Welcome to arts, ink., where our student columnists are given a forum to write about the arts and cultural thoughts that are on their minds! If you’re a U-M student interested in becoming a regular blogger, there may be a position available to get paid for your blogs! Read more about Blogging Opportunities here! Email … Continue reading Welcome to arts, ink.
People flocked to Hill Auditorium this past Saturday to celebrate the Michigan Bicentennial. Alumni from over the years came to speak at about where their maize and blue foundation took them. At the tribute, we saw appearances from Darren Criss, Sanjay Gupta, Cecilia Muñoz, and many more reputable names. (James Earl Jones unfortunately could not attend because of health reasons, … Continue reading People flocked to Hill Auditorium
I’ve been wanting to watch the Fast and Furious movies for a while, ever since Furious 7 came out and I saw tons of people ranking them and felt left out. And, since I’m a completist, I wasn’t going to be content just watching the ‘good ones’—people usually say that Fast Five is when the … Continue reading The Fast and Furious Films, Ranked
It is finals time again and there is a distinct sense of panic and stress. It is expressed in the groans after a new paper is announced and in quick steps of a student running from class to class. In the libraries, it pervades like a suffocating heaviness in the air. Everyone is intently scribbling … Continue reading Stress
Paper… the easy medium of all disciplines, but yet so underappreciated. Paper, like humans, come in a variety of personalities and characteristics. Papers who are fancier in makeup, like vellum, or weak, like trace. But they all have memory of our doings- might it be a fold, a doodle, or scripture. No matter how many … Continue reading Memoir
The Michigan G-Men hosted an astounding a cappella and sung word concert in Rackham Auditorium last Saturday. Introducing the show was the talented and quirky Midnight Book Club improv comedy group. They began the night off on a single word volunteered by an audience member; the word “banana” served as the foundation for the entire skit. From the animated personalities to … Continue reading The G-MEN
Well, there are only two episodes left of Girls, guys. I have a lot of thoughts about this season, so I thought I’d just go through some of the different characters and plot lines and share my thoughts about what I’m hoping for in the last two episodes. Should all four girls share any more … Continue reading What I’m Hoping for in the Last Two Episodes of Girls