BY PAUL SHERMAN
So, in the next year or so, stop talking about 2016. America is facing more pertinent issues right now. It's difficult for Congress to even pass fiscal proposals that will keep the government open for business. In the grand scheme of things, polls for the 2016 election are just another distraction that America doesn't need.
BY EMILY PITTINOS
So, here it is — the almost obligatory end of the semester, keep-your-chin-up public service announcement.
BY HARSHA NAHATA
Becoming aware doesn’t mean having to change the whole world. It’s as simple as taking small steps to change your world.
BY JOSEPH HORTON
Suspended coffees don’t come close to solving the world’s problems. They aren’t a one-stop-shop for supporting those in need. But they are practice for greater generosity.
BY MELANIE KRUVELIS
Win or lose, we've got to remember what we still have. Like sophomores lighting couches on fire.
BY ANDREW ECKHOUS
From Ann Arbor to Atlanta — welcome to the road trip from hell.
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