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Viewpoints

Queer in Action: Why you're not getting my blood (but I really wish you were)

BY ADAM EICKMEYER

My blood is not dirty, not diseased, and no better or worse than anyone else’s.

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Viewpoint: A poet factory

BY PAYTON LUOKKALA

The city is basically a poet-growing factory. Although American classics like Robert Frost lived in Ann Arbor for only a short time, we share so many writers with the Detroit area, and we have so many others who visit our city.

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Viewpoint: The perks of being undecided

BY PAYTON LUOKKALA

There is one thing everyone should be able to agree on about us undecided — we are brave.

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Viewpoint: The Team

BY LAUREL RUZA AND BARDIA VASEGHI

Our main objective is to give all of these communities and individuals a chance to discuss these issues with one another and to unify these viewpoints into a single vision for our campus community.

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Viewpoint: An unrelenting double standard

BY LINDSAY HURWITZ

It annoys every older sibling when they take the heat for matters their younger siblings get away with. Don’t let Israel take the fall for trying to protect its people when every other country is doing the same.

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Visual Viewpoint: Perspectives on campus gender equality

BY VICTORIA NOBLE

Though women have been historically underrepresented on college campuses, the undergraduate gender distribution is nearly equal between females and males at the University today. But does this also imply that men and women are treated equally on campus? Students share their views and experiences related to gender relations in both academic and social situations at college.

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Michigan in Color: "Your people"

BY ALLANA AKHTAR

Maureen, her usually gentle blue eyes glaring at me behind her glasses, her usually pale cheeks and ears a soft pink in the September chill, spat, “Allana, it was your people that killed everyone in New York.”

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