Over the last couple of years, many standardized tests have moved over to a digital formatting system. Now, the last of the graduate school admissions tests — the Law School Admission Test — joins them in this technological advancement.

The Daily’s data estimates PSYCH 225 is the only course in LSA that uses a true normal distribution centered at B-/C+.

This is the first installment in a series of articles from The Michigan Daily that explore course evaluation and grade data at the University. To explore the data on your own, visit

SACUA Chair Neil Marsh speaks with other members of the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs at the Fleming Administration Building Monday afternoon.

The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs met on Monday to discuss initiatives to better engage Senate Assembly members and incentivize attendance of assembly meetings.

A downside of active learning is that the format is enacted through another class, thus failing to replace the traditional lecture model.

A new form of teaching dubbed “active learning” has started to slowly make its way into a variety of classrooms at the University of Michigan.

Over the course of two years, three different unions — the University of Michigan Professional Nurse Council, the Lecturers’ Employee Organization and Graduate Employees’ Organization — have threatened to strike in response to budget cuts and staffing levels at the University.

The United States detains more citizens in prison than in any other country in the world, as well as more people under correctional control than any given moment in American history.

The University of Michigan Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs convened Monday to vote on endorsing the Big Ten Voting Challenge and di

The minor is made up of one foundation class, three electives, a field internship and a final capstone course.

Engineering sophomore Radu Tolontan and Education senior Nick Maternowski may come from different colleges at the University of Michigan, but they share appreciation of the School of Education’s new Education for Empowerment minor. 

When LSA senior Sophia Georginis interviewed for a summer job at Comedy Central last year, then studying screen arts and cultures at the University of Michigan, she was asked was to define her major.

Members of the Senate Assembly discuss their summers at the first Senate Assembly of the academic year in Palmer Commons Monday.

The University of Michigan’s Senate Assembly convened Monday afternoon for its first meeting of the academic year.