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Friday, July 31, 2015

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Jeremy Levy: Prioritize political reform

BY JEREMY LEVY

While we can’t revert to 1955 political conditions, there are many fundamental changes that can make the political system more responsive to the public.

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Daniel Chardell: A failing grade for Cantor

BY DANIEL CHARDELL

To tell you the truth, Cantor’s speech was pretty boring. The only part of his talk that I enjoyed, and the only part with any real substance, was the bit about his family history.

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Libby Ashton: Of the people, for the people

BY LIBBY ASHTON

The University is public. But I mean to say more than that some of the University’s funding is from the government. And it's more than just the University’s pride in its private-like standard of excellence, which allows it to compete aggressively with private schools whose students loudly profess that we’ll be pumping their gas someday.

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Nora Stephens: Open up to open housing

BY NORA STEPHENS

Most University students would agree that their housing experience has a significant impact on their day-to-day life. A typical student lives in a residential community for at least one year. I can say that though my freshman year roommate and I were not best friends, I always felt comfortable with my living situation in Couzens Residence Hall.

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Erik Torenberg: Ryan and Josh, revisited

BY ERIK TORENBERG

There are three main factors that have contributed to who Ryan and Josh are today and where they will go in the future: Upbringing, natural talents and interests and perceptions of success.

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Eaghan Davis: A defamer (allegedly) defamed

BY EAGHAN DAVIS

The very thought of this man, whose job was to protect the civil liberties of citizens of the state of Michigan, not degrade them, is repugnant.

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Joe Sugiyama: The most racist day of the year

BY JOE SUGIYAMA

Despite my ever-growing disdain for Halloween, I have to admit that the holiday does create a good forum to discuss larger societal issues that may otherwise be neglected.

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