BY EMILY PITTINOS
I can’t help but think we would be closer to gender equity — and to each other — if we put discussions about men on the back burner and focused on our own passions, desires and ambitions instead.
BY ALEXANDER HERMANN
Local leaders, even more than their federal and state counterparts, are incapable of fiscal responsibility — whether for political reasons or general incompetence. Or at least that’s the dominant narrative.
BY JAMES BRENNAN
People who express that kind of personal, horrible hatred deserve exactly what they get, and no one should be made to feel guilty for giving it to them.
BY MAJA TOSIC
We all must see that boys are overshadowed and overlooked. Their pain will be locked in a secret compartment, because they’ll have to “toughen up” and “act like a man.” Before anything, ask a boy how he is feeling, so in that moment he can be more than just a boy.
BY HARLEEN KAUR
This past week was arguably one of the worst of this winter so far. However, there was still a small group of people outside. They were bearing the cold and snow to interact with passersby and bring awareness to an issue that is rarely spoken of in Ann Arbor: homelessness.
BY DEREK WOLFE
I’m not here suggesting drastic changes to college athletics, rather changes in the way we approach them. Maybe, just maybe, they shouldn’t matter as much when it comes to affecting our overall well-being.
BY JULIA ZARINA
We need to commit to education beyond equations and computer code, not only to inspire and include capable students who don’t fit the traditional mold, but to set and live up to a higher standard of real-world-driven, socially responsible engineering.
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