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 The Daily breaking the news about the IFC suspending all social activities in light of allegations of hazing, substance abuse and assault. Then she highlighted Maya Goldman and Ishi Mori’s Ann Arbor City Council elections coverage and the unveiling of the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion summit.

Arts: Co-Managing Arts Editor, Anay Katyal discussed this week’s B-Side on the intersection of arts and religion, in which Daily Arts Writer Shima Sadaghiyani interviewed performing artists about how they integrate their religious upbringing in their craft. Then, he talked about Senior Arts Editor Nabeel Chollampat’s moving reflection on “The Big Sick” and the representation of Muslim people in media, and Arya Naidu’s piece about Christian and Jewish a cappella groups.

Opinion: Co-Editorial Page Editor, Anna Polumbo-Levy touched on the recent leftside calling on the University to keep Richard Spencer off campus, Emilly Huhman’s column on suffering from an invisible disease, and Emily Wolfe’s cartoon.

Statement: Deputy Statement Editor, Brian Kuang, talked about this week’s Creative Writing Issue, which featured a short story by Zoya Gurm, poetry from Statement columnist Regan Detwiler and Daily Sports Writer Maggie Kolcon, and creative nonfiction on high risks by Nabeel Chollampat.

Michigan in Color: Co-Managing MiC editor, Ashley Tjhung, highlighted MiC columnist Isabelle Rosales and Senior News Editor Lydia Murray’s pieces about finding community acceptance while being biracial. Later, she spoke about MiC columnist Aarel Calhoun’s article about feeling pressure to teach non-Black people about racism and Steffi Cao’s piece on being a social justice advocate in the Asian-American community.

Sports: Managing Sports Editors, Betelhem Ashame and Kevin Santo, reflected on Michigan Football’s 33-10 win versus Minnesota to retain possession of the Little Brown Jug. They then talked about Ted Janes’ piece on Karan Higdon’s life in Florida and his current efforts to give back to his childhood community, and previewed next week’s matchup at Maryland. To end the conversation, they talked about the upcoming Michigan Men’s and Women’s Basketball tip-offs.


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