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Sunday, April 20, 2014

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Editorials

From the Daily: Silence under orders

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

For years, the U.S. military’s infamous “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy has been the focus of much controversy.

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From the Daily: Bring out the bins

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Recycling serves an important environmental purpose, and the University needs to ensure that recycling receptacles for paper are readily available in the halls and rooms in residence halls, including in the Lawyers Club.

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From the Daily: Counting on students

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Filling out the census only takes about 10 minutes — most people will only have to answer 10 questions — so there’s no excuse for not doing it.

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From the Daily: Ttyl cnt txt now

BY FROM THE DAILY

It takes only three seconds of distraction to cause 80 percent of accidents. And most text messages take longer than three seconds to type.

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From the Daily: Funding the wrong track

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

While Michigan is leading the way in research developments, it is falling far behind the pack when it comes to combating unemployment. That position seems unlikely to change after the state was snubbed in the latest round of stimulus funding distribution.

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From the Daily: Education balancing act

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The Ann Arbor Public School District is treading a fine line in its promise to keep budget cuts out of the classroom.

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From the Daily: Mind over money

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

University presidents — including Coleman — should reject high salaries to show their commitment to the mission of public education.

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