BY THE STATEMENT MAGAZINE
The Statement explore consumer culture on campus.
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BY ADAM DEPOLLO
While the circumstances surrounding these moves are unique to each situation, the fact that local fixtures like Seva and Blimpy Burger are finding themselves uprooted from their longtime homes shows that one thing is certain: Ann Arbor is changing, and the independent businesses that help make the city unique are, at least in some cases, being pushed out in the process.
BY VIRGINIA LOZANO
Skateboarding has been an uprising interest in the city of Toluca, Mexico and its surrounding pueblos. One of the main contributors for its recent popularity is the Zarape Skateshop that opened up in 2013.
BY THE STATEMENT MAGAZINE
The Statement Magazine delves into the traditions that make Ann Arbor unique.
BY MARGO LEVY
What do former-President Gerald Ford and Denard Robinson have in common? To start, they both attended the University. While here, they also both played on the football team. Finally, their senior year extracurricular overlapped — they were both members of The Order of Angell.
BY SHOHAM GEVA
On the corner of Washtenaw Avenue and Hill Street, in the middle of George Washington Park, stands a gaudy paint-covered rock. The Rock, now capital R, is a monument to hundreds, if not thousands, of different student organizations.
The Statement is The Michigan Daily's weekly news magazine, distributed every Wednesday during the academic year.
BY AMABEL KAROUB
On Tuesday afternoon, Public Policy senior Daniel Morales sat in Starbucks with his leather-clad laptop in front of him. He seemed to speak without breathing, flowing from topic to topic as if someone might try to silence him at any moment.
BY MARIAM SHEIKH
“So you’re a freshman, right?”
BY MAX RADWIN
In August, Woody Allen’s latest film “Magic in the Moonlight” made its big screen debut. Unlike Allen’s previous work, this time, there are talks of boycotting it.
Last February, his daughter Dylan Farrow wrote an open letter published in the New York Times describing a childhood marred by sexual abuse at the hands of her father.
BY BROOKE GABRIEL
Parents’ Weekend, 2011: a younger me in a sassy black dress and red lipstick does her best to keep from shaking as no less than three grown-ass men take their day out on her.
BY CAROLYN GEARIG
While most students are asleep at 9 a.m. on Saturdays, LSA sophomore Sara Cusack can often be found trekking across downtown Ann Arbor to the weekly Kiwanis Thrift Sale.
“I don’t typically buy my clothes new, but I put a lot of effort into finding them,” she said. “I like not knowing what I’m going to get.”
BY MICHAEL SUGERMAN
Editor's note: Some names have been changed in this story due to safety and/or privacy concerns.
It was pitch black. Quiet, excluding excited whispers and hurried footsteps. A group of five was circling the Big House, with a simple mission: get in.