#ICYMI: In case you missed it: A Detroit symphony
■ News editorial writer Kaitlyn Buss catches up with Tod Machover, an MIT professor who is the creative force behind “Symphony in D,” the first sonic portrait of Detroit. Machover is asking for Detroiters to make their contributions to the symphony.
■ Author Steve Siebold writes that it’s time for college athletes in revenue-generating NCAA sports to demand a paycheck, not just the duty to go to free classes, for their efforts on the court and on the field, which make millions for schools, administrators and coaches.
■ Doug Bandow writes that the time has come for America to withdraw from Afghanistan, site of the longest war in U.S. history.
■Body cameras for Michigan police officers are a good idea, wrote State Rep. Jim Runestad, but policies are needed to make sure that their footage does not end up in the wrong hands.
■ Do you trust Michigan pols who say there is no Plan B if Proposition 1 fails? Do you trust legislators to fix Michigan’s crumbling roads? If not, it’s important you vote yes on Prop 1 and take those decisions out of their hands, writes Steven Cook, president of the Michigan Education Association.
Catch up on those stories and many more at detroitnews.com/opinion.