BY JESSE KLEIN
The double standard of how many people one sleeps with means a women cannot have a string of casual one-night stands without being labeled a slut and thus not “girlfriend material.”
BY CAITLYN BRENNAN
You “feminists” claiming that “Blurred Lines” without a doubt perpetuates rape culture and that anyone who plays it is consciously or subconsciously doing the same, need to take a step back and reflect on the goals of feminist ideology.
BY AARICA MARSH
Affirmative action cannot solve any of these problems. It is a temporary solution for much larger issues. But while these issues are being worked on, it will have to do.
BY GARRETT FELBER AND AUSTIN MCCOY
Only through the combination of strong student protest, education and an active administration can we begin to realize the aspirations of this legacy of activism.
BY ERIC TOTARO
I hope that my story will encourage others to evaluate the current state of LGBT acceptance efforts in the business school.
BY MATTHEW LESLIE SANTANA
On Wednesday, the University of Michigan’s students of color and our allies showed what tremendous character we have in the face of adversity.
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