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By all accounts, it was a pretty standard October Saturday. Michigan football was playing in a few hours and I stood on a friend’s lawn near the corner of State and Hoover streets, watching with a red Solo cup in hand as hordes of people decked out in maize and blue passed by.

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The instability in the White House deepened in the past two weeks with the firings of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, National Security Advisor

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From the increasing frequency and intensity of extreme weather events to rising sea 

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Everybody who went to a stereotypical American high school or has even just seen “Gossip Girl” knows that high schools have cliques.

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Over the past year, I’ve decided to join a variety of Facebook groups. In a way, it’s the return of the Facebook likes of the past.

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It is Wednesday night and I am crawling into bed after yet another busy day. I have class from 11a.m. to 7a.m., with a lunch break in the middle and practice shortly after, which then lasts until 11pm.

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This year I started doing the New York Times Daily Crossword puzzle. Little did I know, this game would become a huge part of my everyday routine. If you would’ve asked me what a crossword was a year ago, I probably wouldn’t have been able to give you a concise answer.

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The first time someone tried to sell me Adderall was in my high school library. At the time, I did not think anything of it.

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As my freshman year at the University of Michigan comes to a close, I have been reflecting on the racist incidents that have happened this year: There were the racial slurs written on the doors of B

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Facebook has been through a tough year.