One of the largest protests in American history occurred just one day following President Trump’s inauguration. Activists gathered across the nation in cities including New York, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Chicago, and Ann Arbor to protest Donald Trump’s purported political positions. These, among others, include cutting public funding for organizations that perform abortions like Planned Parenthood, […]
Author: Tony Saucedo
Donald Trump Inaugurated as 45th President
Thousands of Americans packed the National Mall on Friday as America officially swore in the 45th President of the United States, business mogul Donald Trump. Many attendees sported their famous red hats bearing Trump’s signature campaign slogan “Make America Great Again”, cheered loudly as they heard the new Commander-in-Chief address the world regarding his vision […]
Why This Orange Bowl Matters
2016 was an incredible year for Michigan football, even though we did not reach the end results we had all hoped for–a victory in Columbus, a Big Ten championship, and, most importantly, a College Football Playoff bid. But while many experts, including Colin Cowherd and Skip Bayless, agree that Michigan remains one of the best […]
Students Organize Walkout Protest Across Campus
On Wednesday, November 16, nearly one thousand protesters participated in an organized campus walkout in response to the election and the “increase in hate crimes and other forms of violence against marginalized folx.” The march took over campus from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm and began starting on the Diag where students who had walked […]
Rubio is the new Obama
Obama is arguably the “coolest” president we have ever had. If you eliminate his dreadful first pitches at baseball games with awful throwing-form, along with his occasional sporting of mom jeans, this assertion is tough to argue.
The Case for Expanding College Football Playoffs
Let’s face it fellow college football fans—since its inaugural season last year, the college football playoff has undermined and stolen the postseason thrill from the traditional BCS format. Unless it is your team or school, nobody pays attention to the teams included in BCS bowl games anymore. With the new kid in town, sports fans across America have made the transition to a more thrilling, nerve racking college football playoff format.
Ausmus Out, Gardenhire In: Tigers’ Quest for AL Pennant
Attention, students! Are you looking for a quiet place to study? Go to Comerica Park during a game—nobody will be there to bother you! Attendance at the stadium has become nonexistent because the Detroit Tigers currently are in dead last. This means no playoff baseball in the Motor City this fall, which for Detroiters is […]