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Sunday, October 19, 2014

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Columns

David Harris: What is Michigan?

BY DAVID HARRIS

One could be cynical and take the unwarranted and contemptuous position that people who care about sports are wasting their time, or instead recognize the ability and role of university athletics in establishing the national pedigree of this University as well as its culture.

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Yardain Amron: Football! Football!! FOOTBALL!!

BY YARDAIN AMRON

Writing anything anti-football won’t make me many friends in these parts. But with all our guns locked and loaded on a greedy athletic director and his inept department as of late, I thought I would focus mine elsewhere.

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Maja Tosic: How I learned the value of being a Womyn from dave brandon

BY MAJA TOSIC

These insults and messages have been laid upon all of the students at the university. They have filled our backpacks and weighed us down. They have taught others and me the way Womyn are viewed by those more powerful. And they have taught me the value dave brandon and his institution imparts onto Womyn.

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Lauren McCarthy: Michigan Woman - Andie Haugen

Courtesy of Andie Haugen

BY LAUREN MCCARTHY

Throughout our entire interview, LSA senior Andrea Haugen remained on the edge of her seat, utterly engaged and impassioned, as she recounted her past three years at the University.

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Sierra Brown: Society rules

BY SIERRA BROWN

I've always wondered what gave people the right, and the nerve, to assign “roles” that say how others should act or what they should look like.

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Victoria Noble: The future in our hands

BY VICTORIA NOBLE

Understanding the current world is key to determining what kind of world we want to live in later down the road — and how to build that world.

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Eric Ferguson: The common interest

BY ERIC FERGUSON

Our greatest and most common challenges — a weak job market, student loan debt and climate change come to mind — imply that we are united in our need for solutions to them. After all, who would gain more from those than us?

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