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Wednesday, September 17, 2014

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Editorials

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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From the Daily: Equal treatment for all students

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Michigan shouldn’t hold back when giving students the right to choose their own gender. They should join other states like California and Maine in pioneering for transgender equality inside and outside of the classroom.

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From the Daily: A slippery situation

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Ann Arbor and its residents must come to a reasonable agreement on the caretaking of the sidewalks in order to ensure the safety of all citizens.

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From the Daily: Strengthening LGBTQ support

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

In order to fully support its LGBTQ students and faculty, the University must promote awareness and take concrete action for relief of inequalities faced by our LBGTQ population.

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