Beyond obligation: Gender equity in sports reaches home stretch

More than four decades after Title IX, the push for gender equality in sports has reached the complicated, difficult final stretch.

Photo by ruby wallau

Emerging from the shadows: LGBT life in the locker Room

The decision, when it came down to it, was between being an athlete and being himself — which, in the end, wasn’t much of a choice at all.

Visual Statement

relentless Rowing

Photo by Luna Archey


Ann Arbor Affairs: Falling in Friend-Love with You

There was a beer waiting for me in his hand. I took it, sat by the fire and nursed my beer while I watched him and remembered the way we knew each other.

Illustration by megan mulholland

The writer’s Notebook:

by Max Radwin, Deputy Magazine Editor

Falling out of love with Harry potter

Is it a fun read? Definitely. But I want something more out of the books I crack open and, more generally, from the art I choose to intake.

I’m a writer, you’re not

That application is the sole defining factor: What is a writer? It’s simple. A writer is someone who writes.

Campus mechanics:

by Amrutha sivakumar, Deputy Magazine Editor

Campus Mechanics: you are the trend

By the transitive property, I can walk into a party or a club and feel an immediate connection to the stranger next to me if we can both recognize the song being played.

the donors and the Best

Everything that the University does can be expected to be a carefully calculated endeavor, and the process of convincing donors to invest their resources in the University may just be plain science.

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