Two semi-trucks collided around 4:30 a.m. Monday morning on Eastbound M-14 near Barton Drive in Ann Arbor.
Michigan State Police reported one truck was in need of assistance when another carrying auto parts lost control and crashed into it. The second truck rolled over and burst into flames, killing the driver trapped inside.
According to a press release sent by Shanon Banner, MSP public affairs manager, MSP Motor Carrier Officers could not reach the second semi-truck’s cab.
University of Michigan employees must submit to sworn depositions and the University must turn over internal documents in a lawsuit filed by Andrew Lipian, a former School of Music, Theatre & Dance graduate student.
Presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., gave the keynote address to a crowd of 10,000 people at the 64th annual NAACP Fight for Freedom Dinner at the Cobo Conference Center in Detroit Sunday evening. The Detroit branch of the NAACP is the largest in the nation.
Andrew Yang, entrepreneur and 2020 presidential candidate, hosted a campaign rally Saturday evening at the Detroit Shipping Company food hall in the Cass Corridor neighborhood of Detroit. About 300 people attended the rally to hear Yang’s policy ideas and strategy for winning the Democratic nomination.
The University of Michigan’s Department of History announced in a press release Friday that Graduate Record Examinations scores will no longer be used as a criteria for admission into the PhD program. University officials cited the high cost of taking the test and the ineffectiveness of standardized tests to determine a student’s fitness for the program as reasons for eliminating the GRE requirement.
An interactive audio-visual installation aiming to bring attention to opera singer Samuel Schultz’s healing after an alleged assault by School of Music, Theatre & Dance professor David Daniels was unveiled in the SMTD Soderquist Atrium this morning.
Wednesday night, more than 100 people attended a panel discussion titled “Understanding the Social Implications of AI.” The panel, part of the Dissonance Event Series, was held in the Michigan League.
Organizing Committee Member Sol Bermann, chief privacy officer and interim chief information security officer for the University of Michigan, explained Dissonance lies at the intersection of many different areas of study.