December 8, 2021

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Where to receive your booster shot on campus

Have you gotten your booster shot? On Dec. 9, 10 and 13, visitors can receive a COVID-19 booster shot at one of the University Health Services’ walk-in clinics. Students will be able to walk in and receive either their first, second or booster COVID-19 vaccine, or a flu shot, no appointment necessary.

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University of Michigan to spend $37.6 million giving faculty and staff $1,500 ‘recognition payments’

Thousands of University of Michigan employees will receive one-time, $1,500 “recognition payments.” The payments, which will be distributed on Dec. 13, are in “recognition of [employees’] efforts in these extraordinary times.” Michigan Medicine previously distributed similar payments earlier this year to eligible employees.

Ann Arbor City Council discusses Community Climate Action Millage to appear on November 2022 ballot

The Ann Arbor City Council approved a ballot measure that will collect one million dollars in the next 20 years to fund A2Zero, the city’s carbon neutrality initiative, through a millage. The Community Climate Action Millage is a property tax that would require homeowners to pay $1 on every $1,000 of taxable value on their property. 

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‘M Go Blue Barn’ hopes to become restaurant and beer garden

Design by Sam Turner

Female saints, the quintessential feminist icons

“Female soldiers, court musicians, queens who died unmarried, having been partisan, bold and fierce. I was being told who I could grow up to be, but only within a certain context that I felt I did not fit into, most of the time. Yes, these women had died tragically, but they had done so fighting for what they wanted.”

Daily Arts Writer Cecilia Duran reflects on her upbringing, her name-sake saint and encounters with art and feminism through Catholicism.

Design by Meghana Tummala

My college experience: ‘Again, But Better’

Design by Michelle Kim

“All Too Well” and relationship asymmetry

The Daily prints once a week on Wednesday’s. Physical copies of The Daily’s print edition with stories about the Big Ten Championship game are available beginning today at printstands around Ann Arbor. If you are outside the Ann Arbor area, you can buy a copy of the Dec. 8 print newspaper (see artwork here) and have it shipped to you for $7.

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