September 20, 2021
A Target location officially opened at 231 S. State Street in downtown Ann Arbor Tuesday, the former location of an Urban Outfitters. University of Michigan students have previously raised concerns about the lack of a more affordable grocery store within a walkable distance to campus. This Target will offer students a walkable and convenient grocery option.
The Michigan Republican Party — chaired by University of Michigan regent Ron Weiser — filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Western District on Monday in an attempt to block Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s exemption from traditional campaign donation limits, a practice which has already allowed her to raise record amounts for her expected re-election campaign in 2022.
Ann Arbor City Council conducted public interviews with Interim City Administrator candidates Peter Burchard and Milton Dohoney on Tuesday evening. The city is looking to fill the position temporarily while they prepare a recruitment process to find a permanent City Administrator. Previous City Administrator Tom Crawford stepped down following a council vote on July 20 to terminate his employment due to allegations that Crawford made multiple racially insensitive comments, referred to gender-based stereotyping and cautioned against hiring minorities.
Yes, I am a victim of Dr. Robert Anderson along with hundreds, if not thousands, of other former U-M students. I have long been consumed by the why: Why did this happen to me? Why didn’t I say anything? Why did no one take the allegations seriously? Why didn’t the University protect me? Was I easy prey? Was I weak? Was I expendable?
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