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Outside the Michi- gan League, a lamp post is completely covered in ice fol- lowing an ice storm in late Janu- ary. The weight of the ice downed power lines and tree branches around campus, which left many Ann Arbor resi- dents without power, photo byAbby
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J Located on the cor- ner of. South State and North Univer- sity, the Beiner Weiner cart was a staple on campus. The inexpensive hot dogs were a popular lunch stop among students on central campus. photo by Jon Hammer We celebrated a break from the stress of school and . " srftbty ' litn 1 : MM tW midterms with spring break.Some headed south in search of a tan, and other sought the comforts of home. Still others took advantage of the opportunity to spend time away from the University with our friends. Rejuvenated, we returned to Ann Arbor ready to tackle the last months of our time at the University. Shining in the af- ternoon sun, a fountain donated to the city of Ann Arbor sits just off campus. Despite being nearly one hundred years old, the fountain re- mained functional. photo by Ben Hayes Closing | 459
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Under new man- agement, Sgt. Pepper ' s conve- nience store sits open early in the morning. The store was a popular choice among stu- dents due to its proximity to cam- pus and wide se- lection of goods. photo by Abby Johnson As the weather grew warmer and our days at the Univer- sity dwindled, we letourselvesrelaxjustabit.Ratherthan being cooped up in the library, we spread our books out in the grass. We skipped our lectures and discussions in favor of afternoons at Dominick ' s with pitchersof sangria or to have a picnic in the Arboretum with that special person. Facing State Street, Angell Hall serves as a hub for activ- ity on campus. The building was named for one of the most beloved presidents of the University, photo by Ben Hayes. Closing | 461
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