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Friday, October 31, 2014

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Viewpoint: Support MVP

BY ALI MAREDIA AND TOM STUCKEY

As members of the Michigan Vision Party at the University, we pride ourselves on our accomplishments in student government over the past few years. We are thrilled to have had the opportunity to work closely with the student body and many prominent and promising young student leaders on campus.

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Viewpoint: State bill shouldn't copy Arizona

BY MARY BIRKETT AND EWAN COMPTON

Michigan youth deserve a better future than the one created by this unnecessary and potentially unconstitutional bill.

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Viewpoint: Defend DAAP

BY BRIANA HATCHER

LSA sophomore Lena Cintron and I are running to become Michigan Student Assembly vice president and president.

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Viewpoint: Moving (M)forward

BY ALLISON HORKY

The mission of MForward includes an emphasis on increasing the extent to which student organizations can access MSA resources.

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Viewpoint: Don't rule out nuclear energy

BY PATRICK MAILLET

While we all watched the news looking for any glimmer of hope for the thousands of displaced victims, oil executives were overcome with joy: They had won again.

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Viewpoint: Rock the (MSA) vote

BY BRENDAN CAMPBELL

Advocacy, however, especially as defined in the context of student government, depends upon a foundation of engagement from those who participate in and benefit from it.

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Viewpoint: 'Empower' health care innovation

BY HARSHA PANDURANGA

Health care reform is going to be an evolving process, and if it’s going to be a bipartisan effort, there has to be some compromise.

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