Tuesday, November 20, 2018 - 8:03am

On the corner of Fletcher and South Thayer St. lies 202 South Thayer — a quaint building often overshadowed by the Modern Language Building and North Quad, with whom it shares the intersection. Inside is the Institute for the Humanities (among other offices) and the art gallery situated immediately to the left when one enters through the doors.

Thursday, April 12, 2018 - 9:33pm
The Lunchroom

What started as “Mark’s Carts,” a food truck that would appear in downtown Ann Arbor’s food cart courtyard, has rapidly evolved into one of the most popular restaurants in the city. Now when one walks into the The Lunch Room they are greeted by a bustling atmosphere and an affable staff. Fitting for Ann Arbor, The Lunch Room doesn’t hide its political leanings, or the ideologies that lay at the foundation of the business. When the moron-in-chief was elected, The restaurant sold #NotMyPresident buttons, black lives matter pins and hung up posters supporting gun control.

Tuesday, April 10, 2018 - 4:37pm

Despite all its absurdity, “Skins,” at the very least, is entertaining from start to finish (excluding season seven).

Wednesday, February 14, 2018 - 12:13am

It’s no secret that historically mainstream hip-hop culture has been saturated by straight men making misogynistic and homophobic remarks in their music and in the media. Hip hop was dubbed a male and masculine genre that had no room for women or those with a queer identity. However, time changes things, as does talent.

Monday, January 8, 2018 - 5:22pm

The power of the aesthetic she has curated cannot be understated. She has created fine art as an African American woman that is recognized not because of its “otherness” or racial identity but on its own aesthetic merit. The merit just happens to root from Solange’s experiences with her identity.