BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA
Whether or not Devin Gardner will remain the Michigan football team’s quarterback in the upcoming weeks will be decided Tuesday, coach Brady Hoke said in Monday’s press conference.
BY EMILIE PLESSET
As he continues to adjust to his new role, University President Mark Schlissel turned to the faculty and staff in a question and answer session as he addressed the University Senate Assembly on Monday.
Before opening the floor for questions, Schlissel expressed his desire for cohesive and transparent leadership among staff and faculty.
BY TANAZ AHMED
An array of student leaders gathered in the Michigan Union Monday for the launch of the Wolverine Support Network, a University-wide peer support program designed to improve mental health.
BY NOAH COHEN
The issue for “The Maze Runner” is direction; it’s constantly unclear which questions we-the-audience are intended to consider paramount; it’s unclear whether we should consider present conflicts to be lethal threats or minor nuisances.
BY CHLOE GILKE
“Last Wedding” simultaneously represents classic “New Girl” and a version of the show viewers have never seen before.
BY ZACH SHAW
In a field that included four other Big Ten teams and several NCAA Tournament regulars, Michigan was looking up at almost everyone.
BY STEPHANIE SHENOUDA
Students and faculty in the aerospace engineering department are mourning the loss of a teacher and colleague after Prof. Pierre T. Kabamba lost his battle with lung cancer Saturday, Sept. 20. He was 59 years old.
BY ALLANA AKHAR
After the University’s Black Student Union called on the University last year to take steps toward building a more inclusive campus, the Office of the Provost is starting the school year with a new set of recommendations to foster diversity and improve campus climate.
BY PAIGE PFLEGER
The offbeat group bought a house off the auction block for $1,000 back in 2012 and renovated it to give it away to a writer of any kind. Casey Rocheteau beat out hundreds of writers for her new Hamtramck abode.
BY JUSTIN STERN
Here’s a rundown of how the 11 current Michigan commits fared this past weekend in their high school games.
BY MICHAEL SUGERMAN
Michigan has been called the Silicon Mitten — and an integral thread of that glove’s stitching is Ann Arbor.
BY BRIAN BURLAGE
He has crafted an album that strikes not with the swing of its fist but by the turning of its back. Too Bright brings to a careful head all the beauty and devastation of Hadreas’ personal battles.