I am looking to apply to the University of Michigan this fall. I have a 34 ACT, founder/president of school club, varsity wrestling captain 2yrs, varsity football 3yrs, powerlifting 2 years, jazz band, symphonic band, honors band, marching band, quiz bowl, 3.96 UW GPA, 6 AP classes, volunteering, summer job, but I received a suspension my freshman year for sexual harassment which I completely deserved and am fully ready to admit my wrongdoing for, and I honestly grew from ( it snapped me into reality for the first time and showed me how actions have consequences, and I haven't been the same since), however I also was suspended my junior year for one day for a "cyberbullying" incident (a satirical video for a school project) that had no intention of hurting anyone's feelings and where I was the sole person in a group of 5+ people that apologized to the people being satirized outside of a school setting. I know that showing my regret for one suspension and explaining how I grew from it and became a better person won't negatively affect my chances that badly, but two suspensions seems like I'm screwed. The second suspension was taken off my record (only the principal can see) but I still feel like I should say something about it, however I feel like it will ruin my chances and U-M is the only place I want to go, however naive that is. Advice?