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Sunday, December 21, 2014

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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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From the Daily: A right to education

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Legislators must work to guarantee that a solvent, sustainable and successful public education system a right for Michigan children.

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From the Daily: Coming up short on safety

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

City Council must stave off further downsizing of its police and fire departments and plug its budget gaps by other means.

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From the Daily: Taking notice

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The local government must respond to this problem by improving the accessibility and quality of homeless shelters and services, not by evicting their harmless residents.

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From the Daily: Brb g2g drive

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The state is saying ttyl to texting while driving. A day before Democratic Gov. Jennifer Granholm spoke to a crowd of University graduates in the Big House, she appeared on "The Oprah Winfrey Show"to sign the ban into law. The new legislation will make the act a primary offense, slapping hefty fines on violators.

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From the Daily: ’09-’10 Edgars

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

These awards only cost $9,000 of students’ money.

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