Legislative action must be taken to allow for cities to implement mandatory inclusionary zoning and rent control, but this requires a concerted effort to show Lansing that people are in support of the change.
By creating an environment in which students challenge each other to develop best possible policy solutions, the Ford School can more effectively produce leaders who know how to work through the gridlock that plagues government today.
This Thursday, Nov. 12 at 8 p.m. in the Anderson Room of the Michigan Union, Students for Choice will be holding its third annual Abortion Speak Out. The Abortion Speak Out is an opportunity for members of our campus community who have had an abortion(s) to share their experience in a safe, supportive and judgment-free space.
If I, as a Jew, felt a disconnect between the history of the camps and the way that history is memorialized, I could only wonder what impression the camps make on someone who has no connections to the atrocity of the Holocaust.