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Wednesday, Gov. Rick Snyder

suggested a 2 percent increase
in funding for the state’s higher
education budget during the
2018-2019 fiscal year. According
to a University of Michigan
press release, the proposed plans
would provide the University’s
Ann Arbor campus with $320.8
million. The budget would also
provide the Dearborn campus
with $26.1 million, a 2.6 percent

increase, and the Flint campus
with $23.6 million, a 2.3 percent
increase.

The
plan
would
recover

lost funding from the Ann
Arbor
campus
during
the

2011 cut to higher education.
Half
of
this
funding
is

contingent
upon
University

milestones in areas including
research,
graduation
rates,

administrative
expenditures

and Pell Grantrecipients. The
universities must also limit
tuition increases to 3.8 percent

or double expected inflation
rates in order to receive the
funding.

Cynthia Wilbanks, University

vice president for government
relations, was pleased with the
announcement.

“Investing in higher education

provides greater opportunities
to our residents and is absolutely
critical for our state’s continued
economic growth,” Wilbanks
said in a statement to The
University Record. “We look
forward to working with our

representatives in the state
House and Senate as this
budget process proceeds.”

The budget also includes

a
recommendation
for

funding increases at Oakland
University, Lake Superior State
University and Michigan State
University AgBioResearch and
Extension.

For now, the budget heads

to the Michigan Legislature
for amendments and approval
votes by both the state House
and Senate.

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Procter and Gamble after students made a mockery of a
Q & A with a representative of the company.

“This story was my first experience with some serious, hard-
hitting investigative journalism, s it definitely expanded my
horizons as a reporter, and was a very interesting story to
write about. The most interesting part about writing the
whole thing was choosing which Tide memes I was gonna
throw in there. I had a lot of options, so I tried to just go with
my gut and pick which ones I thought would impact the
reader the most. But just overall, I thought it was a ridiculous
situation that some tide pod memes asked by students at a
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between Ross and one of its biggest recruiters.“

LSA sophomore Cory Zayance, “Students’ behavior
surrounding Tide Pods threatens Ross business
relationship”

BE HIND THE STORY

ALEXIS RANKIN/DAILY

QUOTE OF THE WE E K


We’ve had meetings with Schlissel, (E. Royster

Harper), and Sellers and we saw that the responses were
like, ‘ Yeah, we understand,’ but there was no urgency
attached to it. They said, ‘We don’t know how we can
help.’ Now, they’ve had time to understand what we’re
going through. Now, it’s time to act, to back up their work.
This is an accountability mechanism.“

LSA junior Yezenia Sandoval, external director of La Casa

Synder suggests 2 percent increase in
funding for state’s higher education

Prosposed plans would give University’s Ann Arbor campus $320.8 billion

REMY FARKAS
Daily Staff Reporter

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