This year, 1,372 students took The Statement's annual sex survey. 45.3 percent of respondents identified as male, 53.4 identified as female and 1.2 percent identified as non-binary. Check out the results below.
He’s dedicated his life to taking care of the world. The misery, then, of these accumulated ailments — the arthritis, the vertigo, the deafness — isn’t just the pain they bring; it’s that he can no longer take care of the world because he can no longer take care of himself.
There’s something scary about the pronoun “I.” When we’re first taught to write essays, we’re told to avoid this word like the plague. “I” is by turns informal and inappropriate, both unworthy of the form and too intimate in its implications.
But what’s so wrong about the intimate? Is it so dangerous to reveal oneself to the reader? Why the hesitancy?
As MiC strives to be more inclusive, more critical and more supportive of the marginalized voices both on campus and in wider society, we welcomed the opportunity to collaborate with other sections of the Michigan Daily.