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BY GREG GARNO AND ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA
The Michigan football team has a much stronger home schedule next season than it does this fall. And it’ll cost students a lot less to see the Wolverines play.
BY GREG GARNO
In the week leading up to the Michigan-Michigan State football game each year, football writers from the Daily and the student newspaper at Michigan State exchange columns. You can find this year's installment below, starting with the Daily and followed by The State News.
BY AMRUTHA SIVAKUMAR
Developing an inclusive and supportive space for those who have had one or more abortions in their lifetime isn’t easy. But, on Thursday evening, the Abortion Speak Out did just that.
BY ALEXA DETTELBACH
In a year with far more valleys than peaks, the Michigan football team faces its biggest challenge of the season — a road game against No. 8 Michigan State (3-0 Big Ten, 6-1 overall).
BY CHLOE GILKE
The most confusing thing about “Scandal” is how one little musical motif makes me accept (hell, even actively love) an abusive and dangerous relationship.
BY NABEEL CHOLLAMPAT
Metro Detroit attorney Richard Bernstein, a University alum, returned to his alma mater Thursday evening to speak and field questions from a short panel hosted by the University’s chapter of the College Democrats.
BY ALEX BERNARD
In a book with a defined ceiling, it’s refreshing to find an author accepting his limitations who only delivers where he can. Sundquist writes a simple book with simple sentences, but stories produce an unexpected sincerity and depth.
BY NEALA BERKOWSKI
As performances, motivational speeches, slam poetry and chants filled the brisk Thursday night, a few hundred students gathered on the Diag for Maize Night Madness, an event geared toward increasing school spirit and morale before the Michigan football team faces Michigan State this weekend in East Lansing.
BY GENEVIEVE HUMMER
With a new revision to Ann Arbor’s Non-Discrimination Ordinance, the City Council is aiming to extend legal protections to a broader spectrum of the city’s residents.
BY MAX RADWIN
The U.S. Department of Education announced final rules last Friday for new provisions to the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, which ensures that universities comply with certain campus safety and security policies. The revisions were enacted as part of the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act in Congress, which included changes to the Clery Act.
BY ERIKA HARWOOD
Wright recently sat down for a phone interview with The Michigan Daily to discuss his life in comedy and his upcoming performance at Royal Oak Music Theatre this Saturday.
BY MAX COHEN
After a bye, the Michigan football team has had two weeks to prepare for Michigan State. The Spartans will present numerous mismatches as the eighth-ranked team in the country and a program widely considered to be in competition for a spot in the College Football Playoff.