BY DEREK WOLFE
So while it’s true the law is moving in the right direction, the real change begins with how we treat and talk about minority communities. Though it’s unlikely that comedians will change their language anytime soon, we can simply stop laughing.
BY KATIE STEEN
I get that it’s natural for parents to want to protect their children, but at what age do we become “strong, independent women” who can go out at night without someone — preferably a male — at our arms?
BY JAMES BRENNAN
While I can certainly understand the unease it would give a student to wake up to an eviction notice — albeit a fake one — during finals week, there is a huge conflict of interest being ignored here. Almost all of the writers who criticized SAFE and the Mock Eviction are active in Michigan’s chapter of Hillel, which also hosted an event where many of these criticisms originated.
BY SARA MOROSI
While I still find excitement in looking forward, the impending end of college is making it increasingly difficult to imagine reaching the end of this chapter.
BY ALEXANDER HERMANN
Before another “worst-semester-ever” really heats up, grab your nearest car-owning friend and burst the Ann-Arbor bubble for the first time.
BY JAMES BRENNAN
More flowery statements about a need to “create safe spaces” and “celebrate diversity” to placate those who took action in the #BBUM campaign is simply an insult.
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