Business senior Jacob Dinhofer works out at the Intramural Sports Building on Wednesday.
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After 17 months of intensive renovations, the Intramural Sports Building reopened Wednesday, two months later than was originally estimated.

The Michigan State House of Representatives passed a series of bills in a 100 to 6 vote last Wednesday aimed at removing the protections that the state’s Freedom of Information Act currently offers to the governor’s office.

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Lt. Kurt Schiappacasse speaks at the Community Education Series held by the Washtenaw County Sheriff's Department on Wednesday night.
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Sheriff Jerry Clayton and other members of the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office spoke in Ypsilanti Wednesday on law enforcement policies regarding the use of force.

Social Work student Lawrielle West leads protestors in a Black Lives Matter march from the Diag to the Michigan League, where a debate was being held by the Michigan Political Union on Tuesday.
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A debate Tuesday night sponsored by The Michigan Political Union came to an abrupt halt after nearly 400 community members and University of Michigan students gathered outside the Michigan League’s Vandenberg Room to call for the inclusion of Black voices.

Students, professors, and advisers discuss racism in the atrium of Angell Hall on Tuesday.
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The University of Michigan’s College of Literature, Science and the Arts hosted a gathering of more than 100 students, professors and advisers promoting solidarity against racism Tuesday night in response to 

Central Student Government convened Tuesday night for their weekly meeting, discussing racially charged posters found on campus earlier in the week and the restru

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The University of Michigan announced Tuesday that effective immediately, students will be able to indicate their preferred gender pronoun on class rosters.

Chelsea Clinton spoke  with students across the country in honor of National Voter Registration Day Tuesday, in a phone conference about the importance of millennial participation in the upcoming presidential elect

According to a recent Michigan Daily poll of a sample of students, support for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on campus is high, at almost 75 percent

For many, keeping a car in Ann Arbor as a student can be difficult, because parking is in such high demand. Maven, a new car sharing company, is hoping to remedy this problem by making it easier for students to get to where they need to go and back affordably and quickly.  

Michigan first lady Sue Snyder will host her second summit on ending campus sexual assault at the University of Michigan this Friday.

The summit, which aims to inform and empower individuals, will take place at the University’s North Campus Research Complex.

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The Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education released their annual college rankings on Tuesday, naming the University of Michigan being ranked the number one public university in the countr

Though the first presidential debate drew wide interest on campus Monday night, that interest may not necessarily have equated to any change

Anne Holton, former Virginia Secretary of Education and wife of Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine, speaks at the Hillary Clinton office in Ann Arbor on Tuesday.
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Anne Holton, former Virginia Secretary of Education and wife of Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine, campaigned for Hillary Clinton Tuesday night in Ann Arbor after events in Detroit and Livonia.

On his path to the Republican presidential nomination, Donald Trump has both built a dedicated base in some parts of the population and noticeably isolated others.

In Rackham Auditorium Tuesday night, about 300 medical and dental students, as well as their family and friends, attended the University of Michigan Anatomical Donations Program’s annual memorial service for those who have donated their bodies to medical research.

On Tuesday at 12:30 a.m., two men entered and robbed an apartment on the 400 block of North Thayer Street, near the School of Nursing. Five residents, who are University of Michigan students, were present, according to a crime alert issued at 6:39 a.m.