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Warde Manuel speaks about the athletics program at the Senate Assembly meeting in Palmer Commons Monday.

At the final Senate Assembly meeting of the 2017-2018 school year, Athletic Director Warde Manuel presented closing thoughts about the winter sports season, and Chair Robert Ortega closed out his last Senate Assembly meeting as chair of the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs.

A Nature Biotechnology study claims graduate students are more than six times as likely to experience depression and anxiety compared to the general population.

A Nature Biotechnology study claims graduate students across the country are more than six times as likely to experience depression and anxiety compared to the general

LSA sophomore Moe Charara transferred to the University of Michigan this semester. He never seriously considered studying abroad at his previous college.

Panelists discuss the right to free speech on college campuses at the Graduate hotel Tuesday.

The National Center for Institutional Diversity hosted a discussion titled “Campus Inclusion and Free Expression: A Conversation with Higher Education Leaders” Tuesday night at the Gradua

Sociology professor Sandra Levitsky, recipient of the 2018 Golden Apple Award, gives her 'last lecture' on "Sociology and the Political Power of Optimism" at the Golden Apple Awards ceremony in Rackham Auditorium Monday.

In her last lecture, Sandra Levitsky, an associate professor in the Sociology Department, presented “Sociology and the Political Power of Optimism.” That is, the topic outlined her “ideal last lecture” — an annual event held Monday evening for this year’s 

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Lecturers and LEO supporters march from the Michigan League to the Fleming Administration Building in support of the Lecturers Union Friday.

The leadership of the Lecturers’ Employee Organization has postponed a walkout planned for Monday and Tuesday after the University of Michigan bargaining team began to “move in the right direction” at a last ditch bargaining session Sunday morning, LEO announced in a tweet Sunday night.

Lecturers and LEO supporters march from the Michigan League to the Fleming Administration Building in support of the Lecturers Union Friday.

The Lecturers’ Employee Organization held an open bargaining session in the Michigan League Friday.

Members of the Lecturers’ Employee Organization will strike on April 9 and 10 if the University of Michigan does not satisfy their demands for significant salary increases before Sunday.

Members of the Lecturers’ Employee Organization will strike on April 9 and 10 if the University of Michigan does not satisfy their demands for significant salary increases before Sunday.

Information senior Ibrahim Rasheed said he knows he took “two or three” courses at the University of Michigan that fulfill LSA’s Race and Ethnicity requirement, but cannot recall which ones they were.