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Gov. Rick Snyder’s decision on April 6 to stop providing free bottled water to Flint residents has drawn backlash from members of the Flint community and outside observers alike.

Governor Rick Snyder’s recent decision to stop providing free bottled water to Flint residents has drawn backlash from members of the Flint community and outside observers alike.

 

Michigan Associate Economics Professor Betsey Stevenson and University of Texas Economics Professor Susan Dynarski share their experiences in White House policy making in Weill Hall Wednesday afternoon.

Two months ago, University of Michigan research exposed significant female underrepresentation in economics.

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This fall, the Ross School of Business will offer its third semester of the Living Business Leadership Experience, a class that immerses undergraduate and graduate students in real-life business projects.

Democratic gubernatorial candidate and Michigan alum Abdul El-Sayed held his final rally of the semester in Lorch Hall Thursday night.

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Abdul El-Sayed, a University of Michigan alum, held his final rally of the semester in Lorch Hall Thursday night, featuring Alex Ebert, the lead singer of rock band Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros.

Panelist Gail Wilensky discusses issues surrounding current health care policies at Annenberg Auditorium Wednesday.

In commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s passing, the Ford School of Public Policy held a policy talk Wednesday evening on the prospects of the healthcare in the United States and the Affordable Care Act.

The U.S. Commerce Department announced on March 26 the 2020 census will include a question asking respondents whether they are U.S. citizens.

Ted Spencer, Senior Advisor on Admission Outreach, applauded for panelists who discussed about Affirmative Action at South Hall Wednesday.

Fifteen years after the University of Michigan went toe to toe in the Supreme Court defending affirmative action, racial demographics at the University remain largely homogenous.

Nick Khouri discusses Michigan's fiscal policy as a part of the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy's series "Policy Talks" at Weill Hall Tuesday afternoon.

On Tuesday afternoon, Michigan State Treasurer Nick Khouri addressed an audience of about 75 students, faculty and community members as part of the University of Michigan Center for Local, State, and Urban Policy lecture series, titled “Fiscal policy in Michigan: Past, present, and future”, to di

Surveying the crowd gathered in Hutchins Hall at the University of Michigan Tuesday afternoon, the first thing Justice Albie Sachs asked of the more than 100 attendees was that they sit dow