At a press conference Thursday afternoon on the University of Michigan-Dearborn campus, a speaker from the One University Cam

CSG discusses nominations at the Michigan League Tuesday.

The University of Michigan Central Student Government met for its final meeting of the Winter 2019 semester Tuesday night.

Ward 5 discusses affordable housing at the Ann Arbor District Library Tuesday.

On Tuesday night, a town hall meeting hosted by Ward 5 precinct delegates of Washtenaw County took place at the Ann Arbor District Library’s Westgate Branch. The meeting focused on the issue of housing affordability in Ann Arbor.

Students gather outside of Mason Hall in response to an active shooter on campus alert that was released by the University. The alert was later determined to be unfounded.

UPDATE: This article has been updated to include an additional interview on the confusion felt in the scare. The Daily has also included more of Fitzgerald’s statement to clarify officers have so far found the balloon popping to be innocent. recently rated Ann Arbor as the second-best city to live in the U.S.

Ann Arbor was rated the second-best city to live in the U.S. by’s 2019 list of best cities to live in America, according to an MLive report.


Students at the University of Michigan received a total of 24 Fulbright grants for the 2018-2019 academic year, according to the Chronicle of Higher Education.

City Councilmember Zach Ackerman, D-Ward 3, has supported development efforts but praised the city for refusing to sell to student housing developer Trinitas.

As the University of Michigan continues to increase enrollment, multiple new student housing developments in Ann Arbor have been proposed for the coming year.

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The Michigan Daily Class of 2018

Tuesday is the last day of print publication for The Michigan Daily in 2018, and the last paper The Daily's 2018 class will make.

The Michigan Daily welcomes the incoming Managing Editors for the 2019 calendar year.

A newly elected editor-in-chief and class of managing editors will take charge of The Michigan Daily next semester. The new editors will lead their sections and the newspaper for the 2019 calendar year.