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Monday, September 1, 2014

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Viewpoints

Viewpoint: Time for trains

BY PAUL SHERMAN

So, perhaps it’s time for a change. In the future, I hope I can hop on a high-speed train that could take me from Ann Arbor to Washington D.C in no time at all.

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Viewpoint: Taking back our bodies

BY MELISSA SCHOLKE

Society needs to stop placing women’s health on the line to placate the populations who enjoy objectifying us.

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Viewpoint: The muddling of religion and politics

BY MELISSA SCHOLKE

A decision of women’s health rests exclusively with the woman affected by it and the beliefs she follows.

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Viewpoint: The Tinder experiment

BY RACHEL JOHN

Tinder can be an instrument, albeit an unfortunately stigmatized one, to spark relationships and reignite the flame of curiosity about what makes us human.

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Viewpoint: It's time to stop

BY MAURA LEVINE

I don’t know the answer to this problem. It’s clear that the growth rate of the mass shootings is continuing to escalate and that several factors — including gun control — need to be tackled before that rate can decrease. But it also takes human will and cultural norms to change.

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Viewpoint: Do you want coal with that?

BY PAUL SHERMAN

The bottom line is that we still have a long way to go to create environmental policies that can adequately handle the economic challenges that the U.S. is currently facing.

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Michigan in Color: Letter of gratitude

Courtesy of Jerusaliem Gebreziabher

BY JERUSALIEM GEBREZIABHER

I want to buy my parents a house. One large enough to fit their memories of days warm and cold, of the cities they called home.

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