BY RAINA SHETH
If our elected officials cannot even compromise to write a national budget, we must take it upon ourselves to work on bipartisan solutions to ensure a promising future for our generation.
BY COALITION OF DIVERSITY GROUPS
Our new president must also be accomplished in promoting a healthy climate that respects the contributions of every person, regardless of differences of race, gender, sex, ethnicity, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, age, veteran status, documentation status or other factors.
BY SIMON MARGOLIS
There is very little doubt that Ann Arbor City Councilmember Jane Lumm will be re-elected to serve Ward 2 in the upcoming election.
BY RYAN MOODY
When you parody those aspects of Black culture, I know you aren't talking about me — but others might not. Events like yours help to reinforce negative stereotypes about people who look like me.
BY JESSE BUCHSBAUM
Leave fifteen minutes early and stop at your polling place on the way to class. Take those thirty minutes that you inevitably spend on Facebook or Reddit and vote instead.
BY SANDER BREGMAN
So if your fraternity does something racist, don’t blame hip-hop. Blame yourself for not taking the initiative to learn how to not be racist.
BY ALLEN WU
I would personally like to offer my sincere apologies to those affected by my lapse in judgment, and would be open to joining the conversation on how we as a community could find ways to educate ourselves on controversial race issues so that we can avoid future misunderstandings, and move forward as a healthy, unified community.
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