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Friday, February 27, 2015

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Columns

Erik Torenberg: Innovation and the humanities

BY ERIK TORENBERG

Narrowly focusing on professional skills while abandoning liberal arts values is, in fact, counterintuitive.

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Vanessa Rychlinski: Not weird enough

BY VANESSA RYCHLINSKI

In all seriousness, the RC prides itself on being a haven for the diversity of its members. If your flavor of nuts includes neatly labeling yourself with a lettered t-shirt, you shouldn't be excluded.

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Max Levenstein: Expand experience

BY MAX LEVENSTEIN

Sitting in the back seat with a car full of friends, I looked out the window at the houses that lined Grand Avenue just south of Interstate 94 and thought to myself how incredibly lucky I am to not live in such poverty.

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Blake Obi: Rethinking activism

BY BLAKE OBI

How is a flyer going to benefit anything when there is a good chance it will end up in the garbage two feet away?

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Jonathan Aylward: Investment woes

BY JONATHAN AYLWARD

Sadly, it turns out that by just attending the University of Michigan I've been supporting exactly the kinds of companies and products to which I am morally opposed.

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Erik Torenberg: Analyzing affability

BY ERIK TORENBERG

We recognize people who are socially astute – who’s “with it”. Although it may take many forms, these people succeed.

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Erik Torenberg: Real Life University

BY ERIK TORENBERG

For a month, I’ll be experimenting with the people, projects and information I want to surround myself with, so that I can recreate it when all structure is taken away.

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