp. lad Ruhy, Stephen Hohetman. Chatlie Snydet, Christophet Henry. Alex Brown. Burton Kim 290 Residence Halls

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