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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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A Rude Awakening by Ilana Miller

Editor’s Note – We made a commitment to our contributors and followers yesterday that if anyone had something they wanted to say about the election and sought a forum in which to be heard, we would be that forum. We’re not advocating a particular point of view, but rather giving voice to so many who […]

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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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What’s Next?

It’s National Tell A Story Day. Here, Carly Kahan,  a rising sophomore at the University of Michigan, tells us what’s next in her story. Seven months have gone by since I took my first step onto the University of Michigan campus as a freshman student. Though I experienced a combination of nerves and anxiety, there […]

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Going to College Without My Best Friend By Sydney Lieberman

Bed, Bath, and Beyond order done. Carry-on bag packed. Laptop and phone charged. Excited Michigan freshman sitting on the plane. Everything was all ready to go and all right except that one thing was missing… My father… I had my mom, my nana, and my popi sitting beside me on the plane, but still something […]