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1960s civil rights activists discuss current movements

BY EMMA KINERY

A panel of three Jewish civil rights activists discussed their experiences combatting racism in the segregated South with about 100 members of the University community in Weill Hall Monday evening. The speakers paralleled their activism 50 years ago to current activist work centered around the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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Representatives debate Snyder budget

BY EMMA KINERY

The Michigan Legislature’s House and Senate Sub-Appropriation Committees on Higher Education each met Thursday morning to discuss the budget for the 2015-2016 fiscal calendar year.

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Wolverines hold position battle at the hot corner

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BY KEVIN SANTO

In the first 23 games this season, Montemarano started 19 games compared to Swearingen’s four. In the previous 13 games, the time spent at the hot corner has swayed in Swearingen’s favor.

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Viewpoint: A Jewish dissent on divestment

BY CARLY MANES

So while I didn’t dissent that day last March, I am dissenting now. I support SAFE’s resolution, I support economic sanctions on Israel and I support the validation of all narratives.

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Queer in Action: Eradicating pansexual erasure

BY EMMA MCGLASHEN

The online definition given by Merriam-Webster for the adjective “pansexual” reads, “exhibiting or implying many forms of sexual expression.” As a pansexual woman, the vague definition seems to parallel the uncertainty and confusion expressed by our country and also our campus in regard to non-monosexual terminology.

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Death Cab for Cutie bids longtime guitarist farewell with dreamy 'Kintsugi'

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Atlantic Records

BY REGAN DETWILER

Death Cab for Cutie’s latest release and eighth studio album, Kintsugi, is quite simply a solid album

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Ann Arbor's historic Old West Side maintains distinctive heritage, significant architecture

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BY LARA MOEHLMAN

The neighborhood is bounded by the South Main and Ann Arbor railroad tracks to the east; Crest, Soule and South Seventh streets to the west; West Washington Street to the north; and Pauline Boulevard to the south.

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University set to release survey on sexual assault in April

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BY MICHAEL SUGERMAN

Nearly three months after first announcing that the University would take part in a national survey gauging campus climate around sexual assault, University President Mark Schlissel e-mailed the student body Tuesday to reemphasize a release date in early April.

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Councilmembers discuss 2016-2017 budget options

5 hours ago

BY LARA MOEHLMAN

If the city continues existing operations through the 2017 fiscal year, Ann Arbor will experience a $72,262 budget deficit.

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Kelly Hall: It's time for a banner

BY KELLY HALL

Most of all, expect the faces of Michigan women’s basketball to look up at the rafters to see that 26th banner, and watch them be compelled to put another alongside it.

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DreamWorks Motion Pictures

'Home' is everything wrong with animated film

BY JACOB RICH

I walked out of “Home” about an hour in, so I couldn’t tell you how the story ends. I was not the first person to get up and leave this particular showing at the Ann Arbor Quality 16, nor do I surmise I was the last.

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Women's gymnastics captain Brooke Parker finds fit at Michigan

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BY CINDY YU

The senior from Lorton, Virginia transferred from Alabama after her sophomore year.

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