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Senate Assembly approves confidentiality resolution

BY CARLY NOAH

After discussing digital learning and affordability with University Provost Martha Pollack during their monthly meeting Monday, the Senate Assembly approved a resolution discouraging faculty from signing confidentiality agreements or orally agreeing to not disclose information from

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Six Greek life chapters suspended after ski resort vandalism

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BY ANASTASSIOS ADAMOPOULOS

After several University Greek life chapters reportedly caused damage at two Michigan ski resorts, six Greek life chapters reportedly involved — the University’s chapters of Sigma Alpha Mu, Sigma Delta Tau, Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Phi, Chi Psi and Delta Gamma — have now been suspended by their national chapters.

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From the Daily: Develop a plan on homelessness

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

In order to relocate the homeless off private property and into caring hands, councilmembers must create attainable options rather than waiting until they are forced to evict campers who are, quite frankly, stuck in the muck.

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Weekend sweep showcases depth on offense

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BY ERIN LENNON

Scoring chances from Talcott and several other forwards showed that an offense that averages more than 4.36 goals is as deep as it is top-heavy.

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Wolverines extend home winning streak with victory over Illinois

BY JACOB GASE

Michigan (5-3, 13-6) jumped out to a quick lead by making nine of its first 12 field goals, and the Wolverines handily dropped Illinois, 70-57.

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Bechdel delivers insightful, witty talk at Penny Stamps

BY CAROLINE FILIPS

She came. She spoke. We laughed. As soon as cartoonist and writer Alison Bechdel appeared on stage and graced the nearly-full crowd with her presence, she too laughed … at herself.

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University considers data collection policy changes

BY CARLY NOAH

The University is exploring innovative methods to use existing data to improve teaching and learning techniques.
Though the University currently retains student data, such as course grades, some officials argue the information should be more accessible to researchers and professors, who can in turn use it to improve the student experience inside the classroom.

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Injury-plagued Wolverines search for scoring against surging Cornhuskers

BY MAX BULTMAN

After losing an overtime stinger to then-No. 6 Wisconsin on Saturday, the Wolverines will try to avoid an untimely hangover when Nebraska visits Crisler Center on Tuesday.

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Final suspect found guilty in DeWolf trial

BY ANASTASSIOS ADAMOPOULOS

Joei Jordan, the third suspect accused in the murder of Paul DeWolf, a University medical student, was convicted Tuesday of felony murder, home invasion in the first degree and conspiracy to commit home invasion in the first degree, The Ann Arbor News reported.

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Discovery may impact treatment of diabetes

BY KATIE PENROD

Researchers from the United Kingdom and the Michigan Comprehensive Diabetes Center have identified the brain cells wired to detect glucose levels — a discovery which could improve how patients and doctors manage diabetes.

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Intelligent 'The Nightly Show' has promise to grow

BY ADAM THEISEN

Jon Stewart never set out to make a point. When he took over “The Daily Show” from Craig Kilborn in 1999, he shifted the program’s focus toward more explicitly political satire, and Stewart has undoubtedly made an impact through the years on America’s current political climate.

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Karen Hua: We've become cold-hearted

BY KAREN HUA

A simple nod or “have a nice day” will not actually hinder me on my way to my destination, nor will it make the biting wind any softer. Regardless, I’m quite sure the cold is much harsher on their end of the sidewalk.

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