I will be the first to admit, I have always been somewhat skeptical of my generation. As a high school graduate, I have spent the past four years of my life watching many of my peers fall into the inescapable void of social media. I assumed many of them were too distracted learning Tik Tok dances to pay any attention to the food fight of politics, but over the past few weeks, I have been proven completely and utterly wrong.
This article is about a thorny issue in tech — compensation. Websites like Blind, Paysa and levels.fyi have revealednumerous issues with how people in tech are paid, with the gender pay gap being the most well known.
The SECURE CAMPUS Act (H.R.7033) was introduced to the House of Representatives on May 27 by Rep. David Kustoff, R-Tenn., and subsequently to the Senate (S.3920) on June 9 by Sens. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., and cosponsored by Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn.
The 2020 general election is going to be one of the most consequential of our lifetime. It is a referendum, not just on the president, but officials at all levels. Important U.S. Senate races,including Michigan’s, will determine the partisan makeup of the Senate and the scope of what the president-elect can achieve.
If someone ever asked me to describe my experience with sexual assault at the University of Michigan, I would tell them being a female student on a college campus has become a position of anxiety, fear and emotional distress. I would tell them that I have seen countless friends’ lives altered because of sexual assault. I would tell them I have had strangers grab my hips and pull me in close at tailgates in broad daylight.
Earlier this month, Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Bensonmade sure that every registered Michigan voter received an absentee ballot applications. This was done to maintain and expand voter turnout despite COVID-19 social distancing protocols ahead of the August 2020 congressional primaries and the November general election.