BY EMMA KINERY
According to a University survey released earlier this month, 67 percent of Americans support the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan, a framework for curbing carbon emissions.
BY CHLOE GILKE
Countless colors and illustrations dance across the interior of the Ann Arbor specialty shop, swirling and careening from wall to wall with the inscrutable beauty of a stoner’s dream.
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BY JEREMY SUMMITT
Michigan State has been a part of Martin’s life in one way or another for 20 years. He grew up a short drive from Spartan Stadium and attended East Lansing High School, a building that essentially rests on Michigan State’s campus, directly next to one of its sorority houses.
BY JACKIE MILLER
Inside several Brooklyn barbershops and salons, stylists are beginning to talk not only about hair, but also health.
Wednesday afternoon, Ruth Browne, CEO of the Arthur Ashe Institute of Urban Health, lectured on the Community Health Empowerment model, of which the Institute’s barbershop programs are just one example.
BY CAROLINE FILIPS
As a physics major and musician, Perfitt maintains a favorable balance between the realm of explainable scientific theories and the intangible euphoria of the creative process.
BY CARLY NOAH
In 2013, the lithium-ion battery on a Japan Airlines Boeing 787 Dreamliner caused a fire.
Though no one was harmed in the accident, the issues still needed a solution.
BY KATHLEEN DAVIS
“The people working (at People’s Choice) at that time were here because they were willing to put themselves on the line in order to get people the medicine they need,” Daryl said.
BY MAX COHEN
You already know offensive coordinator and offensive line coach Tim Drevno, as well as defensive coordinator and linebackers coach D.J. Durkin, but here’s a rundown of the rest of Harbaugh’s staff.
BY ALAINA WYGANT
University researchers have discovered CsgC, a protein made by the gut bacteria E. coli, which may one day play a role in treating dieses such as Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s.
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BY ANDREW ALMANI
Inside Angell Hall last week, a lecture hall full of students took a break from earth science to discuss a very different topic — how to respond to an active shooter situation.
BY MINH DOAN
The Wolverines (5-3 Big Ten, 13-6 overall) will have their hands full Thursday night when they take on No. 5 Maryland (8-0, 17-2).