BY PATRICK MAILLET
We need to invest in our future and revamp the American education system. After all, our society can’t depend on a generation that needs to seek advice from Wikipedia to find out the names of the Great Lakes.
BY HARSHA NAHATA
For better or for worse, Flint and Detroit are our cities. It's time to start acting like it.
BY TIMOTHY BURROUGHS
The federal government, with the help of the private sector, needs to re-commitment themselves to maintaining our national parks.
BY JENNIFER XU
Detractors say that the post office is an obsolete institution. Such remarks pain me, because USPS is trying — really trying — to take steps into the 21st century.
BY KATIE STEEN
I don’t really give a shit about their legal definition of sexual assault. I want to know if I shouldn’t take a cab because there’s someone — potentially multiple people — in Ann Arbor molesting women in cabs. Isn’t that the duty of the police department: to inform and protect its citizens?
BY MICHAEL SPAETH
The bottom line is that if we take advantage of the opportunities at our university that relate most closely to our interests and career goals, we will be prepared to succeed in the knowledge economy.
BY PATRICK MAILLET
We have to start using logic when forming our gun policy. If not, and if we do not react accordingly to the deaths of 26 innocent children and teachers in Newtown, then they will have died in vain and we will have no one to blame but ourselves.
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