David Shambaugh, a professor of political science and international affairs at George Washington University, speaks about relations between China and the U.S. at Weill Hall on Thursday.
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The U.S.’s relationship with China, fraught with friction and rising competition, will most likely not improve under President-elect Donald Trump, according to David Shambaugh, a professor of political science and international affairs at George Washington University who spoke at the Ford S

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Yanna Krupnikov speaks about implications of the election at the Institute for Social Research on Wednesday.
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Wednesday, a panel of four political experts, including LSA Dean Andrew Martin, evaluated the role of Latino voters in the 2016 presidential election and the implications of President-elect Donald Trump’s politics.

Pub peddler's pose next to their vehicles in Detroit.
Dan Lindsay

Detroit City Council voted unanimously Tuesday in favor of an ordinance that will allow patrons of “pedal pubs,” or mobile bars on wheels powered by the pedaling of the patrons, to now consume alcohol on board in the city.

Director of the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research Dr. Khalil Shikaki discusses possible changes in policy towards Israel and Palestine under Trump at the Ford School Wednesday evening.
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The future of diplomatic relations between the United States and the Middle East may not be in good hands under President-elect Donald Trump, according to political experts who spoke at the University of Michigan Wednesday.

Dan Gilmartin, executive director and CEO of the Michigan Municipal League, discusses why placemaking is an important economic development strategy in Weill Hall on Wednesday.
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More than 100 people gathered to hear Dan Gilmartin, the executive director and CEO of the nonprofit Michigan Municipal League, speak on urban development strategies at the University of Michigan’s Ford School of Public Policy Wednesday.

LSA Senior David Schafer, Central Student Government president, speak about Giving Blueday during a CSG meeting in the Pierpont East Room Tuesday.
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Central Student Government executives asked CSG members for donations toward CSG’s Leadership Engagement Scholarship at their Tuesday meeting through Giving Blueday, and CSG President David Schafer and CSG Vice President Micah Griggs, LSA seniors, discussed how to encourage more students to


The Michigan Daily recently administered a women’s health survey to 1,000 randomly selected respondents at the University of Michigan campus. There were 147 respondents, with 115 self-identifying as female.

For the majority of refugees coming to the United States, the process of entering the country is long and difficult, especially for those who have experienced trauma and then have to prove it happened to gain asylum.

Amid an ongoing recount of Michigan's vote launched by Jill Stein, the former Green Party presidential nominee, University of Michigan professors and local Democrats are saying they think such efforts are highly unlikely to change the results of the election.

LoftSmart, a New York-based startup seeking to connect college students with off-campus housing, is hoping to make an impact in the Ann Arbor market. 

Students with dietary restrictions know all too well the feeling when they can’t order a meal at a restaurant because it either contains nuts, gluten, dairy, meat or an allergen.

The University of Michigan’s Giving Blueday, a 24-hour fundraising event for student organizations, raised over $5.5 million Tuesday from about 7,000 donors.

Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan announced Monday that the Detroit College Promise scholarship program, a part of the Detroit Public Schools Foundation, will be expanded provide full free tuition in four-year college programs to students who graduate from Detroit Public Schools.

A prototype pop-up eye clinic built out of a shipping container is constructed in Jamaica.
Dan Tish

Instead of thinking outside of the box, University of Michigan architects and doctors are thinking inside of it.

Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein, who came fourth in the national popular vote in the 2016 presidential election, requested a recount in the state of 

Engineering Prof. Richard Rood, who specializes in climate impact, speaks about climate change   at "Addressing Climate Change: US and International Policy for the 21st Century" in the Dana Building Tuesday.
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University of Michigan faculty assessed the potential threats to environmental climate change policy under the administration of President-elect Donald Trump to an audience of about 100 student, faculty and staff Tuesday evening in the Dana Building.