Monday, April 9, 2018 - 5:16pm
Stephanie Trierweiler

From the ages of three to 17, dance was my “thing” — my primary after-school activity, my source of exercise, my creative outlet. Though I never intended to dance professionally, my experiences with the discipline have had an enormous impact on me. I committed hours upon hours each week to ballet, tap, jazz and modern styles as a child and teenager.

Wednesday, March 28, 2018 - 4:36pm

According to the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business employment report, bachelor of business administration graduates accepted full-time positions in 10 major industries in 2017. Close to 40 percent of them entered the financial services industry and an additional 20 percent entered consulting.

Thursday, February 22, 2018 - 5:35pm
Stephanie Trierweiler

The routine abuse of animals across several major industries is well documented, but the vast majority of people in the United States continue to use animals as commodities in various aspects of their life.

Monday, February 5, 2018 - 4:05pm

A new kind of grading system is gaining traction at the University of Michigan. About 8,000 students at the University’s Ann Arbor campus have earned grades through GradeCraft, in which they progressively gain points throughout the semester by choosing between a variety of assignments to complete.

Monday, January 22, 2018 - 4:20pm

I was first introduced to the concept of a cooperative while researching campus life at various universities during high school. I stumbled upon the website of the University of California-Berkeley’s Lothlorien, which seemed nothing short of magical: a house in which roughly 60 students cook and share living space with one another, refer to themselves as “elves,” hang out in their very own tree house and contribute to a communal mural.

Thursday, January 11, 2018 - 5:28pm

Recruiting season for the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business undergraduates is essentially over. Winter break offered much-needed room to breathe for the many upperclassmen who have secured an internship or full-time job offer for the upcoming year. While students, in general, are at significant risk for developing mental health issues throughout college, each fall at the Ross School of Business poses a unique kind of stress for upperclassmen as their recruiting schedules and academic lives strain against one another.