President Joe Biden is expected to nominate Michael S.


Early Monday afternoon, the Washtenaw County Prosecutor’s Office, under recently sworn-in Prosecutor Eli Savit, unveiled its latest policy intended to combat racial profiling in policing.

Survivors Speak hosts activism workshop to inform the community on different ways to join the fight for justice.

In anticipation of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the nonprofit organization Survivors Speak hosted an online workshop Saturday afternoon to discuss the continual fight for justice and how to build momentum for a cause.


Tenured English professor Douglas Trevor, former director of the Helen Zell Writers’ Program and the Hopwood Awards Program, is not allowed to conduct office hours wi

University of Michigan Regent Ron Weiser is the presumed next Michigan Republican Party Chair.

Michigan Republican Party Chair Laura Cox announced Wednesday she would not seek a second term, leaving former Michigan GOP Chair and University of Michigan Regent Ron Weiser as the presumed win


Michigan Stadium officially opened its doors Thursday as a site for vaccine administration through Michigan Medicine, first welcoming a team of health care p

U.S. Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez joined Senator Bernie Sanders at a rally on the Diag March 8.

News in 2020 seemed to break nearly every single day. From elections to protests to COVID-19 to Michigan sports, The Daily takes a look back at some of the biggest headlines of the year and highlights 20 days that defined 2020.

The Washtenaw County Health Department issued a two-week stay-in-place order for U-M undergraduate students in October.

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The Michigan Daily has elected a new Editor in Chief and group of Managing Editors to lead the paper in its 130th year. Staff-wide elections chose the Editor in Chief, while each section held individual elections to determine their managing editors. 

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