Congresswoman Debbie Dingell discusses the impact of the Affordable Care Act on students in Weill Hall on Tuesday.
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Rep. Debbie Dingell (D–Mich.) accompanied a panel at the University of Michigan Ford School of Public Policy Tuesday night to discuss the impacts of the Affordable Care Act.

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Ann Arbor resident Kathy Griswold speaks about road crossings at a city council meeting on Tuesday.
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City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to postpone an initial vote on an ordinance intended to protect Ann Arbor's undocumented residents, citing a need to tighten exceptions originally provided in the ordinance.

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The Michigan state legislature proposed to lower the state's income tax.
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After bipartisan pressure, the Michigan state legislature modified its initial proposal from one which would completely eliminate the state’s 4.25-percent income tax to one that will gradually lower the tax to 3.9 percent over four years.

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Edouard Perrin, an investigative reporter for Premieres Lignes Television in Paris, discussing investigative journalism and whistleblowing at the journalism colloquium at Rackham on Monday.
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Among the panelists of the University of Michigan Knight-Wallace Fellowship panel held Monday at Rackham Amphitheatre were Bastian Obermayer and Marina Walker Guevara, two journalists who helped break the 

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The University of Michigan is slated to receive an overall 2.5 percent increase in funding — a 2.4 percent increase for UM-Ann Arbor, 3.1 percent for UM-Dearborn and 2.8 percent for UM-Flint — as a part of Gov.

Professor Juan Cole, who specializes in the Middle East and Middle Eastern conflicts, talks about the ongoing conflict in Syria at the League on Monday.
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On Monday evening, History Prof. Juan Cole addressed a group of approximately 30 people about the conflict in Syria at a teach-in discussion in the University of Michigan League hosted by the student organizations Michigan Refugee Assistance Program and Books Not Bombs.

The School of Natural Resources and the Environment is housed in the Dana Building.
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The University of Michigan’s sustainability efforts have recently garnered support and action in four areas outlined in the 2016 University sustainability progress report: climate action, waste prevention, healthy environments

Senate Assembly chair Bill Schultz (far right) speaks with former university president Jim Duderstadt and his wife Anne Duderstadt at the Senate Assembly meeting at Palmer Commons on Monday afternoon.
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Former University President James Duderstadt and Anne Duderstadt, former vice president and secretary of the University and his wife, spoke on their experiences with the University at the Senate Assembly meeting on Monday as part of a bicentennial-themed conversation.

Ann Arbor resident Jeannine Palms cheers during the Ann Arbor Climate March on Saturday afternoon.
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Students and faculty alike ditched their winter coats and flocked outside Saturday to study, work or simply enjoy the sunshine and warm temperatures.

An audience of about 50 Rackham students and community members gathered Friday evening at the Walgreen Drama Center for a panel discussion on the effects of President Donald Trump’s executive order banning travel and immigration from seven different Muslim-majority countries to the United States.

Coach Jim Harbaugh traded in his headset for a microphone Tuesday night to judge the annual Mock Rock charity talent show at the University of Michigan Power Center for the Performing Arts, where more than 200 students and community members came to watch student athletes help raise money for the

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The University of Michigan ranks number one in spending on research, which includes medical research.
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Ranking first in research spending among public universities for seven consecutive years, the University of Michigan's research continues to grow and diversify.

If University of Michigan College of Engineering researchers continue to prototype their innovative work, you might soon be receiving packages from someone other than a mailman — instead, a robotic bird. 

Engineering junior Tania Haddad oversees the meeting in the CSG Chambers on January 31, 2017.
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During Central Student Government’s Tuesday meeting, a resolution to support the creation of a Middle Eastern and North African racial category on University of Michigan documents passed unanimously.

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Last week at a trail leading into Nichols Arboretum, University of Michigan medical student Daniel Nadelman stumbled upon a dead deer.

Author, historian and activist Rebecca Solnit drew a full crowd to Rackham Auditorium on Monday evening in her “Hope and Emergency” lecture as she discussed the importance of maintaining hope in current political climate and of using stories to affect change.

Erin Markey, a performer and University alumnus, performs a protest piece, expressing her displeasure towards President Donald Trump at The Neutral Zone on Monday.
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Pink “pussy hats” lined the seats of Ann Arbor’s local venue Neutral Zone on Monday night where over 100 University of Michigan faculty, students and community members gathered to perform and watch performance-based art and comedy acts in a “Not My President’s Day” rally in opposition to the curr

Audience members at the Ross Positive Links Series meditate at the Ross Colloquium on Monday.
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Self-affirmation and self-awareness are the keys to productivity — or so Julia Lee, Business postdoctoral fellow, thinks. 

The University of Michigan ranks number one in spending on research, which includes medical research.
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Ranking first in research spending among public universities for seven consecutive years, the University of Michigan's research continues to grow and diversify.

The University of Michigan Hillel, the Black Student Union and NOiR fashion runway hosted an open Shabbat dinner Friday evening, followed by a conversation about intersectionality and activism facilitated by Yavilah McCoy, an African-American Jewish activist and educator.