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To Change or Remain, University Officials Grapple with DeVos’ Guidance

          A sorority member at the University of Michigan. “A dark basement, and the music is super loud. Everyone is sweaty but nobody seems to care, and the room reeks of cheap vodka. People are usually dancing, sometimes up on elevated surfaces like tables, or making out against the walls.” This […]

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I Believe, reprise

For the most part, I stick by my original “I Believe” Statements. I think that the core of what I wrote stands true, but I think I’ve learned a lot this semester and I would either add or slightly enhance some of those original statements. I believe that writing for the general public should serve […]

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Press Access & Environmental Coverage in the Trump Era

In the EENews piece, Camille von Kaenel mentions that Rep. Debbie Dingell’s request to tour the EPA’s National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory in Ann Arbor in March, and was originally turned down – with the Lab stating that it had no political chaperones around. The Detroit News article also mentions that Dingell’s first request to visit the […]

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