The Michigan Review is the Journal of Campus Affairs at the University of Michigan. Since its inception in 1982, the paper has served as a voice of students. The Review, published biweekly, is funded primarily by grants from the Collegiate Network, donations, and by advertising revenue.
National media routinely turn to Michigan Review editors for their perspective on university issues. Review editors have been quoted in The New York Times, The Washington Post, and numerous other newspapers, and have discussed affirmative action on CBS's 60 Minutes, the BBC World Service, and on various local television and radio programs.
Review alumni have achieved some measure of success in the national arena, working for such media outlets as National Review, The Weekly Standard, The American Spectator, The Hill, and Investor's Business Daily, and writing speeches for President George W. Bush. A large percentage of Review alumni become lawyers. Review alumni have also gone on to very successful careers in business and other fields.