Courtesy of Heart to Heart Healthcare Training.

Heart to Heart Healthcare Training, located in Ypsilanti, offers Certified Nurse Assistant classes, as well as courses in CPR, AED and first aid training.

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LSA freshman Anna Krauss and LSA junior Raivynn Smith talk with a passerby about putting pronouns on class rosters in the Diag on Friday.
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This article is the first part of a larger piece dedicated to the experiences of some transgender individuals.

University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel sent an email out to students regarding the situation surrounding Charlottesville, where white supremacists marched and violently clashed with counter-protesters.

On Thursday night, about 30 Washtenaw County residents gathered at the Ann Arbor District Library to learn about the Ann Arbor Solar Club — a program launched by the city to help streamline the installation of solar pane

Prospective undergraduate students attend an event hosted by the Big House Program at Rackham on Monday
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About 30 prospective minority undergraduate students gathered at Assembly Hall in Rackham Monday afternoon to meet with current University of Michigan students and administrative members to explore the advantages of choosing to study at the University for their undergraduate career.

Last Monday, The New York Times

Ann Arbor mayor Christopher Taylor at a City Council Meeting at Larcom City Hall in May 2017.
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Ann Arbor residents voted Tuesday in the Democratic primary election for City Council.

The Detroit Red Wings condemned a Michigan-based white nationalist group, the Detroit Right Wings, over the use of the hockey team’s logo by the group to propagate their agenda in Virginia this weekend.  

University of Michigan's North Campus
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While many of her future classmates were eager to find fellow students also living in their residence halls at first-year student orientation this past month, LSA freshman Frances Bray was left in the dark.

Sen. Debbie Dingell (D-Mich.) speaks to the audience at a town hall-style forum.
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Nearly 30 entrepreneurs gathered at the Ann Arbor SPARK headquarters on South Division Street to discuss emerging initiatives in the entrepreneurship community in Michigan Tuesday afternoon.

First-year MBA students at the University of Michigan began their new life at the Ross School of Business by taking part in the 2017 Impact Challenge this past week.

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According to a media release from the Ann Arbor Police Department, the AAPD and Detroit field office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation arrested Jimmy Huy Nguyen Tuesday. Nguyen is charged with three counts of criminal sexual conduct in the third degree.

As of Thursday night's meeting — the first after the Democratic primary election, which took place Tuesday — Ann Arbor City Council is now calling upon Governor Rick Snyder to grant a pardon to recently-detained An

According to a media release, Ann Arbor police officers responded to a graffiting incident in the skate park located in Veterans Memorial Park on Friday morning; the graffiting was racially charged and in

The results of an annual survey conducted by the University of California, Los Angeles revealed the political leanings of the University of Michigan’s freshman

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Hundreds gathered in the Diag to protest the white supremacist violence that occurred in Charlottesville, Va. this weekend with government officials denouncing President Donald Trump’s response to the incident.

Ann Arbor mayor Christopher Taylor at a City Council Meeting at Larcom City Hall in May 2017.
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Ann Arbor residents voted Tuesday in the Democratic primary election for City Council.

The University of Michigan Dearborn campus.
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The University of Michigan-Dearborn will offer a new, interdisciplinary master’s program in data science beginning this fall. Through the program, students will aim to analyze and interpret data common in daily life. This data could range from traffic intersections to social media.

A new competition based off of the CBS reality game show “Survivor” is making its way to the University of Michigan campus this fall.