BY POLINA FRADKIN
The voice isn’t only a communicative medium — it’s an implicative one.
BY AKIRA SEMBOMMATSU
Michigan Football continues to rip off its best consumers: the alumni, the locals, and most of all, the students.
BY JACOB LIGHT
We want to give students a venue to work with the University to determine how our tuition dollars are spent on the University Unions' remodeling.
BY VICTORIA NOBLE
The TSA’s willingness to tolerate possible racial profiling is unacceptable — even more so in the face of a program with a dubious success record.
BY ELENA ROSS
Contrary to popular belief, the life of a Jewish student at the University of Michigan is far from privileged. Real privilege is when there isn’t a symbol for wanting you dead.
BY DANIELLE PARSONS
The purpose of this reflection was to bring more awareness of the inequalities that minorities in race, religion, culture and other social identities that do not fit white culture face. However, this discussion shouldn’t be limited to just the Black community but should be a catalyst for improving how we look at and discuss diversity.
BY SAMIA AYYASH
The title of this article echoes the exact words that were yelled at me in my Arabic class just this week by a fellow Arab-American student. Prior to presenting on Jamal ‘Abd al-Nasser, my colleague opened his University e-mail in front of the class to access his project.
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