Look at the person sitting next to you. Who are they? You question yourself: Are they different from you because of some physicality, some accent, or maybe they are just like you — human. That person might not be treated with the same respect and freedom as you.
This election must culminate in a vote for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. Yes, her opponent is racist, sexist, misogynistic and xenophobic, but Clinton is a candidate we need to be excited about.
Racist, misogynistic, idiotic, corrupt, conniving, demonic. These are just a sampling of the colorful adjectives I’ve heard used to describe the major party nominees for president of one of the oldest and most powerful democracies on the planet.
Numerous buildings on campus honor presidents who created this university, including Henry Tappan, James Angell, Harlan Hatcher, Harold Shapiro and James Duderstadt. Others commemorate donors including William Cook, Horace Rackham, Stephen Ross and Alfred Taubman.