head off on that fabulous senior-year spring break,
make sure you've taken care of the paperwork
for graduation. In order to graduate, you must apply
for a diploma from your school or college. If you're
in LSA, tomorrow is the last day to submit your diploma
application form so your name is included in the May
Commencement Book. If you don't care about seeing
your name in print, you have until April 16. Colleges
have different deadlines, so make sure you check with
yours now for the important dates.
your U-M memories last--purchase a 2003 Michiganesian
yearbook so you can look back on the good ol' days
and reminisce years from now about people and places.
The yearbook is $60; if you have it delivered it's
an additional $8. You can even have it billed to your
student account. Order
Maybe you didn't get to plan the awesome spring break
you had hoped. But it's not too late to plan a memorable
post-graduation vacation--check out our wallet-friendly
Navigator PriceBuster trips to London and Paris
and other fun destinations. You can travel to Budapest
and Prague for as low as $999, air included. You'll
also save an additional 5 percent off any PriceBuster
trip you book!
A job interview is not the place to show off your
new faded jeans or your J. Lo-inspired velour jump
suit. The way you present yourself says a lot about
who you are and how you will fit in at the company
you're interviewing with. Dressing conservatively
is the key to success.
should stick to a sold two-piece suit in a color such
as navy or charcoal. Make sure your socks match the
suit--save your white tube socks for the CCRB! Avoid
loud prints in ties or dress shirts--keep them classy.
Ladies should wear some type of suit, such as a skirt
and jacket or pants and jacket, in a conservative
color such as navy, gray or black. Hosiery is a must.
Keep jewelry to a minimum. The night before the interview,
make sure your clothes are neatly pressed. Visit http://www.collegegrad.com/jobsearch/app-a.shtml
for more tips on how to wow future employers with
your good grooming.
The Ann Arbor News says it's the "best-kept secret
in Ann Arbor"--so don't leave the U-M without checking
it out! Basement
Arts is a completely student-run theater group
housed within and subsidized by the Department of
Theater and Drama. The group produces free shows every
weekend of the school year in the Arena Theater, located
on the first floor of the Frieze Building. You never
know what Basement Arts star you'll see on the silver
screen; famous alumni include Lucy Liu ("Charlie's
Angels"), Matt Letscher ("Mask of Zorro"), Jessica
Cauffiel ("Legally Blonde") and Miriam Shor ("Hedwig
and the Angry Inch"). Find upcoming
showtimes on the Web--check it out this weekend!