In November 2018, Ann Arbor’s beloved MD Bagel Fragel was forced to close shop. A family-owned business of 25 years that attracted customers through its local vibe and “fragel,” a shop staple consisting of deep fried raisin dough covered in cinnamon sugar, its owners were given two days to move out of their location on Broadway Square after the building was purchased by a company from Toledo.
About 40 people came to Weill Hall Monday to hear Harold Koh, professor of international law at Yale University, speak about his new book “The Trump Administration and International Law.” The talk is the first of a series sponsored by the Ford School of Public Policy’s new Weiser Diplomacy Center.
Beginning Wed., Jan. 23, all University of Michigan student-employees, faculty, staff and sponsored affiliates will be required to use Duo Two-Factor Authentication, a program which verifies one’s identity online through the use of two factors: a password and a second device, such as a smartphone or tablet. The change is an attempt to increase IT security across the University’s Ann Arbor, Dearborn and Flint campuses.
The University will pay Rhonda Faehn, a gymnastics coach with ties to the Nassar scandal, $15,000 for four days of work as part of a provision in Faehn’s contract, according to the Detroit Free Press. She had initially signed a $15,000-per-month contract through May 31, 2019.
A former student who sued the University of Michigan over sexual assault allegations wants the University to give him his bachelor’s degree.
The student, who is identified only as John Doe, was accused of sexual assault by a female student in an incident at a fraternity house in January 2016. Two days after the incident, the woman filed a sexual misconduct complaint with the University, claiming she was too drunk to consent.
On a Monday afternoon in late October, Ann Arbor resident Brian Young and his girlfriend drove up to a house on State Street across the street from Yost Ice Arena. Young had driven by the property a few days prior and noticed a sign that read “Rooms for Rent/No Lease.” He was on the search for a new home and the sign immediately caught his attention.
As part of a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiative to start conversations about diversity within different fields of study, Dialogues on Diversity in Science was held Tuesday evening at the University of Michigan Power Center.
Dialogues on Diversity, a social justice theater company, helped host the event, with executive director Ron Jones asking the audience questions to combat preconceived notions of diversity and privilege.