Police and students are present during the protest on campus Monday morning.
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At 10:15 in the morning, the C.C. Little bus station was unusually empty.

Michigan first lady Sue Snyder speaks at the sexual assault prevention summit in 2016.
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With a new initiative headed by Michigan first lady Sue Snyder, sexual assault on college campuses is set to face spirited bipartisan activism, as discussed at the third annual sexual assault prevention 

University Council, the body comprising representatives from each student government on campus, convened its biweekly meeting Monday evening in the Michigan Union.

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Recreational marijuana is now closer than ever to becoming permitted by law in Michigan. A ballot petition being circulated by the Coalition to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol is "well past" 250,000 signatures, according to the group's spokesman Josh Hovey.

SAPAC pushed for increased training on consent and bystander intervention as the University amended its own sexual misconduct policy last summer.
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U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos issued new guidelines regarding sexual assault on college campuses Friday, requiring a higher standard of evidence to find a student guilty of sexual assault.

Black Student Union members listen to President Schlissel's comments in the Union Wednesday.
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Over the past year, members of the University of Michigan have both seen and responded to countless acts of hate directed at communities of color and other marginalized groups.

Common Cycle helps repaire student bikes as a part of EarthDay on the Diag Thursday.
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Sustainability on campus is more than the recycling bins you find in Mason Hall. In reality, University of Michigan student organizations, departments and local nonprofits are focusing their efforts on outreach and staying green in a number of ways.

Michigan state Sens. Tonya Schuitmaker, R-Lawton, and Patrick Colbeck, R-Canton, are leading efforts urging Congress to pass immigration legislation aiming to cut funding for sanctuary cities and increase penalties on undocumented immigrants attempting to return to the United States.

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At a school as large as the University of Michigan, it can be hard to keep up with the never-ending, cleverly titled Facebook invitations, the Diag-wide food festivals and your favorite fraternity’s themed late-nights.

Nursing professor Rob Stephenson studies sexual and reproductive health.
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The work and research of Nursing Professor Rob Stephenson is dedicated to the study of sexual and reproductive health. In addition to being a trained epidemiologist and demographer, Stephenson holds a Ph.D.

Rackham student Dana Greene kneels on the Diag in response to racist events around campus and the controversy surrounding NFL free agent Colin Kaepernick on Monday.
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This story has been updated with a statement from E. Royster Harper, President Schlissel and tweets from Central Student Government.

Students came to the University of Michigan earlier this month already excited for Oct. 7’s home football game against Michigan State University. But the buzz really picked up Monday morning when it was officially announced the game would have a 7:30 p.m.

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LSA sophomore Kori Thomas was confronted with two unpleasant surprises one Friday morning in October of her freshman year.

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Fifteen minutes away from its current location on Washtenaw Avenue, ground is breaking on the construction of the new Trotter Multicultural Center.

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On mornings with home football games, collegiate men and women across campus rifle through piles of maize and blue clothing in an attempt to put together the perfect game day outfit.

Revolutionary Youth Alliance, A2/Ypsi, a locally-based organization aiming to fight against imperialism, racism, misogyny and other forms of oppression, held an informational meeting about the effects of gentrification

Ann Arbor residents participate in the Out of the Darkness walk for suicide prevention in Ann Arbor Saturday.
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Approximately 400 Ann Arbor community members embarked in unseasonably warm temperatures to raise awareness for suicide education and prevention by participating in the Out of the Darkness

Each week, The Michigan Daily’s news desk will be publishing a most-read wrap up of the previous week’s most popular articles based on the number of online reads each article received. Here are the five most-read from Sept. 17 to Sept. 23:

The Leadership Engagement Scholarship, approved in January by Central Student Government and designed to provide assistance to students who wish to become more involved on campus but may not have the

A map of campus marking points affected by vandalism.
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The Michigan Daily compiled a list of reports of vandalism on campus and in Ann Arbor from 2016 to the present. Read the article accompanying this timeline here. See the interactive map charting these incidents here