Sunday, February 3, 2019 - 2:36pm
Mayor Chris Taylor delivers a grant to the Ann Arbor STEAM School Principal Megan Fenech Saturday.

On Feb. 1, the city of Ann Arbor awarded a $15,000 Sustaining Ann Arbor Together grant to A2 STEAM at Northside Elementary School. The school will use the grant to fund the implementation of a solar curriculum for students in kindergarten through eighth grade to support educational efforts about clean energy and its use.

Thursday, January 31, 2019 - 10:43pm
Arts, Interrupted Logo

With the Oscars right around the corner, Sammy talks with our producers Olive Scott and Livi McKenzie about the awards season. Then, Sammy talks with film writer, Madeleine Gaudin, and the director of the Umich screenwriting program, Jim Burnstein.


Thursday, January 31, 2019 - 5:11pm
Ann Arbor restaurant Seva's recently made Thrillist’s list of the Top 22 Best Vegetarian Restaurants in America.

Earlier this week, local vegetarian restaurant Seva made Thrillist’s list of the Top 22 Best Vegetarian Restaurants in America.

Thrillist is a website based in New York City and founded in 2004 which ranks food, drink, travel and entertainment.

According to Seva manager Colin Leach, this award is due to not just to the “eclectic cuisine,” but also largely in part to the local community’s rallying support.

Wednesday, January 30, 2019 - 8:54pm
Epipen

MDining decided to implement an emergency-use epinepherine program for fall of 2019 after a change in Michigan Legislation in 2015 allowing pharmacists to dispense auto-injectable epinephrine to an authorized entity. 

Wednesday, January 30, 2019 - 6:43pm
Nuclear Nonproliferation

The University of Michigan began spearheading a new $25 million nuclear nonproliferation program earlier this year to further nuclear research and prepare students to join the nuclear security workforce.

Tuesday, January 29, 2019 - 11:03pm
The University of Michigan Division of Public Safety and Security received multiple reports of “suspicious incidents” near the Northwood V townhouses, according to a security bulletin.

The University of Michigan Division of Public Safety and Security received multiple reports of “suspicious incidents” near the Northwood V townhouses, according to a security bulletin.

DPSS reported incidents involved a subject asking for females to approach his car for help with directions. The suspect then made inappropriate comments of sexual nature.

Tuesday, January 29, 2019 - 10:49pm
SHEI Magazine held its annual Work It networking event in the University of Michigan Museum of Art on Tuesday night.

SHEI Magazine held its annual Work It networking event in the University of Michigan Museum of Art on Tuesday night. The event featured a panel of three University alumni currently working in the fashion industry. The panel began with basic questions posed by the SHEI magazine publisher, LSA senior Serena Pergola, focusing on how the three featured women came to work in the fashion industry and the challenges that they face.

The panelists acknowledged the fashion industry is highly competitive, but nonetheless dominated by women.

Tuesday, January 29, 2019 - 10:27pm
Journalist Joe Grimm and local radio host Martin Bandyke invited community members to the Ann Arbor District Library Tuesday evening to discuss Grimm’s “The Faygo Book.”

Journalist Joe Grimm and local radio host Martin Bandyke invited community members to the Ann Arbor District Library Tuesday evening to discuss Grimm’s “The Faygo Book,” a collection of photographs, graphics and stories published in October 2018 that explore the history of local soda pop company Faygo.

Tuesday, January 29, 2019 - 9:37pm
The University of Michigan Division of Public Safety & Security responded to student concerns about a man following two students to class in the Modern Languages Building and inquiring if they were in Hebrew or Judaic studies classes.

The University of Michigan Division of Public Safety & Security responded to student concerns about a man following two students to class in the Modern Languages Building and inquiring if they were in Hebrew or Judaic studies classes. According to DPSS spokeswoman Melissa Overton, the University concluded there is no threat to public safety and it is not being regarded as a hate crime or stalking incident. 

Tuesday, January 29, 2019 - 8:51pm

A polar vortex has hit the University of Michigan this week, bringing some of the lowest temperatures in years to the Midwest. The University announced it will cancel class from Wednesday until 7 a.m. Friday, during which temperatures are expected to be the worst.