BY SAM MANCINA
All stereotypes and prejudices against race must be transcended by tolerance and acceptance. Hopefully, historians will look back and reflect on this era as a time when this campus, this country, became a “city on a hill” — a society that treats all races, all people, as equal humans.
BY ZEINAB KHALIL
My aversion to Femen has little to do with their sensationalist tactics and everything to do with their exclusivist approach to feminism, imperialist rhetoric of salvation and simplistic assumptions on liberation, all of which are far from what the group’s message sets out to be: radical and progressive.
BY JESSE KLEIN
The emotion of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament is raw and real. The history of the fatal Fab Five timeout, the freshman starters, the most-likely final season for Trey Burke and Tim Hardaway Jr. and the rebooting of the once-great Michigan basketball program all combined to make this loss a hard punch to the gut.
BY JILL MAILING
Like Suzy Lee Weiss, I was riddled with unearned privilege and completely unaware of it.
BY XHENSILA (JANIE) VELENCIA AND MUNMUN KHAN
Hands up for working with communities and understanding the complexities of unemployment and poverty. Hands down for creating a false dichotomy of poverty and reinforcing stereotypes that further marginalize the poor.
BY SCOTT CHRISTOPHER
Even though Ethan and I weren't successful, there is still much work to be done. I promised from the beginning that, no matter what, I would still continue to work to tackle big issues on this campus.
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