Wednesday, July 17, 2019 - 1:50pm
The School of Public Health records their new podcast “Population Healthy”.

The University of Michigan School of Public Health released a new podcast titled Population Healthy” to spread their work to the general public. Public Health doctoral student Nina Masters said public health work tends to only spread inside a small echo chamber, so the podcast acts as a medium for sharing knowledge.

Tuesday, July 9, 2019 - 7:48pm
New students come forth regarding allege negligence from Carlson Properties.

In early April, The Daily published an article about Carlson Properties, detailing complaints from University of Michigan students over a neglected faulty water line and a wasp infestation. After the article was published, new students have reached out to The Daily to share their experiences as tenants of Carlson Properties.

Wednesday, June 26, 2019 - 6:22pm
Dr. Katie Bouman graduated the University of Michigan in 2011.

Before Dr. Katie Bouman became the center of a social media firestorm, she would sit in “the bullpen” of DB Cafe on the University of Michigan’s North Campus with fellow members of HKN, an electrical, computer and computer science engineering fraternity, and eat “way too much Domino's pizza.” 

Monday, June 24, 2019 - 5:03pm
The Bentley Historical Library holds John Tanton's anti-immigration documents.

With the threat of a potential deportation raid by Immigration and Customs Threat Enforcement looming in the distance, immigration attorney and advocate Hassan Ahmad celebrates his small win in his larger fight for legal immigration. 

Wednesday, June 12, 2019 - 3:01pm
China Gate located at 1201 S. University closed their doors for the very last time on Monday, May 27.

“Thank you for giving us the opportunity to serve you for the past 32 years,” read the white and red sign placed in the window of one of Ann Arbor’s oldest Chinese restaurants, China Gate. The restaurant located at 1201 S. University closed their doors for the very last time on Monday, May 27.

Wednesday, June 12, 2019 - 2:53pm
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Though the future of affirmative action remains in question, pre-med students are decisive: According to a Kaplan survey of over 245 pre-med students, 80 percent agreed it is important for the American medical profession to be demographically representative of

Sunday, June 9, 2019 - 6:14pm
Robert Sharp, the retired University of Michigan chemistry professor was found dead in his Ann Arbor home June 10, 2018.

Every morning since 2004, Robert Sharp would wake up and drive to Wendy’s to eat breakfast with his wife and feed a few stray cats. One Wendy’s employee, Isom Hamilton, took notice of his schedule.

Friday, May 31, 2019 - 5:47pm
Ann Arbor City Hall has launched an independent probe to investigate city hall’s overall work environment and its effect upon each department.

Following the resignation of Ann Arbor’s Human Resource Director Robyn Wilkerson, Ann Arbor City Hall has launched an independent probe to investigate City Hall’s overall work environment and its effect upon each department.

On May 1, Wilkerson stepped down amid accusations she sent inappropriate text messages to her city hall coworkers.

Wednesday, May 22, 2019 - 5:37pm
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The College Board, responsible for administering the SAT, announced the addition of a new index commonly known as an “adversity score” in an attempt to quantify a student’s overall disadvantage level and help college admissions officers gather a more complete picture of an applicant’s background.

Wednesday, May 15, 2019 - 9:31pm
The Ecology Center holds their annual meeting at the Ann Arbor Public Library to discuss Michigan's water crisis Wednesday evening.

Starting in late 2018, Ann Arbor residents have grown increasingly concerned about dioxane and PFAS contamination in Washtenaw County’s drinking water. With Ann Arbor residents calling for a more transparent reporting system, Ann Arbor Water Treatment Manager Brian Steglitz released a plan to publish updated water quality newsletters every month.