December 6, 2022
By Martha Lewand

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CSE professor Peter Chen found not guilty of criminal sexual conduct

Content warning: This article contains the use of graphic sexual language.

Monday afternoon, former University of Michigan professor of electrical engineering and computer science Peter Chen was found not guilty of first-degree criminal sexual conduct at the Washtenaw County 22nd Ciruit Court. The allegations against Chen – who is currently on paid administrative leave – included multiple instances of sexual penetration of a person under the age of 13, which allegedly began on April 1, 2017. The decision cannot be appealed due to constitutional prohibitions on double jeopardy. This is a developing story and will be updated. Read more about the results of the trial here

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Official CSG election results are out, ties to be resolved at upcoming assembly meeting

Did you know about the recent CSG elections? No? You’re not the only one! Official election results for the University of Michigan’s Central Student Government were released on Tuesday, Nov. 30. Ties between candidates will be resolved at the next Assembly meeting on Tuesday, Dec 6. See who your classmates elected here.

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SportsMonday: Don’t let winning distract you from the athletic department’s failures

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To medicate or not to medicate? College students must decide

Opinion Columnist Tate Moyer discusses the benefits and drawbacks of using prescription medication to alleviate mental health issues. With one in four college students reporting having taken a form of psychiatric medication over the past year, Moyer explores the harmful trends of overprescription and misdiagnosis. 

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Out-of-state students help swing the vote

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The importance of a complete health education

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