BY MICHAEL SCHRAMM
Let’s talk about the term “gaydar” and how everyone should quit using it. Hopefully I’m not the only person who takes issue with this term.
BY MELISSA SCHOLKE
Whether written, spoken or texted, words are more than symbols on a page. Wrapped up in a few syllables are the essences of who we are as people. Words are the suitcases in which we transport our passions, our memories, our traumas and our regrets throughout our lives.
BY ELI CAHAN
“Shotgunning” beers and “handle-passing” hard liquor are staples of my rowdy tailgate moments. These drinking habits lie in stark contrast to what I remember from freshman year: waiting in the omnipresent keg line for a small, filthy cup of flat beer and chugging it as fast as physically possible. But, oh how the times have changed.
BY OMAR MAHMOOD
Faith is not easy. But whenever I meet someone like that man, my faith is renewed. In my time in Ann Arbor I’ve had such fleeting encounters, each of which I carry with me. I rarely take names away. Often all I take are some words. Sometimes one glance is enough.
BY MAJA TOSIC
In order to create protests and change that resemble Pussy Riot’s efforts, the blind must first be awakened from their deep sleep.
BY DEREK WOLFE
Stay in the present. That’s why it’s a gift.
BY RENNIE PASQUINELLI
A girl shouldn’t be flattered when a man forcibly initiates a form of dancing that resembles having sex with clothes on. Even if the man doesn’t have any intention of further sexual contact, the nature of this action is inherently chauvinistic, and sustains structural power relations between males and females.
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