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Criticism against the Electoral College has been mounting for decades.

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College can be stressful. For any student reading this, that statement probably seems obvious. Of course we are stressed when we have projects due and exams to study for while we also try to ensure we are making the most of our four years at the University of Michigan.

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The United States is a world leader — in its incarceration rates. The U.S.

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The instant I became eligible my first year, right after the Winter 2019 semester, I transferred from the Stamps School of Art & Design to the College of Literature, Science and the Arts.

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As a self-proclaimed coffee enthusiast, I’ve always had an incessant curiosity for coffee shops — the people, the atmosphere and of course, the coffee.

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The 92nd Academy Awards mark another year of cinema in an ever-changing social climate, one that does not embrace the cinematic experience in the same way it used to. For this reason, two of the Best Picture nominees provide particular interest in this day and age.

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What is in Georgia besides the Coca-Cola headquarters, peaches and the state opossum, Pogo?

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When the House Judiciary Committee approved articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump in December, Chairman and Rep. Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., declared that it was “a solemn and sad day.”

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A common sentiment shared by people of color is that it’s exhausting to constantly have to explain your identities, your culture and whether or not a particular comment is appropriate to say when a simple Google search likely would have provided the inquirer with the answer to the question.

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A good friend of mine was walking back home from her class. For whatever reason, she coughed lightly. As soon as she did, however, she could feel someone looking at her, almost giving her a glare, from across the street. My friend is Korean American.