BY THE STATEMENT MAGAZINE
The Statement magazine explores how Michigan markets itself
- Marketing Michigan: The evolution of the block ‘M’
- What the 2014 enrollment data tells us about Detroit
BY GREG GARNO
The overwhelming sentiment from inside Michigan’s camp, as if it were read from a script, isn’t about buying into the intensity surrounding it. Players say it’s about treating Saturday like any other game.
BY ANASTASSIOS ADAMOPOULOS
With cold and flu season in full swing, students may be heading to medical professionals hoping to get a prescription for antibiotics and a quick and easy means of restoring good health.
BY CHRISTIAN KENNEDY
Many would not consider themselves a fan of folk, but after listening to Moore and Green’s harmonious duets, music fans will be begging for less bass and auto-tune and more banjos.
BY TANAZ AHMED
After a resolution to stand in solidarity with the people of Ferguson was introduced Sept. 16 and was voted down Oct. 7, a new resolution against police brutality was proposed during the Central Student Government meeting Tuesday night.
BY MARK LAWSON
“I think it was a tale of the same kind of story,” said Michigan coach Chaka Daley. “We carried the game and had all of the ball. In fairness to them, they had some good chances, but we carried the game and just couldn’t put the ball in the net.”
BY QUAN NGUYEN AND JAMES SHIPMAN
Despite the unlikelihood that the Ebola virus will come to Ann Arbor, experts at the University of Michigan Health System, the School of Public Health and University Health Service are working to construct a response plan to the virus.
BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA
The block 'M' has served as an iconic landmark since being donated to the University by the Class of 1953.
BY EMMA KERR
While the possibility of attending one of the University’s many post-undergraduate schools may account for a number of these responses, city officials understand the need to retain the young professionals graduating from the University.
BY DANIEL FELDMAN
“People thought I wasn’t excited about moving to the Big Ten,” Turgeon said. “It was going through the process of getting to the Big Ten that was really hard, and not a lot of fun.”
BY COSMO PAPPAS
Théâtre de la Ville’s performance of one of Pirandello’s theatrical masterworks will not disappoint in its prompting of questions that strike to the very heart of understanding oneself as a self that lives among others.