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When Taubman junior Juan Muñoz graduated high school in 2013, he was unsure how to navigate higher education financially. Although he resides in Michigan, his status as an undocumented individual has made — and continues to make — his ascent into public higher education rocky.

One University aims to alleviate resource disparities between the three University campuses.

Thursday night, the One University Campaign gathered in the Lecturers’ Employee Organization and Graduate Employees Offices to express their upcoming

Knute Nadelhoffer, director of the U-M Biological Station, speaks at the Biological Sciences Building dedication Thursday afternoon.

On Thursday, more than 150 students, alumni, faculty, donors and community members — including demonstrators — gathered in the University of Michigan B

University President Mark Schlissel answers questions about future emissions reductions and climate solutions from the University community at Rackham Tuesday.

Approximately 150 students, faculty and community members attended a special public session with the President’s Commission on Carbon Neutrality Tuesday in Rackham Auditorium.

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In the fall of 2013, the Black Student Union e-board sat in a room in Palmer Commons to discuss the possibility of a new hashtag.

Rackham student David Helps, a member of the Graduate Employees’ Organization, is heading up a working group in collaboration with other student organizations on campus on the new felony disclosure

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In an email to staff and faculty in the School of Music, Theatre & Dance sent out on Feb. 14 by SMTD dean David Gier, the school announced it will be replacing all faculty, staff, practice room and instrument storage doors to include transparent panels.

 Provost Martin Philbert joined the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs to discuss the importance of institutional culture, tuition and the new policy regarding faculty-student relationships.

The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs met on Monday with Provost Martin Philbert and discussed the importance of institutional diversity, tuition and the new policy regarding faculty-student relationships.

Protesters denouncing the University's inaction on climate change and new felony disclosure policy, among other causes, during the Board of Regents meeting in the University Golf Clubhouse Thursday afternoon.

During the public comments portion of the Board of Regents meeting on Thursday, 15 students and community members addressed the board and University of Michigan administration. They discussed carbon neutrality, the felony disclosure policy and undocumented students.

University President Mark Schlissel listens to protesters denouncing the University's inaction on climate change and new felony disclosure policy, among other causes, at the Regents meeting in the University Golf Clubhouse Thursday afternoon.

The University of Michigan’s Board of Regents convened Thursday afternoon for the last meeting of the winter 2019 term.