BY LAUREN MCCARTHY
Though media fads are nothing new to American society, the intense vulnerability and insecurity that social networking and personal technologies induce is both alarming and troubling. Are we setting the stage for coming generations to be hypersensitive to and misunderstanding of communication, self-representation, self-indulgence and their appearance?
BY MICHAEL SCHRAMM
But the truth of the matter is, I don’t think I’m wrong, and I shouldn’t feel shame for believing I’m right. I’ve done my biblical research, and I hold my belief because it takes the Bible — Christianity’s ultimate frame — into consideration.
BY JULIA ZARINA
Memory to me is an activity, not an incidental occurrence, and I am obsessed with remembering. As someone trying to be permanent in a life that refuses to be, it is how I have always defined myself.
BY SARA MOROSI
Class of 2014 — we won’t be second-semester seniors for much longer. Soon, the whirlwind of celebrating what we’ve accomplished these four years will be over.
BY SOPHIA USOW
To be the daughter of a beautiful, older woman is to sit down in the memory of your childhood attic, your hands running fingered question marks around the edges of an old photograph.
BY ALEXANDER HERMANN
Just like the demolition of 80,000 properties in Detroit won’t stem the tide of disinvestment in the city, the creation of a regional land bank certainly isn’t a panacea to curing all the region’s redevelopment ills. Regardless, employing both would mark a major step forward in the stabilization and revitalization of Detroit and the broader area.
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