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Friday, September 19, 2014

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Editorials

From the Daily: Back to the drawing board

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The anti-graffiti ordinance wastes property owners’ time and money to solve a problem that doesn’t exist.

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From the Daily: Ann Arbor's feeling lucky

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

With its highly educated population and the resources available through the University, Ann Arbor is an ideal location for Google to pilot the Google Fiber program.

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From the Daily: Requiring repatriation

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The University should act in a timely manner and return the 1,390 “culturally unidentifiable” remains it currently possesses to the appropriate Native American groups.

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From the Daily: Lending education a hand

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

When searching for loans for school, many students look to private lenders. But a proposal before the U.S. Senate could make the federal government students’ first option.

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From the Daily: Electing to vote

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Any action that removes potential barriers to exercising one’s voice in government is a no-brainer — especially when it won’t have any serious impact on education or cause faculty any real undue pain.

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From the Daily: Site not found

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

MSA spent $9,000 of the money it gets from students on a product that, despite hours of work, failed to function correctly. It essentially spent $9,000 on nothing.

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From the Daily: Show us the syllabi

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Professors should quickly embrace the practice of putting syllabi up early, and the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs — the faculty’s leading governing body — should make it official policy.

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