Four years ago this March, my mom passed away. She was terminally ill, so we knew for a few months beforehand what was going to happen to her. It was sufficient time to come to terms. Now I know not everyone has that courtesy when they lose their loved ones — in a very morbid way, I was lucky.
Last week, Michael Bloomberg spoke to graduates about a number of issues, including our nation’s widening political divide, the importance of dedication and the deleter
I attended Commencement to support the seniors in my life who’ve taught me to be critical of the world and try to change it for the better.
Running for Central Student Government president and vice president this year was an incredibly challenging yet meaningful experience.
Sororities have been criticized for many things in the past few years, including female objectification, racist exclusion and
You know how when you say a word so many times it starts to lose its meaning? Well apparently that’s called semantic satiation. That fact has nothing to do with this column, but psychology really does have terminology for everything.
Public policy in the United States has propagated social trauma for centuries. In Black communities especially, the government has betrayed its pledge to protect the human rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness written in the Declaration of Independence.
Clarence Cook Little’s name should be removed from the University of Michigan’s science classroom building. The building bearing his name supports a narrative that the University condones his unethical behavior.