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Rally to protest white supremacists in Charlottesville attracts hundreds to Diag

Hundreds gathered in the Diag to protest the white supremacist violence that occurred in Charlottesville, Va. this weekend with government officials denouncing President Donald Trump’s response to the incident.

Delta Sig Phi's Ancient Egyptian themed party cancelled due to backlash

The University of Michigan branch of Delta Sigma Phi recently deleted their Welcome Week party that was Ancient Egyptian themed due to backlash from the student body.

Racist, anti-semitic graffiti found in skate park

According to a media release, Ann Arbor police officers responded to a graffiting incident in the skate park located in Veterans Memorial Park on Friday m

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‘Detroit’ is a riveting recount of a 20th Century tragedy

The madness unfolds rapidly, and throughout the first two-thirds of the movie, there isn’t a moment to catch your breath among watching the painful police brutality and destruction of the city.

Perry fully reinstated to team, Manuel announces

Last October, Perry was accused of sexually assaulting a woman outside a bar in East Lansing. In July, he pleaded guilty to one count of resisting an officer and one count of assault and battery

The Asians who didn't turn out right

I sip from a teacup at the dinner table, half listening to my family’s ear-splitting conversations — which, in our world, means light chitchat. My uncle and aunt are talking stocks. One cousin is showing us his dancing skills by flipping his sister over. My grandmother is putting salted fish down. On one end of the table, my older cousin has been roped into a conversation about a startup with my father.