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One LSA freshman, who requested to remain anonymous, said he has paid almost $200, and will pay about another $400 in courts costs and up to $1,000 in probation fees.

Students gather to mourn the loss of Zainab Ansari, an 8-year-old who was raped and murdered in Pakistan, during a vigil at the Diag Thursday evening.
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University of Michigan student organization Michigan Pakistanis held a vigil Thursday night to honor Zainab Ansari, an eight-year-old girl who was raped and

Lydia Polgreen, editor-in-chief of news blog HuffPost, discusses her relationship with journalism in her lecture entitled “Who gets to define American Values,” given as part of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium at Rackham Tuesday.
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Lydia Polgreen, editor-in-chief of news blog HuffPost, discussed her relationship with journalism and the way in which her past affects her vision of present-day America in her lecture entitled “Who gets to define American Values,” given as part of the University of Michigan’s 

As bargaining between the University of Michigan’s Lecturers’ Employee Organization and University administration continues regarding wages, per

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As we enter into our new editorial positions at The Michigan Daily, we find ourselves at the crossroads of campus, on the cusp of moments interrogating sexual harassment, racism at the University of Michigan and the intersections of inequity. Getting the news right has never been more important.

When it comes to creating change in the world, Hill Harper, an award-winning actor, best-selling author and philanthropist, says “power is the people.”

University of Michigan Electrical Engineering and Computer Science courses have developed extensive waitlists due to growing enrollment rates, graduate students registering for undergraduate classes, and limited numbers of faculty  — giving students stress about being able to complete their requi

Regent Ron Weiser speaks on current pressing issues worldwide including political tensions and problems regarding the United Nations at Rackham Auditorium Thursday.
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On Thursday evening, over seven hundred delegates, staff members and advisors gathered together in the University of Michigan's Rackham Auditorium for the 31st Model United Nations at the University of Michigan Conference Opening Ceremony.

Steven Salaita, an American author, scholar and activist, speaks about his latest book and the lingering effects of colonization on modern countries at Weiser Tuesday.
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On Tuesday, Steven Salaita, an American author, scholar and activist, spoke about his latest book, "Inter/Nationalism: Decolonizing Native America and Palestine,” and the lingering effects of colonization on modern countries.

Former MSU team physician and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar at the Ingham County Court Friday afternoon.
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Despite calls for her resignation, Michigan State University president Lou Anna Simon will remain in her position, the MSU board of trustees

Michel DeGraff, professor of Linguistics at MIT, presents Martin Luther King Jr's dream through the lens of linguistics and education at the Inaugural MLK Commemorative Lecture in the Michigan League Thursday.
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Professor of linguistics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Michel DeGraff thinks Haiti needs a paradigm shift. 

Michigan State University announced white supremacist Richard Spencer would be permitted to speak at the university on March 5.
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On Thursday afternoon, Michigan State University announced white supremac

Barnard Center for Research on Women Researcher Andrea J. Richtie discusses police brutality towards women of color in Hatcher Thursday
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“What’s the first name that comes to mind when you think of police brutality?” Andrea Ritchie asked a crowd of about fifty people Thursday night during her talk at the Hatcher Graduate

U-M startup May Mobility is putting autonomous driving into practice.
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Ann Arbor startup May Mobility successfully tested their fleet of driverless cars on the streets of Detroit in October, and now plan to expand the testing to Florida and Texas.

Entrepreneur Suneel Gupta presents tips and strategies regarding how to become a successful entrepreneur at the Michigan League Wednesday.
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Central Student Government hosted the kickoff and information session for Innovate, a public service pitch competition, in the Michigan League Wednesday evening with approximately 100 studen

On Monday, University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel announced the University is seeking a new vice president of information and chief information officer.

If you were looking out your window Tuesday night, you may have seen a bright flash light up the night sky at about 8 p.m.

President Mark Schlissel was honored as one of four recipients of the Rainbow PUSH Let Freedom Ring Award at the Cobo Center in Detroit Monday.
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University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel was honored Monday evening as one of four recipients of the Let Freedom Ring Award at the C

Karine Jean-Pierre, a senior advisor and national spokeswoman for MoveOn.org, delivers her talk “We Need Change NOW… Here’s How” as part of the 2018 MLK Symposium at the Michigan Union Monday.
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On Monday, Karine Jean-Pierre, lecturer in international and public affairs at Columbia University, visited the University of Michigan as part of the University’s 2018 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Colleen Fitzgerald, director of the Native American Languages Lab at the University of Texas at Arlington, gives an academic talk on the importance of Native Languages for reclaiming cultural identity at East Hall Friday.
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In the first event of the University of Michigan’s Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.