Over the past few years, both students and administrators at the University of Michigan have addressed on-campus sexual assault through new policies and ongoing activism. At times, however, the personal stories of individuals who have survived an assault can be lost in the bigger discussion. 

“Actually, I don’t believe in God.” After three and a half years, the words still feel alien as they leave my mouth. 

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“Blest are they / the poor in spirit / theirs is the kingdom of God.” I remember singing this line from Hymn #624 during Mass many times in my youth, and I continue to sing it when I am in St.

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This piece is for those of you not directly affected by sexual assault. It has to do with my own life experience and in no way is a mold for how others experience events or emotions.

In the wake of the tragic mass shooting in Las Vegas, which claimed 58 innocent lives, political activists renewed the ongoing debate over gun control.

Students in high school dream and breathe every waking moment about going away to college.

Where is the line between productive debate and dangerous discourse?

#MeToo has been tweeted over 800,000 times since Alyssa Milano brought it to the forefront of Twitter in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein sexual assau

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With the endorsement of President Donald Trump, the House of Representatives recently passed a bill that criminalizes abortions past 20 weeks of pregnancy.

Monday’s Las Vegas shooting, which left at least 59 dead and 500 injured, adds another tally to the United States’ dark history of gun violence.

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If you found yourself at the Central Campus Transit Center, also known as the C.C. Little bus station, last Monday, perhaps you were dismayed your normal bus had been rerouted.

In his proposed budget for fiscal year 2018, President Donald Trump recommends slashing funding for the Child Care Access Means Parents in School program,

In an anecdote-laden speech on Sept.

Anti-Latinx, pro-Trump graffiti was found on the Rock at the corner of Hill and Washtenaw on Sept.

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.