Editorials

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As voting for Central Student Government begins this week, The Michigan Daily Editorial Board is excited to announce its endorsement of MomentUM. Though every CSG party showed passion, innovation and a commitment to students in their platforms, MomentUM's Presidential Candidate A.J.

Last week, the Latinx Alliance for Community Action, Support and Advocacy sent a list of demands to administrators detailing where the University of Michigan n

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On Jan. 3, the Interfraternity Council at the University of Michigan lifted their two-month self-imposed suspension and gradually restarted social activities and formal rush.

Over the past few weeks, U.S. Rep. John Conyers, D-Mich, has been accused by multiple former employees of sexual harassment.

For a substantial portion of the student body, approaching the race and ethnicity section on University of Michigan documents poses an issue: Their ethnic identity isn’t there. Such is the reality of many students who identify as Middle Eastern or North African.

On Nov.

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Historically and contemporarily, universities have been the center of social change and political discourse. Consequently, the nature of free speech on university campuses is a deeply important issue.

On Nov. 7, Ann Arbor will be electing five City Council members, one from each of the five wards. This year, three of the seats — in Wards 2, 4 and 5 — are contested.

Fall term brings a familiar struggle back to students: the scramble to get a group of friends together, the hours scouring the internet or taking to the streets to find that perfect house or apartment, the scraping together of money for a security deposit.

In an increasingly tense school year for students of color, the Oct. 7 football game against Michigan State University brought on renewed controversy: the policing of multicultural fraternity parties.