The University Insider is The Daily’s first faculty and staff-oriented newsletter. This weekly newsletter will give U-M faculty and staff the ability to see the most important issues on campus and in Ann Arbor — particularly those related to administrative decisions — from the perspective of an independent news organization. It will also provide a better understanding of student perspectives.

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President Schlissel talks Detroit Center for Innovation, carbon neutrality goals

Each month, The Michigan Daily’s Administration Beat sits down with University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel to discuss important questions about University policy, commitments and challenges. Topics discussed at this month’s interview included the President’s Commission on Carbon Neutrality, The Detroit Center for Innovation, the discrimination lawsuit filed against the University and more. At the […]

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President’s Commission on Carbon Neutrality releases interim report detailing ongoing work towards emissions recommendations

The University of Michigan President’s Commission on Carbon Neutrality released its first interim progress report in an email to students Monday morning. The report details the commission’s progress on its goal to develop recommendations for reducing carbon emissions on campus by 2025. In an interview with The Daily Monday, Jennifer Haverkamp, co-chair of the President’s […]

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UAAO 2019-2020 board photo series: Can you recognize Angell with all our colors?

With the closing of A/PIA Immigration Awareness Week, we present this year’s UAAO Executive Board annual board photoshoot as an opportunity to raise awareness regarding former University of Michigan president James B. Angell’s role in the creation of the Chinese Exclusion Act, how this established precedence for longstanding anti-Asian rhetoric in the United States, and […]

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Students start University’s first LGBTQ+ publication

Last month, students at the University of Michigan published the first issue of The Michigan Gayly: LGBTQ+ Issues, a newspaper dedicated to publishing articles related to the LGBTQ+ community.  Established this October, the organization is currently made up of about 20 undergraduate and graduate students and publishes an issue every month. Students can pick up […]