October 27, 2022
By Elle Chen

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U-M study highlights deficiencies in USPS analysis of electric vehicle benefits

A U-M study led by Rackham student Maxwell Woody confirmed the EPA and Sierra Club’s speculations of USPS’s faulty electric vehicle emissions rates. The U-M study included factors such as vehicle life cycle emissions, which were left out of the USPS’s original analysis. Some are criticizing USPS for not going fully electric, using this study as confirmation. 

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Best of Ann Arbor 2022

The votes are in, and Ann Arbor has decided… Join us in celebrating the local businesses that students and residents have come to love by checking out this year’s Best of Ann Arbor!

The No. 4 Michigan football team’s defensive line is ready for its rematch against Michigan State. Lila Turner/Daily. Buy this photo.

Michigan’s defensive line ready for revenge against Michigan State

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“The grid in the green:” Envisioning a better North Campus

The area is serene and the paths are clear. New dorms are being built, boutiques are being opened. After spending a day immersed on North Campus, Statement Correspondent Haley Johnson envisions a new, ambitious yet eccentric North Campus master plan. 

Kai Belcher performs a Tarot card reading Monday, October 17.Hannah Torres/Daily. Buy this photo.

Sitting face-to-face with one of Ann Arbor’s witches

Ray Jin gracefully dips Erica Santos in one of the night’s performances Thursday, September 29. Maria Deckmann/Daily. Buy this photo.

Waltzing my way through ballroom dance history

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