My words

by Hannah Harshe

Here is a pretty random assortment of a few of my favorite/more recent articles and podcast episodes that I’ve done! Click on the title to read or listen :)

For more of my work, follow me on Twitter @hannahharshe and check out Maize n Brew, Her Campus, SHEI Magazine, and The Michigan Daily.


Our first episode of football season!!! Give it a listen :)

An open letter to John Beilein: Thank you for everything

Our farewell — for now — of the best coach in the history of Michigan Men’s Basketball.

The commodification of art

My piece is on page 60 :)

Play in the dirt

“We go about the rest of our day without committing any unspoken criminal offenses.”

Here’s why I’ll always love Valentine’s Day— Even though I’m single AF

“The gifts all fade together, hiding in the back of my memory. All I know is that I loved Valentine’s Day: And that’s because each year, my mom was my Valentine.”

Views From Stadium Blvd: Out of the Woods

Latest podcast episode!!!!!! Lots to talk about from more busy summer Michigan moments.

I took dating advice from my teenage brother & here’s what happened

Sam’s suggestion: “Comment on Michigan’s page on ESPN that you’re looking for a date.”

Hope amid tragedy

“I expected the world to look different when I woke up last Wednesday.”

Why Nike really made Colin Kaepernick the face of its campaign

In 2018, Nike released a new marketing campaign, the face of which is Colin Kaepernick, the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback who Trump once called a “son of a bitch.”

A TL;DR guide to political activism for students who are too young to vote

“If you don’t like what the government is doing, get out there and vote!” This is a common sentiment in the United States. Voting is an awesome tool that US citizens have to affect the political system directly, but what if you’re too young to vote?

The Fab Five is Michigan’s Romeo & Juliet story

After almost fifteen years of being Michigan’s star-crossed lover, Chris Webber is finally coming home.

The fall of Victoria’s Secret

When I was 15 years old, I saw a post on Tumblr that said something along the lines of, “Why don’t gyms lock their TVs so they can only play the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show over and over? That would really inspire people to start pushing themselves harder.”

Knowing your rights when drinking underage

Although the legal drinking age in Michigan is 21, alcohol has somehow become as habitual to some underage students as avoiding the M on the diag.

Gender equity starts on the rugby field

If we treat women as second-class citizens when they’re on the rugby field, we can’t expect them to understand that they’re equal as soon as they enter the boardroom.