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An online petition for the University of Michigan to include student pronouns on class rosters and disclose them to professors has continued to gain traction over recent wee

From organizations focusing on social justice to students who like boxing, Mason Hall was filled with students aiming to raise awareness about what their groups offer the campus community on Monday.

Jim Harbaugh disqualified

Jim Harbaugh won fourth place in the University of Michigan’s 2016 executive Central Student Government election, the same standing he achieved in last year’s election, according to unofficial results released Saturday morning.

In response to recent complaints about the University of Michigan’s cellular coverage, Information and Technology Services is in the process of improving the Wi-Fi in 275 buildings across campus, to make Wi-Fi calling more accessible to students and faculty.

Jim Harbaugh's Twitter account is full of poetry material.

The Daily wondered what a poem constructed solely out of Harbaugh’s tweets might look like.

A petition authored by Wolverines for Preferred Pronouns urging the University of Michigan to allow students to indicate their preferred pronoun to professors is gaining traction. The month-old online letter, addressed to University Provost Martha Pollack and Kedra Ishop, associate vice president for enrollment management, gained more than 50 supporters today.

Central Student Government hopefuls are looking to members of the University of Michigan football team to help them gain student support ahead of campus-wide elections Wednesday and Thursday.

University of Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh took on a new role this weekend — actor.

Snapchat geofilter on Ohio State University campus reads “Trump Loves Michigan, Say No to Trump.”

Harbaugh gives his input on Supreme Court nomination

Amid speculation over who President Barack Obama will nominate to the Supreme Court following the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, as well as controversy over the pick stemming from the Republican Party’s resistance to selecting a nominee before the presidential election, there is no