March 24, 2022

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University of Michigan hosts 26th annual exhibition of art by Michigan prisoners

The Prison Creative Arts Project (PCAP) and the Michigan Department of Corrections (MDOC) hosted the opening of the 26th Annual Exhibition of Art by Michigan Prisoners Tuesday evening. The exhibition features 714 pieces of art from 392 artists across 26 prisons in Michigan. Read more about the art selection process and how the artists create and submit their pieces.  

The Michigan Daily sits down with 2022 CSG executive candidates for Q&A

Central Student Government (CSG) is holding elections for their Assembly and the University of Michigan Police Department (UMPD) Oversight Committee next Wednesday and Thursday. With debates tonight at the Michigan League and elections looming, The Michigan Daily asked 21 out of the 43 candidates to share their thoughts on the upcoming election. Read to learn more about the new candidates’ diverse platforms. 

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Nicholas Stoll: This team can win a national championship. Caleb Houstan is the last piece.

After clinching a Sweet 16 berth, the Michigan Men’s Basketball Team now awaits a tough matchup with the Villanova Wildcats on Thursday. Despite the team’s inconsistencies throughout the regular season, Daily Sports Editor Nicholas Stoll describes how this team — with the help of freshman wing Caleb Houstan — can potentially flip the script and win a national championship. Read on to hear how Houstan’s abilities can help his team’s unexpected tournament run last into April. 

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Memes: The sixth love language

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I’m just some guy: navigating my ethnically ambiguous “American” identity 

“I could be Latinx, European, African, Middle Easterm, you name it! I’m a nosy white lady’s worst nightmare.” Michigan in Color Columnist Stephen Buckley recounts the many micro and macro-aggressions he has encountered throughout his life due to his nuanced racial and ethnic background. Read more to see how Buckley has grown to embrace his identity. 

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Losing my Appapa: the tangible effects of british colonization

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Our wall of paintings: healing through art

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