March 31, 2022

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University highlights gains in applicants for class of 2026 admissions

Are you smarter than a freshman? The new admissions data suggests otherwise. The University received an unprecedented 84,000 applications for the class of 2026, including increases in applications from first-generation students, international students and students of Color. 

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Student org hosts U-M faculty panel as part of three-day Holocaust Education event

Student for Holocaust Awareness, Remembrance and Education (SHARE) hosted a three-day event featuring academic presentations and conversations between students, faculty and Holocaust survivors. Read more about “Unpacking History and Memory: Holocaust Education in the 21st Century” and what survivors said about their narratives and topics such as anti-Semitism. 

CSG talks financially supporting Ukrainian students, elections and DEI scholarships and awards

University Central Student Government (CSG) held its final assembly meeting of the semester in a hybrid format on Tuesday evening. The assembly called for increased support for Ukrainian students on campus, proposed DEI scholarships and awards and discussed the current CSG election. Read on to see what students and CSG members had to say about these prospects and more. 

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An Ethnography of Adderall and Wolverines

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My father, my king

MiC Columnist Smarani Komanduri draws positive parallels between Will Smith’s Oscar-winning portrayal of Richard Williams – father of tennis stars Serena and Venus Williams – in the new biopic “King Richard” and her own father. Read more about how “King Richard’s” character influenced Komanduri’s appreciation for her upbringing and her father’s character.

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Suck my clock

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