Young Alumni Newsletter - University of Michigan College of Literature, Science, and the Arts

FRIDAY 4.1.16

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Harbaugh for President 2015 U-M Sustainability Report

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He may not have gotten the presidency, but last week Jim Harbaugh placed 4th in Central Student Government elections. Not bad for a guy who, ya know, didn’t even run.


Check out this shnazzy website for more information on how Michigan is investing in a greener campus.



The newest addition to South U. doesn’t have cheesy bread, $1 pizza slices, burritos, nor anything else you might associate with South U. Instead, Fred’s is a small cafe offering a variety of organic and carefully-sourced foods to give students on campus a healthy (and Instagrammable) alternative. Honestly, if Fred’s were the post-Rick’s norm when we were students, we’d probably all be a little better off.


According to a study by two LSA faculty members, if thees tpyos aer killign yuo rght nwo...that says a lot about you. Aaaaand, unrelated: These millennial ads kind of nailed it.

Top 10 Things to Do in A2 (Apparently)

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TripAdvisor recently released the “Top 10 Things to Do in Ann Arbor,” compiled based on user ratings. While I may have some beef with it, the list definitely got a few things right! Agree or disagree? Plus, 10 ways to stay motivated when, honestly, you just can’t right now (TGIF amiright?!).


You might have to sit down for this one, folks. Our beloved Dominick’s recently announced that it will be closing its doors at the end of the summer—for good. An Ann Arbor without Dom’s?! I. Have. No. Words.

About the Dean's Young Alumni Council

The Dean’s Young Alumni Council (DYAC) is a highly engaged group of recent graduates whose mission is to encourage their peers to articulate the impact of their LSA education and to create a culture of giving back as alumni. Check out our website for more information and fill out our interest form to get involved!

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Christina Pechette is a DYAC staff member and 2013 LSA graduate whose brain has recently been occupied by this very real issue. Have information or events you’d like included in the newsletter? Any questions or feedback? Just hit “reply” to talk to me.

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