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EDITORIAL: Doing the Right Thing?

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 …

Michigan Review StaffEDITORIAL: Doing the Right Thing?
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Students Pledge to Shut Down Campus if Minority Enrollment Doesn’t Increase

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 …

Hunter SwoggerStudents Pledge to Shut Down Campus if Minority Enrollment Doesn’t Increase
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Queen Coleman’s Deep Pockets

From pomp to meet them came, Shelley might have written about the Board of Regents, who unanimously approved last semester a host of lavish spending projects totaling over $510 million. A part of these costs are covered by Stephen Ross’s $200 million donation to the Ross School of Business, which he generously gave after he told Florida taxpayers they would …

Derek MagillQueen Coleman’s Deep Pockets

Economics of Health Care System

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 – …

Hilda LiEconomics of Health Care System

How Not To Look Like A Freshman

It’s a new year–new books, new roommates, new classes, a new start. It’s also a year of new incoming freshmen. They’re extremely easy to spot with their fresh, young faces devoid of any indication of stress, fatigue or general experience. You see the confusion in their eyes as they learn to navigate the ways of University life, out of their …

Nora DagherHow Not To Look Like A Freshman