Columns

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As of April 2020, we can all recognize that Michigan is in a state of turmoil. The protest against Gov.

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The impact of COVID-19 exemplifies how the existing health system in the United States discriminates against marginalized groups.

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Nobody should have to choose between their vote and their health, but Wisconsin voters faced this decision due to reckless and politically-motivated actions taken by the Republican Party and a complicit United States Supreme Court. 

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The coronavirus pandemic began as a murmur of distant contagion. Like many other newsworthy tragedies, it seems unreal and somehow unthreatening until it happens to you. The world has been shocked by a wave of uncertainty.

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Outside of the Louvre, a guard stands in front of the endless queue, controlling eager tourists and admitting them in an orderly fashion.

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As an introvert, I have been in some way, shape or form preparing for this moment for my entire life. I had used Zoom before a few of my classes made the switch to virtual meetings on the platform, and I was no stranger to the virtual learning world.

Anik Joshi

The nation’s 43rd president, George W. Bush, is a polarizing figure. In foreign affairs, the most well-known part of his legacy is probably his decision to pursue military action in Iraq and that will, in all likelihood, remain the thing for which he is known best.

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March 27 marked the day the United States officially surpassed every other country in confirmed cases of COVID-19.

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Jesus Christ. I think most of us can agree we didn’t see anything on this scale coming.