Our campus, like many college campuses across the nation, has been rocked by a number of upsetting behaviors in the preceding months. Look at any news outlet and you will quickly see that binge drinking and drug use are harming college students both on and off campus. Scroll through your Facebook feed, and with the […]
Women won’t save the world. Maybe a woman will. Maybe the efforts of many women will. But when we look at “women” as a singular entity, we ignore all of the many qualified, hardworking women who are individuals making up this collective. We ignore the women who have been working to make change for years, who […]
It appears Jim Harbaugh has made a significant addition to his coaching staff.
To start off a mysterious crime novel by directly identifying the sinister killer is a bold move. Yet Harry Dolan’s latest book, “The Man in the Crooked Hat,” thrives on such twists. Smart, subtle and subversive, Dolan’s latest lights a needed fire under a genre that often falls victim to formulaic, predictable plots and cardboard-cutout […]
Finding spaces like San Junipero — spaces of at least partial escape, happiness to be found on unwatched street corners, on timeless dance floors — is still a radical enough feeling for queer people.
Expect to get hit with random and weird scenes, like that of a man in a giant squid costume getting paid a visit by a hooker.
The singularity of the stories makes every movement succinct, yet necessary; every conversation fleeting, yet memorable; every painful sequence short, yet powerful.
In its first conference matchup of 2018, Michigan will square off against powerhouse Notre Dame in the first of two home-and-home series this season
The Daily sat down with Finke at Big Ten Media Day in October to discuss a changing dynamic with a new coach, putting Illinois back into conference relevancy and more