If Jimmy Kimmel honestly believes that he’s helping tone back the constant flaming of prevalent celebrities by making trolls realize they’re hurting people, he’s a complete ignoramus. The internet is, first and foremost, the place where basic human empathy goes to die.
Arts & Culture
My advice to the Wolverines I will leave behind on April 30th is simple: become a modern flâneur, a thoughtful tourist amongst your surroundings. As I traverse campus each day, it seems as though I’m surrounded by students gazing intently into their iPhones as if they were explorers wandering by the direction of their compasses, […]
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.
The provocative British journalist Milo Yiannopoulos, who has been banned from universities in the UK and unverified on Twiiter, is coming to the University of Michigan on February 23rd.
Country Club Anarchist
New updates have recently come out (no, Jake is still a balding prick) that shed some more light on yesterday’s story. 1) I received an anonymous email that linked me to the new Jake Croman “fan page.” A bit much, in my opinion. As a libertarian, I think private policing mechanism like social ostracism are a […]