October 5, 2021
The Ann Arbor City Council passed the first reading for an ordinance to mandate energy and water benchmarking for certain buildings in the City to promote efficient use of energy and water and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. There needs to be final approval by the City Council before this ordinance can go into effect.
From Facebook to Venmo: How students are getting scammed out of Michigan football tickets
The Daily spoke with several students who fell victim to online football ticket scams in order to identify risk factors of a scam. Major red flags include the seller putting pressure on the buyer to pay for the ticket quickly and in full before receiving it, the seller demanding payment on unfamiliar payment apps, and the seller’s Facebook account not clearly indicating whether or not they are students. Students can avoid scams by using familiar payment apps such as Venmo and verifying sellers’ student status on MCommunity.
The Ann Arbor Green Fair was held on Friday, as a way to promote the city’s goal of carbon neutrality. The City promoted the A2Zero initiative, which seeks to have Ann Arbor be carbon neutral by 2030. Ann Arbor Mayor Christopher Taylor spoke at the fair and highlighted the importance of the University in helping the city achieve its carbon neutrality goal, noting that the University accounts for one-third of the carbon emissions in the county.
Lil Nas X’s first full-feature album, ‘Montero,’ is proof that his talent extends beyond singles. The album incorporates several genres in order to convey topics ranging from his mental health to his experiences as a gay man. The album has large appeal due to its melodic pop nature and Lil Nas X’s talent, and is likely to be a hit for years to come.
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