LSA junior Emily Kaufman jokingly refers to herself as a “trans-mama,” a guide of sorts to other women at the University of Michigan who are navigating what it means to be a transgender woman on campus.
I don’t like to talk about him.
In her second column, Daily Staff Writer Jackie Charniga walks into Circus for one last hurrah, before the Ann Arbor classic closes in the next few weeks.
The market trends ending The Ann Arbor News were hardly confined to Ann Arbor. Until the advent of the Internet, most medium-sized cities could support at least one independent daily print publication that could reap healthy profit margins by holding a de-facto monopoly on local classified ad sales.
Daily Arts’ Community Culture Editor Erika Shevcheck ponders the small things in life her bi-weekly column, “Little Things.”
In his bi-weekly column "Golden State Worrier," Daily Music writer Harry Krisnky gives some thoughts on the world, with a few long-winded phobias thrown in for good measure.
The common explanation post-11/8/2016 includes some kind of combination of the terms “white,” “angry,” “xenophobic” and “racist” — the list is familiar, and not entirely unfair.
Months ago, when I was assigned a story on the opioid epidemic, I was confronted with an entirely foreign concept: I didn’t
Each year, the Statement Magazine publishes the Sex Issue, which gauges the campus climate on a wide range of sex-related issues. We've adminstered a survey asking various questions about sex and reproductive health in Ann Arbor. Sex on campus is always interesting, always complex — read on to find out more about the sexual climate at the University of Michigan.