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December 05, 2018 (vol. 127, iss. 45) • Page Image 1

…Three students have been awarded the prestigious Marshall and Schwarzman scholarships to pursue graduate studies at universities in the United Kingdom and China during the upcoming academic year. LSA seniors Amanda Burcroff and Noah McNeal won the Marshall Scholarship, which provides up to 50 students from across the United States full funding to study at any U.K. institution in any field of choice. Business an...…

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…add value in terms of providing an alternative and in-demand transportation option for Ann Arbor,” Wondrash said. With the passage of the resolution, scooters are to be parked responsibly on sidewalks when not in use, not directly in the walking path or in any way impeding a pedestrian’s access. Though the resolution with Bird could potentially limit students’ abilities to ride more frequently, some students, like LS...…

December 05, 2018 (vol. 127, iss. 45) • Page Image 3

…is an attempt to connect students with the DEI program. Diversity peer educators, such as Lyons, work towards diversity and inclusion that is tailored to students’ experiences on campus. The NET plan was developed in response to multiple student organization requests, wanting to enhance their diversity and inclusion. Implementation of the NET plan would mean conducting demographic and climate surveys for stu...…

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…I n 2013, an undergraduate research project suggesting Oreos activated more of the brain’s pleasure centers than either cocaine or morphine set off a storm of media attention. However, the study was done in rats and never directly compared Oreos to either drug. Another blitz of media coverage, this time claiming cheese was as addictive as crack cocaine, was predicated on a study by associate professor Ashley Gearhardt, in the De...…

December 05, 2018 (vol. 127, iss. 45) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Daily — michigandaily.com Arts Wednesday, December 5, 2018 — 5A The best way I can describe my style is by using the words of rapper and feminist icon Princess Nokia. In an interview with The Guardian she said, “(I’m) not a typical clean-cut young lady, always a bit rough around the edges, always a bit messy … I didn’t wear the cute things girls wore at the time, I was on some baggy clothes, Harriet The Spy tomboy shit...…

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…Doing it the hard way EVANSTON — Maybe it was just a slip of the tongue. A minute into his press conference, trying to sum up a game in which his team played above its level yet still came up short, Northwestern coach Chris Collins offered the kind of statement you couldn’t have imagined anyone saying about Michigan a month ago. “We still fight back,” Collins said. “We take the lead, get it to the last two minutes again...…

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…What will Michigan make of its season? There’s really no other way to spin it: picking up only one point last weekend against a reeling Michigan State team is embarrass- ing. From top to bottom, there needs to be a sense of urgency from the No. 15 Michi- gan hockey team. There is no questioning the fight the team displayed over the weekend — but even though the individual effort was there, the results were not. In order to ...…

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…I ’ve never written about sex before. It’s always felt like a breach of some invisible social contract, like a taboo topic tip- toed around euphe- mistically because we can’t talk about the details: It’s too personal, too vulnerable, too awkward for your grandmother to hear you wrote an article about hook- ing up. I’ve always thrown sex into the category of things beyond my scope of personal, opin- ionated expertise,...…

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…Wednesday, December 5, 2018 // The Statement 3B I n this issue of The State- ment Magazine, we’re talking about sex. But to get a comprehensive view of the campus sexual landscape, we can’t simply rely on anecdotes and personal experiences. In an effort to get some quantita- tive information about student sexual activity, The Daily anon- ymously surveyed 11,000 ran- domly-selected students abouwt their experiences and percep- ti...…

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…None 1 or 2 per month 1 or 2 per week 3 to 4 per week 5 to 6 per week 7+ per week Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior 0 20 40 60 80 100 % How often do students have sex? 55% of students have used dating apps THE SEX SURVEY FRESHMAN 1 FRESHMAN 51% SENIOR 3 Design by Willa Hua and Casey Tin | Analysis by Robert Lesser, Parth Dhyani, Alice Liu This year, 1449 undergraduate students took The Statement’s annual sex survey. 41...…

December 05, 2018 (vol. 127, iss. 45) • Page Image 13

…F or LSA seniors Sarah Costello and Kayla Kaszyca, it was best friendship at first sight. Sarah and Kayla were roommates freshman year, randomly placed together in Alice Lloyd Residence Hall. They’ve lived together ever since, save for summers and a semester Sarah spent in Germany. “We just happened to get each other,” Sarah explained. “Week one, we were like, ‘We’re in love!’” Kayla joked. “By day two we were like, ‘O...…

