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Wednesday, July 30, 2014

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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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From the Daily: A failing grade for funding

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The federal government should encourage a strong education system to revive Michigan’s economy, starting with providing funding.

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From the Daily: Wrongly redefined

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

In order to continue to lead in this research, the state Senate shouldn’t handcuff researchers by approving legislation that would limit stem cell research.

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From the Daily: Sustainable knowledge

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Initiatives like the new sustainability program sponsored by the Graham Institute give students the knowledge they need to adopt environmentally-friendly practices and help to preserve the planet.

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From the Daily: Green for the Great Lakes

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

To provide adequate protection for this vital resource, the federal government must fulfill the rest of its pledge and provide the full $5 billion to protect the Great Lakes.

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From the Daily: Revamping research

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

University researchers should work together, but they should also take advantage of the original ideas that students can provide.

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From the Daily: Keeping close to home

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

To help benefit Michigan’s failing economy, the University should focus on the creation of programs that will keep students in Michigan after they graduate.

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