Sunday, September 15, 2019 - 3:02pm
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Welcome back to the Daily Weekly. We know you missed us but hey, if this is the first time you’re listening in, WELCOME! We are the weekly news podcast from the University of Michigan’s very own student newspaper, The Michigan Daily. We cover the news relevant to the University of Michigan, the greater Ann Arbor area, and YOU.

Monday, September 9, 2019 - 4:59pm
Ann Arbor City Council approved a two-year contract with SDS Global Enterprises Inc. at a meeting Tuesday.

Ann Arbor City Council voted 10-1 Tuesday to approve a two-year contract with SDS Global Enterprises Inc. to provide diversity, equity and inclusion consulting. Councilmember Jeff Hayner, D-Ward 1, was opposed. 

SDS Global Enterprises Inc. was deemed to be the most qualified in assisting the development of the city’s diversity, equity and inclusion plan and complies with the requirements of the city’s non-discrimination and living wage ordinances.

Monday, September 2, 2019 - 7:04pm

University of Michigan student tuition will no longer cover testing for sexually transmitted infections at University Health Services.

Wednesday, July 31, 2019 - 2:06pm
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In this episode, Nada Eldawy (she/her/hers), one of the MiC editors, takes over to speak with Khadega Mohammed (she/her/hers) about the uprising in Sudan. Nada is a junior studying BCN, with a possible International Studies minor. Khadega is a third year student at Wayne State University, majoring in International Relations and Communication Studies.

Tuesday, July 23, 2019 - 6:18pm
Romarilyn Ralston, black feminist activist, scholar, and formerly incarcerated individual discuses prison system reform at Wayne State University’s Spencer Patrich Auditorium on Friday.

On Friday, July 12, approximately 80 prison system reform activist gathered in Wayne State University’s Spencer Partrich Auditorium for a keynote address and panel discussion about prison system reform. The keynote speaker, Marc Mauer, spoke about his research and recently released book, “The Meaning of Life: The Case for Abolishing Life Sentences”.

Wednesday, July 10, 2019 - 6:17pm
Ross MBA student Rima Fadlallah and U-M Dearborn alum Yasmeen Kadouh discuss their podcast “Dearborn Girl”.

Ross MBA student Rima Fadlallah and U-M Dearborn alum Yasmeen Kadouh, both Dearborn natives, created the podcast Dearborn Girl to challenge stereotypes about themselves and women in the community they call home.

Fadlallah and Kadouh said they heard people express concern about both leaving and staying within their city. Some attributed this to a lack of spaces for women to speak freely among each other and nearly everyone they have talked to said they shared the stereotype of the “Dearborn girl.”

Monday, April 15, 2019 - 10:00pm
Mayor Christopher Taylor oversees the City Council meeting Monday evening.

City Council voted on two resolutions Monday night that will alter public transportation in Ann Arbor this summer.

Monday, April 15, 2019 - 7:54pm
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In episode 4, we shift our focus to Michigan women in STEM. From Newton to Darwin to Mendel to Hawking to Bill Nye, male scientists have been getting recognized forever. Women, on the other hand? Not so much. Guests in this episode include Women In Science and Engineering (WISE) founder, Barbara Sloat and the first black woman at U of M to earn a PhD in Nuclear Engineering, Ciara Sivels.

Wednesday, April 3, 2019 - 1:35pm
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This week, Pass the MiC released two more episodes, one on mental health concerns in communities of colors and the other on the acclaimed movie, Us, by Jordan Peele.

Ep 6: Mental Health in Commuities of Color