Academics

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On July 14, the Trump administration announced plans to rescind the July 6 U.S.

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LSA senior Dylan Gilbert was sitting in a class discussion with the other 20-or-so members of her class, when her English professor Scott Lyons read out loud the N-word from a short story by American writer William Faulkner.

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After the University of Michigan announced an in-residence fall semester, many questions arose about the safety of community members, specifically older faculty members, who fall

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The School of Music, Theatre & Dance released the results of a schoolwide climate survey on Thursday as part of the administration’s efforts to foster a transparent, inclusive environment. 

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With under two months left before the start of classes for the 2020-21 academic year, the University of Michigan Faculty Senate hosted a town hall meeting featuring University President Mark Schlissel and Interim Provost Susan Collins on Wednesday afternoon.

Over 600 members of the University community listened in on the Zoom call while submitting questions regarding off-campus student behavior, COVID-19 testing, quarantine plans and the endowment. The discussion was moderated by Faculty Senate Chair Colleen Conway, professor of music.

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The University of Michigan has updated
various requirements for the fall application process, including test score, resume and letter of recommendation requirements, according to the admissions website.

Like in previous years, SAT or ACT test scores are required. Students who are unable to sit and submit a test by the deadline, however, can apply under a “test flexible” option and are encouraged to submit any other standardized test, such as PSAT, PLAN, Pre-ACT or AP scores.

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As the University of Michigan community begins to adjust to the hybrid in-residence fall semester announcement, Graduate Student Instructors

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In light of a recent presidential proclamation that restricts certain Chinese students and researchers at the postgraduate and postdoctoral levels from entry to the U.S. on student visas, many Chinese STEM students at the University of Michigan are concerned about implications and effects of the proclamation.

The Daily reporter Julianna Morano talked to several students about their struggles and concerns with the proclamation.