Monday, November 14, 2016 - 6:29pm
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Dynamic on and off the field and now online, linebacker Jabrill Peppers is in the spotlight of a popular parody Twitter account made by LSA sophomore Bennet Sakelaris.

The account was created in September this year, and has followed developments of the football team’s players throughout the season.

Monday, November 14, 2016 - 4:59pm

Saturday night between 9 p.m. and 10 p.m., a student was approached near South University Avenue and Washtenaw Avenue by two men who yelled at her for being in America. They then referenced her religion and pushed her down a hill, according to the University of Michigan Division of Public Safety and Security.

A University crime alert sent out to students and faculty in an email Monday classified the incident as ethnic intimidation and urged students to look assertive and be aware of their surroundings.

Monday, November 7, 2016 - 11:02pm
Gretchen Driskell, Democratic candidate for congress from Michigan's 7th district, rallies College Democrats at Weill Hall on Monday.

Before knocking on doors and encouraging people to vote on Election Day, the University of Michigan’s chapter of College Democrats rallied Monday night with students and Democrats from around the state at the Ford School of Public Policy.

Monday, November 7, 2016 - 3:30pm

Ann Arbor City Council Member Sabra Briere officially announced today her last day in office will be Dec. 5 via an online letter.

Monday, October 31, 2016 - 7:44pm
Workers paint the upcoming Avalon Bakery, which will open in 6-8 weeks at 129 E Liberty St., on Monday.

Detroit-based bakery Avalon International Breads is expanding outside the city by opening a brand new cafe in downtown Ann Arbor.

The bakery closed a deal last Monday to secure the location of the former Mezzevino Mediterranean Kitchen and Bar on 129 E. Liberty St.

The retail bakery will be named Avalon Hearth and Soul Café and is on track to be open by the end of this year.

Monday, October 31, 2016 - 3:02pm

With Election Day one week away and many University of Michigan students voting in what is most likely their first presidential race, many campus organizations are holding events for students to engage with their fellow classmates in conversation about their beliefs and what they think the most important issues will be in the next four years. 

Monday, October 24, 2016 - 3:36pm

Though most students at the University of Michigan are long past their trick-or-treating days, the Halloween spirit still lives on — Halloween and its festivities now come begin a week before the actual holiday, with various events on campus getting students in the holiday mood.

This week at the University, there are several events slated to celebrate the holiday, such as the North Campus Haunted Bell Tower, a Spookappella concert, Halloween at the Ann Arbor Farmers Market and a haunted house hosted by Triangle Fraternity and Phi Sigma Rho sorority. 

Monday, October 24, 2016 - 12:36pm
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Tom Hayden, civil rights proponent and antiwar activist, died Sunday at the age of 76 after suffering from heart problems and falling ill over the summer.
 
The Michigan native, University of Michigan alum and former Michigan Daily editor in chief founded the Students for a Democratic Society, a left-wing student activist movement instrumental in coordinating students, one year after graduating from the University. The movement was restarted again in 2006.
 
Tuesday, October 18, 2016 - 10:38am

Spitballing isn’t just for fifth grade classrooms.

A free social studying app called Spitball launched on several campuses this fall as a networking platform for students to work with other classmates to collaborate, form study groups and upload documents, such as study guides and lecture notes.

Jordan Weiss, head of U.S. operations at Spitball, said there are 2,200 members using the app at the University of Michigan, sharing about 4,800 documents such as study guides and practice exams uploaded for more than 250 courses.

Thursday, October 6, 2016 - 5:12pm

Wheeling its way down the freeway from the Motor City to Ann Arbor every Thursday, the iconic Slows Bar BBQ will be available weekly in the Ross School of Business’ Seigle Cafe to cater its famous slow-cooked sandwiches and other entrees to the community during lunchtime. 

Slows to Go first opened in the Business school Sept. 15, offering a selection of its famous slow-cooked meats and sandwiches, along with pit-smoked beans, mac and cheese and slaw. It is stationed every Thursday at the “Traditions” station in the Seigle Cafe.