BY IMRAN SYED
The students who are aware of Portman’s selection are largely disappointed — highlighting his dubious positions on civil rights issues most salient to the new generation of lawyers being minted on Senior Day.
BY NAOMI SCHEINERMAN
I’m both relieved and concerned by the Michigan Student Assembly's vote against its proposed resolution calling for divestment from four companies that occurred Tuesday night.
BY KELLY ETZ
Is an enforced natural science requirement really necessary?
BY ANDREW WEINER
Mid-March, Autoblog posted pictures of a BMW M3 pickup lapping the Nürburgring, the infamous German track. For auto industry junkies, this was nothing less than epic.
BY ASHLEY GRIESSHAMMER
Many students aren't lucky enough to snag an internship in Chicago or New York, and they're left wondering what to do with their summer. So, how important is an internship?
BY AIDA ALI
War is also a drug that can numb the senses and impair mental capabilities.
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