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Thursday, August 21, 2014

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Editorials

From the Daily: Pedaling to a better future

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The implementation of ArborBike will help students get around our increasingly, spread-out campus. The University should implement the program in earnest — and barring any major difficulties — expand it to include more areas of the city.

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From the Daily: Donating to school priorities

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

In order to provide more students with a superior academic experience, the University must refocus on raising money for underserved areas of the institution.

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From The Daily: Standardizing medical dosage

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

With the proximate goal of saving the lives of children and the ultimate goal of eliminating preventable medical errors, this initiative — supported by the University, state doctors and the federal government — is worth our full support and that of the state legislature.

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From the Daily: Predatory banking

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

In order to protect the financial interests of students, the University should reevaluate its relationship with TCF bank.

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From the Daily: A better balance

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The University must ensure that professors are comfortable with what they’re asked to teach, and must explore other instructing options when they aren’t.

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From the Daily: Cultivating the economy

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Overall, the new farm bill is set to enhance the agricultural economy in states such as Michigan — one of the nation’s largest and most diverse farming economies — but will be detrimental to SNAP beneficiaries.

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From the Daily: A SMART(er) option

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The proposal, called the Smarter Michigan and Retaining Talent Tuition Program, would provide college students interest-free loans if they agree to pay a small percentage of their income back after graduation. Michigan legislators should work to pass SMART because it provides a more reasonable approach to paying student loans and could make college more accessible.

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