Following of liquor-control violations at the International Champions Cup soccer game played at Michigan Stadium on July 30, 2016, the University of Michigan's in-house management company, Sodexo Management Inc., has been ordered to pay over $4,500 in fines by Michigan's Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs.
As course-backpacking season begins, University of Michigan students can now use ClassAI, a new web app that uses a model to analyze the chances students have of getting into a class based on the date and time they register. The web app was co-founded and designed by Business junior Jordan Katz and Engineering junior Tyler Laredo to save students an estimated five to 10 hours during backpacking for open courses.
To celebrate and reflect on the University of Michigan’s bicentennial, M-BARC, the Michigan Bicentennial Archive, is designing, creating and launching the first-ever space time capsule into space, which will orbit the Earth for 100 years. As the University continues to push toward space research, the launch of the capsule marks a new era of discovery.
A survey conducted by The Michigan Daily last month found 74 percent of student respondents at the University of Michigan think tuition is too high, and 54 percent believe the University doesn't give out enough scholarship money.
LSA junior Kim Truong, a second-generation immigrant and first-generation college student, said despite receiving a full need-based scholarship, she believes tuition at the University is too high.
On Monday from 1 to 7 a.m., a team of eight students at Edible, an Ann Arbor startup, delivered 1,000 care packages across Ann Arbor. The care packages — containing food products and distributed around residential areas, student housing, local businesses and University of Michigan buildings — were part of a new marketing stunt for the app, which aims to help users find local food that accommodates their dietary restrictions.
Last week at a trail leading into Nichols Arboretum, University of Michigan medical student Daniel Nadelman stumbled upon a dead deer. Nadelman told MLive that at first glance the deer appeared to have been shot as a part of the city’s cull from Jan. 30 to Feb. 6. However, city officials say it was not killed during the cull.
About 50 people gathered at the Fleming Administration Building Saturday afternoon for a rally organized by the University of Michigan’s chapter of Students for Life. The rally called for the halt of and an investigation into the University’s alleged use of aborted fetal tissue for research.
Throughout the event, speakers, including students and local anti-abortion activists, talked about their disapproval of the University’s testing.