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News in 2020 seemed to break nearly every single day. From elections to protests to COVID-19 to Michigan sports, The Daily takes a look back at some of the biggest headlines of the year and highlights 20 days that defined 2020. Check it out here.
In the main hallway of Markley Residence Hall is a selection of large blue move-in bins. Standing next to the bins is a portable whiteboard sign with a hand-written message: “Please wipe before & after use!” On the floor lies a tube of disinfectant wipes, empty.
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden announced Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., as his running mate early Tuesday evening. Harris will be the first ever African-American and first South Asian-American woman vice presidential nominee for a major party.
Candidates running for City Council are required to release reports on their campaign finances, including a list of all contributions made to their campaigns. The Daily examined those lists and compared the donors funding each candidate’s race.
With more than $40,000, Jen Eyer, Democratic candidate for Ward 4, raised the most of all candidates. Lisa Disch, Democratic candidate for Ward 1, and Erica Briggs, Democratic candidate for Ward 5, were next in line with $27,094 and $27,054, respectively. Click the link above to see donation breakdowns for the City Council race.