Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT)
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PHILADELPHIA — Amid leaked DNC emails and fears of a divided party, Sen. Bernie Sanders’ supporters ignited protests throughout Philadelphia during the Democratic National Convention this week. Additionally, many delegates at the convention came in protest with taped mouths and rampant booing of various speakers who praised presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

Portrait of Henriette Ivey
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Henrietta Ivey — a native Michigan healthcare worker —will speak at the Democratic National Convention next Thursday in Philadelphia.

A map of the 57th annual Art Fair
Mariah Gardziola

The 57th Ann Arbor Street Art Fair will — for the first time ever — last throughout the entire weekend, hopefully drawing new crowds of spectators and artists.

CLEVELAND — Amidst national media coverage of Sen.

Contrary to this claim, a June NBC News|SurveyMonkey Weekly Election Tracking poll shows Trump and presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton virtually tied in support from independents, with Clinton receiving nearly 90 percent of her party’s support.

CLEVELAND — The Michigan delegation presented a united front behind Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump despite brief confusion during roll call, in which Michigan abstained from the vote Tuesday at the Republican National Convention. 

Protesters stand on the sidewalks outside the Union during the Black Lives Matter protest on Wednesday.
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More than 500 people gathered Wednesday at the Michigan Union to march through downtown Ann Arbor in protest of police brutality.

All University of Michigan-affiliated personnel in Turkey are safe and accounted for as of Saturday morning, according to the University’s Public Affairs Office.

LSA seniors Asthma Ali and Sarah Raoof have a moment of silence to commemorate the hundreds of lives lost in the recent attacks in Karrada Baghdad at the Vigil for Iraq at the Diag on Friday.
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More than 100 students and community members attended a vigil Friday night on the Diag to mourn the losses of the more than 290 people killed in the July 3 bombing of a shopping center in Baghdad, Iraq's capital city. Many of the people at the shopping center were shopping for Eid al-Fitr, a major Muslim holiday and the conclusion to a month of fasting.

University of Michigan students and Ann Arbor residents, like the rest of the world, are working hard to catch ’em all.

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City Councilmember Sumi Kailasapathy (D–Ward 1) faces two different challengers — Jason Frenzel and Will Leaf — in next week’s Democratic primary for City Council elections. 

Editor's Note: The print edition of this article referred innacurately referred to Leeser and Warpehoski as residing in Ward 3. The two candidates are Ward 5 residents.

The University of Michigan School of Public Health has been named as one of the institutions to participate in the Data and Research Support Center, a program funded by the N

The 10th annual Chang Lecture on Art and Medicine took place Thursday evening at the Ford Amphitheater at the University of Michigan Medical School.

Presumptive democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton announced Senator Tim Kaine as her vice presidential running mate last night. Kaine, who was elected to the Senate in 2012, represents Virgina — a predicted swing state during the election this November.

Due to its innovative and environmentally-friendly infrastructure and design, the new School of Nursing building has been granted Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Gold Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council, the second-highest level of certification from the council.

CLEVELAND — Amidst national media coverage of Sen.

The 10th annual Chang Lecture on Art and Medicine took place Thursday evening at the Ford Amphitheater at the University of Michigan Medical School.

University of Michigan Regent Mark Bernstein (D) formally withdrew his $3 million dollar donation he offered in April to help construct the new multicultral center on State Street at the final summer regent's meeting — Bernstein's first as chairman of the board.