You believed that Freddie Gray was a victim of the white institutions in America. Now that the oppressive institution is painted Black, what are you to say? Would you make claims of Black oppression?
This Thursday, the five finalists from this year’s optiMize Social Innovation Challenge will take the stage and look to impress campus and the judges with their pitches. 7pm Rackham.
This Thursday, Michigan Boxing looks to defend their national title from some of the best collegiate boxing talent in the nation. With both returning champions and new competitors in the ring, as well as solid leadership from captains Kevin Bosma and Kate Johnson, it’s a night you won’t want to miss.
“The biggest irony is on the front of the poster it says ‘thought police,’” Audia said in an interview with The College Fix. “So a warning on thought police was censored. It’s pretty ridiculous.”
Anyone who tries to tell you that the free market was the reason why nearly 15% of Americans were uninsured in 2008 is misleading you.
Let’s just say that it was a bad year for freedom on this campus. The lunatics were running the asylum.
You have been (trigger) warned not to ever utter a joke or wisecrack again–because satire is dead.
Recently, the Michigan Daily suspended for a week, Omar Mahmood, a longtime contributor to the Daily and a writer for the Michigan Review. A student complained about being made to feel “uncomfortable” due to Mahmood’s recent satirical piece for the Review, “Do the Left Thing.” It discusses the micro-aggressions that the small left-handed student minority faces at the University of …
Disgruntled students at the University of Michigan have declared an alleged drop in minority enrollment a “national scandal” and representative of “the new Jim Crow,” and pledged in conjunction with community organizers at a recent strategy meeting on campus to “kick this university’s ass” and “shut the campus down” unless minority enrollment increases. The comments were made by University of …
There should be government interventions insomuch that the government helps fix market inefficiencies so that the health care system can in the future be semi-autonomous. The worry of inefficiency is well grounded in the fact that the system is absurdly expensive compared to other developed countries. Nearly 18% of GDP ($2.5 trillion) is contributed by the health care sector – …
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