The End — The Doors

“This is the end / My only friend, the end”

Students use the Haven Hall reflection room in Haven Hall.

What do reflection rooms mean to you?

The Machine: Inside the CSG race

I remember the outcome of each Central Student Government election during my time on the University of Michigan campus clearly.

Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) speaks about his accomplishments as governor and how that translates into good experience at the GOP Field Office in Livonia on Tuesday.

For those of you who sit back and watch as this country gets rocked by political turmoil and maybe feel a little guilty about that, this story’s for you.


Within the first month of joining my high school’s newspaper, I had made it on the wall. Or rather, my idea for the Bullseye — Opinion’s spread that discussed the hottest trends — had.

“Bill Clinton talked to a chair?” was what I had scribbled onto the brainstorming sheet.


My nani stands over the griddle, slight beads of perspiration forming over her brow from the heat of the stove. She leans in to smell the egg chutney, a classic south Indian dish, and wrinkles her nose. Adding chopped coriander to the concoction, she sniffs again.


There’s nothing like waking up to a blue sky and shining sun. Rolling out of bed doesn’t seem quite so hard when you know that waiting for you is the warm embrace of sunshine on your face and the sweet taste of finally-seasonally-appropriate iced coffee.

Behind-the-scenes of Michigan's first and second round games of the Men's Basketball NCAA tournament.

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Purple Squirrel

I wake up to the fifth alarm of 12. It’s more out of irritation — to stop the droning, electronic waterfalls — than it is to open the door and let any ray of sun into my windowless room. I slowly put my head back down when the sixth alarm starts.


I remember standing in the shade of an olive tree in Panathinaiko Stadium Square, sweat dripping down my face, trying to hail a cab. Classes had just gotten out for the day, and I was making my way to my cousin Zoe’s apartment.