November 22, 2021

Central Student Government and LSA Student Government announce election results

After voting closed last Thursday, Central Student Government and LSA Student government released the election results for the 2021-2022 year. While the results are still unofficial, this year’s CSG election has seen higher voter turnout than in previous years. LSA Student Government also witnessed highest voter turnout in the past few years, officially voting in 15 new representatives. 

Students walk out of class, strike with activists for climate and sexual misconduct accountability

Two campus organizations, Fridays for Future and Roe v. Rape, protested together on the Diag last Friday, demanding greater transparency from the University on two distinct fronts. Fridays for Future, an environmental organization leading students in a class walkout, demanded the University expand its policies for climate change mitigation while Roe v. Rape, a campus nonprofit organization supporting sexual misconduct prevention and survivor advocacy efforts, demanded the university take more responsibility for sexual misconduct and establish further prevention against it.

Campaign to end solitary confinement in Michigan sets up exhibit prison cell in Mason Hall

A new exhibit in Mason Hall aims to raise awareness among U-M students about the conditions that many incarcerated people face in the Michigan prison system. The exhibit is a part of the Citizens for Prison Reform initiative aiming to end solitary confinement in Michigan and shows the dire conditions of prison cells with only a cot, a sink connected to a toilet and a small table.

Why Squid Game is the perfect cautionary cryptocurrency tale

After win over Maryland, Michigan quickly moves focus to Ohio State

While up over Maryland, Michigan fans in College Park started chanting “Beat Ohio.” The scene spoke to the fact that the team and its fan base are focused on one thing: Ohio State. “It means everything,” head coach Jim Harbaugh said. 

Michigan’s discipline unchanged in Notre Dame sweep

Notre Dame hands Michigan second overtime defeat of weekend

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