Racist signs posted on campus late Tuesday night.
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On Tuesday night, an alt-right group took credit for placing stickers depicting anti-Semitic imagery and tearing down Black Lives Matter posters.

The group has white supremacist sentiments posted on their Twitter account.

A person in the crowd holds a weed flag during the annual Hash Bash celebration in the Diag.
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In the past three decades, an increasing number of students have been trying marijuana for the first time in college, according to a recent study led by Research Prof. Richard Miech at the University's Institute for Social Research.

Engineering Student Government members hold a meeting in the Union.
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A new Counseling and Psychological Services center, as well as a 3-D printing lab, will come to North Campus soon following a $7,500 grant from Engineering Student Government.

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Members of both the University of Michigan and Ann Arbor communities have come together to oppose the potential deportation of Jose Luis Sanchez-Ronquillo, an undocumented 19-year resident of Ann Arbor and father of two children.

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As of Friday afternoon, the Chez Betty food co-op, located on North Campus, will remain open.

LSA sophomore Maeve Stargardt presents her poster at the UROP Symposium in the Michigan Union on Wednesday.
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Hundreds of student researchers gathered Wednesday afternoon in the Michigan Union for the annual Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program Spring Research Symposium to showcase their work from over the course of

Congresswoman Debbie Dingell (D–Dearborn), alongside grassroots organization Ann Arbor Indivisible, held a town hall-style forum at Ypsilanti High School Tuesday night.
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The event, intended mainly to address healthcare and job growth, consisted of a panel including Dingell, Carrie Rheingans, the Senior Project Manager for the Washtenaw Health Initiative, and Shamar Herron, the Workforce Development Manager for Washtenaw County.

Rackham student Mina Jafari presents her poster at the MICDE symposium on Tuesday.
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The Michigan Institute for Computational Discovery and Engineering hosted its annual symposium Tuesday, showcasing the scientific research of University of Michigan students, faculty and professionals from around the world.

An Ann Arbor police office stands in front of students during the walkout in November.
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University of Michigan student Dyshon Toxey doesn’t smile much anymore. 

Faculty athletics representative Ketra Armstrong and LSA professor Anne Curzan present on the state of student athlete academic performance during the Faculty Senate meeting on Monday.
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The University of Michigan’s Senate Assembly met Monday for the last time this academic year to hear a report from the Academic Performance Committee and discuss various final resolutions.

Graduating LSA seniors Ron Everett, Josh Shifman and Ben Foster are set to transform the trillion-dollar student loan industry with the release of a new website, Remotize, that will provide student borrowers with better interest rates.

The University of Michigan Exercise and Sport Science Initiative recently awarded $800,000 in grants to four University research teams studying the effects that physical activity has on various aspects of health.

Information and Education professor Barry Fishman is named Professor of the Year by the Michigan Association of State Universities.
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Barry Fishman, co-creator of a new gaming web application designed for higher education and University of Michigan professor of Information and Education, was named Michigan Professor of the Year by the Michigan Association of State Universities this past Friday at a luncheon in Lansing.

On April 5, Shri Thanedar, an Ann Arbor entrepreneur and former University of Michigan postdoctoral scholar, filed the necessary paperwork to run for Democratic governor of Michigan in 2018.

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The Chez Betty food co-op, located in the Beyster building on North Campus, has announced it will be closing at the end of April.

Jean-François Palomino during his lecture "Mapping the Great Lakes in the 17th Century" at Hatcher on Tuesday.
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Over 120 Ann Arbor residents gathered in the University of Michigan’s Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library on Tuesday night to listen to Jean-Francois Palomino, an author and cartography expert from the Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec.

Concerned citizens filled Larcom City Hall Monday night as the Ann Arbor City Council voted to authorize the sale of the Library Lot, a piece of real estate across from the downtown Ann Arbor District Library on Fifth Avenue, to Chicago developer Core Spaces.

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The Order of Angell, an elite club of campus leaders at the University of Michigan, released the names of its 116th class to The Michigan Daily on Monday.