BY GABRIELA VASQUEZ
Still, this hope — the hope that Venezuela will finally be able to shake off the years of Chavismo, hate and violence — is all we have left.
BY ZAK WITUS
Understand that your world, your life, in all that is excellent and mundane, is beautiful. Pay more attention to the natural beauty, even the everyday beauty we see walking to class like the hot dog stand, the Chemistry Building, the squirrel, the coffee cup. Yes, it is the little things.
BY ELIZABETH DENGATE
If students learned about food at all — food, the stuff we enjoy and talk over and depend on for our survival every day, the topic that creates a common thread between all peoples, communities and our environment — it was in a theoretical sense, such as a classroom or outside of school entirely in a student group.
BY JACOB FROMM
Iceland isn’t attempting to stifle expression, but merely consumption. If the government really has a problem with “hardcore and brutal violence” in pornography — that is, if it takes issue with the mistreatment of women in under-regulated adult entertainment industries — then it should make attempts to protect actors from unfair and unsafe working conditions.
BY MANISH PARIKH
As a past resident of Zaragon, who’s lived at these apartments for over half of my time here in Ann Arbor, let me outline just why this building is among the safest apartment buildings anywhere in Ann Arbor.
BY MAX HELLER
Kerry has a long list of priorities during his first trip overseas. He will also be meeting with critical U.S. allies such as Germany and Saudi Arabia during his trip, and must build his relationship with diplomats in those nations as well.
BY BARRY BELMONT
Our relationship with our fellow animals (are we not merely mammals?) must be established if we are to properly gauge the benefits and detriments of our actions to them and for ourselves. Should we consider them property, meaning that we can do with them whatever we’d like?
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