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The alleged killing and dismemberment of journalist Jamal Khashoggi by Saudi operatives has sent shock waves throughout the media and the larger international community. Calls have been made to boycott Saudi companies and support U.S.

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The drinking water of the Great Lakes State is, once again, in danger. While the citizens of Flint are still combating the presence of lead in their water, another lesser known chemical, PFAS also  threatens the purity of Michigan’s most abundant natural resource.

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This week, two new sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh surfaced. As of Wednesday, three women have come forward with allegations against the potential candidate for one of the most important seats in our government.

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While University of Michigan students were enjoying their summer, the Ann Arbor City Council approved changes to the zoning code for fraternities and sororities in the hopes they would improve relations between Greek life houses and neighboring Ann Arbor residents.

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Last Friday, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on a controversial sexual assault case against the University of Michigan.

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The University of Michigan has an Adderall problem. Some would even call it an epidemic. Despite the University’s increased campaign to recognize mental health on campus, it has failed to address how campus culture fosters the use of Adderall throughout the school.

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In 2014, the University of Michigan reformed the Race and Ethnicity requirement after student activists pushed to include an intersectional approach to the classes offered under the requirement.

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More than two weeks after Facebook’s massive data leak of user information to voting analytics firm Cambridge Analytica was first exposed, new revelations on the extent of the tech

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The University of Michigan’s Lecturers’ Employee Organization is continuing to bargain with the University, as their current contract is set to expire on April 20.

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