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A month ago, University of Michigan Jewish leadership organization Hillel was celebrating Israel on the Diag with flags and a photo booth cutout of Israelis riding a camel.

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The culture surrounding female athletics is often inappropriate and usually ignored.

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It’s 7:45 a.m. We’re walking down East Liberty Street. I have two rakes in my hand, and Shannon, my roommate, has a drawstring bag on her back that holds a spade, a fork, a hoe and a pair of shears. We’re excited, if not a little bit sheepish, about the adventure that lies ahead of us.

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In the past two years, there has been an extraordinary amount of political polarization brought on by the electi

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I’m several weeks into my first spring semester at University of Michigan, and I still can’t believe it’s actually happening. My mind can’t juxtapose the warm weather and greenery with the formerly bitter atmosphere surrounding the Diag.

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Last Tuesday afternoon marked the beginning of a new chapter for America’s Middle East policy.

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Women have faced inequality for as long as we have had written history – especially when it comes to female athletes. Today, players on the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team – the No.

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“I’ll have a second helping of that wonderful fish you got there, Miss Julia.” A man who claims to be named William Shakespeare addresses me with familiarity.

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I’m standing in the doorway of Shannon’s room. She’s sitting on her bed, her laptop on her lap with an episode of “New Girl” paused on the screen. We’re yelling at each other, over each other, really.

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As a student of political science and international studies at the University of Michigan, I have learned about human rights atrocities across the globe from the Rwandan Genocide to the Rohingya Crisis in Myanmar.