My dad winces bodily when ideas bother him. His eyes crinkle and the skepticism travels down his crow’s feet, tightening the corners of his mouth. It’s happening now as I watch him in the rear-view mirror, his tension radiating to press against the lull of the highway as I wait, expectant. Although it feels longer, […]
Do You Hear the People Scream?
Do you hear it? The sounds of disgruntled masses, yearning for their voices to be heard? A campus rocked to its core by divisiveness and violence? With the fall semester comes the return of politically-charged protests on campus. In my years here, protests have become yet another part of everyday life in Ann Arbor. However, […]