Opinion

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When I turned 13, like many Jews around the United States and the rest of the world, I was bar mitzvahed. Upon the conclusion of my service, after reciting blessings and reading from the Torah, I was rushed to an unmarked back room.

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In the moments when we find complete fulfillment from social media, life is good. But to be real, for most of us, our relationships with these apps aren’t always so perfect. 

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After the first public health school was established at Johns Hopkins University a century ago, the interdisciplinary practice has found a home in universities nationwide.

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The news of how a group of people on Reddit used shares of GameStop to outmatch a Wall Street hedge fund has not only captured national attenti

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“30 minutes prior to your appointment please take either 600mg of Ibuprofen or 1,000mg of Tylenol.” These are the pre-appointment instructions for the insertion of an intrauterine device.

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As we enter February, my inner hopeless romantic sees only one thing: the rapidly-approaching Valentine’s Day. This year, however, will look different for many people, including myself.

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More than 1,100 students at Columbia University in New York City are refusing to pay tuition until the university lowers the cost by at least 10% as stude

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Madelyn VerVaecke can be reached at mivervae@umich.edu.

 

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With the election of President Joe Biden and Sens.