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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

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Editorials

From the Daily: Recognizing gifted students

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Gov. Snyder needs to allocate funds to programs and after school activities that encourage gifted students to challenge themselves academically and develop targeted interests from an early age.

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From the Daily: Credit where credit is due

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Students with more than 60 credits, who are of junior or senior standing, can now transfer credits from a community college, helping to lower economic barriers to higher education and allowing for greater schedule flexibility without diminishing the quality of a degree earned at the University.

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From the Daily: Building Detroit's foundation

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Crime reduction and blight removal are excellent priorities that are necessary for building a strong foundation in the city. Moving forward, Detroit should implement other long-term goals that address the source of these problems.

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From the Daily: Keep the lakes great

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

To protect the lakes, Gov. Rick Snyder and other state legislators should exhaust all options to implement stricter regulations when oil is processed or transferred near the Great Lakes.

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From the Daily: Focus on the issues

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Since CSG is obviously not capable of monitoring itself, the University must step in as a third party to supervise CSG elections.

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From the Daily: Enabling campus

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Though the University has taken positive measures to accommodate students with disabilities, additional resources and information should be provided to reach equality for these students.

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From the Daily: Turning a new page

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The University should make an effort to utilize open-source textbooks more often in class curricula in order to reduce the cost of education for its students.

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