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Lone WOLV: The comeback of Michigan's first and only TV network

BY CHLOE GILKE

The move to North Quad also brings with it a bigger partnership between WOLV and the two academic departments housed at North Quad: Communication Studies and SAC.

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In the midst of uproar, Hoke pushes for normalcy

Ruby Wallau/Daily

BY MAX COHEN

About eight minutes before Michigan coach Brady Hoke’s weekly Wednesday press conference, a Michigan football public relations representative stood in front of a larger-than-normal crowd and reminded the reporters on hand that availability would function as normal and last the typical eight to 10 minutes.

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Renovations lead to decreased amounts of emergency housing

BY ALLANA AKHTAR

On-campus residents who feel threatened or unsafe in their current housing arrangement could have trouble finding another guaranteed room this year.

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South Quad celebrates dining hall reopening

Abby Kirn/Daily

BY MARGO LEVY

Students and faculty gathered Wednesday afternoon to celebrate the grand reopening of the newly renovated South Quad Residence Hall.

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Finn looks to lead Wolverines in sophomore season

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY CHRIS CROWDER

After an unprecedented freshman cross country campaign in which she won the Big Ten individual title, earned Big Ten Athlete of the Year, received All-American honors and finished 30th at the NCAA Championships, Finn is picking up this season right where she left off.

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Natalie Gadbois: I'm still 'All About That Bass'

BY NATALIE GADBOIS

It’s insidious, negative and downright concerning. But I don’t care. I’ll repeat it: I still fucking love this song.

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Decision to fire Brandon lies with Schlissel

BY DAILY STAFF

The outcry calling for the firing of Michigan Athletic Director Dave Brandon has grown to possibly its largest in his tenure.

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Annual crime report shows uptick in citations

BY MAX RADWIN

The University’s Division of Public Safety and Security released its Annual Security Report and Annual Fire Safety Report for the 2014-15 year Tuesday.

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Courtesy of Empty Mug Records

Entrepreneurial Empty Mug Records dedicated to student artists

BY ALEC STERN

Empty Mug Records is an independent, student-run record label, and in its short history, it has used Ann Arbor’s art-inclined culture as a foundation to provide student musicians the chance to develop their music in a significant way.

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Wolverines fall in overtime to Western Michigan

BY MITCH BECKMAN

Bronco defender Connor Furgason found space across the top of the box and fired a shot into the low left corner, sending the Western Michigan (6-3-1) bench into a frenzy with a 1-0 win over the Wolverines.

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Hong Kong protests inspire Diag gathering

BY ALLANA AKHTAR

Dozens of students gathered on the Diag Wednesday afternoon to show solidarity with pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong.

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