Jump to navigation
CELEBRATING ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF EDITORIAL FREEDOM
“You, sir, are killing us!” shouted one of the students, as fellow protesters flashed signs accusing Charles Murray of being a white supremacist and a fascist.
Charles Murray — controversial social scientist — delivered a speech on campus Oct. 11, despite somewhat significant protest.
I can’t just get up and go to the gym — it’s a process. I need to get there physically and mentally. The Intramural Sports Building is an easy enough walk, but there is a ton of mental preparation that takes place before anyone swipes my Mcard.
“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.
“Actually, I don’t believe in God.” After three and a half years, the words still feel alien as they leave my mouth.
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.
University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel has always said the right things about the value of a liberal arts education.
Where is the line between productive debate and dangerous discourse?
In the finale of the fourth season of Amazon’s “Transparent,” the Pfefferman family goes aboard a cruise ship during the Jewish holiday of Passover.