Viewpoints

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The University of Michigan has exceptional academics, athletics, alumni and more, but it is severely lacking in one area: providing mental health education and awareness of resources on campus.

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A few weeks ago, when I was sitting in bed and recieved email from MVision offering me a position to run as a representative candidate, I was truly overjoyed. I felt everything I had worked so hard on this year was building and good things would be coming my way.

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The University of Michigan recently announced that it would transition to winter rush for social Greek organizations, starting in the 2019-2020 academic year as a part of a plan to improve the first-year experi

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We are heading toward six months since the ubiquitous hashtag #MeToo was re-popularized by Alyssa Milano.

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Diversity is a topic that touches every sector — higher education, corporations and government. Yet, the issue of diversity in government is typically focused on the state and national levels, with less attention paid to local government.

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For the past two years, I have researched and written about former University of Michigan President Clarence Cook Little in various capacities, examining his papers at the Bentley Historical Library and the 

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Nothing summons up visions of Valentine’s Day like roses, a box of chocolates or a roundtable on international law and justice. On Feb.

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Dear communities of the University of Michigan,

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Editors note: The name of the author has been omitted to protect their identity.

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The idea of peer tutoring has always seemed to be a misnomer. In order for someone to tutor, certainly his or her abilities in the subject surpass the abilities of the person being taught.