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Thursday, May 7, 2015

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Columns

Libby Ashton: Go beyond tolerance

BY LIBBY ASHTON

I think that if we made an effort to treat others with respect rather than to meet their words with tolerance, we’d achieve a much greater understanding of one another and ourselves.

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Eaghan Davis: Activate activism

BY EAGHAN DAVIS

Michigan students, it’s time to react.

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Dar-Wei Chen: A (Cain)washed theory

BY DAR-WEI CHEN

Does Cain’s “brainwashed” theory make sense?

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Joe Sugiyama: What's another 2,000 miles?

BY JOE SUGIYAMA

A failure in the Keystone XL extension would undoubtedly have a significant impact on the acute region where the spill occurs, but the State Department is certain that an oil spill would not have a devastating effect on the entire aquifer systems.

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Harsha Nahata: Engage in meaningful debates

BY HARSHA NAHATA

I am pro-choice. But regardless of my personal beliefs, my problem with the protestors in the Diag wasn’t their stance, but how they chose to portray that stance.

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Matthew Green: Focus on relationships

BY MATTHEW GREEN

It’s not a groundbreaking observation that random hookups are commonplace on this campus. Many students accept meaningless hookups as the rule, with relationships as the exception.

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Michelle DeWitt: Living life online

BY MICHELLE DEWITT

While Facebook executives like Mark Zuckerberg are enthused about the changes to come and view them as a logical progression for the site, I can’t help but wonder about the societal implications of putting virtually every aspect of life online.

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