BY CLAIRE BRYAN
As the St. Louis County, Mo. prosecuting attorney announced a grand jury's decision that Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson would not be indicted in the August death of teenager Michael Brown, about 40 students and University faculty members gathered in Tisch Hall to discuss the issues and watch the live television coverage together.
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BY DANIEL FELDMAN
With Michigan up three with 43 seconds left, Ricky Doyle gathered a huge offensive rebounds before putting it back up to seal the game
BY NOAH COHEN
The credit — and Finnick’s kiss — were the only bullseyes of this movie. This film was dramatic Absolute Zero. It wasn’t completely wrong, but it wasn’t what we came to see.
BY LEV FACHER
Ricky Doyle wasn’t even the first big man off the bench for the Michigan men’s basketball team in its 70-63 win over Oregon Monday night. But that didn’t stop the crowd at the Barclays Center from chanting his name in the end.
BY REBECCA LERNER
Though the product of a comedy legend with some moments of humor, “Rosewater” is a serious film that teaches about the political environment of Iran and press freedom.
BY WILL GREENBERG
The City of Ann Arbor has finally filled the vacant Ann Arbor Fire Chief spot with Larry Collins accepting the position Tuesday.
BY AMABEL KAROUB
University President Mark Schlissel named his nomination for a new leader of the University of Michigan Health System Monday. Dr. Marschall Runge has been recommended to lead medical affairs at the University, pending approval by the University’s Board of Regents at their regularly scheduled meeting on Dec. 18.
BY MAX RADWIN
Following revisions to its Student Sexual Misconduct Policy in 2012, the University has released its first annual report devoted exclusively to incidents of sexual misconduct, which have been reported at an increasing rate in the last four years.
BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA
“I’ll say it in the most diplomatic way I can: I’m not a fan of Ohio State. I never have been. I don’t like The Horseshoe, and I don’t like Carmen Ohio.”
BY AMABEL KAROUB
On Thursday, the University’s Board of Regents approved the creation of the Department of Nutritional Sciences within the School of Public Health.