BY AUSTIN DAVIS
In the case of MSM blood donation, until the public eliminates the filter with which they view gay society — and learns to judge the gay community as an assembly of individuals sharing a common, overarching trait — we’ll continue to be banned.
BY DAVID HARRIS
The movement to bring Pope Francis to Detroit seems small and wishful, but after all, it only takes faith as small as a mustard seed to move mountains.
BY SARA SHAMASKIN
You’ve heard them banging during Festifall, seen them scale ladders during Artscapade and always wondered how a relatively small group of people could make such a unique ruckus. Groove has provided our campus with an interesting form of entertainment by hitting drums and homemade instruments.
BY JENNY WANG
I believe the e-reader invites an influx of new readers (such as myself) who have found a certain accessibility with the screen that they couldn’t experience with the page.
BY LAUREN MCCARTHY
This campus is littered with unsung heroes and passionate leaders who deserve the recognition of the student body as well as student publications. They may not be lead scorers or team captains, and nonetheless the contributions they make to the University are oftentimes significantly more pertinent than almost winning a national championship.
BY SIERRA BROWN
Women, however, are not the only ones who wake up irritable in the morning. I rarely do. However, if we do, we are not compelled to stay mad 24/7. Are we to assume that men always wake up happy and full of life? I think not. Everyone has bad mornings.
BY YARDAIN AMRON
Statistical Diversity in the end is semi-superficial. Real Diversity is more personal, more interpersonal, more challenging. It demands we change ourselves, and consciously rethink and relearn the ways we perceive, act and interact with each other across all color and cultural borders.
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