125th Anniversary

A crowd greets leaders of the Black Action Movement as they announce the Regents' decision to accept the goal of ten percent Black enrollment and employment on April 1, 1970.

1817: At Fort Meigs, Ohio: A treaty is reached between Michigan’s Territorial Governor, Lewis Cass, and Native American Tribes (Ottawa, Chippewa and Potawatomy).

In the time I’ve been on the Daily’s Opinion staff, I’ve noticed something: This campus has a lot of opinions and no shortage of people who want to share them.

The relationship between Americans, newspapers and editorial freedom is a tangled mess of a story, with blood and ink dripping slowly down its winding pages.

In the past 25 years, The Michigan Daily has cut its print paper down from more than 12 pages to eight, adopted a more digital-focused platform, started a weekly news magazine and created several smaller online blogs to add in extra digital content.

In 1972, the United States passed Title IX of the Education Amendment Act.

Throughout the past 125 years, both Michigan sports and the Daily have been overcome by change.

Schefter is now an ESPN NFL Insider who appears on numerous NFL shows on the network, in addition to frequently contributing to ESPN.com and ESPN Radio.