Community Affairs


An allegation of rape crumbled the facade surrounding University of Michigan professor David Daniels this summer, dubbed by many as one of the best countertenors in the world. The alleged assault, however, is not the only report of Daniels’predatory sexual behavior.


The University of Michigan is offering to meet with several students to hear their concerns regarding the disciplining of American Culture Associate Professor John Cheney-Lippold, who rescinded an offer to write a letter of recommendation for a student’s study abroad program in Israel as pa

Gutiérrez and his son have been seeking asylum in the U.S. for 10 years ever since the journalist received threats from the Mexican military.

On Monday, University of Michigan Knight-Wallace Journalism fellow Emilio Gutiérrez Soto and his son Oscar had an immigration hearing in El Paso, Texas as part of their effo


A University of Michigan student reported being sexually assaulted by her Graduate Student Instructor this summer in June. She filed the report, met with a U-M Title IX investigator and submitted evidence to back up her claim months ago.


Columbus Day, a holiday previously commemorated across the United States that is now partially replaced by Indige

Because of the University’s close relation with WWRA, consistent communication allows the OCS to be notified if a batch is contaminated, and they can subsequently trace the bin back to a certain building or department.

According to Keith Soster, director of Student Engagement at Michigan Dining, Starbucks cups commonly used for coffee and tea specifically contaminate University of Michigan recycling bins most frequently.

Ross Junior Liz Fawley speaks about the complicated culture of the Ross School of Business at Blau Hall.

Defying stereotypes about college students’ preference for loungewear, one can find students sporting suits at any given day at the Ross School of Business Building.

University of Michigan professor John Cheney-Lippold made waves on campus this week from rescinding his offer to write a letter of recommendation for LSA junior Abigail Ingber after realizing she requested the letter to apply to a study abroad program in Israel.

A screenshot of the email exchange that was posted to Facebook Sunday.

University of Michigan professor John Cheney-Lippold is facing claims of anti-Semitism after rescinding his offer to write a recommendation letter for LSA junior Abigail Ingber, who requested the letter for an application for a study abroad program in Israel.

Martese Johnson speaks to The Michigan Daily in the newsroom Thursday.

Four years ago, University of Michigan Law student Martese Johnson, then a junior at the University of Virginia, made headlines across the nation after police officers pinned him to the ground with brute force during an arrest in Charlottesville.