Michigan should not have some of the most radical abortion laws in the country.
Against ‘Hi, Are You Registered to Vote?’
Making the registration process accessible is important, but people should show at least some initiative.
Chaos, Unity, But Still Trouble, at the Michigan GOP Convention
For the first time in the 2022 cycle, the Michigan Republican Party showed signs that it could surf the expected red wave in November, but there is still a hazard in the water.
A British Lesson in Freedom?
As an American, when I think of the United Kingdom, “defender of liberty” doesn’t come to mind. From the Stamp Act to the Corn Laws, the British do not have a history of tolerance for individual freedom. When I arrived in the country for my study abroad term at Oxford University this semester, I found […]
Gamble And You’re Gone: Why the NCAA Should Allow Their Athletes to Bet on Sports
On December 20, 2019, Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed a bill legalizing sports betting when run by licensed casinos in the state of Michigan. Here, the legal age for some casinos is 18, although Detroit area casinos which allow bitcoin slots with no deposit bonus such as MGM, Motor City, and Greektown require sports bettors to […]
Steven Crowder Voices Support for Conservative Students on Campus
On October 25th, Young Americans for Freedom at the University of Michigan hosted YouTube political comedian Steven Crowder at the Power Center for the Performing Arts. Crowder is best known for his “Louder with Crowder” weekly podcast and his unapologetic mockery of left-wing politics and personalities. Before Crowder arrived on U-M’s campus, posters advertising […]
Bye, Bye, Michigan Time
Traditions define the Michigan experience. From being herded like cattle through the Ingalls Mall fountain as freshman to avoiding the Block M like the plague, one cannot begin to describe the immense role school tradition plays in every student’s life. Yet, inevitably the time must come for closely held traditions to die. This time, Michigan’s […]
Receding Expectations: Michigan Football in Review
“We bow to no man. We bow to no program. We are Michigan.” These words, uttered all season long in the calming cadence of James Earl Jones, linger now as a sardonic mockery of our program’s state of affairs. As Michigan fans, we unrealistically expect greatness in our athletic endeavors, ignoring the staunch unlikelihood […]
Welcome to the Review: A New Approach to Student Journalism
To our devoted readers, If you’re anything like myself, over the past year you’ve viewed the news media through oscillating waves of nausea and deep-seated rage. It seems that every time I flip on my television or peek at a news update on my phone, I find myself overwhelmed in my resignation. For many, the […]
Senior Reflection: Good Bye, and Go Blue!
It is difficult for me to overstate the impact the last four years here at the University of Michigan have had on me: personally, socially, and intellectually. I grew immensely as a person, learning much about myself that will continue to serve me for the rest of my life. I made lasting friendships and connected […]