BY WILLIE FILKOWSKI
In that moment, I learned that you don’t always have to know loudly. Sometimes you can know quietly, and you might even be doing all of us a favor.
BY SARA SHAMASKIN
So here’s what you do now. Go to YouTube and listen to these songs, think about how you’re feeling while listening to it. Listen to the songs a couple times if you have to, see how your body and mind respond.
BY KATIE KOZIARA
I know heading to the next big thing is within my comfort zone, thanks to my time in Ann Arbor.
BY ERIC KUKIELKA
Until we focus on a more broad definition of diversity, we are forever going to be living in the shadows of our own past.
BY ZAK WITUS
Calling something “an act of terrorism” automatically denounces and delegitimizes it. But when we compare the many instances of violence done by non-state actors and state actors, any intrinsic moral difference between the two breaks down.
BY VICTORIA NOBLE
So while free speech is essential to a dynamic academic community, I think it’s time to carefully reconsider who at the University actually experiences this right — it certainly isn’t the students at the moment.
BY LAUREN RICHMOND
Same-sex marriage isn’t the first sociopolitical issue that has divided generations. Regardless of whether or not our parents are U.S. natives, they grew up in an entirely different country.
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