The Michigan Journal is looking to fill editorial positions for the upcoming school year.Read more
As a student enrolled at this university in the Retired Persons Scholarship Program, I have devoted my classes to history and political science. The 2016 campaign will certainly be one for the history books.Read more
This week’s inspirational story is by Brittany Neal, a senior majoring in communication. Aisha interviews the 28 year old student to find what motivated her return to school.Read more
A company founded by a young entrepreneur, Doggie Scoops has been serving dog owners for more than 12 years. It provides pet waste removal, dog walking and companionship and pet food delivery.Read more
They say the best years of your life will be in college; that these are the days you’ll continue to remember for the rest of your life. It’s the adventure of a lifetime — quite literally sometimes. So does anyone feel a bit worried hearing that?Read more
“Back at school in Ann Arbor, it seems like we get a crime alert email nearly every other day,” the creators of Companion write in their promotional material.Read more
I took offense to this column; I felt like it doesn’t really represent what middle class is and what it is like to be truly middle class. I am writing this not to just get the frustration this article caused off my chest, but to give a voice to the University of Michigan-Dearborn students who are middle class.Read more
On May 13 of this year, 27 year old University of Michigan-Dearborn student Xianru Du went missing after being last seen in the Rouge River near Fair Lane Drive and Evergreen Roads.Read more
You’ve done your time here at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. You’re nearing the end of your journey at the school. A career or grad school is just around the corner. It’s a bit intimidating isn’t it? Luckily, University of Michigan-Dearborn works actively to be of assistance to students both during their journey at the university to preparing to graduate and enter into their fields, and beyond.Read more
On Friday evening, March 7, students, families, and friends gathered together in the Social Science Building to see the performance of the Hijabi Monologues.
Hanan Hashem and Jamilah Alhashidi, co-directors of the show, appeared on stage to welcome their guests, promising tears and laughter, heartbreak and hope to their audience. They did more than deliver.
Eleven stories were told, each shining out with its own unique voice. In each, the actors, students of our university, gave their all. “I practiced my lines at least three or four hours a week,” Liala Sobh, one of the performers, stated.Read more