While the University’s Ann Arbor campus offers free health services through UHS, students on the Flint and Dearborn campuses find it difficult to receive accessible, adequate healthcare.

Launched in 2018 by a coalition of faculty and students to equip the U-M Flint and U-M Dearborn campuses with more resources, the One University Campaign has set achieving on-campus medical facilities as one of the campaign’s seven goals.


After a jury found the University of Michigan did not discriminate against a couple who accused the school of violating the state’s civil rights statute, a group of students minoring in Asian/Pacific Islander American Studies authored an

Students focus on assessing carbon neutrality in student organizations at the Presidents Commission on Carbon Neutrality Campus Group Town Hall in West Hall Tuesday evening.

Fifteen University of Michigan and Ann Arbor environmental and political advocacy groups attended the Campus Carbon Neutrality Communication and Culture Town Hall on Tuesday evening to discuss options for improving the University’s sustainability efforts.


A report from the Public Accountability Initiative has connected the University of Michigan to private equity fund Lime Rock Partners, which directly finances bi


Sociology Professor Pamela Smock and the University of Michigan have reached a settlement in a sexual harassment lawsuit

President Mark Schlissel discusses Provost Philbert, divestment, and carbon neutrality at the Fleming Administration Building Tuesday afternoon.

Daily Staff Reporters Emma Stein, Parnia Mazhar and Arjun Thakkar sat down with Schlissel this Tuesday for their monthly interview with questions inspired from community input.

Topics of discussion included the sexual misconduct allegations against University Provost Martin Philbert, divestment from fossil fuels, the President’s Commission on Carbon Neutrality and more.

The faculty working group discusses proposed revisions to the University's tenure policy at a town hall at the Union Thursday afternoon.

A group of about 30 faculty members, including the nine members of the tenure bylaw working group, gathered in the Pendleton Room of the Michigan Union Thursday to discuss proposed changes to the University of Michigan’s tenure policy. 


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University of Michigan provost Martin Philbert was placed on administrative leave following several allegations of sexual misconduct.

University of Michigan Provost Martin A. Philbert, executive vice president of academic affairs, was placed on administrative leave on Jan. 21 following several allegations of sexual misconduct.

University Provost Martin Philbert was placed on administrative leave for allegations of sexual misconduct.

According to an email sent to students from University President Mark Schlissel on Wednesday, University Provost Martin Philbert was placed on administrative leave following multiple allegations of sexual assault.

The announcement comes on the heels of various University officials facing scrutiny for allegations of sexual assault in the past few years.