From the Daily

For the past two years, the University of Michigan has been under investigation by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights for its handling of allegations of sexual violence.

Two months ago, North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory signed a bill banning transgender individuals from using public bathrooms that don’t match the sex on their birth certificates.

The University must be diligent in finding an applicant who’s committed not only to maintaining Hackett’s success, but also to increasing diversity and promoting inclusion in the Athletic Department.

Gov. Rick Snyder's response is unacceptable, as it's based in reactionary fear, not fact or reason, and vilifies Syrian refugees who are more directly affected by the violence than most Americans.

Targeting bystander intervention programs toward specific populations, such as bar employees, is a necessary step toward decreasing the likelihood of sexual assault in the state, in the Ann Arbor community and at the University.

The entire campus community must listen to and sympathize with the very real and urgent struggles that all students of color face in 2015.

No help for the highways

Gov. Rick Snyder should consider vetoing the proposed bill in the hope of passing a more specific road infrastructure plan.

President Barack Obama's Testing Action Plan calls for a reduction in time students spend taking standardized tests.

Streamlined testing will produce useful data and allow for teachers to do what’s more important — focus on teaching content in the classroom.

The only way hope can be restored in the political process is by putting elections back in the hands of voters.

Eliminating this disclosure requirement exemplifies good policy on behalf of the Obama administration — the kind that produces positive change.