UM-Dearborn-Brazil partnership begins

When he was first brought on just over a year ago, Dillard was tasked with assisting in developing new, broader strategies for attracting more international students. Brazil was one of the first recruitment trips to make, and it was, in his opinion, one of the smartest moves the office made.

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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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Cultural Expo 2014

On Thursday, March 13, the University of Michigan-Dearborn hosted its annual Cultural Expo. This yearly extravaganza combines music, food, and entertainment in a cultural explosion, and tends to be a huge event here on campus. This year was no exception. It’s just one of the many events taking place during the school’s 2014 Cultural Daize. The Office for Student Engagement, along with various other groups on campus, work to bring together a set of events that are culturally themed and entertaining so that there is never a dull moment during the Cultural Daize.

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Student (is this real) Life

The train ride was thirteen hours, the subway was crammed with bodies and our luggage, and the church was four D.C. blocks away from our stop on foot with over fifty pound bags. I started out my Alternative Spring Break in the nation’s capital cranky, tired, hungry, and inevitably thinking, “Is this real life?”

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I get snow respect at all

The University of Michigan-Dearborn’s facilities management has had to resort to budget rearrangements in order to manage the excessive amount of snow this winter, the grounds manager told the Michigan Journal on Friday.

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