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Friday, August 29, 2014

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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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From the Daily: Expand educational excellence

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

With an emphasis on languages and global awareness, as well as problem solving and critical thinking, this unique educational system seems to successfully prepare students for college and the real world. The state should provide funding to allow more schools to adopt the International Baccalaureate programme.

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From the Daily: A good first step

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

While it is good that Snyder is spending mostly on health, human services and education, the recent surplus money and Rainy Day Fund should be used to invest in renewable energy. Snyder still has a reputation of cutting spending from education. If he is reelected, Snyder needs to continue to allocate funding for higher education.

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From the Daily: Bridging a lack of access

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

While his support for the project is commendable, Snyder needs to do more to ensure the expediency of the project. Snyder should sufficiently pressure the Department of Homeland Security to fund the plaza.

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From the Daily: Clearing the air

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

City council should approve the ordinance in order to create a safe environement for City children, citizens and visitors. A cleaner Ann Arbor would improve its image, citizen health, and even frequency of visits to certain businesses and parks.

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