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Thursday, November 27, 2014

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From the Daily: Nothing to hide?

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

While there are conflicting opinions about whether or not state document retention policies apply to the University, it’s also unclear why the school has taken itself to be an exception and is engaging in a larger pattern of behavior that obscures public transparency.

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From the Daily: VOTE Taylor, White, Weiser and Schauer

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Because there is so much at stake, students must pay attention to the issues and make informed decisions on Tuesday.

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From the Daily: A principled tradition

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Michigan’s storied history is a winning one — especially in football — but it’s not the scoreboard from which students and alumni draw their pride. The true value of the Michigan tradition is the moral standard by which all students, staff and alumni are supposed to conduct themselves.

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From the Daily: Profiting off students

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

It is imperative that Gov. Rick Snyder and the Michigan State Legislature work together to swiftly regulate the for-profit college education industry as part of a strategic policy for reducing student debt overall.

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From the Daily: Driving innovation

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The state should be promoting economic pressure for innovation and more environmentally friendly options. It is improbable that Tesla will competitively overwhelm GM, Ford, and other Michigan incumbent automakers in the current market. And in the long run, additional competitors in the automotive marketplace will generate competitive innovation, benefitting the state's economy and residents, and Michigan legislature and Gov. Snyder should welcome this.

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From the Daily: Stressing the small stuff

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Reports of stress and anxiety may appear to be common, everyday emotions, and thus undeserving of such attention. But willful disregard for basic mental health will certainly lead to larger and more serious disorders that can have devastating effects. By working to lower stress and anxiety levels of its students, the University can prevent future cost and illness.

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From the Daily: A contraception conundrum

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

While University students’ use of contraception is much higher than the national average, the decrease in contraception use at the University brings up questions about its availability.

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