Tuesday, November 21, 2017 - 10:55pm
Students protest at the Regents meeting about Richard Spencer's request to speak on campus in the Union Tuesday.

The University of Michigan has agreed to proceed with white supremacist Richard Spencer's request to speak on campus if the University is able to ensure a safe setting for the event. University President Mark Schlissel announced the University will begin deliberations with Spencer's team regarding time, place and nature of the event after convening an emergency Board of Regents' meeting Tuesday night.

"We only today have finalized plans for how we will proceed on Richard Spencer’s request to speak on the University of Michigan campus," Schlissel said.

Tuesday, November 21, 2017 - 3:06pm
Students and staff community voice their opposition at the Board of Regents meeting regarding Richard Spencer's request to speak on campus in the Union Tuesday night.

UPDATE: In a campus-wide email, Schlissel has confirmed the University is in talks to find a space for Spencer to speak on campus. If there is no agreement that guarantees student safety, he wrote, Spencer will not speak. 

Saturday, November 18, 2017 - 4:25am

Two men robbed employees at the Buffalo Wild Wings on State St. early Saturday morning, according to a crime report released by the University of Michigan Divison of Public Safety and Security. 

The unidentified men were wearing black clothing, the report details, and one of the suspects was carrying a handgun.   

The Ann Arbor Police Department is investigating the armed robbery, which is reported to have taken place around 2:30 a.m., abouth half an hour after the restaurant's closing time. 

Saturday, November 11, 2017 - 9:13pm

A University of Michigan pedestrian was struck unconscious and robbed by an unknown assailant late Saturday afternoon, according to a crime alert sent by the Division of Public Safety and Security.

The unarmed robbery occured on the 700 block of S. State St., between Hill and Monroe streets. Ann Arbor police is investigating the case. 

Both unarmed and armed robberies increased last winter as well. DPSS sent out four crime alerts in three weeks last January and Februrary. 

This is a developing story. Check michigandaily.com for more updates.

Thursday, November 2, 2017 - 8:15pm
The Washtenaw County Courthouse, where Business senior Matthew Mansour was granted a person protection order from his roommate Business senior Abishek MacFarland.

Business junior Matthew Mansour was granted a personal protection order against his roommate, Business senior Abhishek McFarland, based on a tense living environment in which Mansour was too afraid to come back to his apartment at Landmark Apartments on South University Avenue. McFarland will have to move out of the apartment with police present.

Monday, October 23, 2017 - 10:43pm

Students blared various demands for accountability and administrative action after weeks of racist provocations on campus earlier this semester, but one question echoed throughout all the protests.

“What happens to racist students who get caught?” LSA senior Arlyn Reed asked at a de-stress event held by the Black Student Union last month to rounds of applause from the audience.

Thursday, October 19, 2017 - 11:12pm
Game days create particular situations of concern for students of color.

Though any game day in Ann Arbor is bound to witness its fair share of police activity, the game against Michigan State University on Oct. 7 — the first night game since 2014, and against one of the University of Michigan's biggest rivals — was certain to see more.

Thursday, October 19, 2017 - 7:13pm
The Regents share a laugh at their meeting in Flint Thursday.

University of Michigan hockey players will suit up Friday evening for the first time on the newly coined Red Berenson Ice Rink. The University’s Board of Regents voted unanimously Thursday to name the rink at Yost Ice Arena after Berenson, who served as the team’s coach for 33 seasons and retired this summer.

Wednesday, October 11, 2017 - 1:31pm

Former University football player Nate Johnson pled not guilty to a charge of domestic violence at a pre-trial hearing Wednesday morning.

Johnson switched his legal representation to Doug Lewis of Student Legal Services shortly before the hearing. Ann Arbor District Judge Elizabeth Hines granted Johnson an adjournment to confer with his new counsel. 

Thursday, October 5, 2017 - 6:49pm
Students marched from the Diag to the Flemming administration building on Thursday to protest DACA repeal.

Thursday marked undocumented immigrants’ last day to submit renewals to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program — but undocumented students at the University of Michigan were undeterred. One hundred protesters marched from the Diag to the Fleming Administration Building to lobby University officials for institutional resources and protection for vulnerable students.