Nicholas Fadanelli and Ryan Gillcrist were elected for respective president and vice president positions for LSA Student Government on Friday.
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Results to the LSA Student Government election were released Friday afternoon, formally announcing LSA junior Nicholas Fadanelli as president, and LSA junior Ryan Gillcrist as vice president. A total of 13 candidates ran for 13 LSA representative positions, and they were all elected.

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Nancy Wang, a clinical assistant professor of law, speaks at a town hall meeting at the School of Social Work on Thursday.
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More than 100 community members gathered in a room Thursday night at the University of Michigan School of Social Work to attend one in a series of town halls organized by two grassroots organizations aiming to end gerrymandering, Voter

The executive board for the Stonewall Democrats poses before their Coming Out Speak Out event at the League on Thursday.
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Over 80 students and community members came together Thursday night in the Michigan League to share and listen to anonymous and personal experiences of individuals coming out with their sexuality at the Stonewall Democrats event “Coming Out Speak Out.”

Sophomore forward Moritz Wagner touches the court in celebration during a game against Louisville on March 19, 2017.
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The road to the Final Four is made in Michigan, as both the men’s and women’s playing surfaces have been built in the small town of Amasa, Mich. since 2005.

Phil Klay, a writer and former Marine, participates in a panel on the intersection of national security and human rights in Weill Hall on Wednesday.
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John Dudley Hutson, a former U.S. Navy officer and judge advocate general of the Navy, joined author and former Marine Phil Klay as well as former Army officer Ian Fishback Wednesday evening on a panel in the Ford School of Public Policy.

A police car stops in the Diag after chasing a suspect through the Diag on March 16.
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Ann Arbor resident Dayna Bosley, who was chased last Thursday across the Diag by the Ann Arbor Police Department, has been charged for unarmed robbery and resisting arrest, according to o

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The University of Michigan’s discovery of gut bacteria in ill lungs has been entered into STAT Madness, a contest inspired by the NCAA’s March Madness tournament and run by STAT health news, aimed at finding the best innovations in science an

Knight-Wallace journalists Bastian Obermayer and Laurent Richard discuss security concerns related to investigative journalism in the League on Wednesday.
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Two Knight-Wallace Fellows, Bastian Obermayer and Laurent Richard, presented Wednesday evening on a panel titled “Privacy and Security Challenges in Investigative Journalism.” Law Prof. Gautam Hans facilitated the event, which was part of the Dissonance speaker series.

American-Israeli former basketball player Tal Brody speaks at Hillel on Tuesday.
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About 20 students and community members gathered Tuesday night in the Green Auditorium at Hillel to watch the documentary “On the Map,” which details the story of Tal Brody and the Maccabi Tel Aviv basketball team that beat t

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To celebrate and reflect on the University of Michigan’s bicentennialM-BARC, the Michigan Bicentennial Archive, is designing

Panelists speak at a symposium on violent interactions and police brutality at the School of Public Health on Thursday.
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Dr. Brian Williams, a trauma surgeon and associate professor of surgery at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, spoke at the University of Michigan’s Public Health Symposium on violent interactions between law enforcement and Black Americans Thursday night.

Gov. Rick Snyder at the State of the State address at the State Capitol on January 17, 2017.
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In a series of letters to Michigan's Congressional representatives, Gov.

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Mark Schlissel, president of the University of Michigan, emphasized the importance of international students and the global economy in a Detroit News editorial co-authored with

“Hush,” the 10th Annual Spring Monologue Show presented by Yoni Ki Baat was a performance, directed by LSA senior Irene Syriac, aimed to challenge stereotypes and address cultural taboos faced by South Asian women and other women of color held. 

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Karthik Duraisamy, an assistant professor in the Aerospace Engineering Department and his team received a $4.2 million grant from the U.S.

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Wolvereaders, a student-run organization from the University of Michigan Community Scholars Program, brought Detroit Tigers mascot Paws to Ypsilanti’s Estabrook Elementary School Wednesday morning for a March is Reading Month event.

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President Donald Trump’s budget proposal suggests downsizing the Department of Education by 13 percent, or $9 billion, and eliminates multiple grants, including Pel

Timothy McKay, an Arthur F. Professor of Physics, speaks about supporting students in an information age at Rackham Auditorium on Tuesday.
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LSA Prof. Tim McKay, the director of the Digital Innovation Greenhouse, gave the keynote speech Tuesday afternoon at the Depression on College Campuses Conference at Rackham Auditorium.

The Ann Arbor City Council is set to vote on a new highrise downtown.
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City Council will be voting on a $10 million contract with Chicago-based real-estate firm Core Spaces during its April 17 meeting, Councilmember Zachary Ackerman (D–Ward 3) confirmed.

Brittney Williams, School of Social Work Representative, votes on her proposed resolution to improve UHS help to Medicaid students in the CSG Chambers on Tuesday.
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A new resolution aiming to expand access of Medicaid benefits to the University Health System services took the Central Student Government floor at Tuesday night's meeting.