Thursday, January 10, 2019 - 10:49pm
Get Your Game On, a gaming store and electronics repair shop, closed permanently Thursday after 12 years of business.

Get Your Game On, a gaming store and electronics repair shop on State St, closed permanently on Thursday following 12 years of business. The store posted a sign on the door stating the events leading to the closure occurred quickly preventing them from providing prior notice.

Friday, December 14, 2018 - 10:31am
Mark Hoeltzel, former Michigan Medicine doctor, was sentenced to 10 years in prison.

Mark Hoeltzel, former Michigan Medicine doctor, was sentenced to 10 years in prison Thursday after he plead guilty to child exploitation charges in September, The Detroit News reported.

Thursday, December 13, 2018 - 10:07pm
The Chi Omega sorority house after the Ann Arbor fire department left Thursday night.

On Thursday at approximately 8 p.m., the Chi Omega sorority house caught fire. There were approximately six fire trucks along Washtenaw Avenue, leading to police closures from Hill Street to South University Avenue.   

video posted by The Tab Michigan on Instagram shows intense smoke coming from the building’s north side.  

Multiple sources from Chi Omega reported everyone inside the house is safe. The fire allegedly started in the basement.

Thursday, December 6, 2018 - 7:05pm
The local Ann Arbor piercing studio Pangea Piercing announced the store is officially closing its doors Thursday following its reopening last Saturday after months of controversy.

The local Ann Arbor piercing studio Pangea Piercing announced the store is officially closing its doors Thursday following its reopening last Saturday after months of controversy. The store cited harassment by “communists” and local media in its store front window on East Liberty Street as reasons for closing. 

Sunday, December 2, 2018 - 1:29pm
Musicians perform at the Contemporary Directions Ensemble performance in the Moore Building Friday night.

When University of Michigan Music Theory professor Patricia Hall heard of musical works potentially composed at Nazi concentration camps, she began her research into the sounds of Auschwitz.  During Hall’s tours of the most deadly system of camps during the Holocaust last summer, she was struck by the irony of the manuscripts she analyzed. Upon deeper review, Hall decided she wanted to delve more broadly into music’s relationship with the history of the Holocaust.

Monday, November 12, 2018 - 8:33pm

In college, students are finding apps for anything — deals on food, study tools and more. But as technology starts reaching younger audiences, advertisers have begun tapping into the new mobile market, resulting in what University researchers say is harmful exposure. Mobile applications geared toward children contain significant disruptive, often inappropriate, advertising content, University of Michigan researcher Jenny Radesky, a pediatrician, and her team found after analyzing 135 of the most popular free and paid apps for children 5 years old and younger.

Thursday, November 8, 2018 - 6:27pm

Google granted $250,000 to the Michigan Engineering Zone, a University of Michigan program that provides engineering resources to high school students, at the grand opening of their new office in Detroit. Google opened their regional office in the Little Caesars Arena today, according to the Detroit Free Press.

Thursday, November 8, 2018 - 5:01pm
The University of Michigan’s Interfraternity Council voted Wednesday to remove the Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity from campus, the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life said in a press release.

The University of Michigan’s Interfraternity Council voted Wednesday to remove the Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity from campus, the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life said in a press release. Members of the IFC voted unanimously to terminate Alpha Sigma Phi’s Theta chapter following an investigation by the Hazing Response Team regarding allegations of hazing during their new member process.

Sunday, November 4, 2018 - 8:05pm

Mohamed Soumah, a University of Michigan custodian, is currently seeking refuge in the Ann Arbor Friends Meeting House to avoid deportation — he requires frequent dialysis due to a genetic kidney disease, and says he will die if deported.

Sunday, November 4, 2018 - 1:47pm
Salgado believes her research is important given recent events involving women’s equality and specifically the #MeToo movement, a national conversation around sexual misconduct and gender discrimination.

LSA sophomore Estrella Salgado turned a love of “Little House on the Prairie” into an in-depth research project to understand the lives of women in the mid-19th century. Salgado’s project, sponsored through the Undergraduate Research Program, began when she recognized the Godey’s Magazine in her class discussion from her childhood love of Little House.

“I was a big fan of ‘Little House on the Prairie’ when I was a kid,” Salgado said. “So when it was mentioned this year in class, I wanted to take a look.”