On Thursday afternoon, representatives from the recently formed One University Campaign met for their second coalition meeting at the University of Michigan’s Flint campus, discussing a number of resolutions regarding the future leadership and objectives of the campaign.
On Tuesday night, more than 50 undergraduate and graduate students gathered in the Ross School of Business’s Blau Colloquium for an event titled “Poverty Simulation: Making Sense of Making it in America,” gaining a perspective on the daily decisions and dilemmas of people facing poverty in the U.S.
During the three-hour simulation, student participants were organized into families, assigned demographic roles and were subsequently faced with a series of socioeconomic obstacles, ranging from mortgage payments to childcare and daily transportation costs.
Following the swearing in of 48 new members of the Michigan Legislature last month, a bipartisan coalition of representatives has proposed a constitutional amendment to end the state’s controversial lame duck session.
Following temperature lows of -17 degrees Fahrenheit Wednesday and Thursday, numerous Ann Arbor tenants faced difficulties resulting from the inclement weather.
Several apartment buildings around campus contended with burst pipes and heating malfunctions Thursday due to the low temperatures. Varsity Ann Arbor, an apartment building on E. Washington Street largely housing University of Michigan students, dealt with these problems yesterday afternoon.
After a recent donation from University of Michigan alumni Susan and Paul Meister, the University’s Child Health Evaluation and Research Center will be renamed the Susan B. Meister Child Health Evaluation and Research Center.
Meister, an acclaimed clinical researcher specializing in adolescent health, earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 1974 and doctorate 1982 from the University of Michigan. For the past two decades, Meister has worked as a researcher at Harvard University and chair of the School of Nursing Board of Advisors at Duke University.
One of the accusations aginst School of Music, Theater & Dance professor and famous singer David Daniels has been dropped. However, attorney Deborah Gordon said the move should not be interpreted as detrimental to the case.
Last month, local businessman Tom Brady Jr., along with his associate Darin Dingham opened up an Ann Arbor location of Jim Brady’s after nearly a year’s worth of development and planning. This is the second location opened by the two since 2015, when the first Jim Brady's opened its doors to the public in Royal Oak, Mich.
The restaurant served its first meal on December 10. According to Brady, the vibrant culture of the Ann Arbor community was a key factor in the choice to branch out into the area.