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Tuesday, June 30, 2015

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Viewpoints

Viewpoint: In defense of Ross

BY RACHEL TUCKER

Ross isn’t perfect, but I’m proud to call it my school.

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Viewpoint: We deserve better

BY GRANT STROBL

The students in the University’s chapter of Sigma Alpha Mu did not represent the reputation of this University and Greek life at the level it deserves: they tarnished it. We deserve better.

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Viewpoint: Why I was wrong — A retraction 10 years in the making

BY JAY FORESTER

Whatever you do, don’t be afraid to change. And, wherever you go, Go Blue!

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Viewpoint: Why I joined The Team

BY MEAGAN SHOKAR

As I enter every meeting for The Team, I am embraced with warmth and love. We say “there’s a place for everyone on The Team” and we mean it.

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Viewpoint: The intersection of the LGBTQ community and Greek life: What now?

BY NATHAN NOVARIA

I believe that everyone can have a home in Greek life. At a time when our community is being targeted around the country for the wrongdoings of only a tiny group of individuals, we have the opportunity to grow and better ourselves.

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Viewpoint: Focusing on coexistence

BY AARON CAHEN

We desire to be part of the solution towards peace, a responsibility that can only be achieved through mutual understanding, constructive dialogue and the recognition of the rights of all people.

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Viewpoint: Reflecting on my time as vice president

BY EMILY LUSTIG

Representing 43,625 unique student voices is a challenging task, and by no means do I think I did a perfect job. But I did do my best, and I genuinely care about each and every initiative that Bobby and I undertook. Every student matters; every voice is significant.

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