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Sunday, April 19, 2015

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Cover by Megan Mulholland

The Statement Magazine: Students of the Year 2014-2015

BY STATEMENT STAFF

A president, some Nobel Prize winners, a few Internet moguls, and Darth Vader — there is a high precedent set for students who graduate from the University. But somehow students find their way and then some, going from scared, M-planner-toting freshmen to leaders, innovators, and activists in a few short years.

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'Wherever We Stand': Pro-Israel groups and the campus divide

Cover by Jake Wellins

BY JAMES BRENNAN

Israel-Palestine is a polarizing topic on any campus, but this is exacerbated at the University of Michigan, a school equally known for its radical activism and vibrant Jewish community (two traits not mutually exclusive).

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Rethinking Ross: The unglamorous realities of a business school education

Cover by Luna Anna Archey

BY ZACH SHAW

Always at the forefront of academic prestige and success, the school now finds itself at the forefront of a much less desirable position. The negative internal and external perceptions of the Business School are mounting, and the school must find a way to respond.

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The Statement Magazine: The Literary Issue 2015

Cover by Megan Mulholland

BY STATEMENT STAFF

Ernest Hemingway once said, “There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed.”

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The Statement is The Michigan Daily's weekly news magazine, distributed every Wednesday during the academic year.

The Statement: Photos of the Year

BY LUNA ANNA ARCHEY

Armed with a camera, a good sense of timing, and a keen observational ability, these photographers capture student life at its most thrilling, most inspiring, and sometimes most banal. Interspersed through our pages are our Photos of the Year. Happy viewing.

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Cover by Luna Anna Archey

Cost of the Experience: Students' spending habits at the 'U'

BY WILL GREENBERG

$6,406. On top of tuition, books, and everyday living expenses, an average student will spend this amount on social expenses during their four years here. $6,406. That’s the amount it costs to truly experience social life at the University.

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Cover by Ruby Wallau and Luna Anna Archey

Challenging the Checkbox: Experiences of the Arab-American community on campus

BY IAN DILLINGHAM AND RUBY WALLAU

Finding support for a community that is not recognized in many official capacities can prove challenging.

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