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Neill Mohammad: The troubled 53%

BY NEILL MOHAMMAD

now anyone who objects to OWS’s self-appointment as the guardians of “99% of Americans” can now identify themselves with an even more exclusive club: “the 53% of Americans who pay income taxes.”

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Harsha Nahata: Another case for sustainability

BY HARSHA NAHATA

With so many people, sustainability is an obvious problem. The question becomes: Does the Earth have enough resources to provide for such a rapidly growing population?

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Leah Potkin: Fretting about the future

BY LEAH POTKIN

Recently, however, I realized that my current inability to answer the daunting “what do you want to do” question is not as terrible as it seems.

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Nora Stephens: Contemplate mindfulness

BY NORA STEPHENS

By concentrating exclusively on just “being,” even for a moment, we return from this moment more refreshed.

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Joel Batterman: Questioning the congressman

BY JOEL BATTERMAN

Cantor is coming to speak at the Michigan League next Monday, and I have to confess I’m anxious to ask him some questions.

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Dar-Wei Chen: A Commander and a President

BY DAR-WEI CHEN

For Obama, Gadhafi’s demise is the fourth-major foreign policy triumph.

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Jeremy Levy: Change anti-bullying attitudes

BY JEREMY LEVY

Looking beyond the zero-tolerance mindset of anti-bullying speeches, there is much less discussion of the real conflicts that public figures will grapple with surrounding the bullying issue.

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