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Emma Kinery, editor in chief, The Michigan Daily

After 35 years in Congress, U.S. Rep. Sander Levin, D-Royal Oak, will find a new home at the University of Michigan’s Ford School of Public Policy.

In the fourth annual Giving BlueDay held Tuesday, the University raised more than $4.4 million from over 8,000 donors, the highest in University history.

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Despite the initial thrill of obtaining paid student diversity labor positions after a contentious bargaining process, University of Michigan students and faculty alike believe administrators continue to fall short in expressing support for graduate students working to implement the initiatives l

Michigan residents, including members of the Libertarians of Macomb County group, protest the Preliminary Oral Fluid Analysis pilot program by the Michigan State Police in front of Pioneer High School Saturday.

While football fans streamed into Michigan Stadium on Saturday morning, Brian Ellison, a Libertarian running for U.S. Senate, held up a sign that read “say no to oral,” written in permanent marker.

More than 130 student organizations will take part in Giving Blueday on Tuesday, the most in the four years that the event has been held.

The William Davidson Institute — a nonprofit research organization which provides support to low- and middle-income countries — is launching a virtual, cross-cultural entrepreneurship program next year for University of Michigan undergradu

Twelve students from the University of Michigan’s Climate Blue organization just returned to campus after attending the 2017 United Nations Climate Change Conference earlier this month in Bonn, Germany.

Laverne Cox shares her experience being transgender as part of the 2017 CEW Spectrum of Advocacy and Activism Symposium Wednesday at Rackham Auditorium.

Delivering personal messages of hope and empowerment for the future to University of Michigan students was “Orange is the New Black” star Laverne Cox, who took the stage of Rackham Auditorium Wednesday night.

Avomeen Holdings LLC, the chemical testing business is suing founder Shri Thanedar in federal court for making “fraudulent and misleading” claims regarding his company's revenues to inflate the value of its sale.

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