November 29, 2022
By Martha Lewand

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Jury selection begins for former CSE professor Peter Chen trial

The first day of the trial against former U-M Computer Science and Engineering professor Peter Chen began on Monday in downtown Ann Arbor. Chen is pleading not guilty to a charge of criminal sexual misconduct in the first degree, defined as an act of sexual penetration with a victim under the age of 13 – a felony punishable by life in prison. The victim – who is set to testify in court later this week – alleges the offense took place on April 1, 2017. Read more about the details of the trial here.  

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How does the University generate power?

Have you ever wondered how the University of Michigan generates the power to keep the lights on after hours? Though much of the University’s current power is sourced from on-campus generation and local utility providers, the University’s carbon neutrality plan will require a shift to renewable energy in the near future. Read on to learn more about power sources on campus and the University’s commitment to eliminate certain categories of emissions within the next decade. 

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Daily Arts runs a marathon: Reflections from the runners

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From The Daily: How Michigan Democrats can take advantage of their trifecta

What did the Democrats say to the blue wave? Long time, no sea. The Michigan Democrats dominated the 2022 midterm elections through the reelection of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and the election of both a blue state Senate and House for the first time in almost 40 years. The Daily’s Editorial Board explores how they think the Democrats can take advantage of full state control by enacting impactful policy in areas such as education, workers’ rights and more. 

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The Pandemic has made us lazy, and nobody’s doing anything about it

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Winter woes

Feeling déjà blue? That’s because Michigan football defied odds to knock off No. 2 Ohio State and claim the Big Ten East for the second year in a row. This week’s front page: AGAIN. 

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