Nobody was asking me how I was doing or reassuring me they were there should I need anything. It was not something people openly talked about.
The sad reality is that women sports fans are considered to be few and far between.
A few weeks ago, a bright blue board on the Diag sponsored by Students for Life stood next to the Shapiro Undergraduate Library advertising for an initiative called Pregnant on Campus.
Central Student Government election season is upon us. Over the next few weeks, you will be accosted by candidates as you walk through the Diag and you will receive scores of social media reminders to vote.
Even if this is a one-time thing, even if officer Liang is being used as a scapegoat, calling his punishment an injustice is disingenuous.
“Who is Hillary Clinton?” I asked myself as I walked into her Detroit rally Monday night. Like many other Americans, Clinton is not my dream presidential candidate.
I believe there is such a thing as being too informed — something I only fully realized recently.
To them, having a Black male educator meant having a teacher who knew what it was like to be them.
Anyone who kills another person, criminal or cop, should face justice. The problem is this shooting is another example of racial discrimination against people of color by the justice system.
As he entered the polished warehouse to raucous applause, Sen. Marco Rubio (R–Fla.) stepped up to the stage flanked by signs that read: “End the debt.” If only it was that simple.