BY ERIKA HARWOOD AND AKSHAY SETH
While running some errands, including stocking up on cat supplies for his two pets Monkey and Lafonda, Maron squeezed in time for a phone conversation with The Michigan Daily.
BY CLAIRE WOOD
It’s drums, guitar, and confident, absolute self-acceptance — and it’s beautiful.
BY KIM BATCHELOR
The results were some of the most detailed and unique creations ever produced on the show, and certainly some of the best quality.
BY REBECCA GODWIN
No matter how tired you get or how behind you are on homework, nothing is as rewarding as seeing your hard work pay off on opening night.
BY CAROLINE FILIPS
Time-honored mainstays of American theater, like “Music Man,” are ultimately ageless with distinct character, vibrant soundtrack and heart.
BY BAILEY KADIAN
“The poems in Crush are vulnerable, but also precise, rigorous,” Levad said. “Siken invites us in to his emotional and intellectual world, and we respond.”
BY CARLY SNIDER
The emotional roller coaster that is planning for and purchasing a ticket to a festival can be draining – the highs are high and the lows are low.
BY COSMO PAPPAS
It will be one of the most significant events UMS puts on this year as Ann Arbor welcomes the pair back for a performance that will feature the two pianists with just acoustic instruments between them on the famous Hill stage.
BY CLAIRE WOOD
“Stolen Dance” is a beautiful song. The light drums, rhythmic strums and genuine vocals still captivate me in ways most other pieces never have.
BY KARL WILLIAMS
The poems in “Why We Live in the Dark Ages” are hyperactive, as if they were written by a professor on an Adderall binge. In some poems, Levad overloads the poems with information, too much for the reader to fully assimilate it all.
BY GRACE HAMILTON
The Men’s Glee Club is 155 years old, making it the oldest student-run organization on campus and of one of the oldest collegiate choirs in the nation. The choir is made up of 100 men, ranging from 17 to 27-years old.
BY CHRISTIAN KENNEDY
Stylistically, the movie is shot 99.9 percent as a screenshot of Blaire’s computer. Original? Yes. Enjoyable? Meh.
BY SOPHIA KAUFMAN
The point of “Living with Lincoln” would have been easier to grasp if Kunhardt had chosen a style and stuck to it, like he has in his other works — either as strong a visual presence on screen, or an auditory presence or a completely distance from the story.
BY GRACE PROSNIEWSKI
Well my friends, the time has finally come. This is it. The final scene. The closing sentence. The last column. The end.
BY CATHERINE BAKER
Jon Bellion may not have my attention forever, but he certainly has it right now.
BY HAILEY MIDDLEBROOK
Fareed Zakaria emphasizes that innovation doesn’t come from scientific advancement alone — it comes from human ideas, set into motion.
BY PAIGE PFLEGER
“If you’re so good, then why are you still here?”
BY FRANCESCA KIELB
It was difficult to determine which club was creepier, but it was nice to have options. Townies were everywhere, and the average age was about ten years older than my fake claims I am.
BY REGAN DETWILER
If your parents have an affinity for music, you should take a look at their collection if you haven’t already.
BY BENJAMIN ROSENSTOCK
Gabler said that, at that time, though film was important to culture all across the country, Ann Arbor was the best place to be a film connoisseur. Having edited the daily newspaper at Lane High School in Chicago and feeling alienated in Ann Arbor, Gabler decided to write film criticism for the Michigan Daily.