In an effort to highlight the success of the auto industry bailout and its subsequent recovery, President Barack Obama visited the North American Auto Show in Detroit Wednesday.
For several Michigan lawmakers, the vision President Barack Obama articulated during his final State of the Union address Tuesday night for federal policy closely mirrored what they would like to accomplish on a statewide level.
Along with several other Michigan legislators, one of Ann Arbor’s own was named a 2016 Lawmaker to Watch Wednesday.
In January, Rep. Jeff Irwin (D–Ann Arbor) and Rep. Adam Zemke (D–Ann Arbor) spoke to The Michigan Daily about what they hoped to accomplish during the year.
The biennial celebration, held on North Campus, allowed middle school students to build rockets and observe a blimp racing competition.
The event included hip-hop, dancing and dialogue about both Native American identity and full historical context.
A team of eight University students and two faculty members will attend a United Nations session to brainstorm ways to replace the Kyoto Protocol.
Event hosted by Racial Justice Coalition and Muslim Law Student Association aims to counter spread of Islamophobic sentiments through encouraging students to share experiences.
Russian journalist and activist Masha Gessen was awarded the 24th Wallenberg Medal at Rackham Auditorium on Tuesday.