BY LAUREL RUZA
It’s on us to start the conversation, but more importantly, it’s on our campus community to listen and act.
BY STUDENTS ALLIED FOR FREEDOM AND EQUALITY
As our University remains invested in these companies, we as students are complicit in human rights violations. SAFE calls upon the University of Michigan student body to reflect and learn more about the current situation.
BY LAUREL FRICKER
When I returned to campus for my sophomore year, my personal goal was that by the end of November, every single student as well as faculty and staff member on the University of Michigan’s campus would have heard the words “Blood Battle” at least once, and hopefully even know for what they stood. I am afraid I have not yet successfully completed my goal.
BY FOOTBALL STUDENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE
As a student body, our attitude toward this upcoming football game is important. Saturday marks the last home game of the season, the last time we will walk through those hallowed gates into our house this year, and our attitude will dictate our experience of the game. So, let’s choose to put aside our critiques and complaints and make the matchup between Michigan and Maryland the best home football game atmosphere yet.
BY CULLEN O’KEEFE
So, from this Transgender Awareness Week forward, I urge you, reader, to be mindful of your language and activism when discussing gender and sex, and I call on us all as a community to include and celebrate the lived experiences of trans people as more than just an asterisk to otherwise-cisgender narratives. Lives depend on it.
BY BLACK STUDENT UNION
Today marks the one year anniversary of #BBUM, Being Black at the University of Michigan. The Black Student Union created this Twitter campaign in hopes of giving a voice to the Black experience at the University. This campaign quickly garnered national attention, and inspired similar movements on other college campuses across the nation.
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