Tuesday, January 31, 2017 - 4:30pm

On Tuesday afternoon, Mark Schlissel, president of the University of Michigan, met with The Michigan Daily to address issues surrounding the University’s response to changes in national immigration policies, as well as its Poverty Solutions initiative and socioeconomic diversity on campus.

Changes in Immigration Policies and Statement

Sunday, January 29, 2017 - 9:27pm

In the city of Detroit, everybody gets a slice.

Detroit ranked number five on Tasting Table’s list of “The 9 Best Cities for Pizza Lovers.” New York City and Brooklyn came in first and second, respectively.

According to the website, Detroit-style pizza is characterized by its rectangular shape and abundance of crust. Notable pizza joints mentioned in the article are Amar Pizza, Loui’s Pizza and Pepe Z’s.   

Thursday, January 26, 2017 - 8:26pm
The C.C. Little Building is named after former University president Clarence Cook Little who became a controversial figure for his outspoken favor of eugenics and euthanasia.

University of Michigan community members responded to a new policy that allows new names to be considered for academic buildings with praise and opposition.

Thursday, January 19, 2017 - 9:12pm

Though the University of Michigan is currently embarking upon a series of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion initiatives, the University still ranks low nationally in socioeconomic diversity among students.

Monday, January 16, 2017 - 4:30pm
Protestors at the By Any Means Necessary student walkout on South Forest on Monday.

In conjunction with Martin Luther King Jr. Day festivities and lectures, approximately 25 students and community members marched through Ann Arbor to protest the upcoming inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump. The protest, organized by the University of Michigan chapter of BAMN — the Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action, Integration and Immigrant Rights and Fight for Equality By Any Means Necessary — predominantly opposed Trump’s plans to change immigration reform.

Wednesday, January 11, 2017 - 7:20pm
International and out-of-state enrollment continue to increase while state funding wavers.

A new report released by the National Bureau of Economic Research concludes recent increases in international student enrollment nationwide are the direct result of a decrease in state funding of higher education institutions. University of Michigan administrators, however, maintain that this is not case in Ann Arbor, despite popular student perception. Though both trends hold true at the University in recent years, administration points to other factors that may influence international attendance.

Tuesday, January 10, 2017 - 2:17pm

Companies in Ann Arbor looking to increase foot traffic and sales can now advertise in nearby locations, serving the local small business community and college students looking for discounts.   

Spade, a mobile application launched in early December, aims to help local small businesses advertise for one another.

Spade serves as the middleman between businesses looking to advertise and locations looking to profit, according to Kinesiology sophomore Jake Fleshner, the company’s co-founder and chief marketing officer.

Tuesday, January 3, 2017 - 6:27pm
The minimum age to purchase tobacco products in Ann Arbor is now 21.

As the minimum age to purchase tobacco products and e-cigarettes in Ann Arbor changes from 18 to 21 with the turn of the new year, the community reacts with mixed opinions.

Thursday, December 8, 2016 - 6:24pm

Students, faculty, staff and the general public were invited to the University of Michigan College of Engineering Design Expo to hear students discuss their multidisciplinary design projects Thursday. Through these projects, students aim to develop solutions to real-life problems using collaborative, integrative approaches.

Monday, December 5, 2016 - 2:59pm
Students tailgate before the game in Ann Arbor.

Though crime statistics from the University of Michigan home football game days follow no clear trajectory, police and students have observed trends such as game time and weather that may have influenced arrests, hospitalizations and ejections.

Michigan’s Sept. 17 game against Colorado set the season’s peak for medical emergencies on a football Saturday at 83 treated students, and the Oct. 1 game against Wisconsin set the season peak for ejections from the stadium at 64 people ejected.