Community Affairs

LSA junior Paige Dotson with her father Russell Dotson, who served in the U.S. Navy for 22 years.

LSA junior Paige Dotson, a child of a U.S. Navy veteran, was only able to afford college because she was eligible for benefits under the Post-9/11 GI Bill as the dependent of a veteran.


Following the 2016 election season, Americans realized the powerful influence of fake news, with the nation 


With the official signing date for Sept. 1 leases looming, many students on campus are searching for places to live. But the housing hunt looks different for transfer students at the University of Michigan.

Alex’s Great State Race will take place at the University of Michigan November 15.

When Atharva Kharkar, former Business sophomore at the University of Michigan, was told he had leukemia last June, he rolled his eyes and said with a smile on his face: “Honestly, life is so dramatic.”


Two University of Michigan reports reveal diverging trends in sexual assault and misconduct on campus, according to numbers from a campus climate

Demonstrators charged with trespassing from the March 15, 2019 Washtenaw County Climate Strike appear in court Monday.

On Monday morning, six demonstrators charged with trespassing from March’s Climate Strike appeared in court for the first time.


Over the past five years, the University of Michigan has made large-scale changes to its sexual misconduct policy.


Following the Daily’s reporting last semester in Broken Record: Student survivor navigates painful reporting process, we sat down with five students who reporte

Former SMTD professor Stephen Shipps recently retired from the University, according to the Office of Public Affairs.


Former School of Music, Theatre & Dance professor Stephen Shipps, who has been accused by multiple former students of sexual harassment and misconduct, retired from the University on Feb. 28, 2019, according to an email to The Daily from University spokeswoman Kim Broekhuizen.


Student activists joke it’s the new Tinder.