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Thursday, April 24, 2014

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From the Daily: Readdressing life sentences

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

While the proposed Senate Bill 319 complies with the U.S. Supreme Court ruling against life sentence without parole for juvenile offenders for future cases, the state legislature should approve resentencing hearings for all Michigan juveniles facing life without parole.

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From the Daily: Student-athletes deserve a voice

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Northwestern’s players pose legitimate demands regarding the well-being of student-athletes. The NCAA must work alongside college athletes to find a better way to address these concerns.

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From the Daily: A shameful response

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

In the last two days, the University has neglected any opportunity to speak out and address the public criticisms directed toward it. Instead, administrators have invoked a number of furtive internal policies and vaguely interpreted laws to explain its silence.

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From the Daily: Opening the door to Detroit

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The economy is changing, and Detroit must change to keep up with today’s fast-paced information economy. Governor Snyder’s plan to bring immigrants into the city will aid in growing the population and tax base of Detroit, but any plan to bolster Detroit’s economy must take into account the current population of Detroit.

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From the Daily: Moving ‘forward’ again

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

In the State of the Union, Obama discussed his efforts to improve the educational accessibility for all students, make higher education more affordable and a plan to assist a bankrupt Detroit. Stating these issues is one thing, but we must hold Obama to his word as he goes forward in his second term.

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From the Daily: A suspect separation

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

While it is commendable that the University succeeded in punishing Gibbons for violating the Student Sexual Misconduct Policy, there are serious questions that the school needs to answer.

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From the Daily: Fueling Detroit's comeback

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

By allotting this money to the city, Snyder is crossing party lines and showing the rest of the state that Detroit is worth the investment.

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