Thursday, September 3, 2020 - 3:35pm

When Nick Gaspar saw an article about the Chinese government’s rush to build a new Wuhan, China hospital in February, the University of Michigan-Flint distance learning director started silently working on a new website in February.

Thursday, April 16, 2020 - 2:47pm

In light of the transition to online platforms for classes, students with lab courses are required to simulate physical components of labs virtually.

Daily Staff Reporter Ayse Eldes talked to several students who voiced their concerns over the challenges of transitioning to virtual labs.

Tuesday, February 18, 2020 - 9:37pm
Lelsi Hoey, Urban and Regional Planning Professor speaks at a panel on sustainable dining at MDining in the Union Tuesday evening.

Most cooks discard pepper tops and stems as unusable food scraps. For campus chefs Russ Palmer, Tony Picinotti and Frank Turchan, however, these scraps had hidden potential to become hummus served at a buffet dinner Tuesday night. 

Thursday, January 9, 2020 - 7:45pm
Janelle Goodwill, a PhD candidate in Social Work and Psychology, speaks at a town hall to discuss mental health at Rackham Graduate School Thursday afternoon.


Rackham student Julio Ferreira is finishing his second year in the College of Engineering: a critical year for a PhD student. In a few months, he will need to complete his dissertation proposal. Lately, Ferreira has been feeling overwhelmed with the workload he needs to undertake. 

“I really like doing what I do, but I feel like I need some outlet or something,” Ferreira said.