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Saturday, April 30, 2016

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Many of us arrived

on campus with MCards

dangling from our necks and

oversized TCF sweatshirts in our

hands. Since then, we’ve witnessed
the inauguration of the University
of Michigan’s 14th president, Mark

Schlissel. We’ve sat patiently, waiting for the
announcement of not one, but two snow days.
We’ve cheered on the arrival of Jim Harbaugh,

the perennial “Michigan Man.” We’ve frozen
while waiting in the frigid weather for tickets
to see President Barack Obama speak at the

Intramural Building, and we’ve protested
police brutality and sexual assault in the

streets of Ann Arbor. We can picture where

we were at each of these moments, moments

that defined our college experience
and unified our campus. Today we
leave behind a school, a city and a

community that looks significantly

different than the one we

arrived at in 2012.

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