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University alumni Patrick Rabban and Chris Asmar came up the idea for their app during their senior year in college. They sought a way to organize quotes and inside jokes from friends, and thus, “Echollection” was born. 

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Before starting his freshman year at the University of Michigan, LSA sophomore Cooper Kirby asked himself if college was truly something he wanted to do. Luckily, he later found a way to balance academics and his interest in fashion, and has just released a new clothing brand this year.

Students participate in the UpRound Conference Saturday at the Ross School of Business.

UpRound, a new University of Michigan student organization for any undergraduate student interested in learning more about venture capitalism, hosted its first annual training and a competition on Saturday.

Harold Levine, a tax lawyer who helped Stephen Ross donate land to the University of Michigan — which led to a $33 million charitable tax deduction and an appe

Panel members Steve Case, JD Vance, Dan Gilbert, and Mary Grove discuss entrepreneurship at the Rise of the Rest Road Trip panel in the Michigan Theatre Wednesday.

AOL founder Steve Case took his nationwide tour “Rise of the Rest” to Ann Arbor Wednesday to bring new attention to startup businesses originating in non-coastal areas of the United States.

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University of Michigan class Facebook pages, meant for academic inquiries, awkward freshman year introductions and wholesome memes are now a front for student football ticket sales.

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While most University of Michigan students spend their gamedays tailgating, Business sophomore Gabi de Coster spends her Saturdays going back home to Grosse Pointe, Mich., to work on crafting scents for her aromatherapy company, MONTA.

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On mornings with home football games, collegiate men and women across campus rifle through piles of maize and blue clothing in an attempt to put together the perfect game day outfit.

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At a school as large as the University of Michigan, it can be hard to keep up with the never-ending, cleverly titled Facebook invitations, the Diag-wide food festivals and your favorite fraternity’s themed late-nights.

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Many professors, researchers and academics administration in the White House have gone on record in resisting President Donald Trump’s administration’s affinity for ultra-right-wing news outlets often reporting unfounded stories.