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Thursday, November 20, 2014

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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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From the Daily: Reform the vote

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

MSA must fix the flaws with the online voting system and take action to prove to students that voting matters. And students must remember that they have a civic duty to vote.

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From the Daily: Room(mate) service

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The University has partnered with LSA-Student Government to create a new online roommate search service in order to help students who are “going in blind” find compatible roommates.

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From the Daily: An 'F' in budgeting

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

No one should be priced out of higher education. Yet with a potential tuition increase looming for Michigan’s community colleges, a college degree may become even harder to achieve.

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From the Daily: The cost of unpaid internships

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Federal and state government agencies must distinguish between beneficial unpaid internships and those that exploit students and enforce labor laws to protect students.

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From the Daily: Smart funding

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The state should use federal funds and the creation of the smart grid to kick-start its transition to a greener, more diversified economy.

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