BY LAUREN GROSSMANN
People need to stop blaming others for actions that are beyond their control. It hinders cooperation and growth. It divides us. Blaming CSG is not going to solve the issue, it’s just going to raise tensions further.
BY ALEXANDER LANE
There are monumental things CSG might accomplish, if only they knew where to look. So to all students, as you go to vote this week for a new round of leaders, ask of those to whom you are entrusting this campus: Where is your focus — Ann Arbor or somewhere else?
BY MATTHEW JOHN
We would like to offer a letter in response to Mr. Jacob Kornfeld’s Viewpoint piece, “Standing up for my future.”
BY EMILY CAMRAS
My hope is that the discussion on the conflict can move forward in a productive way — something that can only happen when hatred and misrepresentation, fostered by BDS, are abandoned.
BY YAZAN KHERALLAH
The following narrative is the speech I was planning to give at the Central Student Government meeting on Tuesday had the legislators not decided to shut down discussion.
BY GABY VASQUEZ
I am too American to be Venezuelan. I am too Venezuelan to be American.
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