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…Wednesday, December 5, 2018 // The Statement 7B A BRIEF HISTORY OF SEX ISSUE COVERS The first Statement Sex Issue ran in December 2012, with a cover piece about gay cruising in Ann Arbor. This would turn into an annual feature that has now run into its seventh year. 2013 2015 …

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…At 11:30 PM last night, after making the paper, The Michigan Daily senior class traveled an hour North to Davisburg, Michigan. Every year, the seniors get a tour of the Michigan Web Press where our papers are printed. We got to see the process from start to finish, from the first proof to the bounded stacks of newspaper. V I S U A L S T A T E M E N T : M i c h i g a n We b P r e s s photos: Amelia Cacchione and Evan Aaro...…

November 05, 2018 (vol. 128, iss. 24) • Page Image 1

…Mohamed Soumah, a University of Michigan custodian, is currently seeking refuge in the Ann Arbor Friends Meeting House to avoid deportation — he requires frequent dialysis due to a genetic kidney disease, and says he will die if deported. Soumah has lived in the U.S. for 15 years after immigrating from Guinea, and has been employed with no past criminal history. He was married to a U.S. citizen with whom he has two children, who ...…

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…and we were trying to see if there were similar programs at different universities that would just be studying class more broadly, and there weren’t any,” Schandevel said. “It’s another way to make sense of the world, and having a space to study it as its own minor gives it some credibility. And, hopefully, we’ll attract people across the country who are studying it in their own ways to come to the University and have this be a...…

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…The Michigan Daily — michigandaily.com Michigan in Color Monday, November 5, 2018— 3A Everything except the food If you know me, the last thing you’ll mistake me for is being a picky eater. Be it American food, Italian food, Chinese food or anything in between, I’ve probably tried it. Heck, I’ve even eaten fried silk worms in Thailand — trust me, they’re actually pretty good. But for whatever reason, the one food I never liked grow...…

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…T he 2018 November election will be closely watched across the country for the impact it will have at the state and federal levels, but even here in Ann Arbor, voters will have the opportunity to cast a vote with a long-lasting impact on our city. Appearing on Ann Arbor ballots is Proposal A, which concerns a city-owned plot of land, popularly called the “Library Lot,” adjacent to the downtown branch of the Ann Arbor Distri...…

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…The phrase “always a bridesmaid, never a bride” instantly comes to mind upon reading Busy Philipps’s (“I Feel Pretty”) filmography. She has built a lengthy and impressive career playing the best friend or another member of the ensemble. Despite being featured in movies and television now considered pop culture milestones like “White Chicks” or “Freaks and Geeks,” she has never helmed her own vehicle, which is why it seemed...…

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…“Twenty-five years ago, I killed my mother.” It is with this jarring line that Sarah Zettel first introduces readers to the chaotic world of the Monroe sisters in her latest novel, “The Other Sister.” The story is told from the perspectives of Geraldine and Marie Monroe as they reconnect after years apart following the suspicious death of their mother. Geraldine believes she is responsible for her mother’s death, but the true d...…

November 05, 2018 (vol. 128, iss. 24) • Page Image 7

…Season of grudges The Michigan football team has had success this season by holding vendettas against any and all opponents » Page 2B Tune-up Cruise The Wolverines blew out Division II Northwood, 90-58, in a tune-up exhibition game on Friday. » Page 3B SPORTSMONDAY The Michigan Daily | michigandaily.com | November 5, 2018 Design by Jack Silberman Katelyn Mulcahy & Amelia Cacchione/ Daily Wolverines dominate Nittany Lions The Mi...…

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…2B — November 5, 2018 SportsMonday The Michigan Daily — michigandaily.com The season of grudges A few weeks ago, Jim Harbaugh stood in front of his team after a course- defining 21-7 win at Michigan State and said a few words. He started by saying it may have been his biggest win ever, that he had never had a bigger win than that. Then he thanked his players. “On a personal note,” Harbaugh said, “I can’t tell you how many g...…

November 05, 2018 (vol. 128, iss. 24) • Page Image 9

…Michigan dominates Northwood in exhibition As far as sporting events go, preseason exhibitions are amongst the most predictable. This one was no different. The No. 19 Michigan men’s basketball team thumped Division II Northwood, 90-58, on Friday night in its lone exhibition game before Tuesday’s opener against Norfolk State. The Wolverines jumped out to an early lead, hitting seven of their first 10 field goals, and ne...…

