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Erik Wessel, director of the Office of Student Conflict Resolution, emailed students with changes to the Statement of Student Rights and Responsibilities Thursday morning.

On Thursday, Erik Wessel, director of the Office of Student Conflict Resolution, sent an email to all students detailing changes to the Statement of Student Rights and Responsibilities, approved by the Student Re

To commemorate Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Students of UMich will post a series of stories about sexual assault on Instagram. The student organization was founded by Information junior Somya Bhagwagar and has almost 4,500 followers on Instagram.

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In an email to students and faculty Friday afternoon, Robert Ernst, University Health Service executive director and Student Life associate vice president for health and wellness, wrote an international visitor who visited the University of Michigan’s Ann Arbor campus has measles.

A fire occurred on the property of Ann Arbor Welding Supply Thursday afternoon.

Thursday afternoon, an explosion on the property of Ann Arbor Welding Supply started a fire, cl

The University of Michigan will purchase renewable energy annually from DTE Energy, a Detroit-based firm, starting in 2021.

The University recently submitted an application to host a presidential debate in 2020.

The University of Michigan has submitted an application to host a presidential debate in 2020.

University of Michigan alum Lori Lightfoot won Chicago’s mayoral race Tuesday night.

University of Michigan alum Lori Lightfoot won Chicago’s mayoral race Tuesday night, making her the first Black woman to be elected to the position. With Lightfoot’s victory, Chicago is now on track to become the largest U.S. city with an openly gay mayor.

On March 30, the University of Michigan School of Dentistry will provide free dental care to children aged 4 to 18.

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Monday, University of Michigan president Mark Schlissel sent an email to all members of the campus community regarding unfounded reports of an ac

John Engler resigned from his position as interim president of Michigan State University.

Following his resignation as interim president of Michigan State University, John Engler and his attorney, Seth B.