BY MAX HELLER
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan should be focused on issues that involve Israel and Turkey, rather than using the pursuit of normalization as a bargaining chip for unrelated issues.
BY JOSHUA SCHOSTAK
While we didn't win the national championship, I kept thinking to myself how surreal it was to watch this basketball season first-hand.
BY ERIC FERGUSON
It's likely that giving a dollar to a panhandler isn’t going towards their acquiring a place of residence, paying for cancer treatments for their sick child or putting a down payment on a car.
BY MAURA LEVINE
Using money as an excuse to not allow our public school children to explore the outside world is ridiculous. We should be allocating our federal money differently. Early education is the key to a lot of our societal problems.
BY NATE SMITH
It’s about a small community that decided 117 years ago to pick one of the first warm days of the year to open its arms to visitors from around the globe. Extra security won’t change that, just like a cowardly attack won’t change it — these things are the exceptions, and sometimes the exceptions prove the rule.
BY MICHAEL PROPPE
The fact that the legislature and executive branches will be split between forUM and youMICH offers an exciting opportunity for CSG to work hard on both parties’ goals.
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