Opinion

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The Michigan Daily Editorial Board has made endorsements for the Nov. 3 election. Here is a rundown of who and what to vote for across the ballot, as argued by the Editorial Board.

Fires in Bolivia

Landlocked Bolivia, a country nestled between regional hotspots Argentina, Chile and Peru, has skyrocketed to the forefront of the global geopolitical struggle.

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I shifted my car into neutral and drifted off I-80 in western Nebraska and into my hometown for a weekend visit.

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Within the Big Ten conference, including at the University of Michigan, women do not have an equal opportunity to participate in and benefit from college sports this fall when compared to men.

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As faculty members in, and affiliated with, the Department of Afroamerican and African Studies, we stand with the Graduate Employees’ Organization, resident advisers and MDining employees in their principled actions and we fully support their protesting, striking and advocating for safety,

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We are Michigan Daily alumni from the mid-1960s and 1970s. We were writers, editors, photographers and members of the business staff. We loved every minute of our time at 420 Maynard Street and at the University of Michigan.

Banner at GEO strike

Despite smears framing GEO as duplicitous and untrustworthy, a careful analysis of the timeline demonstrates that GEO has continually negotiated in good faith and it is the administration that has been operating recklessly.

Photo of banner at GEO strike

As members of the faculty at the University of Michigan, we are deeply troubled by the administration’s response to the ongoing strike led by many of our graduate students.

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My morning routine has been the same for years. I wake up to the blaring sound of my alarm, and as soon as I touch my phone to turn it off, I have an instinctual reaction to open up Instagram and scroll through my feed.

Image from the GEO strike at U-M, Sept. 9

As students and faculty at the University of Michigan started their second week of the fall semester, a day was set aside to observe Labor Day.