Last weekend, The Michigan Daily reporters went to 11 different protests, driving 269 miles and speaking to almost 100 people in 10 cities about why they came out. Some said it was their first time protesting.
After a week of marches in Washtenaw County and across the country rallying against police brutality and racial injustice, Monday’s protest on the University of Michigan Diag brought more than 1,000 students, activists, elected officials and police officers to the center of campus and throu
Saturday afternoon, hundreds of community members gathered at the University of Michigan Diag and marched through Ann Arbor in protest of recent incidents of police brutality against Black Americans that shook the nation.
At about 8:20 p.m. on April 3, a robbery took place at a Subway restaurant at 902 S. State St. near Packard close to the University of Michigan, according to the Division of Public Safety and Security.
Local police were notified of reports of an armed person in a home on the 400 block of North State Street in Ann Arbor Friday afternoon, the University of Michigan Division of Public Safety and Security announced in an alert sent to students at about 12:50 p.m.