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Friday, May 29, 2015

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Viewpoints

Viewpoint: Ban the box

BY NOAH HALPERN

There are major flaws in our criminal justice system. We must respond to this ineffectiveness proactively by organizing communities and legislation around the root causes of crime.

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Viewpoint: youMICH for your campus

BY SHREYA SINGH AND ETHAN HAHN

We have formed the youMICH party to ensure that candidates running in this spring’s CSG elections are focused on the constituency they serve — the wants and needs of Michigan students.

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Viewpoint: For abuse, ‘1 is 2 many’

BY JOE BIDEN

Sadly, dating violence remains a very real problem in our country – especially on college campuses.

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Viewpoint: Rewriting history Romney-style

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BY PATRICK MAILLET

Romney, who said we “should allow Detroit to go bankrupt,” was standing in front of us simply rewriting history in order to take credit for Michigan’s economic recovery.

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Viewpoint: Continue (M)Forward

BY ADITYA SATHI

We remain because although we have had success, MForward is determined to continually work for the betterment of students here at the University of Michigan.

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Viewpoint: OurMichigan for our 'University'

BY KEVIN MERSOL-BARG AND AMY NAVVAB

Our campus deserves better, which is why we’re running for president and vice president of Central Student Government.

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Viewpoint: Say 'no' to an attack on Iran

BY MOZHGAN SAVABIEASFAHANI

Any attack on Iran will destroy the delicate fabric of a society that has tried again and again to reach a representative governance to benefit a nation of mostly children.

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