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It’s no surprise that the economy is booming. For more than 10 years, the market has been on a tear, and after overcoming the threat of recession in 2018, it does seem like we have a couple of years before the market takes its next major downturn.

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On April 9, in response to demands from climate activists for the University of Michigan to divest from fossil fuels, University President Mark Schlissel

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Everyone’s a disrupter these days.

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Like countless people from around the globe, I watched in horror as a terrible fire ravaged the irreplaceable Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris on April 15.

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I have always been raised on a path toward a successful, full-time career. My parents and I have talked about it since I was young.

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Success has not only been ingrained in me because I am a competitive and driven person, but it is also my duty because I am the daughter of an immigrant. Going away to a top university and being the first in my family to do so, was a pretty big deal at the time.

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U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., has received boundless accusations of disloyalty to the United States. The first round of fury can be attributed to her pro-Palestinian views, and callous comments on Israel that aligned with certain age-old, anti-Semitic conspiracy theories.

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As the curtain falls on an era of unity and diplomacy, I am sure members of the British Parliament are asking themselves, “To be or not to be?” That is, should they be holding British society hostage to nationalistic policies that could send the global economy into a recession?

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2018 and 2019 have thus far been milestone years for Asian Americans in the entertainment industry.

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I rediscovered composer Johann Sebastian Bach’s cello suites this past fall during a period with lots of work and little motivation. I needed something to focus my mind on the tasks at hand. So, I turned to Bach to aid my quest for concentration.