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Thursday, July 30, 2015

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Viewpoints

Viewpoint: Privileged hubris

BY JOSEPH SIKORSKI

Reading this isn’t going to keep you from making mistakes. I only hope it makes you aware that even you will make them.

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Viewpoint: Why I relay

BY MEGAN BOCZAR

I Relay so nobody else has to go through what my friends and family did. I Relay because I know that, in my lifetime, we will find a cure.

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Visual Viewpoint: A new light on depression

BY LIZZIE FINE

It is important to recognize signs of depression and other mental illnesses, and to not be afraid to get the proper care. For more information about the Depression Center, visit http://www.depressioncenter.org. Knowledge is power, and the more we know about mental health, the sooner we can beat the stigma and help those in need.

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Viewpoint: Letter of support for SAFE

BY STUDENTS ALLIED FOR FREEDOM AND EQUALITY

As students at the University of Michigan, we have the responsibility to critically examine the investments of our University.

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Viewpoint: Why I can vote for divestment

BY MICHAEL CHRZAN

What our votes are about is whether or not we believe this is something worthy of the attention of the Regents at the University of Michigan and a committee who will be able to gather all the facts relevant to our University’s involvement through research and thus be able to make a solid determination.

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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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