Proposal 2 may seem like a common-sense administrative change, but it could impose some burdens on small towns that deserve to be highlighted.
Against ‘Hi, Are You Registered to Vote?’
Making the registration process accessible is important, but people should show at least some initiative.
My First Primary Election
When I arrived at Michigan, I was elated to find that I could register with my South Quad address and vote in the Michigan primary on March 10. I knew that a vote in a swing state like Michigan was honestly more impactful than in my home state of Maryland, a solidly blue state. Registering […]
Student Government is a Colossal Waste of Time
What is at all funny about a pack of attention-seeking college students posing for classy headshots in the Law Quad in order to convince wholly apathetic college students that their party is the one that will surely bring #diversity and #inclusion to the Wolverine family? It’s pathetic.
Campus Coverage: Michigan Primaries
The Michigan Review offers ground coverage on campus of the Republican and Democratic primaries on Tuesday March 9th. Learn whom your peers are voting for and why they’re all wrong.