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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

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Columns

Nicholas Clift: Attack of the killer soap

BY NICHOLAS CLIFT

While the University has commendably stepped up its efforts to control the spread of disease following the outbreak of H1N1, its methods may be having the opposite effect in the long run.

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Rachel Van Gilder: Big House smoking ban stinks

BY RACHEL VAN GILDER

While I might selfishly enjoy freedom from the smell of cigarettes, the libertarian in me says that the ban is overkill and won’t work.

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Anna Paone: Postcards from Jersey

BY ANNA PAONE

When I come home to the Northeast and re-assimilate in all ways but my politics, I remember my friends — Catholic, pro-life, and those who are neither — in Ann Arbor and I carry them like a talisman on my New “Yawk” heart.

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Tyler Jones: Detroit, America's front lines

BY TYLER JONES

The death of Aiyana Jones must bring together the citizens of Detroit as well as the police against a common enemy: violence.

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Erika Mayer: An ocean's worth of differences

BY ERIKA MAYER

Accents and a large ocean aren't the only things that separate Americans and Brits.

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Carolyn Lusch: Progress at Last

BY CAROLYN LUSCH

There’s something missing in Metro Detroit, something that state and local officials overlooked during decades of highway construction and maintenance.

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Tommaso Pavone: Hands in the oil jar

BY TOMMASO PAVONE

We have a responsibility to let our government know that there are consequences when you’re caught with your hands in the oil jar.

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