Sunday, February 3, 2019 - 5:10pm
Grant (left) and whiterose (right) converse.

(Fair warning: I’ll be including spoilers for previous seasons of Mr. Robot from here on out.)

 

Sunday, February 3, 2019 - 5:09pm
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I was miserable. Hot, sweaty, feverish, and just about ready to cry.

 

And I did.

 

“Do you think I could just sit out of class today?” I croaked, feeling the cold sweat squirm down the base of my neck.

 

“If you really feel so bad, why don’t you just go to the nurse and then go home for the day?” My gym instructor’s eyebrows were raised in a condescending arch as she stared at me with an airy disdain.

 

Sunday, February 3, 2019 - 5:07pm
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Growing up as an ethnic and religious minority in America, it has always been easy for me to list the hardships I faced. I could talk about all the clichés of being at crossroads with my identity; I could talk about how my whole life has been an attempt at diluting my Arabness to better fit who I am as an American. But when I think back to my childhood I can’t help but to think of all the nice things that came with being a religious and ethnic minority in America.

Sunday, February 3, 2019 - 3:54pm
Michigan Hillel hosted educator and activist Yavilah McCoy during a Shabbat dinner Friday evening.

Educator and activist Yavilah McCoy joined Michigan Hillel for a Shabbat dinner on Friday to talk about social activism and the role Judaism plays in activism.

The event, “Courageous Conversation Towards Equity and Empowerment for All Students,” was one of a series of events that took place Feb. 1-3 with McCoy as Hillel’s Scholar in Residence for the weekend.

Sunday, February 3, 2019 - 3:28pm
On Thursday, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer held a press conference with members of her cabinet, addressing the people of Michigan about her administration’s multilateral response to the problems faced during the past week.

Following record low temperatures and a Consumers Energy alert to lower thermostats on Wednesday and Thursday, thousands of Michigan residents faced possible harm due to lack of heating and other necessary resources.

Sunday, February 3, 2019 - 3:05pm
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More than 200 students and community members filled the Mendelssohn Theatre Friday night in celebration of the 10th annual Malaysian Cultural Night and the Lunar New Year.

Sunday, February 3, 2019 - 2:44pm
A fatal house fire killed a resident and left a firefighter critically injured on Thursday night.

A fatal house fire killed a resident and left a firefighter critically injured on Thursday night.

The Ann Arbor Fire Department said the 51-year-old man who lived in the house on the 3500 block of Paisley Court was pronounced dead on the scene.

AAFD is working with the Ann Arbor Police Department to investigate the fire and an autopsy will be performed to determine the cause of death.

Sunday, February 3, 2019 - 2:36pm
Mayor Chris Taylor delivers a grant to the Ann Arbor STEAM School Principal Megan Fenech Saturday.

On Feb. 1, the city of Ann Arbor awarded a $15,000 Sustaining Ann Arbor Together grant to A2 STEAM at Northside Elementary School. The school will use the grant to fund the implementation of a solar curriculum for students in kindergarten through eighth grade to support educational efforts about clean energy and its use.

Thursday, January 31, 2019 - 10:43pm
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With the Oscars right around the corner, Sammy talks with our producers Olive Scott and Livi McKenzie about the awards season. Then, Sammy talks with film writer, Madeleine Gaudin, and the director of the Umich screenwriting program, Jim Burnstein.


Thursday, January 31, 2019 - 5:11pm
Ann Arbor restaurant Seva's recently made Thrillist’s list of the Top 22 Best Vegetarian Restaurants in America.

Earlier this week, local vegetarian restaurant Seva made Thrillist’s list of the Top 22 Best Vegetarian Restaurants in America.

Thrillist is a website based in New York City and founded in 2004 which ranks food, drink, travel and entertainment.

According to Seva manager Colin Leach, this award is due to not just to the “eclectic cuisine,” but also largely in part to the local community’s rallying support.