Friday, September 7, 2018 - 12:40pm
The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals struck down the University of Michigan’s sexual assault investigation model Friday

The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals struck down the University of Michigan’s sexual assault investigation model Friday, saying that universities “must give the accused student or his agent an opportunity to cross-examine the accuser.” The current U-M sexual misconduct policy does not require a hearing or cross-examination of the student making the accusation.

Wednesday, September 5, 2018 - 6:20pm
Aside from providing workshops, conferences and internship opportunities, the center is expected to bring renowned ambassadors and foreign policy experts to the Public Policy School.

University of Michigan Regent Ron Weiser, R, and his wife Eileen Weiser donated $10 million Wednesday to establish the Weiser Diplomacy Center at the Ford School of Public Policy. Weiser, chair of the state Republican party, began working on the idea of the center with Public Policy Dean Michael Barr last spring with the goal of generating interest in diplomacy among students and providing them with career services in the field.

Tuesday, September 4, 2018 - 3:09pm
Over the summer, Ann Arbor City Council voted to change zoning codes related to Greek life houses in Ann Arbor.

On Wednesday evening, Interfraternity Council President Sam Finn, a Public Policy senior, released a statement to The Daily proclaiming a number of fraternity chapters — including Theta Chi, Alpha Sigma Phi, and Psi Upsilon — have decided to disaffiliate from IFC after a July change in city zoning codes. However, Finn noted the council will continue working to strengthen the recruitment, education and harm reduction programs of its remaining member organizations over the course of the year.

Sunday, April 15, 2018 - 9:54pm
Students from the University and Ann Arbor’s Central Academy practice an array of diverse physical exercises and discussed the importance of overall well-being as part of Heal-Move-Shift’s weekly seminar “Break a Sweat!” Friday afternoon.

On Friday afternoon, as part of Heal-Move-Shift’s weekly seminar “Break a Sweat!” a group of students from Ann Arbor’s Central Academy practiced an array of physical exercises alongside a group of University of Michigan students. Heal-Move-Shift is a nonprofit organization founded by U-M alum Ahmad Hider and LSA junior Tariq Mekkaoui, a Michigan Daily Student of the Year, to educate the greater Detroit and Ann Arbor area on three tenants of health: cardiovascular, mental and nutritional.

Tuesday, April 10, 2018 - 10:37pm
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New Central Student Government president and vice president, Public Policy junior Daniel Greene and LSA sophomore Izzy Baer, were sworn in for their first meeting Tuesday night. 

After their win on March 22, in which representatives from MVision also won a plurality of assembly seats, Greene said he planned to work with the other parties to ensure their ideas reached fruition under his leadership.

Tuesday, February 20, 2018 - 11:48pm
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As students gear up for the University of Michigan's Central Student Government elections on March 21 and 22, The Daily sat down with executive candidates to talk platforms, vision, and plans. In this installment, we profile the MomentUM party, headlined by presidential candidate AJ Ashman and vice presidential candidate Charlie Bingham.

Tuesday, February 20, 2018 - 11:47pm
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As students gear up for the University of Michigan's Central Student Government elections on March 21 and 22, The Daily sat down with executive candidates to talk platforms, vision, and plans. In this installment, we profile the True Blue party, headlined by presidential candidate Arathi Sabada and vice presidential candidate Marianne Drysdale.

Tuesday, February 20, 2018 - 11:46pm
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As students gear up for the University of Michigan's Central Student Government elections on March 21 and 22, The Daily sat down with executive candidates to talk platforms, vision, and plans. In this installment, we profile the MVision party, headlined by presidential candidate Daniel Greene and vice presidential candidate Izzy Baer. 

Wednesday, January 17, 2018 - 10:35pm
Panelists discuss their experiences surrounding topics of underrepresented identities in the workplace at the Alumni Center Wednesday.

Approximately 40 students gathered in the Alumni Center Wednesday night to listen as a diverse cast of panelists — many of them recent University of Michigan graduates —  shared their personal experiences and answered questions regarding power dynamics and intersectionality of identities in the workplace.

Wednesday, January 3, 2018 - 2:06pm
The Interfraternity Council at the University of Michigan will begin to restore social event privileges to fraternities this semester.

The Interfraternity Council at the University of Michigan will begin to restore social event privileges to fraternities this semester, according to a statement released on the organization’s website Wednesday morning. The announcement comes after a two-month self-imposed ban. Recruitment this semester for the IFC fraternities will continue as scheduled.