Student (is this real) Life

Pushy, stubborn, and bossy are all words that can be synonymous with bitch.

The first three words are the words that young, ambitious girls hear much more often than boys, according to the Lifetime PSA, Ban Bossy. When I heard about this mission to ban the label of bossy girls, I took a minute to think about how many times I’ve been called bossy because I know what I want. Because I’ve worked hard to get where I am. Because I have ambitions and dreams. What’s wrong with that? Why had I always thought I needed to silently accept the labels of pushy, stubborn, and bossy…even bitch?

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Dr. Forman discusses race, society at UM-Dearborn

On February 7, the University of Michigan-Dearborn welcomed professor and the Vice Provost for Diversity and Senior Adviser to the Chancellor at the University of Illinois-Chicago, Dr. Tyrone Forman, to speak on the social issue of prejudice in a series of lectures called “The Conversation on Race.”

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SOLID conference has large student turnout

Student organization leaders met this past Saturday in Fairlane Center North for SOLID. Currently, there are 170 student organizations on campus, with 200 expected by the end of the school year.

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Student Life Can’t Live at UM-Dearborn

Kristen Golembiewski: There are problems with student leadership and with the administration, too. But I think the problem goes much deeper.

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Campus Engagement: Where Did We Go Wrong?

Leadership isn’t a position or a title; it’s a movement, a decree. You don’t have to be in charge to be a leader; you just have to be someone who cares.

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