BY ALEX NGO
As a queer person of color, my mere existence is an act of rebellion. To have the audacity to take ownership of my body, my gender expression, and whom I choose to love and share my energy with is to declare war.
BY RIMA FADLALLAH
Just 45 minutes away, in Dearborn, MI, people like me who attend college away from home are the exception. Being the exception in any community can be a double-edged sword.
BY BLAIR SUCHER
With the hope of creating your own connections, I encourage you to join me — and the rest of the Detroit Partnership — in volunteering on DP Day. Be one of the 1,400 Michigan students who join forces to serve the community, learn from one another and create meaningful relationships along the way.
BY COMMON SENSE ACTION AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
We aim not only to involve members of our organization, but all students of the University as we create a national network of Millennials — left, right, center, moderate and independents who are passionate about common sense, solutions and action.
BY PHILIP J. DELORIA
The next time you are in class and look to your left and to your right, think of yourself not in competition, but in support. You are a responsible member of a community that extends kindness to all its members.
BY TERESA MATHEW
My skin is not a shade an Indian mother can be proud of, my skin is the color of cinnamon and peeled-back tree bark, and my skin never used to make me ashamed.
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