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Monday, January 26, 2015

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From the Daily: State of the State

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

While Snyder’s speech was commendable in its recognition of previous achievements and idealistic goals, he neglected to expand upon the substantial steps needed to create a better future for the state of Michigan.

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From the Daily: An invasion of basic rights

Nolan Loh/Daily

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Snyder’s approval of Senate Bills 105-107 simultaneously benefits certain ex-offenders while threatening the privacy of those accused of nonviolent felonies.

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From the Daily: A college for every community

Gabrielle DeCaro/Daily

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

While this new proposal is a leap forward for the U.S. education system, concerns and amendments still remain for the proposition.

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From the Daily: A questionable ACT

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Despite possible benefits to this switch, the decision to switch to the SAT was first and foremost for the state’s economic benefit; it was a decision that seemingly did not take into account the difficulties families and students will face during the transition process.

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From the Daily: Policing the police

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

While the Garner case has proven body cameras alone can’t be expected to solve deeply rooted and systemic issues of police brutality, requiring officers to wear them has been statistically shown to create more accountability on all sides. Therefore, the Ann Arbor Police Department, the University of Michigan Police Department and other law enforcement agencies across the nation should adopt the use of body cameras as the first step in a multi-pronged approach to police reformation.

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From the Daily: Aggregating opportunity

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

While there is potential in this technology to create a more personalized student experience, if the University were to implement a similar system, they should be aware of concerns regarding its possible invasiveness into students’ lives.

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From the Daily: Drinking in the open

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

An approach of openness and comprehensive education offers the University the opportunity to shape the futures of Wolverines for years to come.

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