Community Affairs

Pedestrians at the Ann Arbor Art Fair in 2019.

Though set to occur July 16-19 this year, the Ann Arbor Art Fair has been canceled due to concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.

Despite previously planning to continue the fair, organizers cited safety concerns in their decision to cancel a tradition that has spanned over 60 years in Ann Arbor.

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The Michigan Daily first became aware of the University of Michigan’s use of non-disclosure and non-disparagement agreements in December 2018 while r

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On March 8, 2010, professor Edward P. St. John was removed from his teaching position in the School of Education. He had 24 hours to notify his students and no means to appeal his removal.

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While Juan Muñoz should be in the final stretch of completing his Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture, the would-be Taubman senior is instead launching a

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For Business junior Dajana Korcari, Instagram is more than just a social outlet.

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The University of Michigan’s plan for its Detroit Center for Innovation, announced in October, has generated mixed responses from the campus community, with

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.

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

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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.”