Sunday, July 7, 2019 - 2:54pm
Ann Arbor siblings Bella and Zack Pryor speak on the journey of their business MichAgain Signery.

After a straight-line windstorm carrying up to 100 miles per hour winds devastated Northern Michigan on Aug. 2, 2015, Ann Arbor siblings Bella and Zack Pryor felt inspired to take action. They started making wooden signs out of the old fences, broken docks and scraps of wood found in Glen Arbor and selling them — thus creating MichAgain Signery.

Thursday, June 6, 2019 - 3:16pm
The United States Department of Defense granted $6.25 million to a team of University of Michigan Engineering researchers to study heat transfer at the nanoscale.

In early May, the United States Department of Defense granted $6.25 million to a team of University of Michigan researchers to study heat transfer at the nanoscale. The team aims to further this area of research for uses like heat-to-electricity conversion and utilizing LEDs for cooling.

Michigan Engineering is leading Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Purdue University, Stanford University and Yale University in this study. The team is headed by mechanical engineering professors Pramod Reddy and Edgar Meyhofer.

Sunday, May 12, 2019 - 7:57pm
Hunter House Hamburgers has closed its doors permanently at its Ann Arbor location.

After their lease ended at the end of April, Hunter House Hamburgers closed its doors permanently. For the last five years, Hunter House has been a popular eatery among University of Michigan students and the Ann Arbor community.

Thursday, May 2, 2019 - 11:40pm
University of Michigan researchers published a report in April disclosing findings from a research study validating self-reported dietary behaviors during cannabis intoxication.

University of Michigan researchers published a report in April disclosing findings from a research study validating self-reported dietary behaviors during cannabis intoxication.

Wednesday, April 10, 2019 - 11:27pm
“The Ordered Liberty” podcast co-hosts Alexandra DeSanctis and David French answer audience questions at the National Review Institute podcast session in Weill Hall Wednesday afternoon.

“The Ordered Liberty” podcast co-hosts David French and Alexandra DeSanctis stopped at Weill Hall at the Ford School of Public Policy to record a live episode on Wednesday night. While their main focus was conservatism on campus, they also touched on populism, abortion, democratic socialism and free speech.

Monday, April 8, 2019 - 11:27pm
Dr. Keith Edwards, a scholar and teacher on sexual violence prevention, discusses how students can change the culture on campus surrounding sexual assault during the Creating a Culture of Consent talk in the League Monday.

On Monday night at the Michigan League Ballroom, Keith Edwards discussed changing the University of Michigan’s campus culture surrounding sexual violence and consent. The goal of his talk, titled “Creating a Culture of Consent”, was to encourage and empower the attendees to spark change in the community.