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SportsMonday Column: Ryan builds a powerhouse to the beat of his own drum

3 hours ago

BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

A lot has changed since 2007, when Ryan was leading the U.S. National Team into the semifinals and benched Hope Solo for Briana Scurry.

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Public health symposium explores global engagement

5 hours ago

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BY GENEVIEVE HUMMER

About 200 people gathered at the A. Alfred Taubman Biomedical Science Research Building for the Fourth Annual Sujal Parikh Memorial Symposium for Health and Social Justice.

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'Fury' a philosophical exploration of the horrors of war

5 hours ago

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BY KARSTEN SMOLINSKI

Not particularly engaging as an action movie, “Fury” stands more strongly as a dramatic testament to the horrible acts humankind is capable of doing to itself.

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Loss outweighs experience for Slippery Rock

5 hours ago

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BY MAX COHEN

But when the game was over, The Rock players didn’t care about the atmosphere that allowed them to play in front of more than 15,000 fans in the largest stadium in America. All that mattered was their team’s 45-23 loss to Mercyhurst.

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Council to discuss ordinance changes

5 hours ago

BY JACK TURMAN

This week’s Ann Arbor City Council meeting will include discussion of resolutions regarding the closure of North University Avenue for a University of Michigan homecoming block party, approval of a state grant for improving routes to local schools and an ordinance to amend the city’s non-discrimination ordinance.

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Controversial call forces Wolverines to settle for draw

4 hours ago

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BY AKSHAY BAMZAI

With the women’s soccer rendition of the rivalry knotted at two with about one minute left in extra time, it appeared as though junior midfielder Corinne Harris was tackled from behind inside the 18-yard box.

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Alec Stern: How HBO plans to revolutionize TV ... again

4 hours ago

BY ALEC STERN

We are the Now Generation, and television — once appointment entertainment — is becoming yet another thing we can take control of. Go. Anytime. All Access. This is the beginning of the most revolutionary change since color television.

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University enrollment increases slightly

2 hours ago

BY ALLANA AKHTAR

The University’s total enrollment grew slightly this year, according to figures released by the University early Monday morning.

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After 40 years, Services for Students with Disabilities celebrates campus role

3 hours ago

BY JULIA LISS

The Office of Services for Students with Disabilities continued a yearlong celebration of 40 years of service with an all-day conference Friday at the Hatcher Graduate Library.

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Schoolboy Q Delivers Hell of a Night

4 hours ago

BY NICK BOYD

Prior to Schoolboy’s entrance, Hill Auditorium was teetering on the border of mellow, but when he took the stage and opened with “Fuck LA,” Q had the audience in the palm of his hand from beginning to end, delivering the show everyone wanted to see and electrifying the auditorium.

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Detroit Marathon draws record-breaking entries

5 hours ago

BY JENNIFER CALFAS

DETROIT — Thousands of runners paced anxiously on the cold, brisk October morning on W. Fort Street. In the dark, donning disposable layers and gloves, the runners awaited the horn to signal the beginning of the end of their months of tireless training: the start of the Detroit Free Press/Talmer Bank Marathon.

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Akshay Seth: Paul Thomas Anderson, Master of Tension

4 hours ago

BY AKSHAY SETH

In the first 15 minutes of “There Will Be Blood,” there is only silence.

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