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Alejandro Zúñiga: A historical perspective to soccer at Michigan Stadium

BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

Fielding Yost envisioned Michigan Stadium as a necessary solution to a growing sport, but he also understood it as a money-making tool. He too cared about making a profit.

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Solar car team wins national title

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BY MICHAEL SPAETH

The University’s Solar Car Team won its fifth consecutive national title in the American Solar Challenge, continuing a legacy of first place victories in the competition.

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Festival Report: Pitchfork 2014

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BY JOHN LYNCH

Before I heard any band play at Pitchfork Music Festival 2014, I took one lap around Chicago’s Union Park and already knew that I was in for a weekend of bizarre sights, sounds and tastes.

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Optimism aplenty at Big Ten Media Day

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BY ALEXA DETTELBACH

Immersed in optimism, it’s easy to forget Michigan’s lackluster 7-6 record, but as Hoke said on numerous occasions throughout the day, it’s a new season.

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On the hot seat? Hoke deflects pressure questions

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BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

Updates from Big Ten Media Days in Chicago.

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Democratic mayoral candidates talk University, finance

BY EMMA KERR

In first time in 14 years without an incumbent running, as the Ann Arbor Democratic mayoral primary approaches on August 5, both the price tag for the race and the stakes for the University are higher than ever.

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Independent mayoral challenger sparks discussion

BY EMMA KERR

As both the only non-City Council member and non-Democrat running for mayor, Bryan Kelly has already begun generating conversation and debate after announcing his candidacy for mayor of Ann Arbor as an independent.

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Detroit Beat: Regents strengthen University's relationship with Detroit

BY SAM GRINGLAS

When the White House announced last winter that a site in Canton, Mich. had been selected to house a previously announced lightweight metals manufacturing institute, one of several institutes set up nationwide to encourage public-private partnerships for innovation in manufacturing technology, some people wondered why it wasn’t Detroit.

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International Champions Cup

Athletic Department open to more non-football events at Big House

BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

The spectacle made the International Champions Cup feasible tenants of Michigan Stadium, and Dave Ablauf said a similarly selective process will be used for other potential events.

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Photostaff Abroad: Faces of Fes

BY RUBY WALLAU

The Daily photo staff's series continues with the work of Ruby Wallau in Fes, Morocco, where she learned about the local culture and people on a seven week study abroad trip.

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University move-in shortened in on-campus safety push

BY SHOHAM GEVA

Freshmen and others students living in the residence halls this coming year will see several changes to move-in this August as part of a University initiative to increase on-campus safety.

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1994: The Year Indie Broke

BY BRIAN BURLAGE

Part of what makes ‘90s music so fascinating, particularly the year 1994, is its place in time: a strange and unique buffer between music in the 20th century and music in the 21st century.

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