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A former University of Michigan student alleged in a press conference Thursday that legendary football coach Bo Schembechler and former athletic director Don Canham knew of of team doctor Robert Anderson’s

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On Monday evening, City Council met to discuss recycling services, contracting procedure and affordable housing throughout the city of Ann Arbor. There were eleven councilmembers present and about fifteen community members who spoke about various issues. 

 

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In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, many have transitioned to working from home or in a virtual format. In many cases, health care and medical work is no different.

The Daily reporter Michal Ruprecht talked to several medical professionals and students about the rise of telemedicine and virtual care amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

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2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s campaign, Biden for President, hosted a virtual listening session called “Build Back Better” also the name of his economic recov

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Cynthia Wilbanks, University of Michigan vice president for government relations, announced her plans to retire in December 2020. She served as the vice president at the University for 22 years, and is the longest-serving executive officer. 

 

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The recent tuition increase passed by the Board of Regents as part of the fiscal year 2020-21 budget

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On June 29, when the University of Michigan Board of Regents approved the 2020-2021 fiscal year budge

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The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs met virtually Monday to discuss feedback from their July 8 town hall with University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel and results from a fall semester instruction survey.

The survey and surrounding discussions included responses from faculty in regards to comfort teaching in person, meeting with students and more. Despite precautions, 47.54 percent of staff members who responded to the survey said they were not willing to teach in person.

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The Ann Arbor City Council met Monday night to discuss resolutions on collective bargaining in the police department and the healthy streets