BY JAMES BRENNAN
With an epidemic of sexual assault sweeping college campuses across the nation, including the University of Michigan, there are countless topics of uncertainty and controversy. In a four-part series, James Brennan seeks to explore them with interviews and personal research. This is part two.
BY SIERRA BROWN
I admit that there is a thing as too much makeup. However, is it women’s fault that they equate makeup with beauty?
BY LAUREN MCCARTHY
Brash assumptions concerning any student organization or classification of peoples on this campus should not be tolerated, and the degradation of women should never be mistaken for humor.
BY VICTORIA NOBLE
It’s time that the University draw back the curtain on its decision-making processes and shed light on the rationale behind its policies.
BY YARDAIN AMRON
When I woke up last Tuesday, I was more excited about my breakfast waffle than I was about voting. Yeah it was Election Day, but it was also my quarter-birthday. And to be honest, the only reason I was even registered to vote was because a friend bugged me enough before class one day.
BY JAMES BRENNAN
While the law may attempt to draw lines around what is and isn’t assault, and different levels of sexual violence, it can never come close to defining the trauma that each individual survivor feels from any variety of forced sexual contact. In accepting these terms as broad, we are in fact accepting the reality that caution is our only choice when faced with a bad decision that could permanently ruin another person’s life.
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