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Sunday, December 21, 2014

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Editorials

From the Daily: Affirming other actions

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

If the University truly desires diversity, the administration should incorporate some suggestions into its programs and policies.

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From the Daily: (Transit)ioning forward

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Passing the millage was a commendable move that will increase transportation for those who most need it. However, the AAATA must ensure that the millage funds improve transit services in a way that will positively impact citizens and ease transportation for the entire county.

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From the Daily: 13'-14' Edgar Awards

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Back when J. Edgar Hoover, that infallible defender of our constitutional rights, was playing dictator and spying on Americans as head of the FBI (not unlike the NSA), The Michigan Daily’s editorial page handed out the Edgar Awards annually to individuals and institutions best embodying his many admirable characteristics. Of necessity, we revived the tradition in recent years.

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From the Daily: Renovating campus connections

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

North Campus is an integral part of the University that should be better incorporated into the student experience during their college careers, and the North Campus Grove project will do just that.

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From the Daily: Fighting Molly (and other drugs)

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The University can address this troubling trend by supporting students who may be suffering from drug dependence or abuse by better advertising the extensive resources for students.

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From the Daily: Keeping it clean

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Michigan should continue to work closely with the Canadian government and regulatory agencies to prevent the development of the proposed facility and formulate viable alternatives for the disposal of nuclear waste.

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From the Daily: Registration information

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

While having students register for the entire year may not be the answer, the University should provide course information for the entire year in order to help students plan their academic careers.

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