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It’s 2018 and this year we celebrated the 48th anniversary of Earth Day, a global day of recognition for environmental protection.

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Name five major pieces of legislation passed by the U.S Congress under the current administration. Having trouble?

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Ah, summertime. A time for many students at the University of Michigan to head off to big corporations to get the opportunity to earn a meaningful wage and network — an opportunity that can open doors for years to come.

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Dear Central Student Government leaders,

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Coming to college, everyone echoed a similar mantra: “Cherish every moment, you only have one freshman year.” In the weeks before I finally left for Ann Arbor, I was wrought with anxiety and apprehension by the thought of going to college and leaving everything I knew behind.

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Graduating high school, I thought college would be a simple continuation of what I had been doing, but, you know, different. That wasn’t right at all; well, for the most part, anyways.

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April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month; if you’ve been opening your social media feeds or participating in society for the past few months, I imagine you are not lacking awareness of this problem. However, you might be lacking hope.

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One can only wonder what will transpire today as Palestinian protests on the Gaza-Israel border enter their third week.

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Journalists Mary Jordan and Scott Clement of The Washington Post recently wrote a piece on

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I write this on Monday, April 9, the day that the Lecturers’ Employee Organization was initially going to begin its work strike, protesting the University of Michigan’s hypocrisy and greed in their ongoing bargaining negotiations.