Letters to the editor
BY KALEAH MABIN
Criminalizing this group of Black activists shows that everyone, especially the University of Michigan, has a lot of work to do in the social justice department.
BY MARISSA SOLOMON
I hope Snyder will discuss tangible and strong energy proposals during the coming months with Michigan’s environment, youth and our future in mind.
BY BRAD SUGAR
The stunt pulled by SAFE this past week demonstrates that unfortunately, not much has changed in the anti-Israel camp at UM in this same period of time. Fear mongering, bully tactics and shock theater are no substitute for real dialogue or progress.
BY JEREMY KEENEY
In October, a University of Michigan law student represented himself in court and successfully argued that the judge should dismiss his $25 parking citation.
BY BLAIR SUCHER
After reading through some of the thousands of #BBUM tweets, I’ve been challenged to think about what being white at the University of Michigan means to me.
BY MARION BERGER AND MARISSA SOLOMON
On Dec. 7, members of The Divest and Invest Campaign will be taking a Toxic Tour of Detroit, and we request that you join us.
BY CHARLES VINK
There will always be, and should always be, courses that are difficult not for the sake of difficulty but for the sake of preparing students for problems they are more likely to encounter outside of their undergraduate education.
BY TODD SEVIG
I urge all of us to create a caring community and to do something to help support this focus on men’s health and to make it easier for men to ask for help.
BY ROBERT HAVEY
While I agree with Charara that awareness of the misuse of language in politics is essential, she seems to be unaware of her ironic use of stock political phrases in place of actual evidence or argument.
BY TREVOR DOLAN
Election Day is our opportunity to voice our progressive values. The Democratic candidates have proven to be allies of students and rely on our support in elections.
Letters to the editor
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