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Friday, March 27, 2015

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Columns

Matthew Green: Foreign roots

BY MATTHEW GREEN

It’s a poetic, all-purpose sort of metaphor — that suffering gives you character, and the best things in life come from hard work. But for me, it’s a poignant symbol for my semester abroad.

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Neill Mohammad: A course in irony

BY NEILL MOHAMMAD

Of all the challenges I expected to be wrapped up in teaching a course for Michigan students in Washington, D.C. last fall a suffocating sense of irony and despair was not among them.

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Editor's Note: Connecting the Daily with you

BY STEPHANIE STEINBERG

The Michigan Daily is here to guide you through the year and keep you up-to-date on the latest campus news.

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Jonathan Aylward: Customer disservice

BY JONATHAN AYLWARD

Bumper stickers everywhere proclaim “Buy American.” What a brilliant way to shift the blame away from those that truly affect the economy. A more thoughtful attempt at bumper politics would read “Employ American.”

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Anna Clements: Soft on crime

BY ANNA CLEMENTS

If interests lie in reducing recidivism and cutting crime in general, then arguing over the harshness of punishments is not the correct mindset to evaluate the penal system.

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Anna Clements: Awareness Abroad

BY ANNA CLEMENTS

When students go abroad to volunteer, what are their motives?

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Nick Bringardner: Stale sustainability

BY NICK BRINGARDNER

We're very satisfied whenever we mention our responsible choices, but sometimes that stinks of arrogance.

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