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Masked students walk through campus in compliance with health orders.

On Tuesday, the Washtenaw County Health Department issued a stay-in-place order for University of Michigan undergraduate students following an uptick in campus CO

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The Student Community of Progressive Empowerment sponsored a virtual event Tuesday evening connecting students who support immigrants’ rights, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival recipients and undocumented students at the University of Michigan. 

The Michigan Daily's COVID-19 coverage center.

The coronavirus pandemic has created a hectic news cycle. Here’s our most up-to-date COVID-19 news for the University of Michigan and Washtenaw County.

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After almost six months of no physical paper, The Michigan Daily will be printing once a week this fall on Wednesdays as long as students are living on campus.

After almost six months of no physical paper, The Michigan Daily will be printing once a week this fall on Wednesdays as long as students are living on campus.

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The Michigan Daily conducted a demographics survey during the summer of 2020 to gain a better understanding of the barriers to access in our newsroom.

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The University of Michigan Central Student Government and NAACP co-hosted a town hall Tuesday evening to discuss issues such as police brutality, DPSS policy on police officer accountability and concerns regarding campus safety.

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The University of Michigan recently announced students must adhere to a mandatory two-week quarantine before they arrive on campus in the fall. This policy received criticism from students who are currently working and those who are living in on-campus housing.

The Daily staff reporter Varsha Vedapudi talked to several students who expressed concerns with these policies, in particular relating to the impact on low-income students.