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Monday, October 20, 2014

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Columns

Imran Syed: Spam imitating life

BY IMRAN SYED

I’ve received thousands of junk e-mails over the past few years, but one day this summer, I decided to sit down and actually read a few. Surprisingly, it proved worthwhile.

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Courtney Fletcher: Shoelace is a student

BY COURTNEY FLETCHER

While fan t-shirts are great in the fact that they recognize outstanding performance and reflect positively on Robinson, they pose a problem to the Athletic Department and the NCAA.

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Melanie Kruvelis: 41,000+ helping hands

BY MELANIE KRUVELIS

So thank you, Mr. 6’1”, 160-lb, dark-skinned male. Thank you for showing me that despite the large numbers, the University is indeed a close-knit community.

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Jeremy Levy: Finally, a reasonable rally

BY JEREMY LEVY

Given the recession and recent frequency of unruly protest, Jon Stewart's rally could be exactly what America needs.

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Patrick O'Mahen: The need for unionization

BY PATRICK O'MAHEN

Rachel Van Gilder, editorial page editor and fellow columnist, raised my blood pressure when she argued that unions are unnecessary and that Michigan should become a right-to-work state.

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Joe Sugiyama: It's a sober world after all...

BY JOE SUGIYAMA

It’s game day. I’m walking down an eerily quiet State Street. The bros are depressingly situated on their porches playing an exhilarating game of chess and praying for the end of this forsaken day.

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Tommaso Pavone: Renewed xenophobia

BY TOMMASO PAVONE

Nine years after the events of Sept. 11, 2001, it seems Muslims residing in democracies across the world are facing renewed xenophobia.

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