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The Statement

In The Statement

The Statement magazine: Underpaid & overworked

BY THE STATEMENT MAGAZINE

The Statement magazine examines the ethics unpaid internships on campus and beyond.

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Rethinking Rackham

BY JEREMY SUMMITT

With 15,000 students — less than half of the undergraduate population — it might not be the biggest surprise that graduate students get skimmed over when it comes to changes in the University curriculum.

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Personal Statement: naming our dual society

BY ALEX WINNICK

For me and other white students at the University, this process requires more than understanding and supporting the #BBUM movement. It means examining my place in America’s primary society to see if and how I am implicated in creating the circumstances rendering #BBUM necessary.

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My First Time: All ears on Bey

BY DANIEL FELDMAN

“Rocking out to Beyoncé’s new album while studying for my finals. All hail Queen Bey!”
This is essentially all I saw on social media for two weeks of school during fall semester.

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Personal Statement: Thanks, Grandma

BY CAROLYN GEARIG

Every day was an adventure when I was with my grandma — whether we were taking her RV to the upper peninsula to go camping and visit her cabin, eating at McDonald’s (she would always get Happy Meals so my brother and I could have the toys) or visiting the American Girl Place in Chicago.

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Salary sacrifice: Are unpaid internships worth it?

BY ALICIA ADAMCZYK

With some unpaid interns taking the case to the courts and others not able to afford to work for free, it begs the question: Is the unpaid internship worth it?

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The Statement magazine: The hacker's revolution

BY THE STATEMENT MAGAZINE

The Statement staff explores hackathon culture at the University.

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Quidditch and Red Bull: the MHacks experience

BY GIACOMO BOLOGNA

At MHacks, creativity does come, but often at the expense of sleep, hygiene and fashion — sweatpants and pajamas make for way more efficient hacking.

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Coding the Future: the rise of the hackathon

BY IAN DILLINGHAM

How much time can students possibly dedicate to independent learning while still enrolled at the University? For one group on campus, the answer is 36 hours.

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Personal Statement: Mustache girl

BY CARLINA DUAN

I’m never sure how to remind myself that I’m a woman who knows what’s best for myself, and a part of knowing what’s best is naming myself — not around the angles of others’ mouths, but around my own curves and muscle and black hair.

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Ann Arbor Affairs: Four shades lighter

BY AMRUTHA SIVAKUMAR

Love at first sight? I would like to think so, but who am I kidding. I was Indian and he wasn’t. And that meant that there was no way I could ever be with him.

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The Statement magazine: Is faith falling behind?

BY MAGAZINE STAFF

The Statement examines how there is a clear decline in religion on campus yet many students remain involved in religious communities.

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The Thought Bubble

BY STATEMENT STAFF

'You're never out of touch with (history). It's always living and breathing...Understanding history is not just about understanding yourself, but about understanding why we are the way we are- currently. And maybe where we're going."
- Abraham Liddell , LSA senior

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Religion Resale

BY STATEMENT STAFF

The Statement staff explored The Daily archived advertisements to give you a glimpse at religion on campus throughout the University’s history.

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Synagogue and Mosque: uniting communities on campus and beyond

BY CAROLYN GEARIG

Muslims and Jews are minorities in the US. They are minorities on campus too, with around 3 percent of the University undergraduates identifying as Muslim and 12 percent identifying as Jewish.

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