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.
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.
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, 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.
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.