DETROIT— Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton returned to Detroit Monday where she addressed thousands at a Service Employees International Union convention at the Cobo Center.
A panel of political scientists from the University of Michigan and Duke University gathered at the University's Institute for Social Research on Thursday to discuss the rise of presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump.
Outside Gov. Rick Snyder’s private Ann Arbor apartment Wednesday evening, protesters gathered to beat the drum for the embattled Michigan governor’s resignation over his handling of the ongoing water crisis in Flint.
Patricia D. Hurn and D. Scott DeRue were appointed as the new deans to the School of Nursing and the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, respectively, at the University of Michigan’s Board of Regents meeting held Thursday afternoon in downtown Grand Rapids.
In a lengthy and — at times contentious — six-hour meeting Monday night, the Ann Arbor City Council amended and passed its $370 million budget for the 2017 fiscal year.
The Positive Business Conference, hosted by the Ross School of Business this past week, brought industry leaders, faculty experts and students together to discuss the influence of business on social issues.
During Tuesday's Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs meeting, members discussed various new initiatives proposed in last week's meeting, including measures to increase transparency through document sharing, expansion of the Senate Assembly and increased interactions with the Board of Regents.
The president’s visit came in response to a letter written by 8-year-old Flint resident Mari Copeny, also known as “Little Miss Flint,” for her work raising awareness of her community’s plight. Copeny requested to meet Obama while she was visiting Washington D.C. to attend a congressional hearing on the water crisis in April. Obama instead answered her letter by announcing last week that he would travel to Flint to meet with city residents and local and state leaders.