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Friday, May 29, 2015

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Editorials

From the Daily: A line of our own

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The University should continue to lead in the field of embryonic stem cell research.

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From the Daily: Stop cyberbullying

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The state must address the seriousness of this threat and create legislation to protect the victims of cyberbullying.

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From the Daily: Big benefits in nanotechnology

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

In the wake of cuts to state funding on higher education facilities across the state, the University received some uplifting and positive news — a nanomechanical engineering lab complex will be built on North Campus by 2013.

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From the Daily: A budget lesson

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The state government needs to reexamine its principles, stop the cut in funding and begin to invest in the future leaders of the state.

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From the Daily: Dismiss Shirvell

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Cox should remove Shirvell from his post in the attorney general's office.

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From the Daily: Tracks to the future

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

State leaders in the Midwest should continue to cooperate to build the high-speed railway.

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From The Daily: Schooled on reform

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Obama needs to ensure that any suggested reforms include plans to receive federal funding.

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