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Thursday, August 28, 2014

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Editorials

From the Daily: Drying out Detroit

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

While it’s important that DWSD receives funds to make up for their deficit, the department must also keep the lives of Detroit residents in mind when implementing programs to collect water bills.

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From the Daily: Fighting Molly (and other drugs)

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The University can address this troubling trend by supporting students who may be suffering from drug dependence or abuse by better advertising the extensive resources for students.

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From the Daily: Keeping it clean

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Michigan should continue to work closely with the Canadian government and regulatory agencies to prevent the development of the proposed facility and formulate viable alternatives for the disposal of nuclear waste.

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From the Daily: Registration information

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

While having students register for the entire year may not be the answer, the University should provide course information for the entire year in order to help students plan their academic careers.

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From the Daily: Awarding artistic expression

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The Accolades Achievement in the Arts will recognize the accomplishments of student arts groups by announcing the winners of 18 different awards as determined by student votes. The event is a positive way to promote and recognize student arts groups, and similar events should be considered in the future.

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From the Daily: Renovating Detroit

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Duggan’s proposal to grant $25,000 in forgivable loans to owners of 79 vacant homes in the Marygrove neighborhood is worthy of praise. It’s an efficient form of blight removal and control because it maintains salvageable homes and also works with community members to guide the process.

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From the Daily: Celebrating mental wellness

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CAPS has helped make a positive change in the community and encouraged discussion of a difficult topic with this event. The University should continue to promote and strengthen CAPS in order to maximize their ability to affect change and reach out to students.

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From the Daily: A matter of morals

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The Business Leaders for Michigan have recently thrown their support behind the banning of employment discrimination based on sexual orientation based on economics. While this rationalization is sound, an economic argument shouldn’t be the only reason for the banning of discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation.

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From the Daily: Bad business

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The Business School should make its grading policy consistent with other undergraduate schools and programs within the University.

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Columns

Victoria Noble: Coming hoMe

BY VICTORIA NOBLE

No matter what kind of home these students create for themselves this year, the people they meet will always be the foundation.

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James Brennan: The fall

BY JAMES BRENNAN

As I’ve thrown myself into my classes this summer, I’ve watched the last slivers of my humanity start to disappear, becoming increasingly isolated, unhappy and, now, barely able to write.

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Harleen Kaur: Learning to say goodbye

BY HARLEEN KAUR

As senior year approaches (quicker than I’d like), I’m hoping that most of my goodbyes will actually be see-you-soons, and though it will be hard to not live down the hall from my closest friends or be able to see familiar faces in the dining hall, in lecture, or on the Diag,

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Derek Wolfe: Equal and opposite

BY DEREK WOLFE

In 1996, there were 67 million emergency room visits. In 2008, 119 million. There’s no doubt millions of those trips could have been moved to urgent cares, which are equipped for handling smaller injuries and sicknesses.

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Victoria Noble: Putting performance before beauty

BY VICTORIA NOBLE

We can’t give acceptance a gender. For a while, the trends were for both genders to face body scrutiny. That trend is dangerous and unacceptable, and it goes without saying that everyone deserves to love their bodies. It’s time that we throw that trend in reverse, and it’s refreshing to see ESPN doing so — but improvement isn’t just for the guys.

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Viewpoints

Viewpoint: Taking back our bodies

BY MELISSA SCHOLKE

Society needs to stop placing women’s health on the line to placate the populations who enjoy objectifying us.

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Viewpoint: Time for trains

BY PAUL SHERMAN

So, perhaps it’s time for a change. In the future, I hope I can hop on a high-speed train that could take me from Ann Arbor to Washington D.C in no time at all.

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Michigan in Color: Diary of a mad Black dude

Courtesy of Dan Green

BY DAN GREEN

Throughout my time here, I have learned in many classes and events about the stratification of resources in this country and the decimation of Black bodies abroad.

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Viewpoint: What about the color green?

BY KRISTEN ANDERSON

My experiences at Michigan sometimes dilute my perception of wealth distribution. But my studies at Michigan have taught me that even being a dull shade of green still means being exponentially more privileged than the vast majority of others throughout the rest of the state, country and world.

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Cartoons

Cartoon: #Graduation

BY MEGGIE RAMM

Meggie Ramm can be reached at roseramm@umich.edu.

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Cartoon: Freshman year to senior year

BY VIRGINIA EASTHOPE

Virginia can be reached at vcehope@umich.edu.

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Cartoon: Major in dreaming, minor in napping

BY VIRGINIA EASTHOPE

Virginia Easthope can be reached at vcehope@umich.edu.

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