About 50 attendees packed a room of Washtenaw Community College’s Morris Lawrence Building Wednesday evening for a town hall hosted by state Rep. Adam Zemke (D–Ann Arbor), titled “How to Create a School to Success Continuum: Dismantling the School to Prison Pipeline.”
Three employees from Sava’s restaurant on State Street were physically removed from the property by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement personnel Wednesday morning.
President Donald J.
House lawmakers in Lansing are currently working to halt female genital mutilation in Michigan by implementing a package of legislation that extends beyond solely criminalizing the practice.
As the director of the Law School’s program in Race, Law and History, former chair of the Department of Afroamerican and African Studies and, most recently this winter, her work as a Presidential Bicentennial professor with the landmark Stumbling Blocks exhibit — History Prof. Martha Jones has become somewhat of a stalwart in convening campus around issues of race and social justice.
The Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners pledged support for the county’s immigrant and refugee populations last week, approving three resolutions which provide protections and allocates $145,000 to services for immigrants and undocumented residents.
Thursday’s meeting of the University Board of Regents saw several faculty appointments, including the vice provost of biosciences, and an extension of the Dow Sustainability Fund.
A team of chemists at the University of Michigan have developed a new method to create single-crystalline semiconductor films, a component of nearly all electronic devices.
A University of Michigan faculty member in the School of Art & Design said she was the subject of discrimination based on her gender and status as a spousal hire throughout the process of consideration for promoting her from associate to full professor in 2016.
Wednesday night, four suspects were arrested for committing an aggravated assault at the West Hall Arch at the intersection of South University Avenue and East University Avenue. Three suspects were taken to jail and the fourth was released pending warrant authorization.