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Before the exciting new world of TikTok, before we could enjoy its “For You” page’s random, entertaining 15-second videos and long before the proliferation of VSCO girl jokes, there was Vine.

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Through international sanctions led by the United States, Iran has felt the pains of relative isolation in the global market.

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On a Monday morning in September 1796, readers of the Philadelphia newspaper the Daily Advertiser learned

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As I explored campus those first few daunting and lonely weeks of college, I discovered the Nichols Arboretum.

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Like many students across the University of Michigan’s campus, on Monday, Nov. 11, I spent the evening distracted from my work in anticipation for a special inbox notification. It wasn’t related to an internship update, a grad school application or even a dreaded Canvas posting.

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There is something comforting and cozy about watching a show or movie from your childhood. A familiarity envelops the experience. You may remember every line, the introductory song or one episode that you really loved from a decade previous.

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It’s time to change how we nominate our presidential candidates.

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We all know attending college in this country has gotten expensive.

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With Kentucky voting blue in its gubernatorial election and Louisiana following in

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With the Democratic primary inching closer with every passing day, the field of candidates has been hard-pressed to slim down from the large pool that the race started with. The three main candidates that have been garnering the most attention are, of course, Sen.