As a white girl/woman growing up in the wealthier and whiter areas of Columbus, I’ve been taught to think of the inner-city neighborhoods of the city’s Near East Side as crime-ridden, scary and dangerous. This implies that the suburb where I live is crime free, welcoming and safe.

Recently, on an early Monday morning, I was sitting in a crowded coffee shop sipping a large cup of scalding anxiety stimulant as I awaited an upcoming interview for an internship.

After nearly a year of attempting to finish a singular book — sorry mom, thanks University of Michigan — I finally did.

As popular culture suggests, adolescence is a time that social lives are expected of us.

“OK, class,” my teacher yells across the classroom. “Father is coming to talk to us today, and I need you all to be on your best behavior!” It was days like these I enjoyed as a grade schooler at a Catholic elementary school: a change in direction and new questions.

I drew this half-asleep
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The small towns of northern Michigan that dot the coast of the Great Lakes offer some escape from the chaotic and hyperconnected world we live in.

Last week, another attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act failed in dramatic fashion. A video of Sen. John McCain (R–Ariz.) voting down the initiative showed overwhelming shock and surprise from the senators present.

“Hi! My name is...What? My name is… Who? My name is…Slim Shady.” To me, these are some of the most iconic lines to ever grace a rap/hip-hop song.

Pop quiz time! Has minority enrollment dropped, plateaued or risen since the beginning of Schlissel’s presidency? In a totally unscientific sampling of my housemates, each one chose one of the first two options.

On June 1, the Trump administration announced they were fulfilling a campaign promise to remove the United States from the Paris Climate Accord.

Early in May, Michigan state senators introduced two free speech bills to the Michigan legislature: Senate Bill 349, entitled the “Campus Free Speech Act,” and Senate

A series of seven pop-up art installations appeared around the University of Michigan’s Central, North and Medical Campuses between April 3 and April 8.

The Graduate Employees’ Organization, the labor union that represents graduate student instructors and graduate student staff assistants at the University of Michigan, is in the process of negotiating a new contract for union members. GEO hopes

At the end of February, the Trump administration revoked the Obama-era

At the end of March, Mark Schlissel, Lou Anna Simon and M.

Earlier in March, President Donald Trump’s administration released its “skinny budget” proposal for the 2018 fiscal year, causing a lot of bipartisan controversy.