October 8, 2021
President Mark Schlissel discussed research efforts, carbon neutrality on campus and progress on DEI goals at his State of the University address. The speech comes two days after Schlissel announced that he will resign a year ahead of schedule in 2023, stating that he discussed his decision to step down with the regents and plans to help with the search for a new president in any way he can during the address.
The ‘Go Blue Flu’ has taken over the university. What is it?
Students across campus have fallen victim to the ‘Go Blue Flu,’ a back-to-school sickness characterized by dry coughs and congestion. The Michigan Daily sat down with Dr. Joseph Eisenberg, U-M Professor, chair of the epidemiology department and public health expert, to discuss the illness. Eisenberg noted that, after experiencing a pandemic, most people are no longer desensitized to coughs and sneezes that would have otherwise gone unnoticed in the past.
Did Kim Kardashian “understand the assignment?” at this year’s Met Gala”? Or did she just benefit from a double-standard? Kim’s black Balenciaga bodysuit that covered her head to toe has drawn comparisons to religious coverings worn by Muslim women. While Kim was celebrated for her outfit, Muslim women face discrimination and harrasment for wearing similar attire.
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