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I still daydream often, while walking, while sitting outside in the Ann Arbor sun, while swimming laps and many other activities.

We, the new generation of Wolverines. We, the Victors and the Valiant. We, the Leaders and Best. We, make up a group of students of all colors, backgrounds, economic positions, religions and sexual orientations.

If you know me, then you know there are about four things I need to survive in life: Drake, Lush Cosmetics, Buffalo Wild Wings’ chicken wings and basketball.

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Preserving and marking the sites of ancient Native American burial mounds, which are prevalent in the Midwest where ancient tribes such as the Adena lived until 1 A.D, is crucial for acknowledging the dept

The founders of the United States created our country on many guiding principles, the first being freedom of speech and the press according to the Bill of Rights. Despite it being a value settled centuries ago, it is a concept that contemporary society still grapples with today.

When I was six years old, my eager parents signed me up for private violin lessons to my absolute dismay.

“Did you see the fight between Hunter Strickland and uh, what’s his name?” my dad asked me a few weeks ago.

There is a story I often tell people which I believe captures the absolutely cliché nature of my “all-American childhood” — and also demonstrates why I grew up a little more mature than other kids.

It’s a story about my dead dog.

In my last column, I mentioned learning about the Adena people, who lived on the land now called Ohio from more than 2,000 years ago to the first century A.D., when the Adena were overcome by and blended i

While there are improvements to be made with race-based issues on campus, there is no question that the University is committed to making strides toward racial equity. This is evident through the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) initiative implemented in 2015.

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