October 05, 2018 (vol. 128, iss. 5) • Page Image 1

…There were a few Snapchatt- able moments on campus Thursday. One of them was a visit from University alum Steve Horowitz, vice president of technology at Snapchat, who gave the annual School of Information’s Homecoming lecture as part of the William Warner Bishop Lectureship Fund. Horowitz discussed the tech provider’s new advancements and his professional experience. In his lecture, attended by more than 2...…

October 05, 2018 (vol. 128, iss. 5) • Page Image 2

…Coleman, launched the campaign in 2013, and more than 382,000 donors have contributed since. The $5 billion in funds includes $1.1 billion for student support, surpassing the campaign’s designated $1 billion goal. Schlissel emphasized the importance of the school’s $11 billion endowment and fundraising efforts like the Victors campaign to the University and its reputation. “The difference between Michigan being a v...…

October 05, 2018 (vol. 128, iss. 5) • Page Image 3

…Health Sciences at the University of Michigan, said lead exposure can lead to inattention and behavioral issues. “Especially the neurocognition effects; I think that’s where everyone focuses their attention these days, again, which can lead to all inattention, (trouble in school) and so on,” Nriagu said. The Detroit Public Schools district announced in August that it was shutting off its water sources because of hi...…

October 05, 2018 (vol. 128, iss. 5) • Page Image 4

…“S tates are where all the action in domestic policymaking is.” This is what I learned from Jenna Bednar, a University of Michigan political science professor and specialist on federalism, when I sat down with her this week. We agreed that state elections are extraordinarily important and are often underrepresented in our country. Much of our country’s policy either originates from or is informed by state and local ...…

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…The Michigan Daily — michigandaily.com Arts Friday, October 5, 2018 — 5A By Paul Coulter ©2018 Tribune Content Agency, LLC 10/05/18 Los Angeles Times Daily Crossword Puzzle Edited by Rich Norris and Joyce Nichols Lewis 10/05/18 ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: Release Date: Friday, October 5, 2018 ACROSS 1 Take to the cleaners 5 Lay low 8 Pretty companion? 14 Windows alternative 15 Drop the ball 16 Dragster’s wheels 17 Wedding ring? 18 Cl...…

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…Walking into the Javits Center, I immediately felt safe. There was something oddly comforting about this year’s location of RuPaul’s DragCon, an annual convention that caters toward fans of VH1’s award-winning “RuPaul’s Drag Race” and general devotees to drag culture. Enclosed within Javits’s glass walls and industrial architecture were convention- goers of all ages, abilities, genders, sexual orientations, racial and ethnic back...…

October 05, 2018 (vol. 128, iss. 5) • Page Image 8

…FootballSaturday, October 5, 2018 2B STAFF PICKS The Daily football writers pick against the spread for top-25 and Big Ten teams. Mark Calcagno Max Marcovitch Mike Persak Ethan Wolfe No. 1 Alabama (-35) at Arkansas Alabama Alabama Arkansas Alabama Alabama Vanderbilt at No. 2 Georgia (-27) Georgia Georgia Vanderbilt Georgia Georgia Indiana at No. 3 Ohio State (-26) Ohio State Ohio State Indiana Ohio State Ohio State No. 4 Clemson (-20...…

October 05, 2018 (vol. 128, iss. 5) • Page Image 9

…3B TheMichiganDaily, www.michigandaily.com Behind Enemy Lines: A conversation with a Maryland football beat writer By MIKE PERSAK Managing Sports Editor The Michigan football team did what it was supposed to over its last four games. Against Western Michigan, SMU, Nebraska and Northwestern, the 15th-ranked Wolverines (4-1 overall, 2-0 Big Ten) took care of business, though last week’s win over the Wildcats was closer than most ...…

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…TheMichiganDaily, www.michigandaily.com FootballSaturday, October 5, 2018 4B A ndrew Robinson remembers his debut for the Michigan football team. You probably don’t. In the penultimate game of the 2015 regular season at Penn State, starting long snapper Scott Sypniewski was sidelined with an injury. So it was Robinson, then a redshirt freshman, who quietly filled in and executed — his first of just five career appearances. The f...…

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…Bradley, encouraged by his brother, found a home at Ohio State where he’s now a junior. For two brothers at rival schools — with a father who is a Michigan State grad, nonetheless — their bond is less competitive than imagined. “They both compete with each other, but they’re also super close and they mentor each other,” Brad said. “A lot of things Andrew has gone through, Bradley has been able to grow and see how it is.” There are ...…

