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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.

Roasting Plant Coffee opened on Sunday at the new State Street location.

Roasting Plant, a trendy new coffee shop that originated in New York City’s Upper East Side, has just opened its first location in Ann Arbor. The new store, located at 312 S. State St., opened its doors for the first time on Sunday and has been bustling ever since.

Last Thursday, Amazon announced its plan to build a second headquarters somewhere in North America, and released a request for proposal for interested citi

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LSA senior Natalie Andrasko has worked hard to help University of Michigan students apply their unique language skills to a good cause in Washtenaw County. 

Ulrich’s, a beloved bookstore that has served the Ann Arbor community and University of Michigan students since 1934, has recently moved to a temporary location at 610 Church St. while renovations are being finalized for their new 1200 S. University Ave. location.

Pancheros has a back-to-school deal on September 12th.

Pancheros will kick off the new school year with a promotion aimed at lessening the stress of classes. On Sept. 12 from 2-4 p.m. the restaurant will be offering one-dollar burritos for students to enjoy.

Underground Printing has two locations in Ann Arbor, founded by former University of Michigan students.

What first started as a simple, local business venture was shut down when fears of customer disapproval became priority.

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Just in time for tailgate season, a new product has arrived at the University of Michigan’s campus: the Bois. The Bois is a luxury bottle-opening wallet — founders Ken Kernen and Philip Ruffini call it the first of its kind.