The Daily Weekly

Tune in each week as Senior News Editor, Timothy Cohn, sits down with Daily reporters and editors to recap the biggest events of the past seven days in each section. Hear about some of the most important stories from News, Arts, Opinion, Sports, Statement and MiC every Friday morning.


News: Managing News Editor, Alexa St. John, spoke about her and Andrew Hiyama’s exclusive interview with University President Mark Schlissel about the status of the C.C. Little building renaming process, the one-year anniversary of the launching of the University’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion plan, and the application for a campus visit by prominent white-nationalist, Richard Spencer. Later, she discussed Daily Staff Reporter Jennifer Meer’s article about racist incidents at other universities, and Senior News Editor Nisa Khan’s trip to the Women’s Convention in Detroit.

Arts: Co-Managing Arts Editor, Anay Katyal, highlighted Daily Arts Writer, Emily Bice’s conversation with HBO’s Danny McBride and David Gordon Green about their collaboration on the show “Vice Principals”. He also discussed Sophia White’s review of “The Florida Project”, and Mike Watkin’s criticisms of Snoop Dogg’s latest album: “Make America Crip Again”.

Opinion: Co-Editorial Page Editor, Rebecca Tarnopol, talked about the opinion section’s leftside on unequal policing of Black and Latino frat parties on game day, Corey Dulin’s column on women’s struggles to attain equal recognition in the world of hip-hop, and Lucas Maiman’s article about government accountability during the Flint Water Crisis.

Michigan in Color: Senior MiC editor, Christian Paneda spoke about his reflection on his mother’s traditional Filipino soup recipe, Young Lee’s piece on being an Asian-American in a non-STEM field, and Allie Brown’s description of an argument between her and her roommate over racist language.

Statement: Daily Arts Writer, Sam Rosenberg, talked about his Statement Magazine lead on the problems surrounding toxic masculinity at gyms on campus.

Sports: Co-Managing Sports Editor, Betelhem Ashame, talked about Michigan Football’s 35-14 win over the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, the buzz about redshirt freshman quarterback Brandon Peters, and the Michigan Men’s Soccer team Big Ten Conference championship title.


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