In an interview with the Daily earlier this month, University President Mark Schlissel said the lengthy revision process, which included various town-hall style meetings to gain student input and a sexual misconduct survey, was necessary to address student concerns.

Graduate Student Britany Moore raised concerns regarding tuition rates and the lack of scholarships at Michigan universities in the Michigan League on Monday.

Mary Sue Coleman, University of Michigan president emerita, returned to campus Monday night to discuss accessibility in public higher education alongside current University President Mark Schlissel.

Former factory worker Noi Suparli and her translator Tao Hattirat speak at the United Students Against Sweatshops meeting in Mason Hall on Monday.

At a speak-out Monday, Noi Supalai, former union president and garment worker from Bangkok, Thailand, addressed a group of students to share her experience as an employee at a Thai factory where she produced Nike apparel.

The new policy, renamed the University of Michigan Policy and Procedures on Student Sexual and Gender-based Misconduct and Other Forms of Interpersonal Violence, will be officially updated and available to the public on April 6.

At Thursday’s University of Michigan Board of Regents meeting held on UM-Dearborn’s campus, LSA senior Cooper Charlton, Central Student Government president, addressed the Board with a report heavily focused on the need for more mental health resources for students.

University president Mark Schlissel speaks at the regents meeting at the University of Michigan Dearborn campus Thursday.

During their meeting at the University of Michigan’s Dearborn campus Thursday, the University of Michigan’s Board of Regents discussed renovations to Bursley Hall Dining Facility, a new transit center and the appointment of a new interim chief officer at the medical school.

At their meeting Thursday, which will be held at University of Michigan-Dearborn’s campus, the University's Board of Regents will discuss a wide range of topics, including Bursley Dining Hall renovations, as well as hear updates from Central Student Government updates and faculty governance requests.

The man named an “Honorary Knight of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire” by Queen Elizabeth the II in 2014 may also be honored at this year’s University of Michigan Spring Commencement ceremony.

The University of Michigan’s Board of Regents has released its agenda for its February meeting this Thursday in the Michigan Union.

Warde Manuel will defer to Red Berenson's input on the future of the Michigan hockey program.

Manuel made it clear that Berenson’s future is up to Berenson alone. But when Berenson does decide to move on, Manuel will seek his input on the next head coach.