Like Santa Claus, President Schlissel delivered for students at the University of Michigan after a series of dueling petitions surfaced debating whether or not to move class online for the first two weeks due to “coronavirus concerns.” Schlissel declared that the University will stick with its plans for in-person learning, siding with over 700 students […]
On the American Revival Front Convention
The ARF’s May convention addressed labor rights, CSG, and patriotism.
May the Best Man Win, Please?
A high-enthusiasm CSG election shows that electoral reform is more important than ever.
Two Anti-Christian Groups Face Off on the Diag
Last week saw two groups that actively hinder Christian efforts clash on the Diag — GEO and street preachers.
Student Governments Must Implement Electoral Reform
The student body is unfit for ranked choice voting.
The Ford School’s Production of Progressive Activists
The Ford School of Public Policy can gather a hefty amount of evidence, but it does not know how to put it to good use.
When Inclusion Becomes Exclusive: Why DEI 1.0 Failed
The university’s resources to make teaching more inclusive seem designed to have the opposite effect.
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of DEI 1.0
The university is becoming a bit more diverse, much more insulated, and significantly less happy.
Is LSA Waging a War on Christmas?
Here’s what you can do about it.
New Ruthven Office Building is Antithetical to Michigan’s Educational Mandate
The opulent new administrative building proves that the University is forgetting its place as a public institution.
Ford School Firearm Violence Talk Uses “Public Health” Framing to Distract from the Fact That They’re Taking Away Your Rights
Any discussion of gun control must be based on the presumption that Americans have a right to firearm ownership, lest it produces useless prescriptions.