I think we should all have respect for the earliest pioneers who took the biggest risks to explore America and turned it into a land of the free and the envy of the world. Today it is popular to claim that the European colonists who came to the Americas since Christopher Columbus were evil invaders, […]
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Legalities of the Law
Is it constitutional to prohibit evidence that may prove that a juror is racist? The Supreme Court of the United States is set to hear Peña-Rodriguez v. Colorado, which is about whether a no-impeachment rule constitutionally may bar evidence of racial bias offered to prove a violation of the Sixth Amendment right to an impartial jury. […]
Fundamentally, whether you support Trump’s or Clinton’s tax plans is determined by your stance regarding the amount of power the government should have and what the government should be expected to do for its constituency. Miraculously, the second presidential debate actually provided viewers with a fairly comprehensive overview of the candidates’ stances on several issues. […]
On Thursday, October 13th, Professor Marc Rotenberg, Professor of Law at Georgetown University and President of the Electronic Privacy Information Center, led a discussion at the University of Michigan on privacy and free speech in the internet age. The discussion was held in Mason Hall as part of the University of Michigan LSA Honors program’s […]
The Theta Xi fraternity chapter at Michigan has drawn criticism from the Black Student Union and other students over its decision to hire Big Sean to perform at Hill
Michigan Review TV
The Michigan Review offers ground coverage on campus of the Republican and Democratic primaries on Tuesday March 9th. Learn whom your peers are voting for and why they’re all wrong.
Five days away from Milo Yiannopoulos’ visit to the University of Michigan to debate Julie Bindel on February 23rd, the Michigan Review takes to the Diag to ask students the famous poll question that got Milo (briefly) kicked off of Twitter.