December 1, 2021

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3 students killed, 8 injured after shooting at Oxford High School 

An Oxford High School sophomore opened fire in the suburban Detroit school Tuesday afternoon, shooting 11 people and killing three fellow students. The shooter was taken into custody within five minutes of the first 9-11 call, according to the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer condemned the attack, saying “no one should be afraid to go to school.”

Registration tracker: See which courses are filling up

Still picking out classes for next semester? Not sure if you’ll be able to get into that discussion section? Find and monitor your perfect schedule for the Winter 2022 semester with The Michigan Daily’s new registration tracker, a system that tracks open seats for over 2,600 lectures, seminars, recitations and independent studies currently available for registration.

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Parent files FOIA lawsuit against Ann Arbor Public Schools, claims racial discrimination

Pioneer High School parent Charmelle Kelsey filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against Ann Arbor Public Schools this week. The lawsuit says that AAPS withheld public documents Kelsey believed would provide evidence of racial discrimination at Pioneer High School. “We’re tired of Pioneer High School whitewashing over the race discrimination that our children must deal with,” Kelsey said in a press release.

‘Little Thieves’: A villain’s fairy tale

Exploring innovative ways to address crowd surge after Astroworld

Showcasing that U-M students are anything but average, Jacob Melamed, a sophomore in LSA and the School of Kinesiology, has run a street-style photography account dubbed @UMichFits for about a month now where students with a unique eye for fashion are broadcasted to his 2,000+ followers. Shooting on the Diag just a few times a week, Melamed says the account has allowed him to make new friends and make many others feel good while doing it.

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‘Being Alive’: Remembering Stephen Sondheim

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Preserving the past: What’s at stake for the future of game preservation

Interested in owning a copy of The Michigan Daily after Michigan football’s big win on Saturday against Ohio State? 

The Daily prints once a week, every Wednesday. Physical copies of The Daily’s print edition containing stories about Saturday’s game will be available beginning Wednesday, Dec. 1 around Ann Arbor. A list of locations that host our printstands can be found here.

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