BY ANDREW ECKHOUS
From Ann Arbor to Atlanta — welcome to the road trip from hell.
BY ZOE STAHL
Both a cab driver and friend, Nordin reminds me that as the poor get poorer and the rich get richer, some still do believe.
BY JAMES BRENNAN
Our ambitions and dreams, as much as they drive us, may very well be our downfall. As we continue to sacrifice more just to get ahead, we’re essentially setting ourselves up for a Faustian bargain.
BY HEMA KARUNAKARAM
In light of recent events, for many, student government may no longer be one of those resources. But plenty of other resources are just a quick Google search away.
BY PATRICK MAILLET
Our democratic system is slowly but surely being auctioned off to the highest bidder. We need to reinstate some sort of order to a system that has become popularly known as the “wild, wild west.”
BY KEVIN MERSOL-BARG
Are forUM supporters willing to deny a group political power knowing it will degrade the democratic process? Their answer will help define the landscape of future student government elections and the common understanding of ethics in student leadership.
BY TIMOTHY BURROUGHS
The prompt seating of the next CSG president is overshadowed by the importance of ensuring the credibility of the election and its winner. Furthermore, this controversy shows that the new election code is effective and working and is preventing individuals from tampering and manipulating the process.
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