BY SARAH KULHANEK
I didn’t really mind sharing with other dedicated individuals who had a routine and knew their way around you, but every January first, a slew of “New Year, New Me tweets,” Instagram posts, and overzealous Facebook statuses changed the way things were between us.
BY VICTORIA NOBLE
If the Republicans want to maintain control in the state of Michigan in 2014, they will need to revisit problematic social policies that evidence a widening distance between political action and the common will of constituents.
BY SAMUEL MYERS
In light of the #BBUM movement and my own experiences, I am prepared to ask, what is the University really doing to fight racism, poverty and inequality?
BY RIMA FADLALLAH
We are Michigan in Color, the Daily’s first opinion section designated as a space for and by students of color at the University of Michigan.
BY MICHAEL CHRZAN
Racism is among those man-made constructions. Its deconstruction — its eradication, even — can only start with understanding and learning to be OK with being uncomfortable.
BY AARICA MARSH
There are many qualms surrounding genetic modification in the food industry and no easy solutions in sight. The public should proceed with caution, remaining skeptical but perhaps also retaining a sense of optimism.
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