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Ann Arbor is known to host some of the biggest things in the country. But crouch down in certain parts of downtown Ann Arbor, and one will discover another world that has been overlooked by the sheer size of everything around it.

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Sammy talks with LSA & STAMPS student Ariel Friedlander about her experiences as a drag queen, performance artist, and passionate activist.

 

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The Michigan eXploration Laboratory (MXL) works on building cube satellites in the FXB on North Campus. Cube satellites are one or a series of ten centimeter cubes; the size is chosen for ease of packing to launch into space.

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Happy Black History Month from Pass the MiC!

In this week's episode, we invited guests from differing identities of Blackness to talk about Black History Month. We explored the ideas of Black unity, Black History education, and more.

Police Officer Archer takes daily videographer on a ride-along

The University of Michigan Police Department provides a ride-along program for students to see how officers operate firsthand. The goal of this program is to breakdown barriers between officers and the public, as well as to increase transparency. We sent a videographer along to learn more.

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“In the midst of an age where the culture of books and reading is controlled by digital media, Literati Bookstore is a breath of fresh air.

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Host Sam Small and Associate Producer Sean Lang talk about what it means to be DIY and speak with local DIY legend Fred Thomas

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