From the Daily

While there is significant room for improvement in many aspects, at the very least, the police should be stopped from taking people’s possessions prior to a conviction.

The University must continue to improve its diversity or risk being seen as uninviting to students of all backgrounds.

Course evaluations in their current form may not aid students in choosing classes, but releasing them should be a relatively painless process.

The University should have taken better efforts to ensure all students have the opportunity to understand the revised sexual misconduct policy.

A necessary expansion

Last week’s launch of a hotline, which is meant to provide psychological services to students during hours when the CAPS office is closed, is especially commendable for its recognition that students need mental health support at all times — not just 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays.

Ensuring their freedom of speech through law is the only practical option to keep the college press free.

Students should understand the risks of participating, but the recent decision by the Office of Greek Life and the IFC to effectively attempt to end the event is an overreach into private student affairs.

Michigan legislators have finally laid a foundation to fix the dire state of sex education in Michigan with a bill that would teach sexual consent — its definition and application — in classrooms across the state.

The vote to defund Planned Parenthood is deplorable and we strongly encourage the House of Representatives to consider the facts and popular opinion.

While the College Scorecard should not be the only tool used to evaluate colleges, students should embrace the program as a new mode of evaluating schools and push colleges to be more transparent about affordability and life after graduation.