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Tuesday, September 23, 2014

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Editorials

From the Daily: Removing the R-word

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Removing the word “retarded” from state law commendable move by the Michigan legislature and helps show Michigan’s commitment to the value of all citizens.

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From the Daily: A modern family

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The prolonged, unresponsive nature of the state government towards gay rights must come to an end, as the state’s 2004 constitutional amendment ban on gay marriage is outdated and morally wrong

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From the Daily: Updating an outdated law

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

To ensure the equality and fundamental rights of all members of the state, Michigan needs to amend the Elliot-Larsen Civil Rights Act to be more inclusive.

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From the Daily: Pushing past Prop. 2

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Though it seems apparent that Proposal 2 has carried much of the blame for decreasing minority enrollment, the University shouldn’t use it as a crutch to deflect criticism, but should refocus on what options do remain to increase diversity.

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From the Daily: Changing Greek party culture

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Rather than creating policies that stop alcohol consumption completely, it is more important to change the culture of campus by having safer parties. The University has the potential to build its reputation by stepping in and taking action.

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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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