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Wednesday, January 28, 2015

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Viewpoints

Viewpoint: Dealing with dissonance

BY REGAN DETWILER

This happens to many freshmen: the first semester of college knocks them off their feet, creating the potential for a trip home for winter break that might be a little weird, spending extended amounts of time with friends and family who only knew you pre-first semester.

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Viewpoint: Improving the pre-med curriculum

BY MARC SCHLESSEL

Pre-medical students at the University of Michigan look like elementary students contorting their bodies while playing a game of Twister. At times, the balancing act is impressive. At other times, students collapse to the floor.

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Viewpoint: In defense of President Schlissel

BY MICHAEL PROPPE

If he is the president I think he is, the student voice at the University will enjoy a bigger seat at the table than it has in a while.

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Viewpoint: More than a high-five

BY MARY KATE WINN

After all, I think few Michiganders would disagree with Obama when he said, “this state proves no matter how tough times get, Americans are tougher.”

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Viewpoint: Hope and Leelah Alcorn

BY JEFFREY SUN

We need to talk about Leelah as well as about a generation of teenagers who can be saved. Together with the story of this tragedy, there is one thing that also needs to be heard: that it can get better.

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Viewpoint: Michigan Religious Freedom as an excuse for ambiguous discrimination

BY GABRIELLE KIRSCH

I won’t be the first LGBTQ person from Michigan to leave if our rights fall to this level of disgrace. Only bigots will stay. What a loss that would be.

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Michigan in Color: The Equality Movement

BY VENIECE SESSION

Love is the source to pull from hate and create peace. Love has the ability to look beyond rage and grasp influence. Love has the ability to not only empathize but strategize and positively control and structure the myriad of negative feelings that are all human.

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