The Michigan Daily Class of 2017
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Senior Goodbyes 2017

Tuesday is the last day of print publication for The Michigan Daily in 2017, and the last paper the Daily's 2017 class will make. Following Daily tradition, below the seniors say goodbye to 420 Maynard and reflect on the impact it has had on them, just as it has on thousands of students for the past 127 years.

The Michigan Daily welcomes the incoming Managing Editors for the 2018 calendar year.
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The Michigan Daily ushers in a new class of managing editors

As the fall semester comes to a close, new editors at The Michigan Daily are preparing to ascend to the helms of their respective sections for the 2018 calendar year.

We don't want him here

Don’t let him come here,

This man who hates colored people,

The one who spreads racism,

Provost Martin Philbert discusses Richard Spencer at the Senate Assembly meeting Monday in Palmer Commons.
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Schlissel talks sexual misconduct, Spencer to Senate Assembly

At its last meeting of the year, the University of Michigan Senate Assembly invited President Mark Schlissel to provide remarks on University progress and challenges from the past semester.

'The Merry Wives of Windsor' is the original story of women's revenge

Rumor has it that Queen Elizabeth once asked William Shakespeare to write a play in which her favorite character of Sir John Falstaff (featured in “Henry IV”) falls in love.

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Music

Forty-two years later: the indelible markings of Patti Smith's 'Horses'

It felt like Smith’s evocative lyrics carried me to Jupiter, where I felt the gravitational pull of 16 moons hold me in place. It was extremely heavy, and I’d give anything to anyone if I could listen to Horses for the first time again.

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