August 29, 2022
As students return to campus for the fall semester, the University of Michigan looks to the Public Health Infection Prevention and Response Advisory Committee and the Department of Infection Prevention and Epidemiology for advice on COVID-19 and monkeypox protocols. Learn more about remote classes, COVID-19 testing policies and who is considered a priority group for the monkeypox vaccine.
Biden to forgive up to $10,000 in student loans for graduates making under $125k
On Wednesday, President Joe Biden announced that he plans to cancel up to $10,000 in student debt for college graduates who have federal student loans and are earning less than $125,000 per year. Read more about the Biden administration’s goal to provide future support for students with loans, how much debt the average undergraduate student has after graduation and how different politicians responded to Biden’s plans.
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Santa Ono is calling UMich Ho-Ho-Home! Now that summer’s come to a close and students have returned to campus, The Daily’s got you covered with the biggest stories from this past summer. Meet the new University president, learn why medical students walked out of their white coat ceremony, read about the new minimum wage contract with the University and catch up on everything else that happened from April to August.
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The competition between Michigan’s star quarterbacks will continue into the fall, per coach Jim Harbaugh. In his announcement, Harbaugh explained senior Cade McNamara will start against Colorado State in next Saturday’s season opener, while sophomore J.J. McCarthy will start in Week 2 against Hawaii. Harbaugh said a final decision will be made after the two games.
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