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…FootballSaturday, October 5, 2018 6B Breakdown: Michigan vs. Maryland By MAX MARCOVITCH Daily Sports Editor There is quite a bit of noise swirling around Maryland football right now. This preview will choose to focus on the field, aimed at the team that will be traveling to Ann Arbor to play Michigan on Saturday. But there is plenty to read about the rest, most of which is not good. The Terrapins come into the game a confoundin...…

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…7B TheMichiganDaily, www.michigandaily.com Playing at home this weekend will likely help cure some of those struggles. In three home games, Patterson has completed 72 percent of his passes, totaling 482 yards and seven touchdown passes. In two road games, he’s yet to throw for a touchdown. Some of that may be contingent on strength of opponent, sure. This weekend will help answer as to how much. Maryland’s pass defense allows rough...…

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…FootballSaturday, October 5, 2018 8B What to Watch For: Maryland By MARK CALCAGNO Daily Sports Editor On Saturday, the Michigan football team is back home, where it has dominated all three of its opponents this season. The last of these opponents was Nebraska, which the Wolverines drubbed, 56-10, in a game that was essentially over halfway through the first quarter. But last week, Michigan traveled to Northwestern — ...…

September 05, 2018 (vol. 127, iss. 128) • Page Image 1

…While you were away, you may have missed some big stories out of Ann Arbor. This week The Daily will be publishing recaps of the summer’s breaking news. Over the summer, Ann Arbor City Council voted to change zoning codes related to Greek life houses in Ann Arbor. The zoning codes, approved during the July 16 council session, would require new fraternities and sororities to maintain affiliation with the University of Michi...…

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…LSA junior, explained recent updates intended to improve accommodations for students with dietary restrictions in the University dining halls. From listing ingredients listed for each food item to EpiPen training administered to all dining staff, these changes aim to make all students comfortable eating in the dining halls regardless of diet. It was also announced that hydration stations will be available again th...…

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…expansion within the city. If the fraternity or sorority loses its University affiliation in the future, it can apply for a two-year special exception to prevent loss of its house. Some residents thought new zoning codes would help facilitate better relations between Greek life and neighboring residents. Others saw it as unfair to the owners of the houses and unclear as to who would be affected under the new guideli...…

September 05, 2018 (vol. 127, iss. 128) • Page Image 4

…Opinion The Michigan Daily — michigandaily.com 4A — Wednesday, September 5, 2018 Emma Chang Ben Charlson Joel Danilewitz Samantha Goldstein Elena Hubbell Emily Huhman Tara Jayaram Jeremy Kaplan Sarah Khan Lucas Maiman Magdalena Mihaylova Ellery Rosenzweig Jason Rowland Anu Roy-Chaudhury Alex Satola Ali Safawi Ashley Zhang DAYTON HARE Managing Editor 420 Maynard St. Ann Arbor, MI 48109 tothedaily@michigandaily.com Edited and managed by...…

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…VISIT JIMMYJOHNS.COM TO FIND A LOCATION NEAR YOU From the producers of Distant Worlds: music from FINAL FANTASY Saturday, September 29th -- 8pm Rackham Auditorium Featuring pianist Benyamin Nuss and the New World Players, conducted by Eric Roth VIP Meet & Greet after the show! Tickets on sale now at ffnewworld.com! Comedy catharsis COMEDY COLUMN In the past couple of years, TV shows have started to portray mental health — sp...…

September 05, 2018 (vol. 127, iss. 128) • Page Image 6

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…The Michigan Daily — michigandaily.com Sports Wednesday, September 5, 2018 — 7A Hawkins settled in as replacement for Metellus Sophomore safety Brad Hawkins saw the ball go up. He turned his hips, his eyes fixated on the opportunity that he’d long awaited. “(I) thought it was mine,” Hawkins said Tuesday. Of course, it wasn’t. Instead, Notre Dame receiver Chris Finke leapt over Hawkins’ back, snatching a 43-yard touchdown that ...…

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…T here are times when you just can’t get it right, and then there are times when you learn you haven’t been getting it right your entire life. This summer I learned the difference between accuracy and precision. The lesson came in the form of a centuries- old folk song. It’s estimated “House of the Rising Sun” has been covered well over a hundred times, and I made it my mission these past few months to find the very best version....…

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