On the Daily

On the Daily

Emotions ran high Saturday night among the University of Michigan’s fraternities. Cheers were shouted, blood was spilled and rivalries were ignited — all before the night’s festivities even began. 

More than 400 party-goers and volunteers danced the night away this Friday during the Night to Shine special needs prom at Ann Arbor’s 2|42 Community Church. 

Michigan's capitol building in Lansing.

The University of Michigan isn’t the only one celebrating a milestone birthday this year: The state of Michigan also marked the 180th anniversary of its admission to the United States on Thursday.

On Monday, the 660-square-foot Michigan Solar House (MiSo) will be moved to Evart, Mich., in Osceola County.

The University of Michigan offers one of the best all-around sports experiences in the country, with Michigan Stadium, Yost Ice Arena and Crisler Center each listed in the “Top 100 Stadium Experiences of 2016,” according to website and magazine “

Chance the Rapper announced last week he would be partnering with the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People to hold voter registration drives at the U.S. tour stops of his Magnificent Coloring World Tour, including during his stop in Michigan.

The fall’s first M Farmers Market took place Thursday between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Ingalls Mall.

As part of an almost $3 million grant from the National Science Foundation, Nancy Love, University of Michigan professor of civil and environmental engineering, and her team of researchers will be installing special waterless urinals and “source-separating” flush toilets in the G.G.

Art & Design students put the final touches on their geodesic dome –constructed out of issues of The Michigan Daily – in the Slusser gallery  at the Arts & Architecture Building on Monday.

Monday morning in the courtyard of the Art and Architecture Building, Art & Design Prof.