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Tuesday, July 7, 2015

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From the Daily: Vote The Team

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The Michigan Daily’s editorial board endorses The Team candidates Will Royster and Matt Fidel for CSG president and vice president.

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From the Daily: Unsurprising behavior

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

In light of all of these events, it is absolutely imperative — for ethical reasons and for the sake of re-earning students’ trust — for the University to provide the documents, or at least a timeline for the release of the documents that were requested two months ago, with or without legislation mandating the University do so.

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From the Daily: Reevaluating the system

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The University must reevaluate how fraternities are punished.

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From the Daily: Protecting all identities

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Despite the progressive stance taken by Planet Fitness, these events illustrate the need to re-evaluate the current state of transgender protections and to promote anti-discriminatory policies at both the national and state level.

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From the Daily: Expanding the experience

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Taking the initiative and making more reasonably priced tickets available to students receiving Pell Grants is an innovative and much-needed program. It is another step to improving the relationship between students and athletics, one that became strained during the era of former Athletic Director Dave Brandon.

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From the Daily: A dangerous precedent

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Denying individuals services based solely upon a religious viewpoint is both an ethical violation and a contradiction of the standard of separation of church and state.

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From the Daily: Don't allow weapons on campus

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

While advocates for this reform argue it is for the benefit of sexual assault survivors, there seems to be political motivation behind their reasoning. It appears that the pro-gun lobby is now utilizing the issue of sexual assault to validate concealed carry. However, this view overlooks the real issues surrounding sexual assault on college campuses and should absolutely not be implemented.

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