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Lynne Cheney key speaker at joint fundraising event
Cheney (Photo courtesy Paul Thacker)


It is important to give children the knowledge and understanding of the ideals that helped build this country, Lynne Cheney said during a speech before 275 people at a joint fundraiser for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and the U-M Cancer Center Childhood Cancer Program Oct. 4.   More>



Ideas for North Campus: Theater, retail, more residence halls, parking structures and a pub

North Campus has some nice features, including its vast green spaces, the music school pond and interesting sculptures, says Douglas Kelbaugh. But when describing the campus as a whole, he uses words like “empty” and “lifeless,” at least when the area is compared to Central Campus.


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