Three-generations impacted by three words: The American Dream.
From those who chased it, to those who nurtured it, to those who fulfilled it, I wanted to understand how these three words shaped each generation in my family, and what it meant to each one of us through our greatest successes and regrets.
The fourth annual Michigan Undergraduate Consulting Conference (MUCC) took place this Friday at the Ross School of Business. More than 360 undergraduate students and 11 consulting firms were in attendance. The conference served as a tool for students to learn about and explore the field of consulting and was an opportunity to connect with top consulting firms through informational and interactive events.
With University of Michigan Central Student Government elections coming up on March 27 and 28, The Daily sat down with executive candidates of each party to discuss their platforms, ideas and objectives. In this article, we profile presidential candidate Shub Argha, who is running without a party.
Decorated with signature Taiwanese yellow lanterns, the East Hall atriums were transformed for the annual Taste of Taiwan event Saturday. Co-hosted by the Taiwanese American Student Association, Taiwanese Student Association and Michigan Taiwanese Student Associations, the event featured a variety of Taiwanese food and street games from the streets of Taiwan’s famous Keelung Miaokou Night Market.
Friday night, the founding line of Omega Beta Eta, the University of Michigan’s first Arab fraternity, revealed their pledge class with a performance on the Diag. Each of the 16 recruits, clad in black robes with red-and-black keffiyehs partially covering their faces, introduced themselves to a cheering crowd comprised of students and other organizations in the Multicultural Greek Council. The event started at 8:34 pm, which had a significance within the fraternity.
University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel recommended four people to receive honorary degrees during Spring Commencement. The four honorees, which include a sitting governor, a performer, a scientist and an artist, will be considered for their respective degrees at the March 28 Board of Regents meeting. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer was recommended for the honorary Doctor of Laws degree.
Wednesday evening the International House Ann Arbor (IHAA) hosted “Asylum Journey: 10 Years in the Immigration System,” featuring Knight-Wallace Fellow Emilio Gutiérrez Soto and his son, Oscar Gutiérrez Soto, who spoke on their experiences immigrating to the United States from Mexico. The event was co-sponsored by the University of Michigan Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, the Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice and Washtenaw Interfaith Coalition for Immigrant Rights (WICIR).
The 29th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Health Sciences Lecture and Community Dialogue commenced this Wednesday at the University of Michigan School of Nursing. Entitled “Disparities Dialogue on Maternal Health and Care: Being a Black Woman Giving Birth in the U.S.: A Maternal Health Crisis,” the event focused on inequity in maternal healthcare.
The University of Michigan Central Student Government met Tuesday evening to discuss a new resolution regarding the implementation of a well-being fee. The Student Assembly also continued debate over a resolution to advocate for the revision of the cross-examination model of the sexual misconduct policy, and Lt.