BY ELI CAHAN
Consider the last five years an American tumble. But also think of it as a rebirth. Let’s learn how to walk again, and let’s fail along the way.
BY DANIEL WANG
I’m truly worried that the University is trending towards a day where it will be so full of similarly-minded students that not only will we not be understanding of different people, but we won’t want to be.
BY OLIVIA KUENZI
Regardless of how open-minded Ann Arbor may seem, rape culture is evident here just like anywhere else. I'm beginning to believe that education is irrelevant to the cause — how do you teach compassion? How do you take back decades of blaming the victim for something they in no way caused?
BY LAURA HOBBS
This is the time to speak up. These student leaders represent us. Show your support for divestment by visiting our website (divestUM.org), signing the petition, volunteering with the campaign, signing your student organization as a coalition partner and/or voting next week for CSG candidates who strongly support sustainability and want to move forward with divestment, such many candidates running on the forUM platform.
BY ANDREW WEINER
Americans shouldn’t be picking between the lesser of two evils for a service that's intrinsic to daily life and economic prosperity.
BY JESSE KLEIN
Super Big Gulps, Supersized French fries, and the Treinté size at Starbucks are all examples of obscenely large and high-caloric items that have become a normal part of our meals at least once a week. Does anyone really need a 40-ounce soda?
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