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Makenzie Schroeder

Makenzie Schroeder
I am Makenzie Schroeder, currently an undergraduate at UM-Flint studying Anthropology and Political Science. Although I may just seem like an average college student, I am actually a lover of classic novels, dancing, and pizza.

#Resist: a political debate with positive intentions, but a negative result

On Thursday, Feb. 16, #Resist: a debate about tactics, methods, and means in precarious political times was held in Michigan Room B at 5:30 p.m. The event was presented by UM-Flint’s political science department, Pi Sigma Alpha, Students for Free-Thought, the philosophy club, the debate team, and the communication department. …

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Phi Beta Sigma hosts annual White Carnation Scholarship Ball

The Epsilon Mu Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma fraternity, incorporated, hosted their second annual White Carnation Scholarship Ball on Thursday, Nov. 17 at 7 p.m. in the Michigan rooms. Featuring a few speeches, pasta, awards, and scholarships, guests were entertained by the friendly and passionate attitude of the fraternity. To …

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