Crime

The University of Michigan released its Annual Security Report & Annual Fire Safety Report Friday afternoon, showing an increase in every crime category reported to Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Cente

On Tuesday at 12:30 a.m., two men entered and robbed an apartment on the 400 block of North Thayer Street, near the School of Nursing. Five residents, who are University of Michigan students, were present, according to a crime alert issued at 6:39 a.m.

Many students at the University of Michigan are familiar with Relationship Remix, a first-year residential workshop that explores relationships, sex and consent. Now, two University researchers are working to bring something similar to the University of Cape Coast in Ghana.

With 110,319 in attendance for the Michigan-Penn State football game Saturday afternoon, the University of Michigan Department of Public Safety and Security reported four arrests and 32 ejections.

Black Lives Matter protestors hold signs in front of the Michigan Union on Saturday.

Protesters gathered to advocate against police brutality in the U.S. and Ann Arbor in downtown Ann Arbor Saturday afternoon, marching through parts of downtown.

While many students embrace an old-fashioned ambiance in their off-campus homes, these homes often have potential for fire hazards due to risk factors associated with living in the college environment and older infrastructure.

Two lawsuits have been filed in the past month over an alleged sexual assault at a University of Michigan fraternity party in January 2016.

Out of the 110,042 fans attending the Michigan vs. Colorado game this Saturday, three were arrested, 22 were ejected and one was given a citation for having alcohol in the stadium, according to the University of Michigan Department of Public Safety and Security.

The Theta Delta Chi house on South State Street.

TDX brothers were able to apprehend two burglars during a party at their house on State Street early Monday morning.

A University professor, arrested last week for attempting to have sex with a minor, will stay in jail awaiting trial, a federal judge ruled Friday during a detention order hearing in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.