BY CONNOR CAPLIS & BENNETT STEIN
The health of our democracy and the vitality of the college campus as a haven for non-violent social protest rely on a police force that protects free speech, not brutalizes it.
BY BAYAN FOUNAS & NOOR HAYDAR
We believe it’s time to bring Palestine to the forefront of our conversations at the University.
BY KAAN AVDAN
The humanoid robot industry, which aims to build robots that can interact with humans and use made-for-human tools, is rapidly growing.
BY COURTNEY MERCIER
With support from M-PACT and the Student Sustainability Initiative, we are very optimistic about the changes we can make in the Athletic Department.
BY MANDY KAIN
Birthright trip participants should be aware of Palestinian eviction processes, and align experience with values.
BY MATT BOUSE AND MATT WOELFEL
When looking for internships, many students search in big cities, but did you know there is a paid opportunity open to all undergraduate students right here in Ann Arbor?
BY STEPHEN RAIMAN
During GEO’s most recent contract negotiation, it simply tried to absorb GSRAs into its bargaining unit with no election at all. This fact should be remembered when GEO claims it seeks only to hold a fair and democratic election.
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