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While many University business students have come to rely heavily upon the schools Starbucks for their caffeine needs, an institute at the Ross School of Business has invested in a healthy, energy-boosting alternative.

University of Michigan alum Darren Criss won his first Emmy during the award show Monday night, but he assured the University of Michigan community he still hasn’t forgotten his roots.

The Michigan Marching Band performance Saturday supported the efforts of the Big Ten Voting Challenge during University of Michigan football game against Southern Methodist University halftime show.

The Michigan Marching Band gave an electoral themed performance Saturday to support the efforts of the Big Ten Voting Challenge during University of Mich

Arul Chinnaiyan, a member of the University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center, has received an Outstanding Investigator Award and $6.5 million grant from the National Cancer Institute.

U-M nurses protested for a better contract at Fuller Park on July 14th, 2018.

The University of Michigan Professional Nurse Council will begin voting on a possible work stoppage next week.

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The University of Michigan is the first university in the nation to receive a federal lawsuit regarding the effect of the U-M Bias Response Team on freedom of speech throughout campus. 

Time is almost out to save “Michigan time,” the tradition of starting classes ten minutes after the scheduled hour at the University of Michigan.

Time is almost out to save “Michigan time,” the tradition of starting classes ten minutes after the scheduled hour at the University of Michigan. However, state Rep. Yousef Rabhi, D-Ann Arbor, among other concerned alumni and students, are fighting to preserve this custom.

It is Wednesday, and there will be at least three University of Michigan graduates wearing pink.

The University of Michigan released its Sustainability Progress Report Tuesday.

On Tuesday, the University of Michigan released its Sustainability Progress Report, which provides data on the University’s progress toward its campus sustainability goals for 2025.

Participants in Ann Arbor’s 47th annual Hash Bash found themselves under the influence of more than just cannabis Saturday afternoon.

Participants in Ann Arbor’s 47th annual Hash Bash found themselves under the influence of more than just cannabis Saturday afternoon, as thousands gathered at the University of Michigan’s Diag: several politicians also found their way to the city’s popular weed festival, all hoping to convince vo