BY JAMES BRENNAN
Schlissel cannot just advocate for free speech for war criminals and racists while surrounded by applauding luminaries. He must be an advocate for each and every student to express their voice, especially in the face of overwhelming criticism.
BY MAJA TOSIC
This summer, I followed my fellow Wolverines to a place that inflates with interns during the summer — Washington, D.C. Together we exchanged our casual sweats and yoga pants for awkwardly fitting suits and blistering heels. As we rushed on the metro and interned with various organizations, we all gained a taste of the workplace. But the taste I got turned sour and could not be rinsed out.
BY MAURA LEVINE
A class giving us tools to advance our careers and look at all possibilities would be more worthwhile than an unrelated distribution requirement, and would give us the skills to succeed and compete in an ever-changing job market.
BY RENNIE PASQUINELLI
Is the U.S. an ethical actor that attempts to step in every time there is a seemingly alarming genocide? Three other countries besides Iraq prove the answer to that question to be a flat out “no.”
BY AUSTIN DAVIS
The gentrification process of New York is rapidly staking off the city for wealthy elites. Within the much smaller boundaries of Ann Arbor, however, the process is happening even faster.
BY TYLER SCOTT
After the 2012 presidential election, Politico published an article citing a Tufts University study that found Mitt Romney may have gotten away with his plans to call the White House “home” were it not for those meddling kids.
BY MICHAEL SCHRAMM
Whoever believes that the “American Dream” is alive and well for everyone is simply incorrect. Though every adult strives for success and happiness, many childhoods come with unchangeable factors that hinder or strip future success. These inhibitors are systems of oppression.
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