Opinion

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Kevin Moore Jr. can be reached at kevjr@umich.edu.

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It was always a great challenge for my mother to coax my younger self into eating fruits and vegetables. These days, I am not a particularly picky eater.

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Earlier this month, Taiwanese voters went to the polls to decide the future direction of their country’s historically hostile relationship wit

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Last Wednesday I got out of my morning lecture early, and although part of me was inclined to head to the library and study for my organic chemistry exam, another part was begging to enjoy what was left of the day. It was 40 degrees outside and there was not a cloud in the sky.

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Anna Getzinger can be reached at getzinga@umich.edu.

 

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Mary Poppins said it best — sometimes “a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down.” The saying refers to the general idea that accomplishing something unpleasant is more doable by manufacturing a bit of fun, but it can be seen quite literally in the world of medicine.

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In a bold policy move taking place in the final days of 2019, New Jersey lawmakers approved legis

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A few weeks ago, I was scrolling through Twitter when I came across an article talking about the 84 current members of Congress who

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The First Amendment of the United States Constitution is unabridged freedom of speech and expression — even ahead of our right to bear arms. Today, more than 200 years later, there are virtually no laws limiting speech, but there are thousands of federal and state laws governing actions.

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Kaavya Ramachandhran can be reached at kaavyar@umich.edu.