Thursday, March 6, 2014
BY OMAR MAHMOOD
City Drift, which according to its website, is an enterprise and worldwide project that resurrects non-traditional art of the city under the “umbrella of the derive,” that has now turned its eyes on Detroit.
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The Silicon Mitten: Michigan’s changing entrepreneurial culture
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Getting to know: Doug Nussmeier
Union debuts Au Bon Pain bakery in former University Club
Personal Statement: 3 a.m., welcome week.
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How 'The Dave Brandon Show' changed the Athletic Department
Graffiti Graveyard: The decline of Bubble Gum Alley
For general-admission policy, a costly success
Literati story continues to unfold
ROSS STRIKES AGAIN: Real-estate tycoon to give $200 million in largest-ever donation to University
Five Things We Learned: Central Michigan
Blimpy Burger closes to make way for graduate housing
NOiR's 'Nuit' of fashion
The Research Difference: How the University varies the value of faculty members
Study Strong: How students on campus misuse stimulants
Cinema's glass ceiling
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