2 hours ago
BY THE STATEMENT STAFF
From filmmakers to social movement leaders to entrepreneurs to arts visionaries, these students cannot be reduced to a bullet pointed list of simple accomplishments. Rather, they’re multi-dimensional, passionate, and inspire us to be better listeners, informers, and students of the world — not simply of the classroom.
BY SIMON KAUFMAN
Experts have Stauskas slotted as a mid-first round pick on the cusp of the lottery and Robinson going later in the second round. Garry Parrish, a national columnist for CBS Sports, has Stauskas going as the 15th pick pick to the Atlanta Hawks and Robinson as the 39th to the Detroit Pistons.
BY KENNETH SELANDER
Lights Out is a little too perfect, because it doesn’t really seem to push, but rather contently stays in place.
BY CLAIRE BRYAN AND YARDAIN AMRON
Since the University’s Black Student Union staged a protest on the steps of Hill Auditorium in January, student organizers and administrators have met regularly to discuss the group’s seven demands aimed at increasing equity and di
3 hours ago
BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Current Ann Arbor Mayor John Hieftje is hosting a discussion among four democratic candidates for Ann Arbor's mayor. They will all be competing in the August Democratic primary. No Republican candidates have declared their candidacy.
BY WILL GREENBERG
Chants of “they say ‘Jim Crow,’ we say, ‘hell no,’ ” echoed across campus for the second time this semester as By Any Means Necessary partnered with Michigan high school students to protest the University’s admissions process.
BY ELLIOT ALPERN
There’s no way to know if, maybe, I’d be writing the same column as a sports writer, reminiscing about that day I chose athletics over the arts. But I chose the road I truly desired, the road I’d been traveling toward my whole life. And that has made all the difference.
BY ALLANA AKHTAR
A staff attorney with the American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan discussed the history of and misconceptions surrounding affirmative action with University students and faculty Tuesday evening.
BY MICHAEL SUGERMAN
In its first meeting Tuesday night, the fourth Central Student Government assembly officially swore in its new executives and assembly members, all of whom pledged to “preserve and champion the all-campus constitution of the Ann Arbor student body.”