Columns

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Legislators at every level have adopted an operational ethos of “ignore all relevant laws and sign it." This is a deeply concerning trend, and one that will result in dystopian realizations as politics continue moving toward the extremes.

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Under the Trump administration’s destruction of environmental regulations, we have seen the deregulation of water, air pollution and emission standards. We have seen deregulation of natural resource extraction all under the guise of proposed economic benefit.

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Detroit has long been known for its production of automobiles, but the city’s reliance on cars for transportation has become its Achilles heel. That was not always the case.

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Every Wednesday morning of last semester I would walk down South University Avenue from my apartment to my sociology lecture in West Quad. As the days got colder and cloudier, I found comfort in a warmer future from the bright yellow that had overtaken one of the glass storefronts on South U.

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With the proliferation of smartphones and Wi-Fi in schools and public spaces, access to social media has never been easier for students — or more worrisome for parents and teachers.

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If you’re driving in downtown Miami, Fla. by 333 South Miami Avenue, you'll likely spot Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials waiting patiently in vans parked by the city’s Immigration Court.

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In the wake of Qasem Soleimani’s death and the responding remarks made by Iranian officials, many Americans are scared

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In 1991, the United States enjoyed a global influence so vast it was unrivaled in human history. The Roman, Ottoman and Mongol empires would have marveled at the breadth of America’s political and economic leadership across the world.

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Toward the end of the year, I got many notifications for opinion pieces reviewing the best movies, books and pop culture moments of the decade. Something I haven’t read enough about is the little progress made in narrowing the gender gap in the past decade.

Noah Ente

This week, much has been made of the recent decision by President Trump to authorize an airstrike that killed the leader of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps’ Quds Force branch, Qasem Soleimani.