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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.

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.

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7 Ideas to Make it Through the Last Stretch of Winter

Whether you’re in Ann Arbor or beyond, February can feel like January 2.0 – cold, dull, and draining. But it doesn’t have to be! Here are seven ideas to help get through the last few weeks (or if you're in Michigan, months) of winter.

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Far From Home

Why I decided to choose a college thousands of miles away from my home.

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My Go Blue Story: Reflections from a U-M Junior

Deciding where to spend four years of your life isn’t easy. If you’re unsure whether U-M is the right place for you, read on to hear how I made my decision to #GoBlue.