What comes to mind when you hear “social innovation?” Is it entrepreneurship? Technology? Big ideas? When I hear “social innovation,” I think optiMize. I think unity, trust, family and community — the real things that will inspire people to change the world.

Since the 1973 decision of Roe v. Wade — the controversial Supreme Court case over abortion rights — women have had the right to choose what happens to their bodies in regard to unwanted pregnancies.

Throughout my time in college, I’ve learned that living independently is mainly an exercise in taking mental inventories.

With the new $112 million renovation to the West Quad Residence Hall, pretty much everything has changed.

It mystifies me how despite nearly 24-hour coverage by every major media organization, there are still people surprised that Donald Trump is the front-runner for the Republican nomination.

“Your Time, Your Voice, Your Michigan”

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.