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Behind the Story

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Looking at the Numbers

News

TUESDAY:
By Design

WOLVE RINE OF THE WE E K

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THURSDAY:
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JoseJuan
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This lady visiting Umich w/ her
daughter tried to give her finished
plate to the lady cleaning the
table in the dining hall and she
goes: “what you think you at Red
Lobster?” Then walked away

Austin McCoy
@AustinMcCoy3

Welp, some of those
questions were racist
#UMDistrupting

snassidy
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oOOOOH BABY when you
get that class is cancelled
email <3 <3 <3 <3

UMich Catholics
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I was supposed to go work
out and instead I’m at
Bdubbs. Life comes at you
fast.

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Is your @UMichStudents texting about
U-M? Here’s how to tell:
LOL=Lots Of Lectures
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LAB=Leaders And Best
OMG= Oh Michigan’s Great
MSU= Must Study at Ugli
OSU= Gross

Sciuridae Michigania
@ArborSquirrel

Midterms got you stressed
out? Doubting yourself? You
can do this! You were meant
to be here! I believe in you!

CSG party profiles: Meet True Blue,
Arathi Sabada and Marriane Drysdale

In run-up to March elections, party platform calls for more safe and accessible campus

What are your plans for
spring break?

“Go back home
and then fill out
FAFSA and worry
about exams
that are going to
happen after the
break.”

LSA sophomore David
Geering

As students gear up for

the University of Michigan’s
Central Student Government
elections on March 21 and
22, The Daily sat down with
executive candidates to talk
platforms, vision, and plans. In
this installment, we profile the
True Blue party, headlined by
presidential candidate Arathi
Sabada and vice presidential
candidate Marianne Drysdale.

Business
junior
Arathi

Sabada, True Blue’s presidential
candidate, got involved with

Central Student Government
almost as soon as she stepped
onto campus her freshman year.
She decided it was time to run
for president after seeing the
importance of engaging with the
student body.

“I got involved with CSG my

first semester freshman year so it
was a very new experience, and I
had so many incredible mentors,
and it gave me an amazing
platform to work on issues I saw
on campus,” Sabada said. “When
I was going through tough times,
CSG really helped me in terms of
programs that it had, so seeing
what the platform did for me
and seeing what it could do for

other students in terms of the
work (was important). I did a lot
of work in terms of supporting
student
organizations
with

food
insecurity
on
campus

and seeing how powerful the
platform was, and feeling like I
had the experience to lead that
organization is what inspired
me to run. I also just really love
engaging with different student
organizations and talking to
students on the Diag in my role as
a former executive member, and
working on a couple campaigns,
that was something I was really
looking forward to doing and
inspired me to run.”

LSA sophomore Marianne

Drysdale, True Blue’s vice
presidential candidate, said
she felt like CSG was her
first real community on
campus, and felt compelled
to run this semester after
thinking about the impact
the body has had on her own
experience.

“When I came to campus

as a freshman, I knew that I
wanted to get involved but I
had no idea what I wanted
to get involved in so I was
definitely the kid at Festifall
talking
to
every
single

booth,” Drysdale said. “I
spent first semester feeling
like really involved, but
spending a lot of hours doing
a lot of nothing, I felt like I
wasn’t involved in anything
that was really a tight-knit
community. So when I ran on
the campaign for CSG it was
like the first moment where
I was like, ‘Woah,’ I feel
like I’m touching this really
important work … Right now
I’m a (CSG) chair position
for communications, which
is a lot of making sure
students are engaging in

student government and student
government is engaging with
students, which is a lot of what
an executive position is. I also
knew Arathi through working
on the campaign last year,
and when I found out she was
running I was really excited
to work on her campaign in
whatever capacity possible and
then the opportunity presented
itself to be VP, and I took a
minute to think about it and I
thought, ‘You know, this is really
something I could see myself
doing and liking’ so it was totally
unexpected.”

Sabada said one of her party’s

main policy points has to do
with food insecurity. She is also
committed to improving overall
student experience.

“There’s not a lot of grocery

stores in the area. It’s really
hard to have access to healthy
and affordable food and I think
there’s so many great orgs who
are doing so much amazing work
on campus, from Maize and Blue
Cupboard to the Food Insecurity
Taskforce, (and) I think CSG
would be a really great way to
scale up that work,” she said.
“One thing that I’m really
excited
about
is
potentially

hosting a pop-up grocery store
in partnership with a local
grocery store where they could
come to campus and students
could purchase that fresh and
affordable produce as a shorter
term initiative, and definitely
working towards a longer-term
initiative — eventually opening
up a grocery store on campus
where students can buy that
healthy and affordable food, is
something we’re really excited

KAELA THEUT
Daily News Editor

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