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.
This year, 1,372 students took The Statement's annual sex survey. 45.3 percent of respondents identified as male, 53.4 identified as female and 1.2 percent identified as non-binary. Check out the results below.
The day after School of Information senior Nicole Zeffer watched president-elect Donald Trump win the general election on Tuesday, Nov. 8, she placed a call to University Health Services to make an appointment for an IUD consultation.
I was in ninth grade when I found out that I had to start worrying about my fertility as an adult.
At copy, you do your work well and pass it up to the next set of editing eyes. In life, you should care passionately and understand when to let go.
Students within the Native community said in interviews that issues of representation extend past the number of Native students on campus to visibility on the campus landscape, an issue they’ve confronted by building communities.
I felt and continue to feel lucky to be student at such an international-reaching university, where the opportunities to travel and learn are plentiful.
It’s been cathartic to watch them work through the same feelings I had and grapple with what the next four years are going to be like.
Instead of driving an hour home to be with my family for Thanksgiving, I drove seventeen hours to document the camps and people at the Standing Rock Sioux reservation in North Dakota, acting as water protectors in resistance of the Dakota Access Pipeline.