Johanna Hanink wraps up the Royal Shakespeare Company residence in her column today – complaining that the multitude of educational events and classes aside, UMS kept Rushdie and the cast carefully sequestered away from the meddling public. What she doesn’t note: the cast participated in a number of peace protests, which was a nice surprise […]
Lest I delude anyone, although the University Party is dominated by a small group of conservatives, Students First is not without a conservative trying to pass for populist. Law students beware: the Law candidate for S1 is former Michigan Review editor Dustin C. Lee. Am I the only one who thinks it ironic Dustin called […]
I recieved the following email from University Party member Laura Lightbody. For the sake of fairness, I will post it here: “I am absolutely livid at the blatantly false e-mail message I received regarding the new University Party. E-mails are being sent out in mass quantities to various student organizations making absurd accusations on the […]
The FBI has a fleet of over 80 aircraft following around U.S. citizens … Also, I updated the MSA page.
Let me get this straight: the “U Party” wants a Taco Bell on campus, but students at Grand Valley State University want to get rid of it? I remember the day when resume-stuffing, wealthy, conservative white men actually took the time to create snappy campaign slogans (Wolverine Party: A 24 hour campaign for a 24 […]
Last year’s U-M School of Art and Design was arrested in Washington, D.C. Apparently, Duct Tape makes capital police suspicious. Also, Conyers has held a meeting to discuss impeaching Bush.
Generating buzz on campus: an insensitive email written by now-College Republicans Chair and U-Party MSA candidate Adam Haba. Also, an analysis of MSA voting by my friend Michael Simon conducted one year ago indicates three variable significantly impact who is likely to vote in student government elections: students who live in the dorms, are involved […]