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Saturday, May 30, 2015

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Sydney Hartle: Put yourself out there

BY SYDNEY HARTLE

If you haven’t taken the opportunity to share something you’ve made with others, college might be a good time to try it. It’s horrible and incredible and I highly recommend it.

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Jesse Klein: Leaving my sanctuary

BY JESSE KLEIN

Just like the rooms I vacate every May, someone else will move in and make it their sanctuary. And I will come back and stand outside, looking in the windows and reminisce.

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Victoria Noble: What are you reading?

BY VICTORIA NOBLE

Our college education is largely focused on learning course material in preparation of work in business, engineering, public service, medicine, law or the wide variety of fields University graduates work in after college. But our education is also meant to prepare us to be thoughtful, critical and knowledgeable citizens.

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Abby Taskier: Advice on defining your own success and quieting the self

BY ABBY TASKIER

I believe that in order to achieve personal success, a success defined by you and only you, you must distance yourself from preconceptions, from the notion that to be happy is to be the best.

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David Harris: Silence

BY DAVID HARRIS

I never ended up getting a new pair of headphones. I never needed to. I learned to enjoy the moments, the walks, the only time in days not filled with studying and meetings and occasionally sleep.

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Michael Schramm: Finding the peanut butter to your jelly

BY MICHAEL SCHRAMM

We’re not completely rational, but economics can still help us explain why we choose to consume certain things over others.

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Rabab Jafri: Where is hoMe?

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BY RABAB JAFRI

I am asking the University to do the right thing and protect its students instead of shying away from its responsibilities. I am asking students at this University to recognize that your fellow Wolverines are hurting.

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