The Communicator

Cao, who is half-Filipino and half-Vietnamese, originally lived in a small town in Wisconsin, where he was the only Asian student at his school. In comparison, Ann Arbor has allowed him to connect with students of Asian backgrounds.

Not Your Model Minority

February 17, 2020

Freshmen Maddie Wallace and Filipe Teixeira wait for the show to begin. Both students are part of the Coron forum, and they enjoyed the movie “Selma” immensely. Teixeira said that the show made him feel close to tears, and Wallace was most moved by the scene of brutal beatings on the Edmund Pettus Bridge.

Not Just a Part of History

February 16, 2017

Audience clapping

Color On The Screen

January 6, 2016

Lessons From a Journalist

Melanie Langa

October 22, 2010

Listen to Melanie read her essay below. Michele Norris Michele Norris, radio journalist and host of NPR’s program “All Things Considered,” spoke at Borders on Liberty St. Monday October 18. “All Things Considered” is a reg...

Less Than An Hour Away

Eva Hattie L. Schueler

May 18, 2010

I have lived in Ann Arbor my entire life; which means my entire life, I have lived less than an hour away from Detroit. I've never really thought about this before. I mean, sure, I've driven through Detroit multiple times on the...

Diversity at Community

Diversity at Community

April 11, 2010