Tuesday, January 8, 2019 - 6:00pm

Around a corner you might otherwise stroll past on Main Street, there is a set of glass doors between ivory white brick that holds the smallest, most restless Cuban eatery in town. Home to coconut cream milkshakes, community tables, and burgers stacked with eggs, guacamole and fries, Frita Batidos is continuously brimming with culinary enthusiasts from open ‘til close.

Saturday, December 29, 2018 - 5:28pm
David Daniels, Professor in the School of Music, Theatre and Dance at the University of Michigan, filed a counterclaim against Andrew Lipian, a SMTD graduate student who claims Daniels sexually assaulted him.

David Daniels, School of Music, Theatre & Dance professor at the University of Michigan and world-famous countertenor, filed a counterclaim earlier this month against Andrew Lipian, a Music, Theatre & Dance graduate student who claims Daniels sexually assaulted him.  

Sunday, December 16, 2018 - 6:57pm
University Professor Emerita Lynn Conway delivers the commencement address at the 2018 Winter Commencement at Crisler Center Sunday.

Nearly 1,000 University of Michigan undergraduate and graduate students gathered in Crisler Center Sunday afternoon for the winter commencement ceremony. Students in attendance heard from several faculty members as well as Lynn Conway, a University professor emerita, engineer and transgender activist, who delivered the keynote speech. They all emphasized the value of giving back to the community, as well as being able to adapt to changes in one’s life and in the world.

Tuesday, December 11, 2018 - 10:33pm
State Senate considers a bill targeting public employee unions.

The Michigan state Senate could consider a bill this week that would require public sector unions to hold elections in which members vote every two years on whether or not they want to disband. Leadership from the University of Michigan’s lecturers and graduate student unions called the legislation potentially “devastating” to their organizations and others in the state.

Tuesday, December 11, 2018 - 4:19pm
A recent study on the University of Michigan's HAIL scholarship sees improvement in application and attendance rates of low-income students.

In a recently published working paper by the National Bureau of Economic Research, researchers discussed the potential success factors and effects of intervening in the college application process of high-achieving, low-income high school seniors through the University’s High Achieving Involved Leadership, or HAIL, scholarship.

Monday, December 10, 2018 - 10:36pm
Students discuss consent and healthy relationships in the film "Love Actually" after a screening hosted by SAPAC at the CCRB Monday evening.

Love was in the air Tuesday night at the University of Michigan's Central Campus Recreation Building. Approximately 30 students and faculty attended a screening of the 2003 Christmas-themed romantic comedy “Love Actually” followed by a dialogue about consent, healthy relationships and respect.

Monday, December 10, 2018 - 10:17pm
Prop A calls for the city charter to be amended to require the currently public-owned Library Lot to remain in public hands and to be developed into a city park.

On Nov. 6, in conjunction with the midterm elections, Ann Arbor residents voted in favor of Proposal A. Prop A called for the city charter to be amended to require the currently public-owned Library Lot to remain in public hands and to be developed into a city park.

Monday, December 10, 2018 - 8:20pm
The Michigan Daily Class of 2018

Tuesday is the last day of print publication for The Michigan Daily in 2018, and the last paper The Daily's 2018 class will make. Following Daily tradition, below the seniors say goodbye to 420 Maynard and reflect on the impact it has had on them, just as it has on thousands of students for the past 128 years.

Evan Aaron — Senior Photo Editor

I don't normally write things.  But guess if there's a time to kick off my career as a writer, now is definitely the right time.

Monday, December 10, 2018 - 7:10pm
University President Mark Schlissel discusses financial aid for in-state students during the University of Michigan Senate Assembly meeting in the Michigan League Monday afternoon.

The University of Michigan Senate Assembly convened Monday to discuss affordability, equity, sustainability, sexual misconduct and free speech on campus.

Monday, December 10, 2018 - 10:16am

The University of Michigan released revisions to its policies on student sexual misconduct and faculty-student relationships Monday morning. The new regulations place a presumptive ban on relationships between faculty and undergraduate students, and cases in which a graduate student either works in the same department as, or has academic oversight over, an undergraduate student.