BY ZACH SHAW
While student-athletes have their days scheduled by the minute, Basten said an injury could be detrimental to a student’s ability to balance schoolwork with the practices they still must attend.
BY SHOHAM GEVA
When I come home, my parents, native Hebrew speakers both, call me Shoham, sho-hom, s h o h a m. They pronounce it better than I ever have, or probably ever will.
BY LEVIN KIM
The Pursuit of Happiness is a new Michigan Daily Video series that explores the concept of happiness in our lives. In this first installment, students were asked to answer a simple question, “What makes you happy?”
BY CLAIRE BRYAN
If religion grants purpose and if a concept of purpose grants a successful life, then, like economic utils, fictional religious utils hold a valuable place in our world too.
The Statement is The Michigan Daily's weekly news magazine, distributed every Wednesday during the academic year.
BY AMANDA ALLEN
On Saturday January 24, 2015 I followed the teams competing in the Dandia Dhamaka Raas Competition, a competition between universities from across the United States in a form of traditional Indian dance.
BY LINDSEY SCULLEN
They’re looking to innovate the sport industry itself, the MSBC as a business and their professional selves. They’re looking to learn what it means to be a part of the sports industry and how to become successful within it.
BY JACKLYN THOMAS
I take pride in both sides of myself. I take pride in the rich histories that flow through me. Holiday meals range from kielbasa to chitlins.