The University of Michigan Division of Public Safety and Security tweeted out a message Tuesday afternoon requesting information about two suspects who stole from the School of Public Health Building the night of March 1.
Please help us ID two subjects in connection with burglaries at the School of Public Health buildings.
Jack Hu, vice president for research at the University of Michigan, said last January his goals for his tenure as head of one of the nation’s best research facilities included improvement in undergraduate research opportunities, supporting faculty research initiatives and broadening multidisciplinary collaboration of projects across the University.
Following three racist and anti-Semitic emails sent to University of Michigan engineering and computer science students Tuesday night, an anonymous email was sent out Thursday morning to at least one graduate student email list, this time outlining an alleged incident of racism involving the sender, a Black woman, and two white men. The email expressed disgust with the University for failing to address the alleged hate crime with an investigation.
A University of Michigan employee was struck in the back of the head Thursday afternoon around 1 p.m. by an unknown assailant, according to a University Division of Public Safety and Security crime alert released early Saturday morning.
The Ann Arbor Police Department is investigating three reported incidents that occurred Wednesday morning near the central campus of the University of Michigan involving the display of “what was described as a black semi-automatic handgun,” according to a press release from AAPD Detective and Lieutenant Matthew Lige.
On Wednesday morning, Diane Brown, Division of Public Safety and Security spokeswoman, said the Ann Arbor Police Department responded to two robberies near campus and a fireworks complaint.
Ann Arbor Lieutenant Lyle Sartori later confirmed this information in a phone interview.
“The whole thing kicked off around 12:20 this morning,” Sartori said. “We got a call of a robbery on Arch near Packard. We had officers dispatched out there. Somebody was walking down the street and was robbed. About five minutes later we had a second call.”
An advertisement for the University of Michigan’s upcoming bicentennial played during the first quarter of the Orange Bowl game between the Michigan Wolverines and the Florida State University Seminoles — sparking many reactions on social media.