Wednesday, December 4, 2019 - 6:37pm

While Juan Muñoz should be in the final stretch of completing his Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture, the would-be Taubman senior is instead launching a GoFundMe to help pay the University of Michigan’s out-of-state tuition despite being a resident of Michigan since age four.

Thursday, November 14, 2019 - 8:42pm
Angie and Dan Bastian, co-founders of BOOMCHICKAPOP, give the keynote speech at the 2019 Michigan Marketing Symposium in Robertson Auditorium Thursday.

Angie and Dan Bastian, husband and wife co-founders of kettle corn snack company BOOMCHICKAPOP, delivered the keynote speech to students and faculty in Robertson Auditorium at the 2019 Michigan Marketing Symposium on Thursday. The talk, moderated by Business lecturer Marcus Collins, focused on how the company disrupted the snack industry to fit with the symposium’s overall theme of disruption. 

Sunday, November 3, 2019 - 5:08pm
Democratic group Priorities USA filed a lawsuit alleging Michigan violated voter rights when allowing absentee ballots to be thrown out if voter signatures do not match those on other documents held by election officials.

Democratic group Priorities USA filed a lawsuit on Oct. 30 alleging Michigan violates voter rights when allowing absentee ballots to be thrown out if voter signatures do not match those on other documents held by election officials.

Sunday, October 27, 2019 - 3:33pm
Rachel Liu Martindale, owner of Milk and Honey, serves patrons during the Grand Opening of Milk and Honey Saturday.

Local bakery Milk + Honey held an opening for its pop-up at Bløm Meadworks, an Ann Arbor cidery and meadery on S. Fourth Ave., after a month-long soft opening. The event, held Saturday, featured an extensive menu of sweet and savory baked goods along with drink pairings from Bløm, flowers from Bhakti Flowers and pumpkins and fall vegetables from Slow Farm.

Sunday, October 6, 2019 - 12:37pm

The Detroit Board of Police Commissioners approved a policy Sept. 19 outlining the use of facial recognition technology for the police department. The policy includes guidelines for how officers who abuse the policy will be punished and a prohibition from sharing the photos with private companies. 

Sunday, September 29, 2019 - 4:10pm
Emily Mower Provost, associate prof. of computer science, shares her experience with emotion recognition at an event on artificial intelligence, personalized technology, and mental health in the Ann Arbor District Library Friday evening.

Two professors involved in the intersection of artificial intelligence and mental health shared their work Friday evening at the Ann Arbor District Library in partnership with the University of Michigan’s AI Laboratory

Thursday, September 26, 2019 - 7:17pm
Deval Patrick, former Governor of Massachusetts, speaks about his state's embrace of pro-environmental policy during the Great Recession as part of the Michigan Law Environmental Law & Policy Program Lecture Series in Jeffries Hall Thursday afternoon.

Former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick spoke in a conversation-style event about climate change and the role of business and politics in environmental sustainability. The event was the first installment of the Environmental Law & Policy Program’s 2019-2020 Lecture Series.

Thursday, September 26, 2019 - 4:13pm

Before LSA senior Ashley Soto entered the University of Michigan, she knew she wanted to join a culturally-based sorority on campus. Soto, who is now president of the University’s Alpha chapter of Delta Tau Lambda Sorority, Inc., had an opportunity to visit the University through the sorority’s high school outreach program. After her first year, she decided to join the sorority. 

Monday, September 9, 2019 - 4:15pm

Ann Arbor rents are skyrocketing, according to recent reports. The city’s rent is the second fastest growing among college towns.