Opinions Editor Yousuf Ali explains the problems gerrymandering creates and how they may be solved.Read more
Tesla is not the only company to sell directly to consumers. The Nike Store in cities such as Chicago and San Francisco are built on the same idea that Tesla is utilizing. How come their stores haven’t been banned across America?Read more
This past Friday, Mark Schlissel was officially inaugurated as the fourteenth president of the University of Michigan. Among those in attendance were Governor Rick Snyder and University of Michigan-Dearborn’s own Student Government President Sarah Elhelou and Vice President Bradley Pischea.
Along with being invited to the ceremony, both Elhelou and Pischea were active participants. Both students were in dress robes and Pischea was given the duty of carrying the UM-Dearborn flag.
Michigan’s 96th Legislature is certainly experiencing a Lame Duck session for the history books. It can be best described as the epitome of both partisan polarization and bipartisanship.Read more
Protests were planned for yesterday and today in response to the right-to-work bills that went through the Michigan legislature on December 6.Read more
A $30 million capital outlay was recently approved by Michigan Governor Rick Synder to fund the building’s renovation project. Snyder signed into law back at the end of June.Read more
Regardless of theories behind motivations and the history of the emergency financial manager in Michigan, Mr. Snyder will have to come to a decision by Thursday, April 5.Read more
Gov. Rick Snyder’s budget proposal includes a 3% increase in funding and state aid for public universities.Read more
I watched the 2012 State of the State address online the day after it was delivered. And “unimpressed” would be a nice way of putting how I feel about it.Read more
The vote for a public bridge did not pass in the Michigan Senate last Thursday. This was the first major legislative setback that Gov. Rick Snyder has had.Read more