Blog post - My November in Review

My November in Review

From U-M events to Taylor Swift’s new “Red” album, I walk you through my highlight reel from the month as I reflect on the end of this year.

daffodils in bloom on campus

What I’ll Miss From Ann Arbor

Summer break is almost here, and there are so many things about Ann Arbor that I’ll miss while I’m back home.

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The Importance of Peer Mentorship

Some of the most valuable lessons I’ve learned throughout college have come from my peers. Read on to learn more about my experience with peer mentorship!

student mural

Beyond the Campus: The Consequences of Student Activism

Many BIPOC students have assumed the additional role of activist, especially amidst increased coverage of racial violence against the Black, Asian, and Pacific Islander communities. But a closer consideration of student-led activism brings to light the consequences of shouldering this extra role for students.

students walking along sidewalk lined with tress on campus in the fall

Places to visit on a campus

Every campus tour seems to visit the same spaces, but what about the REAL campus (i.e. the one only current students know about)? Here’s my take on what to look for in your prospective college campus…

Madeleine Lee

Why I Decided to Go Blue

As a senior in high school, I could picture myself being a student here. The people I met, the interactions I had, and the experiences I collected all fell into place and reaffirmed who I am and who I want to be.

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Changing Majors

Majors don’t have to be forever, but changing degrees can be scary! Here are some tips for making the process easier, and helping to embrace the excitement.