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Thursday, January 29, 2015

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Editorials

From the Daily: Purging the influence

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The University Medical School’s decision to discontinue corporate sponsorship of postgraduate classes is a commendable step that should be emulated by institutions across the country.

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From the Daily: Leave no worker behind

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Not only should federal funding be restored, the project — and others like it — should be expanded across the country.

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From the Daily: The wrong kind of tradition

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The state should treat affordable, quality public universities as an invaluable pillar of a sound economic foundation.

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From the Daily: LEEDers and Best

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

If the University is to be a world leader in both research and social responsibility, it should aim to attain the highest standard of environmental sustainability.

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From the Daily: Recruit responsibly

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

If the football program, and by extension the University, want to be taken seriously, they must more effectively coordinate their recruitment operations with the admissions office.

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From the Daily: A biased judge

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

If the University wants DPS to have any semblance of legitimacy as a protective body, it must ensure that it has a robust and independent oversight committee.

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From the Daily: Blowing the whistle on misconduct

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The University must purge itself of an environment that forces faculty members to choose between academic integrity and their career.

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