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Natural-foods store Better Health is relocating from its East Stadium Street location to Washtenaw Avenue, where it will rebrand itself as Better Health Market and Café.

Natural-foods store Better Health is relocating from its East Stadium Street location to Washtenaw Avenue, where it will rebrand itself as Better Health Market and Café.

 Business sophomores Raymond Sukanto and Victor Mahdavi created a music queuing app called UpNext to assist fellow music-minded students on their nights out.

Less than six months ago, Business sophomores Raymond Sukanto and Victor Mahdavi bonded over a frustration many University of Michigan students have at parties — feeling helpless over a bad music playlist.

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Less than two weeks after the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., more than a

A Bevi machine, which offers students the choice of either still or sparkling water with four different flavor options will be installed in the South Quad dining hall on Feb. 26, as part of a two-month trial period.

Lindsay Haas, an MDining Culinary and Nutrition Support Specialist, met with University of Michigan students last year to listen to their concerns over the lack of healthy beverage options at the residential dining halls.

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On Feb. 12, Detroit workers left their jobs and gathered in Martin Luther King Jr.

LSA Senior Sahr Yazdani, Alumn Sidra Kader, Ross Senior Shaheda Islam and LSA Senior Nazmun Nahar model at the Seek Refuge Launch Party at the Michigan League Tuesday.

Dozens filed in and out of Seek Refuge’s first clothing line launch party held in the Michigan League’s Hussey Room on Tuesday evening. Seek Refuge is an organization, founded by Dearborn native Shazia Ijaz, committed to bringing awareness to aid refugees, empower women and represent Muslims thro

A representative of Procter & Gamble Co. visited the University of Michigan on Jan. 22 to lecture Ross School of Business students on marketing tactics and its role as part of the Tide brand.

A representative of Procter & Gamble Co. visited the University of Michigan on Jan. 22 to lecture Ross School of Business students on marketing tactics and its role as part of the Tide brand.

Dean of Ross Scott DeRue, speaks at RossTalks at the Ross School of Business Thursday.

While Scott DeRue, dean of Ross School of Business, has flown across the globe to host alumni gatherings known as “Ross Talks,” on Thursday night he only had to take the elevator to the sixth floor of the Ross School of Business.

Lyft teamed up with the Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center to promote Better Bystander Month in November 2017.

Through their Community Grant Program initiated on Jan. 24, rideshare company Lyft is supplying $1000 in ride credit to nonprofits and student organizations in the Ann Arbor and Detroit area.

CITYROW – a rowing fitness boutique founded by Knapp – will open its third location in Ann Arbor at 401 E. Liberty this spring.

After discovering she had three herniated disks at age 27, University of Michigan alum Helaine Knapp was determined to find an effective, low-impact workout.