The University of Michigan has accepted an invitation to collaborate with the city of Detroit in building the Detroit Center for Innovation, it announce

Detroit community members meet for a cookout and to discuss the new school on Marygrove College’s campus, which comes out of a partnership between the University of Michigan and the Detroit Public Schools Community District.

The University of Michigan School of Education is partnering with the Detroit Public Schools Community District to open a new high school located on the Marygrove College campus.


Ten presidential candidates addressed African American voters at the 110th National Association for the Advancement of Colored People National Convention on Wednesday morning at the Cobo Center in Detroit. 

Romarilyn Ralston, black feminist activist, scholar, and formerly incarcerated individual discuses prison system reform at Wayne State University’s Spencer Patrich Auditorium on Friday.

On Friday, July 12, approximately 80 prison system reform activist gathered in Wayne State University’s Spencer Partrich Auditorium for a keynote address and panel discussion about prison system reform.

"Detroit Square" is the winning project in this years DIA Plaza/Midtown Cultural Connections international design competition.

Over the past two years, the DIA Plaza/Midtown Cultural Connections international design competition accepted project proposals that could transform the Midtown district of Detroit.

U.S. Representative Rashida Tlaib speaks about LGBTQ rights at the Creating Change Conference in the Detroit Marriott Renaissance Center Saturday afternoon.

The 31st annual Creating Change Conference, the nation’s largest LGBTQ conference, held Jan. 23-27, brought activists together from across the country to discuss freedom, justice and equality for the LGBTQ community.

The Detroit Red Wings condemned a Michigan-based white nationalist group, the Detroit Right Wings, over the use of the hockey team’s logo by the group to propagate their agenda in Virginia this weekend.  

A woman stands next to a fallen house in Detroit in July of 1967.

Erin McBrien remembers Detroit as quiet for most of the summer of 1967. Her father’s position as a police officer required the family live within the city’s confines.

Two University of Michigan professors conducted research on three Detroit neighborhoods — Grandmont Rosedale, East English Village and MorningSide — and discovered these three neighborhoods were better equipped to survive the mortgage crisis and recession due to the strong emphasis they placed on

On Friday, the state’s School Reform Office released a list of 38 schools scheduled to close because of poor academic performance.