The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: Detroit Tigers 2018 Season Preview

Opening Day is a celebration unlike any other. We have been waiting since Nov. 1, 2017—yes, that's right, November—to get back to baseball, and we have finally reached the finish line. From this day forward, we will have at least one game to watch every single day until the 2018 World Series concludes. Think about that. Isn’t it beautiful? What might not be as beautiful is the season the Detroit Tigers are primed for. 

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Mississippi needs to reevaluate which lives matter

Just recently, Mississippi passed a bill that gave the state the strictest abortion laws in the U.S., banning most abortions after 15 weeks. (A day after the bill was signed, a judge temporarily blocked it until more arguments could be heard.) Besides being considered unconstitutional by many, this bill represents nothing but an arbitrary limitation on women who need help. Proponents of this agenda like to claim they are protecting the unborn and that these little lives matter, but I would argue that they are missing the bigger picture. 

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Column: Michigan's late-game NCAA Tournament heroics bring flashbacks of 2013 run

As sports fans, we all have highlights from our favorite teams that we will remember for the rest of our lives. We all have those moments where we will remember exactly where we were sitting and who we were with when we witnessed them.  As a loyal Detroit sports fan, I've experienced more heartbreak than the pleasure of witnessing those moments in the past five years. But what I will remember for a long time is exactly where I was on the night of March 29, 2013.

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Why we need to keep our eyes open about genocide

It is remarkably easy to distance ourselves from the problems that other people face. When trouble isn’t knocking on our own door, we tend not to notice it at all. Even global issues such as genocide seem to do little to rouse individuals, the government or the country as a whole. Still, genocide is a present and prominent part of the world we live in today, and we can no longer turn a blind eye.

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Analysis: Toys 'R' Us dies, Amazon thrives

If you haven’t heard, Toys "R" Us is officially closing its doors forever after the company’s September bankruptcy filing was followed up by a financially disappointing holiday season. Parents and children across the country are mourning the loss of such a beloved chain (though apparently not beloved enough for people to actually purchase its products). 

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