The defeat of AR 13-032 was a rare policy victory for pro-life students at U-M.
On January 21, hundreds of thousands of pro-life demonstrators gathered in Washington, D.C., for the March for Life, which takes place each year to advocate for an end to abortion in America. Men and women of all ages came to the nation’s capital to tell our lawmakers that unborn babies are human beings who deserve […]
In the Middle Ages, the Catholic Church had a ceremony called “Bell, Book, and Candle.” It was a rite of excommunication reserved for powerful public figures who committed a particularly grave sin, such as murder. A bishop would publicly bring 12 priests together in a church. The bell would ring, the bishop would read from […]
Our political discourse is nonsensical. The Republican party is at war with itself, with Reganites clashing with Trumpian-populists for the soul of the GOP. In the Midwest, the Democratic platform feels like it was airdropped from Mars, with the laughably out of touch party losing Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin in the 2016 presidential election […]
Eight long years ago, a young black boy from Detroit—a descendant of slaves—saw perhaps one of the most amazing events in human history. Dear 44, Just like the elements of winter, memories of you are both beautiful and cold. Eight long years ago, a young black boy from Detroit—a descendent of slaves—saw perhaps one of […]
Thousands of people gathered in downtown Ann Arbor on the afternoon of Saturday, January 21, as part of a nationwide Women’s March.
Should the United States government (federally or through states and territories) restrict (totally or partially) a woman’s right to an abortion? This article is the final installment in a debate series on the topic of abortion by authors Deion Kathawa and Andrew Beddow. Read their original arguments here, and their rebuttals here. Abortion Should Be Legal: A Reply to […]
Should the United States government (federally or through states and territories) restrict (totally or partially) a woman’s right to an abortion? This article is the second round in a debate series on the topic of abortion by authors Deion Kathawa and Andrew Beddow. Read the original arguments here. Deontology is more in Keeping with a Regime of Illegal—not […]