BY ADAM RUBENFIRE
There were 16,408 trees at the University in fiscal year 2012, according to the most recent data available. But University officials will need to subtract one tree from this year's total after an incident Wednesday morning involving a fraternity’s pledging activities.
BY MAGAZINE STAFF
Though you’ll never hear it chanted on a football Saturday, those sporting the Maize and Blue have gotten a lot better at going green since University President Mary Sue Coleman made sustainability one of her four presidential initiatives in 2009. Read this week's issue for more.
BY NEAL ROTHSCHILD
DURHAM, N.C. — Time and again Tuesday night, John Beilein looked defeated, which made sense, because he had been.
BY JULIA LISS
At midnight Monday, professors from the Department of Aerospace Engineering launched a campaign through crowd-funding web site Kickstarter to fund the development and launch of a new project that it is out of this world.
BY KAYLA UPADHYAYA
Representation is important, but at what cost? Look no further than Laveau’s “voodoo queen” epithet, and it’s clear that “Coven” ’s representations of Black women aren’t without problems.
BY LEV FACHER
Michigan women’s basketball coach Kim Barnes Arico is guarded with her optimism, and there wasn’t much optimism to be had when she lost her leading scorer the day before the Wolverines’ tilt with No. 15 LSU on Saturday.
BY SIMON KAUFMAN
Durham, NC — Rivalries rarely disappoint, and Tuesday night was no exception.
BY SAM GRINGLAS
In federal court Tuesday, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes ruled that the city of Detroit is legally eligible to enter bankruptcy — a decision that will allow the cash-strapped city to begin restructuring its $18 billion debt. The ruling also confirmed that Detroit is now officially the largest municipal bankruptcy in American history.
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BY STEPHANIE SHENOUDA
The University of Michigan Health System formally announced Tuesday a partnership agreement with Allegiance Health, a health system based in Jackson, Mich. The agreement will eventually grow UMHS’ patient capacity by 50 percent — adding Allegiance’s 490 beds to its system.
BY NEAL ROTHSCHILD
DURHAM, N.C. — On Tuesday, a football school visited a basketball school.
BY ALICIA ADAMCZYK
Although the “little victors” at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital may not make it down to Joe Louis Arena for the Detroit Red Wings game Wednesday night, they still got the chance to see eight of their favorite players Tuesday at a player meet-and-greet at the University Hospital.