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Trisha Vedula, Dublin Coffman High School junior, took the ACT multiple times and plans on submitting her score to schools, even if they are test optional.

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Like many other police departments across the nation, the University of Michigan Police Department is facing new challenges due to COVID-19. Procedures are being changed and workers are adjusting to continue to keep the Ann Arbor community safe.

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In an effort to assist the state of Michigan community groups and lawyers as they navigate the overflow of legal work related to the COVID-19 pandemic, a group of University of Michigan Law School student leaders formed the Michigan Law COVID Corps, a pro bono

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Driving alongside cars and bikes at 15 mph, Refraction AI’s autonomous robot, REV-1, is making food deliveries for four Ann Arbor restaurants and The Produce Station.

SACUA virtual meeting

In response to COVID-19 related difficulties, the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs discussed the committees created to help the University plan for the fall semester in their virtual meeting on Monday.

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Last month, optiMize, a student organization offering funding and guidance to students leading self-directed projects, launched its Community Aid Relief Fund.

 Sacua discusses (via Bluejeans) possible extensions for tenure promotion and changes to faculty activity reports due to COVID-19.

The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs met virtually Monday afternoon to discuss updates and changes within the Faculty Senate.

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Hundreds walk out to protest Spencer event, march on campus

By Colin Beresford on November 29, 2017

University of Michigan announced intentions to resolve misconduct claims against late athletic director Robert Anderson outside of court.

Since the late University of Michigan athletic doctor Robert Anderson was accused of several allegations of sexual misconduct and abuse during his car

Governor Gretchen Whitmer provides an update on Wednesday on COVID-19 in Michigan.

In a press conference on March 22, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced she will lay off workers from various departments in the Michigan State Government. These layoffs are expected to last 10 days and the employees affected will immediately be processed into unemployment.