BY GREG GARNO
For the first time since 1986, the Michigan men’s basketball team won the outright Big Ten regular-season title.
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BY MICHAEL SUGERMAN
In a continuation of the public arts discussion from its meeting two weeks ago, the Ann Arbor City Council turned its attention to two tabled funding resolutions and passed them both Monday night.
The first arts bill that passed approved a general timeline for the city’s Public Art Commission to create a plan to adjust to a future with reduced City Council funding.
BY ANASTASSIOS ADAMOPOULOS
Protesters were lined up Thursday night to condemn the Ford School of Public Policy’s guest speaker John Negroponte, former director of national intelligence, former U.S. ambassador, former deputy secretary of state and currently a professor at Yale University.
BY MAYANK MATHUR
The thrills take too long to come and are eventually too dull to inspire any genuine suspense. The film does provide some laughs — most of which are intentional — but laughs aren’t what keep an action thriller buoyant.
BY ZACH SHAW
By falling to Villanova, 20-7, last Saturday on the road, the Wolverines (0-1) began the season on the wrong end of the win column. Michigan will need to be patient with an all-freshmen squad in one of the nation’s toughest conferences, and will likely be the underdog in every game it plays.
BY YARDAIN AMRON
Deborah Loewenberg Ball, dean of the School of Education, received the 2014 Edward C. Pomeroy Award for Outstanding Contributions to Teacher Education, the University announced Thursday.
BY MAX COHEN
From a lack of experience before the season started, to proving itself once other teams figured out the Wolverines could compete, new challenges have risen around every corner for Michigan. Playing the Nittany Lions in the final game of the regular season could be the stiffest one yet.
BY MAX RADWIN
The University’s Office of Student Conflict Resolution released its annual report for the 2012 to 2013 academic year Feb. 28, highlighting shifts in sexual misconduct policy as well as upward trends in alcohol violations.
BY DANIEL FELDMAN
After falling a game short of the ultimate team achievement last year, this accomplishment will only be a highlight.
BY CLAIRE BRYAN
While the monthly meetings of the University’s Board of Regents could be considered efficient, complaints have recently been surfacing that the University's governing body is abusing Michigan’s Open Meetings Act.
BY ERIKA HARWOOD
Officially four albums deep into an eclectic oeuvre, Annie Clark further cements herself as the brand St. Vincent on her new self-titled album; a guitar-playing, lavender afro-sporting art rocker.
BY KELLY HALL
The Michigan softball team will be starting the Louisville Slugger Invitational this Friday riding a streak of four consecutive shutouts. And though the defense has clearly been doing its job, the Wolverines are still struggling to find offensive success.