What happened in the past week at the ? The Michigan Journal brings us up to speed.
Student Life Can’t Live at UM-Dearborn
Is the University of Michigan-Dearborn not living up to student life needs? In an opinion piece, student Kristen Golembiewski tackles the tough question of why students don't get involved on campus.
UM-D Professor Ronald Stockton's 'Muslim Graves'
The political science professor speaks about his exhibit of photographs of Muslim graves of Southeast Michigan. The show is on display on the second floor of the Mardigian Library on campus through May 6. He will .
Lt. Dan Choi Speaks of DADT on Campus
“There’s paranoia that a soldier should not have to go through, when you’re on the front lines, and you’re sacrificing doubly,” said Lt. Choi. “It’s also a feeling of isolation and loneliness of not being able to share your most intimate self with anybody in a way that comforts.”
Students Participate in Sexual Assault Awareness Month
A flash mob, a domestic violence expo, special programming on WUMD, and a social media chat meant to raise awareness of sexual assault culminated with a fundraising event at BlackFinn Restaurant and Saloon in Royal Oak. The event raised nearly $800 for Vista Maria.
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