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Saturday, December 20, 2014

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Michael Schramm: Let's talk about Ferguson

BY MICHAEL SCHRAMM

I make absolutely no claims that I can understand the hardships that Blacks are experiencing while mourning the Ferguson case. However, from observing the pain, riots and injustice felt in the community, I feel the responsibility lies on more than just African Americans to speak on this case.

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Eli Cahan: The stuffing story

BY ELI CAHAN

Let me tell you a smidge of the story of the most neglected ingredient of your Thanksgiving feast. Oh, and I’ll apologize in advance for making you feel even more guilty than you probably already do for so enthusiastically commemorating the most fabulously gluttonous holiday on the calendar.

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Melissa Scholke: Rethinking mobility at Michigan

BY MELISSA SCHOLKE

Rather than endure the seasonal hazards, some students will choose encampment in the warm safety of dorms. For others, indoor confinement might seem like the only viable option.

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Derek Wolfe: A new age of audio

BY DEREK WOLFE

Although it has been around for years, I find the podcast to be a new, fresh way to educate myself on important, and even not so important, issues. It has a different vibe than radio and there clearly is a demand for it. This is a future I want to be a part of. Recently, I’ve begun to crave well-done storytelling. The podcast is a premiere medium for that. Besides, watching TV is overrated anyway.

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Maja Tosic: Final words to Myself, the University and my resilient Peers

BY MAJA TOSIC

This is my last column for The Michigan Daily. These are my parting words for myself, for this University and for the people that never cease to amaze me.

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Tyler Scott: What we need to hear

BY TYLER SCOTT

Before we take to the streets, we should figure out exactly what America needs to hear.

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Maura Levine: The next social injustice

BY MAURA LEVINE

Perhaps in another 50 years Ferguson will be a story of the distant past. People will rejoice in a newfound equality between all races. Football, then, will be the next injustice and violent theme we protest in this country. One can only hope.

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