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Sunday, April 26, 2015

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Viewpoints

Viewpoint: Jewish Voice for Peace for UMDivest

BY JEWISH VOICE FOR PEACE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN

We at Jewish Voice for Peace believe in divestment as a necessary act of nonviolent resistance to a military occupation.

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Viewpoint: Childish popularity games

BY BRENDAN WU

In the future, when AIIB loans start flowing across Asia, recipients will remember well that despite all the talk by President Obama about a pivot to the region, the United States was ultimately unwilling to do anything meaningful besides play childish popularity games.

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Viewpoint: Divestment creates division

BY CHRISTIAN MAYS

I voted against the BDS resolution because I felt that it wasn’t the right direction for peace.

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Queer in Action: Eradicating pansexual erasure

BY EMMA MCGLASHEN

The online definition given by Merriam-Webster for the adjective “pansexual” reads, “exhibiting or implying many forms of sexual expression.” As a pansexual woman, the vague definition seems to parallel the uncertainty and confusion expressed by our country and also our campus in regard to non-monosexual terminology.

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Viewpoint: When STEM lost its way

BY JAKE HELLER

The College of Engineering and all undergraduate STEM programs at the University should implement cultural competency into their curriculums.

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Viewpoint: A Jewish dissent on divestment

BY CARLY MANES

So while I didn’t dissent that day last March, I am dissenting now. I support SAFE’s resolution, I support economic sanctions on Israel and I support the validation of all narratives.

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Viewpoint: Why I cannot vote for divestment

BY WILL CANNING

I ask you to join me in defeating this resolution, but more importantly, I ask for your support in creating solutions that strengthen our community.

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