More than 1,500 people crammed into the confines of the front yard of the former Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity house on Saturday morning to watch one of the most time-honored fall traditions, for what could be the last time, at the University of Michigan: the 83rd annual Mudbowl.
Author Margaret Atwood walked on stage Friday amid her fervent Ann Arbor fan base while wearing black gloves painted with white bones outlining the skeletal structure of her hands.
Oddly, the creepy style choice seemed to fit.
The captains of the Michigan football team and women’s basketball team, as well as former men’s basketball Fab Five member Jimmy King, were among those present at the first-ever Maizefest Homecoming Pep Rally Friday evening on the Diag.
To kick off homecoming weekend, the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business celebrated the expansion of the Business School with the new $135 million Jeff T.
With the launch of Central Student Government’s new Leadership Engagement Scholarship, student leaders will now be able to ease the financial burden of varying club membership dues and receiv
At Thursday's University of Michigan Board of Regents meeting in Flint, the board discussed the recent growth in research investment and the rise in funding and endowments more generally.
Several University of Michigan regents and chief executives cheered after unanimously approving the creation of a new nursing school to the Flint campus during their annual meeting in Flint Thursday evening.
Students for Choice hosted its 4th annual Abortion Speak Out, a gathering for individuals of the community to share and listen to stories of abortion, Thursday night.
The University of Michigan hosted speakers from the technical, legal and operational sectors of cyber security, to discuss the field’s latest trends and threats for its 12th annual cyber security conference Thursday.
Wednesday afternoon, more than 40 people — the majority from the University of Michigan Romance Language and Literature Department — participated in a demonstration on the Diag as a part of the “Ni Una Menos” movement, with the aim of exposing violence toward women in Latin America and the