Sunday, March 26, 2017 - 6:23pm
Hundreds marched from the Federal Building to the Diag in the Immigrant's March in Ann Arbor on Saturday.

Hundreds of protesters braved the rain on Saturday to gather outside the Federal Building in Ann Arbor and march for immigrants’ rights in light of President Donald Trump’s latest travel ban, which was blocked by federal judges in Hawaii and

Sunday, March 26, 2017 - 1:23pm
Wayne State University professor Wassim Tarraf and Albion College professor Patrick McLean spoke at A Line We Can Cross: A Symposium on Immigration Refugees at Hatcher on Saturday.

On Saturday, The Call For Humanity, a student-led organization founded by LSA sophomore Samir Harake seeks to improve the future of the country by working on global issues, held a symposium discussing the current immigration and refugee situation in the United States. 

Friday, March 24, 2017 - 9:38pm

LSA junior Anushka Sarkar and Public Policy junior Nadine Jawad will serve as the 2017-18 Central Student Government president and vice president, respectively, according to election results released early Saturday morning.

Thursday, March 23, 2017 - 10:12pm
Panelists speak at a symposium on violent interactions and police brutality at the School of Public Health on Thursday.

Dr. Brian Williams, a trauma surgeon and associate professor of surgery at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, spoke at the University of Michigan’s Public Health Symposium on violent interactions between law enforcement and Black Americans Thursday night.

Thursday, March 23, 2017 - 9:58pm
Nancy Wang, a clinical assistant professor of law, speaks at a town hall meeting at the School of Social Work on Thursday.

More than 100 community members gathered in a room Thursday night at the University of Michigan School of Social Work to attend one in a series of town halls organized by two grassroots organizations aiming to end gerrymandering, Voters Not Politicians and Count MI Vote.

Wednesday, March 22, 2017 - 8:49pm
Phil Klay, a writer and former Marine, participates in a panel on the intersection of national security and human rights in Weill Hall on Wednesday.

John Dudley Hutson, a former U.S. Navy officer and judge advocate general of the Navy, joined author and former Marine Phil Klay as well as former Army officer Ian Fishback Wednesday evening on a panel in the Ford School of Public Policy. The panel, part of Ford’s Policy Talk series, aimed to confront ambiguities created by the intersection of national security and human rights. The discussion was moderated by Hardy Vieux, the legal director at Human Rights First and the Ford School Towsley Foundation policymaker in residence.

Wednesday, March 22, 2017 - 7:33pm
Public Policy junior Nadine Jawad, Central Student Government vice-presidential candidate, debates campus issues in the Student Publications Building on Monday.

With just hours remaining before polls opened for the 2017-18 Central Student Government elections Tuesday evening, Public Policy junior Nadine Jawad, the eMerge vice-presidential candidate who currently serves as an executive policy adviser, made a final proposal to the current assembly. Jawad introduced a resolution encouraging University of Michigan Housing to integrate voter registration into required first-year student events, an idea outlined in the party’s platform.

Wednesday, March 22, 2017 - 7:27pm
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Karthik Duraisamy, an assistant professor in the Aerospace Engineering Department and his team received a $4.2 million grant from the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratories and the Air Force Office of Scientific Research to investigate computational simulations related to rocket engine safety. 

Wednesday, March 22, 2017 - 3:46pm
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The University of Michigan’s discovery of gut bacteria in ill lungs has been entered into STAT Madness, a contest inspired by the NCAA’s March Madness tournament and run by STAT health news, aimed at finding the best innovations in science and medicine.

A research team lead by Dr. Robert Dickson of the University’s Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine discovered an increase in the severity of a patient's illness was coupled with an increase in the amount of gut bacteria in the place of regular lung bacteria.

Tuesday, March 21, 2017 - 9:30pm

Hosted by the Ford School of Public Policy and the National Poverty Center, a research center within the school, an event surrounding issues of race, poverty and housing in American cities was held Tuesday night in Rackham Ampitheatre and consisted of a discussion between Matthew Desmond and Alex Kotlowitz about their work within the context of the nationwide affordable-housing crisis.

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