BY KATHRYN ABERCROMBIE
I wholeheartedly support the investigation of the University of Michigan through the Office of Civil Rights and hope that this campus can unite to use our student voices productively to continue to influence positive change in the administration.
BY THE CLIMATE COMMITTEE OF LSA UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION
We are writing to share our concern and acknowledgement of how challenging, hurtful and difficult the campus climate has been for many of our students.
BY PHOEBE YOUNG
Women don’t need to be like men to be worthy of equal value in our society. What a woman wears or whether she shaves her legs or applies makeup doesn’t make her less than any other man or woman.
BY SORIN PANAINTE
It remains to be seen if the University will make any further comments regarding “Gibbonsgate.” We are left with only questions left unanswered, and the hope that the Department of Education investigation will shed further light on the University’s handling of the case.
BY HEMA KARUNAKARAM
I am Indian, I am brown, but make no mistake: I’m more than that, too.
BY MATTHEW MANNING
The Western media’s complaints are shameful and show how spoiled and disconnected we really are. The disaster the media wanted, that it marketed so fiercely to the public, didn’t happen.
BY ALICIA ADAMCZYK
I will go home Friday morning, I will sit with my family in an impersonal room in the intensive care unit of St. John’s Hospital in Warren, Mich., and I will watch one of the most important people in my life take her last breath as she is taken off of life support. I don’t want to say goodbye.
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