Thousands of protesters marched through Ann Arbor to the Diag to participate in the Women’s March Saturday afternoon, in support of social justice issues such as protection of minorities, LGTBQ communities and women’s rights in light of the inauguration of President Donald Trump.

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Through the University of Michigan is currently embarking upon a series of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion initiatives, the University still ranks low nationall

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The inside of the State Capitol building in Lansing, Michigan.
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With both the United States' House of Representatives and Senate voting t

As a result of a new partnership between the Ross School of Business’s Center for Social Impact in Ann Arbor and the University of Michigan-Flint's Office of University Outreach, the sixth annual

The University of Michigan offers one of the best all-around sports experiences in the country, with Michigan Stadium, Yost Ice Arena and Crisler Center each listed in the “Top 100 Stadium Experiences of 2016,” according to website and magazine “

Author Junor Diaz speaks about his writing and activism at Rackham Auditorium on Wednesday.
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Author and activist Junot Díaz delivered a speech Wednesday afternoon on white supremacy, racialized immigrants and solidarity to about 300 people in Rackham Auditorium as a part of the University of Michigan’s annual symposium in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.

The College of Literature, Science, and the Arts is offering 20 themed courses this semester in honor of the University of Michigan’s bicentennial.
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This semester, in honor of the University of Michigan’s bicentennial, LSA is carrying on its tradition of a themed semester by offering over 20 classes centered around the 200th anniversary of the University.

Celebrating the art of student music and film, 50 students and faculty attended the first Spotlight music and filmmaking competition closing ceremony Wednesday night at Stamps Auditorium.

The Engineering Student Government met in the Union on Wednesday.
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Engineering Student Government started its meeting Wednesday night with community input from David Schafer, president of Central Student Government and an LSA senior, regarding the potential for a more collaborative future between the two respective student governments.

Governor Rick Snyder speaks at the State of the State address at the State Capital on Tuesday.
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LANSING — The tone of Gov. Rick Snyder’s State of the State address was uplifting as he recognized the Michigan’s economic prosperity and pushed for accelerated improvements to infrastructure Tuesday night in Lansing.

Betsy DeVos, the nominee for secretary of the U.S. Department of Education under President-elect Donald Trump, participated in a contentious confirmation hearing on Tuesday evening.

A group of students and faculty signed an open letter that introduced a petition moving to make the University of Michigan a sanctu

After serving the University of Michigan for seven years, Holly Rider-Milkovich, the director of the Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center, announced on Jan. 13 she is stepping down from her position.

According to an email sent by Charlie Houlik Wednesday night to members of the Sigma Kappa sorority living in the chapter house, "up to 30 Fraternity guys have been hospitalized with the Norovirus." The email stated the sorority Kappa Kappa Gamma had closed its doors to any nonresidents, an

Poet and MacArthur Fellow Claudia Rankine talks about racism and her poem, Citizen, at Rackham Auditorium on Monday.
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Central Student Government President David Schafer at a meeting of the group on January 10, 2017.
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The University of Michigan Central Student Government featured on their Facebook page the first five students who were selected to be a part of its new initiative, “200 for 200,” Wednesday morning.

LSA professors Tiya Miles and Martha S. Jones discuss the book Toward an Intellectual History of Black Women at Hatcher Gallery on Wednesday.
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About 50 professors, students, faculty members and members of the Ann Arbor community gathered Wednesday afternoon in the Hatcher Graduate Library to listen to three University of Michigan faculty members discuss the recent publication of “Toward an Intellectual History of Black Women,” a c

Governor Rick Snyder speaks at the Michigan State of the State address on January 17, 2017.
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It is expected that Gov. Rick Snyder will support the state’s Healthy Michigan Plan on Thursday in a U.S. Senate committee discussion.

Michigan residents who have purchased milk or milk products since 2003 may be entitled to up to $20 thanks to a class action settlement.

In a move taken straight out of the “Parks and Recreation” playbook, the Michigan Secretary of State rolled out a cool and hip rap video featuring Secretary of State Ruth Johnson and Roo — a kangaroo — in order