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Tuesday, April 21, 2015

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Editorials

From the Daily: Change the schedule

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The University should consider starting classes a week earlier, before Labor Day. While there would certainly be opposition to this proposal, it is the best solution to fixing this problem.

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From the Daily: A necessary reality

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

While increasing out-of-state enrollment may seem controversial, in reality, it is one of the few options the University has to keep its budget balanced and remain a top-tier institution.

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From the Daily: A more humane society

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The existing legislation regarding animal cruelty needs change, and these bills offer balanced amendments that consider the complexities of animal abuse and neglect.

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From the Daily: An ineffective effort

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Since it is commonplace for large institutions to implement a wide-scale honor code, something the University is lacking, developing this code is worthwhile. However, it is naïve to believe a new honor code will achieve what Dishell hopes.

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From the Daily: A protected campus

Gabrielle DeCaro/Daily

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The state — as a measure to contain the disease — should specifically institute education reforms in areas already affected by outbreaks. To guard against more avoidable outbreaks, factual information regarding vaccines should be integrated into class curriculum to allow students to better understand the preventative measures available to them.

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Karen Hua: In support of LS&Play

BY KAREN HUA

Writing, thinking, analyzing: these are skills critical to our society, albeit not in the same way that creating the next rocket ship, investment corporation or cancer medication is.

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From the Daily: Increasing student influence

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Creating a student-majority ward should not be a priority. Instead, the student population needs to participate in city government at an increased rate.

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