Two of the three people suspected to be involved in the December 4th armed robbery in West Quad were arrested on Sunday. The third suspect remains at large.

 

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The classroom, dorm rooms and hallways, or even in passing walking around campus: That’s where University of Michigan students are most likely to fall victim to a bias incident, according to a log of self-reported

Emma Kinery, editor in chief, The Michigan Daily

The Michigan Legislature building in Lansing.
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Each week, The Michigan Daily will be publishing a wrap-up of the most important bills proposed in Michigan Legislature over the past seven days:

Professional sports architecture designer Chloe Siamof discusses her experience networking with other women at the HeForShe Professional Women in Conversation Panel in the League Thursday.
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In partnership with the University of Michigan, the national organization HeForShe, hosted Professi

LSA student Jad Elharake speaks in favor of adding a Middle Eastern/North African identity category on University demographics forms at the Regents' Meeting in the Union Thursday.
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Despite issuing a letter signed by over 715 faculty and staff members, the #WeExist campaign — consisting of students from all three University of Michigan campuses — faced conflicting opinions in response to their request to implement a Middle Eastern/North African identity category to Uni

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The “college tour” of Neo-Nazi and white supremacist Richard Spencer will possibly inc

High school students learn at the Qualcomm Thinkabit Lab, an interactive workshop for high school students interested in STEM careers in Detroit.
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The University of Michigan College of Engineering and Qualcomm Incorporated have partnered to form the Qualcomm Thinkabit Lab, an interactive workshop for high school students to learn about STEM careers and experience a hands-on learning experience.

Earlier this week, Ann Arbor City Council introduced its 2018 deer management plan to the public. The city aims to eliminate up to 250 deer from Jan. 8 to Jan. 31 in the third year of its four-year deer management program.

During its weekly meeting, Central Student Government proposed resolutions to compensate its assembly members financially and to create a student Regent that would serve on the University of Michigan’s Board of Regents. 

Mosher-Jordan Dining Hall was closed Monday morning, announced via the MDining twitter account at 3:47 A.M.

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Construction workers make last-minute changes to the front door of the newly renovated State Street Theatre.
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Hours before the State Theatre opened Friday afternoon after a year-long renovation, construction workers made last minute adjustments to the double door entryway and cut holes into red sheet metal beneath the neon marquee on State Street.

Tiya Miles, Distinguished author AND professor of American Culture and Afroamerican & African Studies, gives a lecture at her book launch in the Rackham Amphitheatre Friday.
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Distinguished author Tiya Miles, professor of American Culture and Afroamerican & African Studies spoke at the Rackham auditorium Friday to discuss her new book on racial history in the city of Detroit. 

Read the Michigan Daily's wrap-up of the week's top stories below.
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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 Dec. 3 to Dec. 9:

University President Mark Schlissel gives opening remarks at the Regents' Meeting in the Union Thursday.
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White supremacist Richard Spencer and lawyer Kyle Bristow are pressuring the University of Michigan to find a date and “reasonable location on campus" for Spencer's potential speech on campus by Jan. 15, Martin Luther King Jr.

Multiple student organizations are boycotting the Office of Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs’ search for a new associate director after members of the Latino community asked for stake in the hiring process and were not given an opportunity to.

Native American Studies students and faculty submitted a request to University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel’s office Wednesday to inve