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According to a recent Detroit Free Press article, Board of Regents Member Andrea Fischer Newman (R) accepted close to $30,000 in campaig

As Michigan Medicine nurses continue to vote on a potential strike, the University of Michigan administration reassures students at this time, the potential work stoppage will not negatively impact the School of Nursing.

As Michigan Medicine nurses continue to vote on a potential

Michigan Medicine nurses filed a lawsuit against the University of Michigan on Tuesday for prohibiting them from wearing pro-union buttons and shirts, which the suit claims violates the nurses’ First Amendment rights.

The DSN was created within the National Center for Institutional Diversity after the 1990s and early 2000s Supreme Court cases questioning the University’s affirmative action policies, when University scholars showcased research proving the importance of

The work of Naomi André, a women’s studies and Afroamerican and African studies professor at the University of Michigan, is in the humanities and the work Matthew Diemer, a U-M education and psychology professor, is in the social sciences, but both professors’ work relate to the pressing issues o

Union nurses at Michigan Medicine will begin voting Monday on whether or not to hold a work stoppage.

Union nurses at Michigan Medicine will begin voting Monday on whether or not to hold a work stoppage.

While you were away this summer, you may have missed some big stories from Ann Arbor. The Daily will be publishing recaps of the summer’s breaking news.

In the first year of the #MeToo movement and along with an increase in survivors stepping forward to publicly speak out against instances of sexual assault, the University of Michigan has seen a similar increase in reports of sexual misconduct compared to

Aside from providing workshops, conferences and internship opportunities, the center is expected to bring renowned ambassadors and foreign policy experts to the Public Policy School.

University of Michigan Regent Ron Weiser, R, and his wife Eileen Weiser donated $10 million Wednesday to establish the Weiser Diplomacy Center at the Ford School of Public Policy.

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After a summer of meetings with the Office of Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs and various University officials and departments, the Latinx Alliance for Community Action, Support and Advocacy and MESA representatives say progress has been made on short-term requests and conversations about larger, in

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A federal judge has denied Speech First’s motion to end the University of Michigan’s use of the Bias Response Team after the nonprofit organization filed a