BY LARA MOEHLMAN AND ALYSSA BRANDON
The Supreme Court of the United States ruled in a 5-to-4 decision that same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marriage.
Justice Anthony Kennedy delivered the long-awaited decision Friday morning.
BY EMMA KERR
University President Mark Schlissel spoke at a conference today following the release of survey results from the University’s Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Misconduct that Schlissel said sought to conduct a “thorough, transparent and honest self-examination” of sexual misconduct on
BY ALYSSA BRANDON AND LARA MOEHLMAN
As the release of the Supreme Court’s decision on several consolidated same-sex marriage cases draws near, preparations for the decision that may legalize same-sex marriage in all 50 states are in full swing in the Ann Arbor community.
BY LAUREN WOOD
Famuyiwa tells us a story about friendship and growing up and succeeding, organically addressing how race and class might influence any of these pivotal moments and play into the lives of his characters.
BY ZACH SHAW
The A4 camp kicked off the newest era of Quarterback U, in which Harbaugh and his staff will pull out every stop imaginable to mix what made every quarterback to don the maize and blue before great, to mix old school and new school to concoct Michigan’s greatest leader yet.
BY JACKIE CHARNIGA
The University Board of Regents met for their June meeting Thursday in the Anderson Room of the Michigan Union where they discussed the $1.83 billion University budget for the 2015-2016 fiscal year.
BY SHOHAM GEVA
The Court struck down the Environmental Protection Agency’s Mercury and Air Toxic Standards Monday in a victory for a coalition of twenty three states and interest groups, led by Michigan, who initially challenged the regulations in the D.C. Circuit Court last year.
BY LARA MOEHLMAN
As news that the Supreme Court ruled in favor of same-sex marriage swept across the U.S. Friday morning, supporters rallied in both downtown Ann Arbor and Washington D.C. in celebration of this historic decision.
BY MICHIGAN DAILY STAFF
Supporters, politicians and other Ann Arbor community members crowded Braun Court in Kerrytown Friday evening in celebration of the Supreme Court ruling in favor of same-sex marriage.
BY ALAINA WYGANT
A recent study conducted by University Prof. Susan Dynarski, a public policy, education and economics professor, highlights a discrepancy in college graduation rates among students who come from different socioeconomic backgrounds.