BY HOLLY RIDER-MILKOVICH
In order to address the issue raised by the Daily’s Editorial Board, SAPAC staff have carefully reviewed our website materials and revised the information provided on consent to make this distinction clearer.
BY SIGMA DELTA TAU
In light of recent events involving our sorority and many other houses in the Greek community here at the University, as well as on campuses nationwide, the sisters of Sigma Delta Tau are launching a campus-wide initiative called “Speak Up! Michigan.”
I am, however, vehemently against screening this movie at a venue such as Umix Late Night, which claims to offer opportunities for fun while “interacting responsibly” and serves “the interests of a diverse population.” I am against showing a film like “American Sniper” that demonizes Muslim and Middle Eastern, North African and South Asian identities, at a venue that fails to provide a setting where any dialogue or discussion can follow. And finally, I am disappointed that the same university officials who talk about creating dialogues turned their backs on the Muslim and Middle Eastern, North Africa, and South Asian self-identified students and organizations that were targeted with Islamophobic hate speech and messages, under the guise of “free speech”.
BY A COALITION OF CONCERNED STUDENTS
We, as University student organizations representing a broad spectrum of the campus student community, support the free speech rights of all students to view whatever movies they may want to see. But we are saddened and disappointed by the University’s decision to show “American Sniper” this Friday at UMix. The statement made last night by E.
BY STEPHANIE TRIERWEILER
East Quad has already done an excellent job of branching out of traditional meals, raising awareness and participating in a respectable campaign. But I encourage my residence hall to foster real conversations during our third and final Meatless Monday of the semester, which takes place on April 13.
BY STUDENTS FOR THE EXPLORATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF SPACE
Hostile or not, space inspires this kind of dreaming, and from our attempts at extraterrestrial exploration, we have cultivated a rather remarkable and effective motivator: enthusiasm.
BY VICTORIA NOBLE
The transition from life as a high school student to life as a student at the University is often a difficult one. In addition to a more demanding course load, many students face pressures associated with moving away from home, adjusting to life in an unfamiliar place and issues with roommates and living situations. As a new student last year, I found moving away from my family to be particularly difficult. In this video, several University students share the most challenging aspects of their transition to college.
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