February 25, 2022
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Jon Vaughn and other survivors of the late University doctor Robert Anderson held an event at the UMMA to commemorate 100 days since the beginning of their protest for sexual abuse and assault reform at the University. Read on to learn more about the survivors’ reflections over the protest’s first 100 days and the specific reforms they support.
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Winterfest 2022 raises a record $202,213 for local charities
Known for its broomball competitions and winter game-day atmosphere, Winterfest managed to raise more than $200,000 for local charities. The proceeds will go to Autism Alliance of Michigan, The Women’s Center of Southeastern Michigan and Fisher House Michigan. Read on to learn more about this fundraising event.
A panel held by the Ford School discussed the history and ongoing legacy of racially restrictive housing policies in Ann Arbor. Though the ordinances are being repealed, the effects are still present. Read on for a discussion of the repeal’s implications as well as ongoing projects designed to identify racially restrictive covenants in Washtenaw County.
When did you feel your sense of imagination and free creativity begin to fade? Statement correspondent Emily Blumberg explores the idea of imagination and the reasons that some people feel it escapes them.
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