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Sunday, October 26, 2014

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Derek Wolfe: Focusing on today

BY DEREK WOLFE

Stay in the present. That’s why it’s a gift.

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Rennie Pasquinelli: Redefining flattery

BY RENNIE PASQUINELLI

A girl shouldn’t be flattered when a man forcibly initiates a form of dancing that resembles having sex with clothes on. Even if the man doesn’t have any intention of further sexual contact, the nature of this action is inherently chauvinistic, and sustains structural power relations between males and females.

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Maura Levine: A house divided

BY MAURA LEVINE

While Michigan can’t prohibit people from finding and supporting groups of their choice on campus, something should be done about the polarization between different people groups that has obviously cropped up.

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Tyler Scott: It's our problem too

BY TYLER SCOTT

Catcalling a girl does nobody any good. Any efforts put forth in attempts to create a positive outward image are shattered once the first wolf-whistle lets loose. Those Sperrys and Nike crew socks sure look good with that new floral-patterned pocket-T and vintage sports team snapback, but it’s all for naught.

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Austin Davis: Hemophobia

BY AUSTIN DAVIS

In the case of MSM blood donation, until the public eliminates the filter with which they view gay society — and learns to judge the gay community as an assembly of individuals sharing a common, overarching trait — we’ll continue to be banned.

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David Harris: The Spirit of Detroit

BY DAVID HARRIS

The movement to bring Pope Francis to Detroit seems small and wishful, but after all, it only takes faith as small as a mustard seed to move mountains.

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Sara Shamaskin: Groove, making a unique ruckus

BY SARA SHAMASKIN

You’ve heard them banging during Festifall, seen them scale ladders during Artscapade and always wondered how a relatively small group of people could make such a unique ruckus. Groove has provided our campus with an interesting form of entertainment by hitting drums and homemade instruments.

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