One former University of Michigan faculty member and one current University faculty member are bringing a lawsuit against the University claiming racial discrimination and harassment.

One former University of Michigan faculty member and one current University faculty member are joining together to bring a lawsuit against the University under the Michigan Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights


In response to the racist and anti-semitic email hackings last month, the University of Michigan student organization Students4Justice published a publ

A survey conducted by The Michigan Daily last month found 74 percent of student respondents at the University of Michigan think tuition is too high, and 54 percent believe the University doesn't give out enough scholarship money.

Last week, the Mackinac Center for Public Policy filed a lawsuit against the University of Michigan regarding the state’s Freedom of Information Act, claiming the University failed to provide the documents requested within due time.

Programs for the Sexual Assault and Prevention Center's 30th annual Speak Out rest on the chairs for audience members before the event in the Michigan Union in November 2016.

On Friday March 3, Nadia Bazzy began her new position as interim director of the University of Michigan Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center.


LSA junior Joshua Rabotnick moved from Los Angeles in August 2016 to attend the University of Michigan, but cannot afford the tuition bill without loans.

The University’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion plan — a five-year effort to create a more diverse and inclusive campus — is comprised of 49 unique unit

The School of Natural Resources and the Environment is housed in the Dana Building.

The University of Michigan’s sustainability efforts have recently garnered support and action in four areas outlined in the 2016 University sustainability progress report: climate action, waste prevention, healthy environments

President Mark Schlissel discusses administrative appointments in the Fleming Administration Building on Thursday.

Public comments on the University of Michigan’s alleged response to anti-Semitic acts on campus, the renovations to University recreational facilities and new administrative appointments led the conversation at the February Board of Regents meeting Thursday.  


In response to recent hate acts and a changing political climate, students are questioning the nature and progress of the University of Michigan’s five-year plan for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.