BY BRAD WHIPPLE
More than a decade later, the 6-foot-3 Goree is now the starting center for the Michigan women’s basketball team, but the journey has been far from easy —injuries and personal and physical growth always tested her patience and grit.
BY IAN DILLINGHAM
Nearly one year ago, students from the UM Divest movement hung a sign on the door of Central Student Government chambers as part of a weeklong protest to occupy the room.
BY ALEX INTNER
This episode did exactly what all series finales should: it reminded viewers about why they followed — dedicated themselves — to the show for so long.
BY ALEX KHALIFEH
Michigan may have come out too relaxed, as the Wolverines didn’t play to their strengths against Dartmouth (6-4), ultimately losing, 4-3.
BY SANJAY REDDY
Despite efforts to curtail fast food consumption in the United States, junk food remains in popular demand — and new University research released last week suggests this resilience is in part due to the nature of the foods themselves.
BY DANIEL FELDMAN
The Daily sat down with Smotrycz at Big Ten Media Day in October to discuss playing Michigan, air travel and sage advice he can give out regarding the tough Big Ten conference.
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BY ALLANA AKHTAR
After University judicial process concludes, Sigma Delta Tau will be placed on disciplinary suspension for two years. Four other involved Greek life organizations will be required to complete community service and help pay damages, among other reprimands.
BY ALYSSA BRANDON
LSA sophomore Matt Fidel, The Team’s candidate for Central Student Government vice president, participated in a ski trip during which members of his fraternity Sigma Alpha Mu, as well as sorority Sigma Delta Tau, reportedly caused at least $85,000 in damages, campaign manager Jacob Abudaram, an LSA junior, confirmed to The Michigan Daily last week.
BY PHOTO STAFF
Photo staff presents its best photos of the week from February 20 to February 26
BY ISOBEL FUTTER
Earlier this month, a federal court stalled an expansion of an executive order that would have expanded the provisions for some undocumented immigrants to remain in the country — including some students.
BY NATALIE GADBOIS
Leslie and her co-conspirators were some of the most fleshed-out characters on television, especially in comedy, but Poehler skillfully masked Leslie’s complexity in her outright hilarity.