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Friday, November 28, 2014

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Editorials

From the Daily: A private investigation

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The University should expand the resources, such as the SANE program, implement new emergency responses and clarify existing investigation methods.

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From the Daily: A crisis of ignorance

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Gender roles and sex are shaped by societal norms, and the effect this has on student perception of sex and women cannot be understated. Combating sexual crimes means addressing ignorance, and the University has an opportunity now to lead the way in sexual education and prevent rape and assault on campus.

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From the Daily: It's on all of us

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

As President Obama begins to combat sexual assault from a national level, it is important to remember that everyone can and should help. This is a crisis that has persisted for too long, and it's on all of us.

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From the Daily: Yes means yes

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Given the surge of sexual assault cases, the state of Michigan and the University should review their current policies on sexual assault and implement elements of California’s legislation in order to create a safer campus environments across the state.

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From the Daily: Never too safe

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Emergencies are unpredictable and maybe even inevitable, but with continual improvements to DPSS communication systems and proper training for University faculty, tragedies can be prevented.

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From the Daily: The housing headache

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

While there are University programs in place to help students with off-campus housing, there remains a need for additional assistance. Furthermore, Ann Arbor must more closely monitor leasing practices in the city’s housing market.

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From the Daily: A full house

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The challenges faced during the recent housing dilemma should and could have been avoided by proactive planning. The University can prevent future crises by improving interdepartmental communications and planning contingencies for inevitable errors.

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