BY THE STATEMENT MAGAZINE
The Statement magazine examines the stigma behind disordered eating.
BY BRAD WHIPPLE
When the Big Ten coaches named Jacob Cronenworth one of the conference’s players to watch this season, there was little doubt he could make an immediate impact for the Michigan baseball team.
BY ALEX INTNER
It’s fitting that a network whose shows generally have mediocre first seasons before either taking off or crashing in their second now premieres a barely developed comedy.
BY MICHAEL SUGERMAN
As the #BBUM movement gained traction at the University and attention across the nation, one student began working behind the scenes to tackle diversity from inside the classroom.
BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA
For the final minutes, Dwyer stonewalled the Spartans, making three saves as the Wolverines rolled to a 7-1 win.
BY COSMO PAPPAS
The 2014 MFA Thesis Exhibitions show the ways in which the program's soon-to-be graduates have come to conclusions of wide artistic, political and social importance for often intimately personal questions.
BY ALLANA AKHTAR
As Democratic strategists begin gearing up for midterm elections in the fall, they are again planning to make young voters a key component of their strategy.
The Democratic National Committee held a conference call Tuesday for student newspaper reporters at colleges and universities to highlight its new Voter Expansion Project — an initiative aimed at increasing student voter turnout.
BY STEPHANIE SHENOUDA
It was business as usual in History Prof. Victor Lieberman’s Arab-Israeli Conflict lecture on Tuesday afternoon until an unfamiliar face asked if he liked apples.
BY DANIEL WASSERMAN
Isolated numbers rarely tell the full story of a season, but together, they help paint a more complete picture.
BY CARLY KEYES
I don’t want to just be substance-free. I’ll never rise above human, I realize, but I don’t want to justify my other harmful addictive tendencies with the excuse that I’m sober, and so, that’s enough, and I’m entitled to this and that… because I’m sober.
BY KRISTEN FEDOR
The Central Student Government unanimously passed a resolution to allocate funds to Michigan Health Aid at Tuesday night’s meeting. The approved resolution will allocate $3,000 from the Legislative Discretionary Account to Michigan Health Aid for an upcoming free medical clinic to be held in September.
BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA
Business senior Michael Proppe, Central Student Government president, and Public Policy junior Bobby Dishell, CSG’s vice president, worked closely with the Athletic Department on the changes. The result, Proppe said, is “the best of both worlds.”