Photo: businessinsider.com Those Who Oppose Kim Davis are the Real Bigots There are multiple issues to unpack in the aftermath of the Kim Davis controversy. A clerk in Rowan County, Kentucky, she refused to issue marriage licenses to a gay couple, maintaining that to do so would violate her conscience and religious liberty as a […]
On Friday, September 18th, a group of students gathered on the Diag to celebrate the constitution and encourage freedom of expression on campus. Armed with a giant beach ball, sharpies, and constitutions, members of the Students for Liberty chapter at the University of Michigan worked to foster an understanding of first amendment rights on campus. […]
Today, the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that states would not be allowed to make gay marriage illegal.
Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email account to conduct matters involving classified information and private correspondences during her tenure as Secretary of State has drawn the ire of many Americans. An initial report from the New York Times indicated that Clinton, on the first day of her Senate Confirmation hearing, arranged to set up an email […]
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?
A University of Michigan student named Chris was kicked off the school’s Residence Staff, known as ResStaff, after asking what an acronym stood for, then laughing at a subsequent joke, according to documents obtained by the Review. The incident took place over a GroupMe chat involving ResStaff members, when Chris noticed that a black female member of […]
On Sunday, Hillary Clinton announced her intent to run for president of the United States. Her two-minute campaign video focused on domestic policy and the economy with the latter likely to be a defining issue moving forward. As her husband’s campaign astutely divined, “It’s the economy, stupid.” Foreign policy was not mentioned at all. In […]
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.
The University of Michigan recently announced it would cancel a screening of American Sniper, the acclaimed story of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, in response to a petition filed by nearly 300 students, mainly members of the Muslim Students’ Association and Palestinian solidarity group Students Allied for Freedom and Equality (SAFE), who claimed the film was […]