The 49th annual Hash Bash, Ann Arbor’s annual cannabis rights event, took place online Saturday afternoon via livestream due to the state of Michigan’s stay-at-home order amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Members of Michigan's private and public sectors are uniting to propose a new civil rights protection for LGBTQ+ citizens. The Fair and Equal Michigan initiative aims to explicitly prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity in the state's legislation.
In front of an enthusiastic and inspired Crisler Center crowd Sunday afternoon, the Michigan wrestling team (4-2) went on an impressive run. It won four of the meet’s final five matches to clinch a 22-15 comeback victory over No. 11 Minnesota (7-4).
Despite underdog status in the meet, Michigan coach Sean Bormet and his team were confident and motivated to clash with stiff Big Ten competition.
Michigan’s 1V8 boat rowed well from the start, but finished in 15:48.22, nearly 43 seconds behind the winning boat from the USRowing Training Center to score ninth place on the leaderboard. The team’s second boat slacked further behind, finishing in 21st at 16:14.617.
The University of Michigan’s Central Student Government met Tuesday evening to discuss a proposal to support socioeconomically disadvantaged CSG members, plans to provide more microwaves for students on campus and a food insecurity working group.
By the moment the second-place competitor crossed the finish line, nearly three seconds had passed. Foster cruised to a runaway victory in the 400-meter hurdles with a career-best outing of 58.60 seconds to cap off a successful day for the No. 21 Michigan women’s track and field team at the Louisville Invitational. It wasn’t just Foster who succeeded for the Wolverines. As a team, they won three events and placed in the top five in 11 total events on the day.
On Friday, the Wolverines began the tournament by shooting 11 shots over par to score an overall score of 299, placing the team in ninth place out of 17 teams after round one. Freshman Sophia Trombetta led Michigan by posting a 73, tying for 16th on the individual leaderboard.
The Michigan men’s golf team entered the final round of the Tar Heel Intercollegiate at the UNC Finley Golf Course looking to recover from a disappointing opening two rounds. The Wolverines were left trailing the rest of the field by the time players teed off Sunday morning in Chapel Hill.