BY JENNIFER CALFAS
While many University students traveled to the Golden Coast to laze in the sun over Spring Break, University President Mary Sue Coleman traveled to California for a different reason: to receive a Lifetime Achievement Award.
BY CLAIRE BRYAN AND YARDAIN AMRON
From praise for student-Olympians to an unusual rendition of "Hail to the Victors," Thursday's meeting of the Board of Regents had more than just construction projects on its agenda.
BY AUSTEN HUFFORD
Holly Rider-Milkovich, director of the University’s Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Center, spoke to the University’s Board of Regents Thursday about SAPAC’s role in the community.
BY YARDAIN AMRON
Some fraternity parties will now be a little easier on the liver.
In a nearly unanimous vote Wednesday night, the Interfraternity Council amended its Social Environment Management Policy to ban hard liquor at fraternities’ open parties. The new policy will be effective immediately.
BY SAM GRINGLAS
At Thursday’s meeting of the University’s Board of Regents, University President Mary Sue Coleman opened with a lengthy speech addressing campus diversity, climate and inclusion.
BY DAILY ADMINISTRATION BEAT
Follow our live blog to see what happens in February's meeting of the University's Board of Regents.
BY CLAIRE BRYAN
After launching its new program in the fall, Wolverine Wellness, the University Health Service is striving to streamline its offerings to better serve students.
BY YARDAIN AMRON
For University President Mary Sue Coleman, the light at the end of the tunnel just got a little brighter. With about five months left in her position, the American Council on Education has awarded her a Lifetime Achievement Award for her contributions to higher education.
BY AMABEL KAROUB
On Jan. 16 and 22, UMHS retina surgeons performed the first-ever surgeries that implanted artificial retinas into the eyes of patients with retinitis pigmentosa, a degenerative eye disease that eventually causes blindness.
BY ADAM RUBENFIRE AND MATT SLOVIN
An agreement signed by former kicker Brendan Gibbons finalizing his permanent separation from the University of Michigan is marked as transmitted via fax from the Michigan football program, which raises questions as to when football officials were aware that Gibbons had been found responsible for sexual misconduct.
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