On the Daily

On the Daily
Snow falls in the Michigan Stadium as Michigan plays Iowa in a game last season.

Students came to the University of Michigan earlier this month already excited for Oct. 7’s home football game against Michigan State University. But the buzz really picked up Monday morning when it was officially announced the game would have a 7:30 p.m.

A new universal-access playground was unveiled at Ann Arbor’s Gallup Park this weekend. Named the Rotary Centennial Playground, the space is open and accessible to all people, regardless of age or ability.


For the 11th consecutive year, the University of Michigan has broken its record of most applications reviewed and processed, with 58,590 applicants seeking admissi

Ann Arbor restaurant BurgerFi shut down abruptly, with only a sign on the door to notify customers. 

An installation at the Heidelberg project in Detroit, Michigan.

Ann Arbor residents and Detroiters alike worked together for the University of Michigan's largest day of service learning this past weekend, as over 900 University students traveled to the city for a series of volunteer projects centered around clean-up and farming. 

Coach Harbaugh wears his Walmart khakis while warming up for the game against Wisconsin on October 1, 2016.

There are many reasons why Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh is famous. His coaching skills, his own football career, his “enthusiasm unknown to mankind.” And of course, his iconic khakis.

Sophomore forward Moritz Wagner touches the court in celebration during a game against Louisville on March 19, 2017.

The road to the Final Four is made in Michigan, as both the men’s and women’s playing surfaces have been built in the small town of Amasa, Mich. since 2005.

President Donald Trump speaks at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, MI in October 2016.

President Donald Trump’s presidency is considered illegitimate by 57 percent of young adults, according to a poll conducted by 


One hundred and seventy University of Michigan Medical School students, all in their senior year, received exciting news on Friday as they learned where they will spend the next part of their journeys to becoming doctors.


Former President Barack Obama and current Gov. Rick Snyder are favoring the Michigan basketball teams in each of their respective NCAA tournament brackets, as Obama predicts the Wolverines will reach the Elite Eight and Snyder believes Michigan will win the National Championship.