To Fellow Students

My thoughts on last week’s siege of the U.S. Capitol.


Reflections on An Extraordinary Year

Whether you’ve loved, tolerated, or hated 2020, no one can deny that it has been an extraordinary year. Here are my reflections on it as we wrap up this year and get ready for the next one.

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How to Keep Up with Your Ideals During College

How to be the person we want to be and how to know what kind of person we want to be are tricky subjects which get answered as we get to know ourselves; but how do we walk the walk after talking the talk in a time that is as demanding as college?


Learning a Language at U-M

Learning a language is hard no matter where you are. But at U-M, you can tap into so many resources and people to help you gain proficiency in the language of your choice.

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Redefining Productivity in the Age of Remote Classes

Do you feel like you can’t seem to return to your ‘normal’ schedule? Maybe you shouldn’t. In the age of remote classes, we need to find a way to take on the academic and extracurricular responsibilities placed upon us as college students without putting the rest of our lives on hold.

Madeleine Lee

5 Ways I Prepared for College Applications

Are you having trouble getting started on your college applications? No need to fear, this U-M blogger is here! Read on to learn how I navigated the college application process with these five tips.

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How to Land Your First Internship

I just wrapped up an internship with Capital One, and I’m reminded again of just how helpful those few weeks of work can be for gaining real-world experience.

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So You Want to Major in Computer Science?

I sent out a survey to some amazing University of Michigan computer scientists in hopes they’d offer prospective Wolverines advice; they did not disappoint!

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Planning for a Great Semester

I believe we can still have a great college experience at Michigan. Really, I think a lot of it comes down to how much effort we put into planning for a great semester.

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Course Selection Tips for First-Year Students

A quick rundown of eight 100-level courses you might find on your schedule as an underclassman – what to expect, the pros and cons, and whether you should take it.