Columns

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We all know that feeling. You decide you have some extra time on your hands and you immediately reach for your phone.

Abbie Berringer

Just a few weeks ago, on Nov. 15, the world celebrated Steve Irwin Day, a day to honor a man whose lifelong commitment to wildlife conservation inspired millions of people all over the globe.

Erin White

Growing up is hard. Everyone remembers feeling awkward, embarrassed and uncomfortable in middle and high school at least once or twice.

Hannah Harshe

When I was 15 years old, I saw a post on Tumblr that said something along the lines of, “Why don’t gyms lock their TVs so they can only play the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show over and over? That would really inspire people to start pushing themselves harder.”

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Albion, Mich., is an underwhelming place for someone from Metro Detroit. Aside from the small — very small — private liberal arts college that bears the city’s name, there is not much else. Beyond Albion College’s campus, you will find rows of dilapidated houses with peeling paint.

Erik Nesler

Michael Bloomberg, the former mayor of New York City and potential Democratic presidential contender in 2020, recently donated $1.8 billion (yes, billion with a b) to his alma mater, Johns Hopkins University.

Amanda Zhang

This past Monday, the White House Correspondents’ Association announced it would be departing from its usual tradition of inviting a comedian to roast the president an

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This year, I  enrolled in the Ross School of Business from the College of Literature, Science and Arts to be on track for pursuing dual degrees in English and Business. Now that the first semester is nearly over, I’ve noticed some notable differences between the schools.

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In December, world leaders will gather in Katowice, Poland for the 24th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, dubbed COP24, to review the ongoing implementation of the 2015 Paris agree

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The Bird scooters that dropped in Ann Arbor this September and have continued to flock around campus are really akin to the common pigeon. They populate the sidewalks in droves and weave in and out of crowds of pedestrian students.