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Hackett talks fan experience, student involvement at Big Ten Media Days

BY MAX BULTMAN

The goal, he said, is work together to accomplish goals, rather than being told problems and having to figure out ways to solve them.

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$1.1 million distributed to Southeast Michigan to increase graduation rates

BY JACKIE CHARNIGA

Michigan Sens. Debbie Stabenow and Gary Peters proposed this month that $1.1 million will be awarded to Southeast Michigan students to increase graduation rates. The plan is funded by the Department of Education’s TRIO Student Support Services Program, an outreach resource dedicated to assisting students from underprivileged backgrounds.

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Fresh off national championship, Michigan's rival faces own obstacles

BY MAX COHEN

If the theme of the offseason for Michigan has been building a better future, then the focus for the Buckeyes has been solidifying the present to the point that it can withstand the repeated attacks of rapacious underdogs.

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The Slurping Turtle celebrates one year with Ramen Challenge

BY CARLY NOAH

The Slurping Turtle, a new Japanese restaurant on East Liberty that also has a location in Chicago, celebrated its one-year anniversary Sunday evening by hosting its first annual Ramen Battle. With over 200 attendees, the event was created to thank the Ann Arbor community and give back to those in need.

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In memory of Josh Brigham

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BY LARA MOEHLMAN

Early Friday morning, the University community lost an active member: Joshua Brigham, a rising LSA senior studying psychology.

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Autonomous vehicle testing site "Mcity" opens on north campus

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BY LARA MOEHLMAN

On Monday morning, Michigan's leading auto-industry experts and government officials, alongside University leaders, gathered in a brand new city, “Mcity,” the world’s first controlled vehicle test site designed to research and refine automated vehicle technology. The project aims to pave the way for mass-market driverless cars.

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Munger Graduate Residences to open in August

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BY EMMA KERR

If you’re a graduate student living in the new Munger Graduate Residences, climbing through dorm windows at night to get a strictly prohibited rooftop view will not be part of your residential life experience.

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Gofundme created to cover University student's medical costs

BY IRENE PARK

After diving into shallow water to retrieve a volleyball at Lake Sherwood in Commerce Township, rising business junior Taylor Janssen broke his neck at the C5 vertebrae. Janssen was taken to the University Hospital, where he was treated in the intensive care unit until Wednesday, when he was transferred to a general hospital room to focus on physical therapy and talking.

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University student awarded prestigious engineering scholarship

BY ALEX JUNTTI

Lieutenant Jesse Hermsen, an engineering officer recruiter for the Navy, said Klee is a well-groomed student ready to take on the many challenges the NUPOC program has to offer.

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Take a scroll through the 2015 Ann Arbor Art Fair

BY NICK CRUZ

Reflect back on this year's Ann Arbor tradition.

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Solar Car team unveils new vehicle

BY JACKIE CHARNIGA

Earlier this month, the first public appearance of the sun-powered car that will race in Australia’s World Solar Challenge this October was unveiled at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn.
The week-long race occurs every two years, with this week marking the University’s Solar Car team’s 25th anniversary.

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