December 9, 2021

Sarah Boeke/Daily. Buy this photo.

Fleming Administration Building to be demolished in 2022, administration to be moved to Ruthven Museums Building

Due to deteriorating conditions and “numerous structural and infrastructure problems,” the Fleming Administration Building on Thompson Street will be demolished during the Winter 2022 semester and is expected to be converted into a green space by the time students move back to campus after the summer. The Administrative offices will be relocated to the Alexander G. Ruthven Museums Building on Geddes Avenue. Find out more about how this move could make administrative protests more visible on campus.

Design by Lindsay Farb.

With global rise in omicron cases, Winter study abroad students register for U-M classes as backup

With the recent rise in global COVID-19 cases due to the omicron variant, some U-M students planning to study abroad next semester have registered for Winter 2022 courses in Ann Arbor in case travel restrictions are put into place again. But with ambiguity around the severity of the variant, a lack of communication abroad and concerns over housing should study abroad programs be canceled, many study abroad students are left waiting for the other shoe to drop.

Senior Goodbyes 2021

The end of a calendar year means another group of seniors graduating in Dec. 2021 or May 2022 finish their year-long positions at The Michigan Daily. Read goodbyes and reflections on time in the newsroom from staffers across all sections of The Daily.

Design by Michelle Kim. Buy this photo.

We should appreciate our pets for companionship, not just aesthetic

The Statement 2021 Sex Survey

This year’s Sex Survey from The Statement’s annual Sex Edition uncovers everything from how often Michigan students are having sex to what portion of students are currently using a dating/hookup app. Read more about our findings, like how around 30% of both medical and engineering students reported having 0 sexual partners since entering the University, yet 16.9% of students in the School of Social Work have already had 10 or more sexual partners in college.

Katherine Lee/Daily. Buy this photo.

Let’s unpack that: How and why we talk about sex in college

Katherine Lee/Daily. Buy this photo.

Hookup culture: A case study with expert testimony

The Daily prints once a week on Wednesday’s. Physical copies of The Daily’s print edition with stories about the Big Ten Championship game have been available since yesterday at printstands around Ann Arbor. If you are outside the Ann Arbor area, you can buy a copy of the Dec. 8 print newspaper (see artwork here) and have it shipped to you for $7.

As always, if you enjoy getting daily updates, share this link with others to subscribe!

© 2021 The Michigan Daily. All Rights Reserved.