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Sabra Briere (D–Ward 1) officially resigned from Ann Arbor City Council at Monday evening’s council meeting. The vacancy was immediately filled by Jason Frenzel, who will now serve the remaining year of Briere’s two-year term. Frenzel worked for the city of Ann Arbor from 2001 to 2011 as the Volunteer Outreach coordinator […]
About 150 students gathered in the Pendleton Room of the Michigan Union Monday night for a mental health speak out sponsored by all four councils of the University of Michigan Greek life. During the event, students shared personal stories regarding mental health and discussed how to manage stress during finals week. Students who did not […]
Unlike last year’s offensive blitzkrieg against the Musketeers, the Wolverines uncharacteristically struggled to sink their shots.
In his first year as a starter, Wilton Speight finished the regular season with 2,375 passing yards and 17 touchdowns against six interceptions.
On Nov. 23, President-elect Donald Trump officially announced his nomination for secretary of education, Betsy DeVos, sparking fierce criticisms from proponents of public education — including residents of Michigan, where the issue of public education is in need of so much attention. During her time as chairwoman of the Michigan Republican Party, DeVos fiercely championed the […]
As devastated as the Wolverines may have been after the weekend, Wisconsin will still travel to Ann Arbor this weekend.
Scott Stonington, assistant professor of anthropology and internal medicine physician, explored a Thai physician’s claim that chronic pain doesn’t exist in Thailand during his lecture, “Toward Anti-Ontology: The Unmaking of Chronic Pain in Thailand” Monday afternoon. While conducting fieldwork in Thailand, Stonington said he learned through a conversation with this physician that “there is […]
After a standout redshirt freshman campaign, Peppers surged to the forefront of the college football world as a redshirt sophomore.