BY BRENDAN CAMPBELL
Advocacy, however, especially as defined in the context of student government, depends upon a foundation of engagement from those who participate in and benefit from it.
BY HARSHA PANDURANGA
Health care reform is going to be an evolving process, and if it’s going to be a bipartisan effort, there has to be some compromise.
BY NICOLE MILLER AND BRIAN KOZIARA
We believe that such anger at the simple decision to invite the governor of Michigan to commencement is uncalled for and unbecoming of an open-minded University where differing thoughts and viewpoints can be expressed and exchanged freely.
BY ASHLEY GRIESSHAMMER
Michigan Interactive Investments is the most prominent student-run investment club at the Ross School of Business.
BY ASA SMITH
According to Department of Natural Resources and Environment spokesperson Mary Detloff, "Basically, our policy is shoot first and ask questions later."
BY JASON JACOB
It was announced on Monday that Republic Gov. Rick Snyder will be delivering the Spring Commencement speech at the 2011 graduation ceremony on April 30. Immediately following this announcement, students began to organize protests in an attempt to sway the University's Board of Regents to vote to not approve Snyder.
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