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Friday, October 24, 2014

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Columns

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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Haya Alfarhan: Let's talk about the 'F' word

BY HAYA ALFARHAN

My issue is not with the values of feminism but who gets approved to represent it in the public sphere. There’s a painful pattern that defines who is allowed to associate with feminism and who doesn’t.

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Abby Taskier: A patriot against immigration?

BY ABBY TASKIER

The heavy inpouring of the children is over, but immigration from Latin America and into the United States is ongoing. If your sympathies are extended and your hearts are bleeding, but you still don’t think that it has to do with you, then ask yourself if you are a patriot. And if you are, then this is definitely your problem.

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Avery DiUbaldo: Send them in

BY AVERY DIUBALDO

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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Devin Eggert: The true price of a ticket

BY DEVIN EGGERT

I wasn’t going to write a column about Michigan football. In fact, I had half an article on education reform typed up and ready to go. But, I suppose my journalist senses were telling me to strike while the iron was hot — or in this case not — and talk about some long needed reforms in Michigan football.

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