Dr. Scott Barolo, Dan Ezekiel, and Representative Yousef Rabhi listen to other speakers from the steps of Hatcher library.
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Ann Arbor community flocks to the Diag for local March for Science

Thousands of scientists, teachers and allies gathered in the Diag Saturday afternoon to take part in the March for Science, an event organized to celebrate science and to improve dialogue between the scientific community and the public.

President Mark Schlissel at the Regents meeting on February 16, 2017.
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At final meeting, regents receive complaints against Inglis House sale, discuss renovations

The University of Michigan Board of Regents convened its final meeting of the school year Thursday afternoon, and approved multiple construction projects on the University’s three campuses and the appointments of senior officers.

Senior catcher Harrison Wenson in a 14-4 Michigan win over Oklahoma at the Wilson Complex.
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Michigan drops second straight to Indiana

The Hoosiers jumped all over Michigan's pitching staff, taking the series with a 12-9 win.

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Cheat Codes talk fame, touring and collaborating with Demi Lovato

With a music video on the way, Daily Music Editor Matt Gallatin and I sit down for an interview with the DJ trio.

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Chez Betty and Provost’s office reach an agreement to keep the food co-op open

As of Friday afternoon, the Chez Betty food co-op, located on North Campus, will remain open.

Congresswoman Debbie Dingell (D–Dearborn), alongside grassroots organization Ann Arbor Indivisible, held a town hall-style forum at Ypsilanti High School Tuesday night.
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Dingell encourages action from constituents at Ypsilanti town hall

The event, intended mainly to address healthcare and job growth, consisted of a panel including Dingell, Carrie Rheingans, the Senior Project Manager for the Washtenaw Health Initiative, and Shamar Herron, the Workforce Development Manager for Washtenaw County.