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Walking home from downtown Ann Arbor last month, I watched an elderly couple clutching one another, walking carefully and diligently to avoid falling on the slippery sidewalks. The man used his cane for as much support as possible, and the woman held onto his arm for more balance.

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My first experience with graphic design was in seventh grade, recklessly using Adobe Photoshop to cut out blurry photos of volleyball players for my middle school newspaper.

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The night my first Daily article ran, I found myself sleepless, so I popped on some sneakers and went for a jog under the midnight moon.

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My most liked picture on Instagram is from the day I got into college. The photo features me walking down Hill Street past The Ross School of Business on game day, decked out in Michigan apparel. My head is turned to face the camera, offering a subtle closed-mouth smile.

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As a wall painter in Allen Park, Ryan Flores had been sober for over a decade after his arrest in 2006 for possession of cocaine and other narcotics. Through painting, he was managing to provide a steady source of income for his son, Andrew.

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I went to Stuyvesant High School in New York City. Stuyvesant was a part of the eight "specialized high schools" run by the

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For decades, Wall Street has been viewed as an antagonist of the American people.

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Strewn in the corner was a pair of beat-up, grey and light blue Nike running sneakers.

“Are these yours?” my roommate asked.

“Yep!” I responded.

“Are you throwing them out?”

“Um … no not yet.”

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There is a man who listens to no song twice.

Or a woman, as always their gender irrelevant.

Every thought is new – containing