If you have walked by the Liberty Street Borders since Friday, you saw some people with petitions. The Ann Arbor News ran this story today about the new union which is trying to negociate their first contract. The story quotes an organizer saying “We’re going to do whatever it takes, up to and including a […]

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The two best accounts I could find of how the oral arguments went today in the U-M admissions lawsuits are the New York Times’ story “On affirmative action, high court seeks nuance”, and MSNBC’s “High court weighs affirmative action”. Overall, it sounds like the arguments went well since both articles conclude the justices’ questions seemed […]

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This post is a bit late due to technical difficulties out of my control.Over 800 U-M students loaded 11 MSA and SSAA busses, and 4 BAMN busses last night to travel to Washington, D.C. to participate in a protest rally at the Supreme Court. Here’s a Washington Post story about the U-M campus filed yesterday. […]

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Although I appreciate the link to this site on IGoBlue.com, I’d like to make clear there is no connection between myself and that website. The list of services they are advertising sounds promising, but the sheer number of advertisements makes me suspect it’s someone’s idea of a money making venture. Also, today is the Student […]

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The members of the Michigan Student Assembly and Students Supporting Affirmative Action who had been using MSA chambers to organize the busses to D.C. over the weekend were kicked out of the MSA offices this afternoon. I’m not exactly sure what happened, but I find it odd – especially since MSA voted to supported affirmative […]

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The California State Fullerton campus’ student newspaper the Titan has sent a reporter to Iraq as an ’embedded’ correspondent. His most recent article is about troops building prisons in the south of Iraq. Great work, Operation “Iraqi Freedom.”

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