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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.

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Michelle Brown of rural Morley, Mich., is accustomed to the process of ordering medication through the Department of Veterans Affairs. Brown’s husband, a veteran, relies on prescription medications every day that are delivered by the United States Postal Service.

President Schlissel sends email detailing the new Title IX policy

In an email to students and faculty Monday, University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel outlined the new interim policy on sexual and gender-based misconduct, which will go into effect Aug 14.

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About 30 members of the University of Michigan community convened on the Diag Friday afternoon to rally for greater protections and

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Last Friday, WilmerHale released their report on the investigation of former University Provost Martin Philbert, which uncovered decades of allegations of sexual misconduct and harassment against him, as well as numerous instances in which University administrators were made aware of allegations prior to when the investigation opened in January.

Following the release of the report, Daily staff reporter Julianna Morano talked to various students about the allegations and a “culture of silence” that surrounds victims of sexual misconduct on campus.

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For several months, Wayne State University students and faculty have known they will have ample time to go to the polls on Election Day this November. The university announced Election Day as an campus-wide holiday in February and has since received praise from members of the Wayne State community. Recently, University of Michigan students have been active in trying to implement a similar policy in Ann Arbor.

The Daily staff reporter Sarah Payne talked to a variety of students who are looking to implement measures to ensure that students have the opportunity to participate in the election without active courses occurring on that day.