Wednesday, February 21, 2018 - 11:11pm
Mayor Christopher Taylor participates in a conversation with students on public policy in Weill Hall Wednesday.

Approximately 20 students gathered Wednesday night at the Ford School of Public Policy as Ann Arbor Mayor Christopher Taylor discussed a wide array of issues relevant to city residents, including how the City Council, under his leadership, has tried to foster stronger ties with University of Michigan.

Wednesday, February 21, 2018 - 5:24pm
A Bevi machine, which offers students the choice of either still or sparkling water with four different flavor options will be installed in the South Quad dining hall on Feb. 26, as part of a two-month trial period.

Lindsay Haas, an MDining Culinary and Nutrition Support Specialist, met with University of Michigan students last year to listen to their concerns over the lack of healthy beverage options at the residential dining halls. After considering their feedback, Haas decided to test a new healthy beverage dispensary machine called Bevi.

A Bevi machine, which offers students the choice of either still or sparkling water with four different flavor options, will be installed in the South Quad residential dining hall on Feb. 26, as part of a two-month trial period.

Wednesday, February 21, 2018 - 5:22pm

Getting good grades, having the best teachers and applying to college are all integral parts of one’s education. But for students of color, many of these aspirations cannot be met due to structural racism and the broken pipeline within our educational system.

Nikole Hannah-Jones, a New York Times investigative journalist and 2017 MacArthur “Genius”, came to the University of Michigan's Institute of Social Research Wednesday to discuss educational segregation and racial inequities

Wednesday, February 21, 2018 - 4:24pm
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On Feb. 12, Detroit workers left their jobs and gathered in Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Park to protest for a $15 statewide minimum wage.

Wednesday, February 21, 2018 - 4:07pm

The Office of National Scholarships and Fellowships announced the winners of the Gates Cambridge and the Knight-Hennessy Scholarships Tuesday.

Tuesday, February 20, 2018 - 11:50pm
Dean of Students Laura Blake Jones addresses CSG members' concerns regarding the decision to change "Michigan time" at the Union Tuesday night.

Central Student Government met on Tuesday evening to discuss the University of Michigan’s decision to end Michigan time, the tradition of starting classes 10 minutes after the hour. Beginning on May 1, classes will start on the hour and end 10 minutes before the next to allow for students to get to back-to-back classes.

Tuesday, February 20, 2018 - 9:54pm
LSA Senior Sahr Yazdani, Alumn Sidra Kader, Ross Senior Shaheda Islam and LSA Senior Nazmun Nahar model at the Seek Refuge Launch Party at the Michigan League Tuesday.

Dozens filed in and out of Seek Refuge’s first clothing line launch party held in the Michigan League’s Hussey Room on Tuesday evening. Seek Refuge is an organization, founded by Dearborn native Shazia Ijaz, committed to bringing awareness to aid refugees, empower women and represent Muslims through its clothing line. The organization currently gives a portion of its proceeds to a refugee aid program and was recently featured in Vogue magazine.

Tuesday, February 20, 2018 - 8:04pm
Bret Stephens, New York Times columnist and Pulitzer Prize winner, discusses the roles of free speech and personal discomfort in education in the League Tuesday.

Bret Stephens, a columnist at the New York Times, spoke on the importance of free speech and disagreement Thursday at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre in a talk titled, “Free Speech and the Necessity of Discomfort.” The talk, presented by Wallace House, was part of the “Speech and Inclusion: Recognizing Conflict and Building Tools for Engagement” series, which previously brought speakers such Joshua Johnson of NPR, and was put

Monday, February 19, 2018 - 4:02pm
University of Michigan researchers from the Life Sciences Institute have found that ribosomal DNA, also known as rDNA, in the testes of male fruit flies rejuvenate after being passed onto offspring.

University of Michigan researchers from the Life Sciences Institute have found that ribosomal DNA, also known as rDNA, in the testes of male fruit flies rejuvenate after being passed onto offspring. University researchers say this could open doors for further stem cell research on aging.

RDNA is responsible for carrying the code that makes up ribosomal RNA, which are the molecular machines that turn messenger RNA into proteins.

Sunday, February 18, 2018 - 8:13pm
Students discuss well-being a self care in small groups at a workshop, “Self-Care in Troubling Times: How to Prepare and Building Resiliency," at the LSA Building Friday.

Friday afternoon on the second floor of the LSA Building, a dozen students, faculty members and administrators talked about everyday stress in-between bites of pita bread and hummus from Jerusalem Garden.