November 15, 2022
By Martha Lewand
President Biden speaks at an event in Illinois May 11. Sarah Boeke/Daily. Buy this photo.
President Biden’s Student Debt Relief plan was struck down Thursday by a federal judge in Texas. Biden announced the plan in September with intentions of helping lower- and middle-class families lower the economic burden of student loans. This ruling –– along with the U.S. Department of Education’s halt on accepting applications for student debt relief –– is a major setback for the program. Learn more about the judge’s decision here.
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Students react to President Ono’s first month as UMich president
The Daily took to the Diag to speak with 20 students Thursday afternoon about Sana Ono’s performance as recently inaugurated University president. Most students found Ono’s tenure to be positive so far, given his efforts to engage with the campus community on social media and about important issues. Read more about what students want to see next from Ono.
A student looks at the La Pelea exhibit in the Institute for the Humanities Gallery November 14. Grace Lahti/Daily. Buy this photo.
The Institute for the Humanities unveiled La Pelea (The Fight) – a new 46-foot mural by artist Salvador Diaz. The long circular mural stands in the corner of the Institute on 202 S. Thayer St., allowing visitors to experience a variety of perspectives of the artwork. Learn more about Diaz’s motivation behind the piece.
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Opinion Columnist John Kapcar is once again asking you to read this article. Kapcar details his experience at Sen. Bernie Sanders’, I-Vt., visit to Ann Arbor on Saturday, Nov. 6. Learn more about why Kapcar thinks Sanders remains popular among young voters despite his old age.
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