BY BROOKE PEARCY
Starting at The Cube, the group marched through campus handing out flyers to students and delivering letters to fast-food workers in the Michigan Union and the Michigan League.
BY WILLIAM LANE
Tamaki Custom Sushi and Wraps opened its doors Nov. 19 on E. Liberty Street with lines of up to 40 students stretched out the door as curious patrons waited to sample the restaurant's signature “Wolverine Roll.”
BY AMIA DAVIS
The Muslim Students’ Association held its Fast-a-Thon Thursday, a fundraising event aimed to test willpower, practice self-discipline and allow non-Muslims to experience fasting.
BY ADAM RUBENFIRE
There were 16,408 trees at the University in fiscal year 2012, according to the most recent data available. But University officials will need to subtract one tree from this year's total after an incident Wednesday morning involving a fraternity’s pledging activities.
BY ANASTASSIOS ADAMOPOULOS
With the first snowflakes falling, it is once again time for the Galens Tag Days fundraisers to take over the streets.
BY RACHEL PREMACK
A northern Michigan man found guilty of the rape and murder of a 68-year-old widow, but after DNA evidence and help from a University law clinic he’s hoping to be found innocent.
BY SAM GRINGLAS
In federal court Tuesday, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes ruled that the city of Detroit is legally eligible to enter bankruptcy — a decision that will allow the cash-strapped city to begin restructuring its $18 billion debt. The ruling also confirmed that Detroit is now officially the largest municipal bankruptcy in American history.
BY JULIA LISS
At midnight Monday, professors from the Department of Aerospace Engineering launched a campaign through crowd-funding web site Kickstarter to fund the development and launch of a new project that it is out of this world.
BY CLAIRE BRYAN
The Central Student Government Assembly voted Tuesday to begin funding the late-night off-campus University bus route, after the initiative was announced by CSG officials in October.
BY STEPHANIE SHENOUDA
The Senate Advisory Committee for University Affairs is praising the University’s decision on Monday to postpone the implementation of a Shared Services Center which was expected to save the University $5 million annually by consolidating department-specific human-resources and finance employees to a central loca
BY K.C. WASSMAN
Menna’s will fill the space recently vacated by Toppers Pizza, the now-closed pizza franchise at East William and Maynard Streets. The joint is known for “the Dub,” a grilled wrap sandwich filled with ingredients ranging from potatoes to chicken tenders.
BY CHRISTY SONG
As most Americans spent Thanksgiving helping themselves to seconds, Tim Launius, a critical care nurse in the University of Michigan Health System, worked in the Philippines for 11 days, helping victims of the recent typhoon.
BY HILLARY CRAWFORD
The University has put a positive twist on its sustainability initiative with the third annual Kill-A-Watt competition.
BY K.C. WASSMAN
The lights from the Michigan Theater have shone for more than 80 years, but its presence has been an exception.
BY STEPHANIE SHENOUDA
The University of Michigan Health System formally announced Tuesday a partnership agreement with Allegiance Health, a health system based in Jackson, Mich. The agreement will eventually grow UMHS’ patient capacity by 50 percent — adding Allegiance’s 490 beds to its system.
BY SHOHAM GEVA
The area was prosperous in the 1980s, but declined in the late ‘90s, shifting from a retail focus to the bar and restaurant scene it is today. The street is the heart of undergraduate life — or at least it has the potential to be.
BY ALICIA ADAMCZYK
Although the “little victors” at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital may not make it down to Joe Louis Arena for the Detroit Red Wings game Wednesday night, they still got the chance to see eight of their favorite players Tuesday at a player meet-and-greet at the University Hospital.