BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA
But most stayed in case Michigan pulled off the spectacular, so that someday their kids and grandkids might all hear the story of the greatest comeback in program history.
BY PAIGE PFLEGER
After a successful first trial year, the University’s Detroit Connector bus has established itself as a viable option for students traveling to Detroit. Now, the goal is to generate more interest to keep the program alive and growing.
BY ALEXA DETTELBACH
The Daily football beat picks out the good, the bad and the ugly from this week.
BY CATHERINE SULPIZIO
The “Batman” franchise has always blurred the edges between the two institutions, law enforcement and the villains, and the show carries on this skeptical tradition.
BY EMILIE PLESSET
In light of an increased nationwide focus on preventing sexual assault on college campuses, the University’s School of Music, Theatre & Dance will premiere Naomi Iizuka’s new play, “Good Kids.” The production will be in conjunction with the University's broader Expect Respect: Flip the Script sexual assault prevention campaign — which itself is a part of the Big Ten Theatre Consortium’s New Play Initiative.
BY MICHAEL SUGERMAN
University lecturer John U. Bacon detailed Ann Arbor’s history, its relationship with college football and the importance of education for a Parents’ Weekend talk organized by the LSA Honors College Friday night.
2 hours ago
BY AMABEL KAROUB
In response to outcry from staff, the University of Michigan Health System has reversed a controversial new parking plan — one which the Michigan Nurses Association claimed would put nurses and other hospital staff members in danger.
BY SAM LEMMEN
The Wolverines kept the field behind them as seven runners finished in the top 10, four in the top five.
BY MAX RADWIN
Though the game didn’t end in Michigan’s favor this Saturday, the evacuation to clear all 103,890 fans from the Big House due to a weather emergency went exactly as planned.
BY ALEC STERN
The other day, my brother asked me what “The Strain” was even about. “Vampires,” I said. “But not like, sexy vampires. They’re scary.” He was unimpressed, but there wasn’t really much else I could say to try and impress him.
BY MAYA SHANKAR
The University's aerospace engineering department celebrated its 100th anniversary with a three-day Centennial Celebration held Sept. 18-20,which drew academics, students and visitors from all over the country.