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The district sleeps together

12. January 2005 • Matt Hollerbach
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T h e U n i v e r s i t y o f M i c h i g a n
U N I O N O F P R O G R E S S I V E A L U M N I
————————ANNOUNCEMENT—————————
PLANNING TO PROTEST THE INAUGURATION? NEED HOUSING IN DC? WE CAN HELP!

The D.C. chapter of the U-M Union of Progressive Alumni is offering protester housing with U-M alumni in the Washington D.C. area during the time surrounding the inauguration.

  • To make a housing request send an email with your Name, Email, Cell Phone Number (if you have it), dates you hope to find housing, and any special considerations to project coordinator Hannah Arkin: HannahArkin@yahoo.com **
  • FYI The Michigan Student Assembly is sponsoring transportation to D.C. leaving Ann Arbor on 6 p.m. Wednesday Jan. 19 returning 7 a.m. Friday, Jan. 21 for $25. For more information contact MSA.BUSTRIP@UMICH.EDU.
  • To read about some of the many events planned surrounding the inauguration, see www.counter-inaugural.org.

| The University of Michigan Union of Progressive Alumni is a global

| membership organization of alumni of the University of Michigan

| interested in progressive politics.

| To subscribe to our FREE Yahoo group send a message to:

| michiganprogressives-subscribe@yahoogroups.com. Current and

| short-term students encouraged to join!

University of Michigan Union of Progressive Alumni
PO Box 7207
Ann Arbor, MI 48107
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  1. Grow up.
       —T.J.    Jan. 13 '05 - 10:26AM    #
  2. Has the Postal Service finally entered the vernacular? Or is Hollerbach hip? Maybe both.
       —Brandon    Jan. 13 '05 - 06:29PM    #
  3. friggin’ hipsters…

    arborupdate is deck,
    ari p.
       —Ari P.    Jan. 13 '05 - 06:44PM    #
  4. But sometimes it’s just dreck.
       —David Boyle    Jan. 13 '05 - 09:38PM    #
  5. not hip, i just spend 4 nights a week at leopolds. hard to escape postal service there.
       —matt hollerbach    Jan. 14 '05 - 08:26AM    #