Members of the Graduate Employees Organization host a sit-in at the Fleming Administration Building on Tuesday.
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Hundreds of protesters crowded the Fleming Administration Building on Tuesday afternoon, chanting, “UM works because we do,” as part of a sit-in organized by the Graduate Employees’ Organization.

Students gather at a vigil for Mosul, Iraq, and Aleppo on the Diag on Tuesday.
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More than 50 University of Michigan students and community members gathered Tuesday night in the Diag as part of a vigil commemorating the deaths of civilians due to a U.S-led coalition of airstrikes in Aleppo, Syria, and Mosul, Iraq.

Sophomore wide receiver Grant Perry runs the ball during a game against Wisconsin on October 1, 2016.
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University of Michigan wide receiver Grant Perry will appear in court on April 13 for a pretrial conference in Lansing for his charges of two misdemeanor counts of

Dr. Heather Thompson, Professor of History, Afroamerican Studies, and African Studies, discusses the Attica Prison Uprising of 1971 in the Duderstadt gallery on Tuesday.
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As part of the 22nd Annual Exhibition of Art by Michigan Prisoners, Heather Thompson, a University of Michigan history professor, discussed the Attica Prison Uprising and its context within today’s mass incarceration, as well as her book “Blood in the Water: The Attica Prison Uprising of 1971 and

A researcher holds a piece of silver alloy film as a transparent electrode that is six inches in diameter.
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A research team in the University of Michigan College of Engineering succeeded in creating a tarnish-proof silver film whose properties allow for various uses such as high-tech screens. The team’s paper, published last Monday, details the film’s versatility.

University of Michigan alum Michael Rubenstone will premiere his first documentary, "On the Sly: In Search of the Family Stone" at the Freep Film Festival April 1 in Detroit.

Ann Arbor Mayor Christopher Taylor oversees the City Council meeting on January 17.
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Ann Arbor might lose access to the funding required to move to the next phase of the building of a new Amtrak station

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In a federal lawsuit settlement, the state of Michigan agreed to finance the city of Flint’s efforts to replace at least 18,000 corrosive water pipelines, according to the 

Education professor Awilda Rodriguez speaks at a panel on minorities in public service held by LSA Student Government in the Union on Monday.
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Monday evening, students and faculty crowded into the Anderson Room of the Michigan Union for a panel discussion about minorities in public service, organized by LSA Student Government, LSA senior Ibtihal Makki and and LSA sophomore Zoha Qureshi.

Public health professor Dr. Victor Stretcher discusses ways to "design a happy life" during his motivational presentation at the Michigan League on Monday.
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The Vandenberg Room of the Michigan League was overflowing Monday night with students waiting to hear Dr.

Dr. Rob Sellers, U-M Vice Provost for Equity & Inclusion and Chief Diversity Officer, speaks at the CSG meeting in the CSG chambers on Tuesday night.
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Tuesday evening, Central Student Government held its last meeting for the 2016-17 school year.

As course-backpacking season begins, University of Michigan students can now use ClassAI, a new web app that uses a model to analyze the chances students have of getting into a class based on the date and time they register.

University of Michigan's in-house management company, Sodexo Management Inc., has been ordered to pay over $4,500 in fines by Michigan's Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs.
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Following of liquor-control violations at the International Champions Cup soccer game played at Michigan Stadium on July 30, 2016, the University of Michigan's in-house mana

Matthias Lehmann, Professor of History at the University of California Irvine, discusses the Jewish Colonization Association and the politics of Jewish philanthropy in the Thayer Building on Tuesday.
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History Prof. Matthias Lehmann, the Teller Family Chair in Jewish History at the University of California at Irvine, visited the University of Michigan Frankel Center for Judaic Studies on Tuesday afternoon to discuss the lesser-known history of Jewish colonization.

University President Mark Schlissel speaks during the Winter Commencement at the Crisler Center in 2015.
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University of Michigan seniors have been expressing their dissatisfaction with the recent commencement announcement as there are no plans for a featured speaker. Many also believe the University is focusing too much on the bicentennial celebration instead of the graduating class of 2017.

Dave Wright, SACUA Vice Chair and University business professor, discusses potential candidates for the SACUA board in the Fleming Administration Building on Monday.
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Marschall Runge, dean of the University of Michigan Medical School and executive vice president for medical affairs, stopped by the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs on Monday to talk about the Medical School and Michigan Medicine and how these institutions can better interact with

The University of Michigan Dance Team, which performs on the sidelines at every home football and basketball game, is adding a new member to its successful squad — a member who will make history.

Hong Lei, the Consul General of China in Chicago, speaks about US-China relations at the Michigan China Forum at the Ross School of Business on Sunday.
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A variety of panelists from Chinese businesses, government and media who aimed to share their insights on the future of economic relations between the United States and China spoke at the 2017 Michigan China Forum, which was held at the Ross School of Business over the weekend as part of the bice

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Wayne State University professor Wassim Tarraf and Albion College professor Patrick McLean spoke at A Line We Can Cross: A Symposium on Immigration Refugees at Hatcher on Saturday.
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On Saturday, The Call For Humanity, a student-led organization founded by LSA sophomore Samir Harake seeks to improve the future of the country by working on global issues, held a

The final fundraising amount of $510,702.86 is revealed at the end of at Victorthon 2017 in the Indoor Track Building on Sunday afternoon.
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As “I Got a Feeling” reverberated throughout the Indoor Track Building Saturday afternoon, hundreds of students and families prepared to stand for 24 hours to raise money for local children with disabilities and illnesses.