BY MAX COHEN
Mitropoulos-Rundus didn’t play football at Pioneer High School. He played the drums as a full-fledged member of the drumline with a quad set of drums hanging by his waist. Saturday, that kid in the Pioneer marching band will be honored on Senior Day for his three years on the Michigan football team — one as a tight end and two as a defensive lineman.
BY MAX BULTMAN
LeVert led Michigan with 21 points, and Detroit’s Juwan Howard Jr., son of Michigan great and Fab Five member Juwan Howard, led all scorers with 24.
BY IRENE PARK
Inside the Biomedical Science Research Building on Thursday, investigative journalist Charles Lewis discussed the history of investigative journalism in the tobacco industry during a lecture titled “The Truth About the Lies.”
BY GREGORY HICKS
Before venturing off to LA to perform with the greats on “The Mickey Mouse Club,” Lucca spent his adolescence living in the outer Detroit area. And on this Sunday, the singer will play at Detroit’s Magic Stick with opening act Honor By August.
BY MARA MACLEAN
Companies like Made in Detroit and Detroit vs. Everybody, among others, have emerged as leaders in the pro-Detroit movement
BY TANAZ AHMED
From 12:00 a.m. on Nov. 19 until 11:59 p.m. on Nov. 20, students across campus voted in fall elections for Central Student Government representatives, as well as on a variety of individual issues.
BY SAM GRINGLAS
Carrying signs and shouting “Open it up, or shut it down,” about two dozen members of the organization By Any Means Necessary shut down the University’s Board of Regents monthly meeting Thursday afternoon.
BY ALLANA AKHTAR
Despite the adoption of similar plans in Texas, California and Florida, it’s unclear whether such a policy would be feasible in Michigan.
BY ALEXA DETTELBACH
As a new member of the Big Ten, the Terrapins (3-3, 6-4) haven’t played at Michigan Stadium since 1990, when they lost, 45-17. But with Michigan native C.J. Brown leading Maryland under center, the Terrapins are ready to challenge the Wolverines' chances at a bowl berth.
BY ALEX INTNER
While the final season premiere contains some more controlled moments from Sorkin, “The Newsroom” still gets lost in the big statements.