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Generations Lead The March On Washington

On Jan. 21, the Women’s March on Washington served as the point of trade between the hands of the previous generation and the voices of the current. In the sea of millions of individuals who challenged the nation’s current standpoint in democracy, it was the blood-lined generations who truly flooded the world. On the corner […]

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How To Be Agent of Change

We live in a negative world. This is a sad statement, but this past election cycle has proven it to be true. My newsfeed on Facebook, Twitter, and even Instagram was filled with nothing more than long rants about the candidates for the Presidency and why each was a threat to the safety and prosperity […]

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One (Pants)suit Nation, Under God, With Liberty and Justice for All

Donald Trump may be President-elect for the U.S., but he will never be the President-elect for us. The man who equates sexual assault to locker room banter, believes love is only for the heterosexual, and thinks 50-year-old white males have more say over a woman’s body than she does, will never have my respect or […]

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President Trump – Where To Go From Here?

As a 19-year-old student at the University of Michigan, politics is something that has been so far from my mind. With midterm season, a case of seasonal allergies, and tailgating season still going on, you could say I have been more than distracted these past couple weeks. After the results last night, the lack of […]

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President Elect Trump…Now What?

The election is over, and Donald Trump will be our President.  For some of us, those are the worst words we ever heard and ones we never expected to. For others, even if this is an outcome we hoped for, this has been a draining election season, leaving many of us with collateral damage in […]