February 23, 2022

Central Student Government reflects on Black History Month initiative, discusses $15 minimum wage

Central Student Government met virtually to discuss its recent Black History Month initiative, an ongoing conflict at U-M Law School, a proposal for a higher minimum wage and more. Read on for the details of this contentious meeting.

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Sustainability honors students introduce D.I.Y. graduation cords

Rackham student Katie Porter, Office of Student Life Intern, and multiple student volunteers attended an event to make graduation cords Tuesday afternoon for the Excellence in Sustainability Honors Cord Program. Read on to learn more about the students making honors cords from scratch and its significance.

U-M students call for prioritization of carbon neutrality, sexual misconduct accountability and open communication at presidential search listening session

The University’s Presidential Search Committee held its fifth listening session Tuesday, seeking input from students and other university stakeholders on the process of hiring a new president. Students said they want to see carbon neutrality and sexual misconduct accountability prioritized. Read on to learn more about what community members want in the next University president.

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We need to rethink the value of selective public high schools

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‘Wordle’ has a New York Times problem

“Wordle,” the online game that’s seen a recent explosion in popularity across generations, was recently bought by The New York Times Company. Read on for Daily Arts writer Maddie Agne’s take on why this acquisition will expedite the puzzle’s downfall.

The titular protagonist of ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ hits rock bottom … again

Sports movie or not, ‘Home Team’ can’t tackle the ugly truth behind its premise

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