Opinion

Black Female Privilege: The Foreseeable Tragedy of Former Harvard President Claudine Gay

Former Harvard President Dr. Claudine Gay during congressional hearing, Dec. 7, 2023. Photo by Miles J. Herszenhorn of The Harvard Crimson

On Jan. 2, Harvard University President Claudine Gay resigned following a controversial testimony she gave at a congressional hearing on antisemitism on campus.

Editorial: Calling for Ceasefire in Gaza

Hundreds of students blocked the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor diag with their bodies as part of a “Die-In” demonstration, Nov. 14, 2023. Photo by Lon Horwedel Special for The Detroit News

Hundreds of students blocked the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor diag with their bodies as part of a “Die-In” demonstration, Nov. 14, 2023. Photo by Lon Horwedel Special for The Detroit News

Benefits of Holistic Medicine

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A holistic approach is a popular alternative to standard medical treatments in America.

Why the U.S. wants to ban TikTok

A 3D printed Tik Tok logo is seen in front of U.S. flag in this illustration taken October 6, 2020. Picture taken October 6, 2020. REUTERS - Dado Ruvic - Illustration

A 3D printed Tik Tok logo is seen in front of U.S. flag in this illustration taken October 6, 2020. Picture taken October 6, 2020. REUTERS - Dado Ruvic - Illustration

Financial Aid and Scholarship Opportunities More Students Should Know About

Illustration of Hawkster on stage with a box full of money during graduation. Illustration by Jana Tourfa

College is a dream for many, but paying for it can be a nightmare. The cost of college has grown about 20 percent in the past 10 years, according to college tuition inflation data from the Manhattan Institute.

“Magic Mushrooms” Offer Promising Outcomes for Psychedelic Therapy

Photo courtesy Association for Psychological Science

After decades of inactivity, scientific research on psychedelic drugs is resuming and gaining popularity.

Fentanyl Crisis

Illustration of Fentanyl laced pills courtesy DEA

Last month, WWJ news radio reported that 3.2 kilos of fentanyl was seized in metro Detroit by Michigan State Police during a raid of what it called “a sophisticated drug trafficking organization with ties to Macomb County.”

Winter Blues Affects Millions

Stock image courtesy Marc Bruxelle for The Aviary Recovery Center

One common experience for Michiganders is depression during the cold months.

Censorship at Stanford University

Free Speech (conditions apply) by FUKT, in Enmore, Sydney, Australia. Photo courtesy Flickr wiredforlego

In light of diversity, equity, and inclusion, society is waking up to the fact that words matter. Whoever said, “sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt,” lied.

College Students, Beware the Multi-level Marketing Scheme

Pyramid Word slogan by T'Ara Stamps

What is the American dream? Some say it’s owning a home in the suburbs with a white picket fence. Others say it’s a career at Ford with a pension plan. And then, some swear it’s owning your own business.

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