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Classes at a suburban Detroit university remain canceled indefinitely, and professors will continue picketing Friday, a day after the fall semester was expected to start.
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Left: Members of Occupy Southwest Michigan, a spinoff from the New York protest movement Occupy Wall Street, hold up picket signs outside City Hall in Niles, Mich., on Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011. The