Opinion

.

** Editors Note: This statement was previously provided by Phoenix to the News section last week and was partially quoted in this

—

Through speaking with my peers and friends, I know I am not alone in thinking for a long time that things would be relatively “normal” by this summer.

—

As of March 1, we’ve had more than a month to observe Joe Biden’s tenure as president of the United States.

—

With temperatures just now breaking 40 degrees and midterm season in full swing, it’s hard to believe that it’s already time to think about the fall 2021 semester.

The dance of death: Death finds an author writing his life. Colour lithograph by Edward Hull

I simply cannot take it anymore. I’m here to correct the egregious mistake and to sew the wound shut. I am here to correct what you’ve heard and to tell you that it’s wrong. Then, I’m going to tell you why it’s wrong. 

—

On Dec.

.

In December 2020, the COVID-19 vaccine was first administered in the United States and people finally began to feel a sense of hope.

.

In the coming weeks, select students in the College of Literature, Science & the Arts will receive an email congratulating them for being named J

.

As a freshman attending my second semester of classes, I came across one phrase in all of my courses: office hours. From what I gathered, it was a valuable resource for students looking to interact with professors and other teaching staff.

.

It is well known that the University of Michigan is one of the country’s most consistently left-leaning educational institutions. It is hoisted up by a predominantly liberal student body that spews progressive thought in the residence halls and holds hot debate in the lecture halls.