BY AKSHAY SETH
I don’t remember the last time I wasn’t afraid. No matter how many days, months, years I scroll back, I can’t recall ever waking up and not feeling that cold paranoia twining around my diaphragm.
BY ALLISON LEITCH
It’s likely that the majority of us will go through life without ever seeing a person die. Most of us will not watch that last breath, see that last look, feel a hand transition from warm to cold or hear a heart rate monitor go from a steady beep to the lifeless flat line.
BY THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ISRAEL COHORT
Our desire to have a dialogue and to work towards a two-state solution — the only solution that takes into concern the needs of both Israelis and Palestinians — is sincere.
BY SIMON RIVERS
It’s unusual to find not only Black people in my classes but also any other people of color. That is why I feel intimidated, and that is why I am mad.
BY JACOB LIGHT
With upcoming renovations to the IM Building, CCRB and NCRB, I believe that future Michigan students will have a greater opportunity to fulfill the vision of a Michigan Wolverine as a scholar and athlete.
BY MAURA LEVINE
The University, as well as private businesses in Ann Arbor and local residents, need to take measures to step up their sidewalk-clearing game to keep everyone safe.
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