School of Education graduate Javier Solorzano Parada is all too familiar with the challenges that can arise in pursuit of higher education.
Meet the Students of the Year. They’re happy to meet you.
In the final issue of The Statement, we offer you a summary of the year’s best moments as seen through our camera lenses. Join us in the front row of your favorite concert, on the court and on the street during the 2015-2016 school year.
“Right now my biggest challenge is definitely IP, my senior thesis. It's deadline and installation week until our opening next weekend. I'm currently fixing up loose ends and trying not to go insane in this last month of my undergrad when life decides to be so stressful.”
- Art & Design Senior Yenny Hoang
In the almost three years that I have lived here, only a handful of my Ann Arbor friends have witnessed Ypsilanti as I see it every day.
Instead of awarding votes based on which candidate wins the state’s popular vote, the states would award their electoral delegates to the winner of the national popular vote, effectively rendering the Electoral College useless.
By allotting 500 words every two weeks just to exploring my identity, I’ve attempted to discover something — anything — about myself, who I want to be in the future and where I see my place as a person of South Asian origin.