Something that I have always been interested in is the idea of the after life and what a person actually sees before death and why. Because I do not have a particular religious belief on these ideas, I am always looking for stories with near death experiences or theories. The cliché that is most often [...]
It’s official – UM Athletic Director has announced that San Diego State’s Brady Hoke will be the Wolverines’ next head coach. Hoke lead the SDSU Aztecs to a winning record after more than 10 losing seasons. More importantly, though, he worked as a defensive line coach for Michigan for 8 years and later as assistant [...]
On January 12th 2010, the ground shook the Caribbean and took the lives of nearly 230,000 Haitian people. Leaders all around world stepped in and promised quick relief but, now, exactly one year later, around one million people still remain homeless, crowding what remains of the capital’s streets. President Obama issued the following statement on [...]
On Tuesday night, The Daily Show host Jon Stewart heralded the availability of the iPhone to Verizon Wireless customers.
Sexism is often viewed as extinct or at least dormant in this modern world of female CEO’s, politicians, and athletes. However sexist ideologies are still rampant in today’s society. Ideologies are most accurately described as a set of beliefs that an individual has, but does not necessarily register as conscious. Sexist images are being bombarded [...]
I’ve written before about being a Math and Womyn’s Studies major, mostly focusing on the how important the intersection of the two fields are to understanding the gendered nature of academia as well as why there may be fewer girls in math and sciences as a result of societal structures directing gendered bodies into specific [...]