September 30, 2021

Looking for a COVID vaccine booster shot? This Ann Arbor location is giving third doses

The Washtenaw County Health Department announced Wednesday that Pfizer’s COVID-19 booster vaccinations are available to high-risk adults who have waited six months since their second dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. The Washtenaw County Health Department will offer expanded drive-through COVID-19 vaccination clinics, and they plan to partner with local organizations. Once confirmed, these will be announced on the County’s COVID-19 vaccine page.

Some parents call on AAPS to mandate COVID-19 vaccination for employees

After the district initially required unvaccinated employees to submit to weekly testing in July, Ann Arbor Public Schools parents are calling on school leaders to mandate COVID-19 vaccination for its employees. Some parents believe that the current vaccine-or-test requirement does not do enough to protect their vulnerable children who are too young to be vaccinated.

Dingell announces legislation to hold colleges accountable for sexual misconduct

U.S. Rep. Debbie Dingell, D-Mich., announced new legislation Tuesday that will hold universities accountable for sexual misconduct investigations. The Title IX Take Responsibility Act will also hold schools legally liable for failing to prevent or correct acts of sexual misconduct if they are assumed to have had knowledge of the allegations.

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Harry Styles’s Love On Tour comes to Detroit

Harry Styles’ Love On Tour in Detroit was a breath of fresh air, despite the masks required by the venue, after two long years without concerts. The music wholly encompassed the space, immersing the listener in an experience far greater than just listening to a song. Styles’s effort to keep the concert light and entertaining reflected well on his skills as a performer, and it will be exciting to see where they take him next.


‘The Wonder Years’ reboot and universality

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