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The Shelter Association of Washtenaw County hosted more than 200 donors at Barton Hills Country Club for the ninth annual “Almost Home” fundraiser on Monday. SAWC is celebrating 35 years of advocacy and aid.

Stefan Koehler, Ann Arbor resident and University of Michigan senior technology licensing specialist speaks on his cycling trip in Iran at the Ann Arbor District Library Thursday.

On Thursday evening, approximately 25 Ann Arbor residents gathered in the Ann Arbor District Library in downtown Ann Arbor to hear Stefan Koehler, Ann Arbor resident and University of Michigan senior technology licensing specialist, talk about his bike trip in Iran this past summer.

Community High School faces allegations of regularly failing to properly file Title IX documentation forms.

Starting at 7:45 a.m. every weekday, about 450 students walk throughout the painted hallways of Community High School, Ann Arbor’s “alternative” and highly selective public high school.

On Wednesday morning, about 15 people attended a ribbon-cutting event for Spin scooters in Liberty Plaza. The event aimed to promote the arrival of Spin electric scooters in Ann Arbor in partnership with the city of Ann Arbor and the University of Michiga

On Wednesday morning, about 15 people attended a ribbon-cutting event for Spin scooters in Liberty Plaza. The event aimed to promote the arrival of Spin electric scooters in Ann Arbor in partnership with the city of Ann Arbor and the University of Michigan.

Jenny Hannibal, parent of an Ann Arbor Community High School student retracts complaint of alleged Ann Arbor Public Schools negligence to Title IX Tuesday.

On April 25, Jenny Hannibal, parent of an Ann Arbor Community High School student, filed a Title IX complaint to the Office of Civil Rights on April 25, alleging Ann Arbor Public Schools had repeatedly violated Title IX protocol by failing to properly report at least 12 

Valerie Jarrett, a former senior adviser for President Obama and Michigan Law alum, speaks about her book "Finding My Voice," which traces her journey to the White House, in conversation with Broderick Johnson, an adjunct professor in the Law School.

On Monday evening, over two hundred students, faculty and community members filled the Michigan Theater for a conversation between Valerie Jarrett, former senior adviser to President Barack Obama, and Broderick Johnson, a former White House Cabinet secretary for Obama.

Tony G. Reames, assistant professor of environment and sustainability, speaks about Ann Arbor energy, race, place, and class at the Ann Arbor District Library Thursday evening.

Thursday, the city of Ann Arbor and the Ann Arbor District Library held a forum at the library on race and class equity in Washtenaw County as the final event of its annual sustainability series. Approximately 100 students and community members attended the event.

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Housing disputes tend to be between a landlord and a tenant, but in LSA junior Samantha Goldstein’s and her roommates’ case, their disagreement found them allied with their landlord and fighting against their neighbor’s landlord.

Mayor Christopher Taylor oversees the City Council meeting Monday evening.

City Council voted on two resolutions Monday night that will alter public transportation in Ann Arbor this summer.

Rebecca Soffer, co-author of "Modern Loss: Candid Conversation About Grief. Beginners Welcome.", speaks about changing the stigma around grief during Grief Week at Literati Tuesday.

Tuesday night, GrieveWell, an organization that helps people grieve through peer support, hosted Rebecca Soffer in an event at Literati Bookstore as part of the organization’s Grief Week event series. Rebecca Soffer co-authored “Modern Loss: Candid Conversations About Grief.