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The Michigan State Senate approved bipartisan legislation to provide more resources and support to survivors of sexual assault and harassment with a vote of 28-7.

Wednesday evening, the Michigan State Senate approved bipartisan legislation to provide more resources and support to survivors of sexual assault and harassment with a vote of 28-7. The bills will now go to the Michigan House of Representatives.

On the surface, it would appear rapper Iggy Azalea and Danny Sheridan, University of Michigan Business senior, don’t have a lot in common. Azalea grew up on Azalea Street in Australia.

Since the University of Michigan’s Board of Regents approved a plan to renovate the Michigan Union building in 2016, the University has announced several plans for the building, including the elimination of the Billiards Room.

The University of Michigan has announced several plans to renovate the Michigan Union, including the elimination of the Billiards Room.

The University of Michigan announced the creation of three online University master’s degree programs at the Coursera Partners Conferences Tuesday — one in applied data science, one in public health and one in construction engineering and management.

The University of Michigan announced the creation of three online University master’s degree programs at the Coursera Partners Conferences Tuesday — one in applied data science, one in public health and one in construction engineering and management.

Business, Engineering and LSA students from the University of Michigan collaborated to form Upstart, a team that recently won the Social Impact Challenge, a contest held by the Center of Social Impact.

A three-year pilot program designed to address the needs of Henry Ford College transfer students who wish to study humanities at the University of Michigan will begin as early as this summer, thanks to a $1.6 million grant fund from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Chicago-based rapper CupcakKe blew away records on Jan. 26 with her performance at Pride Night at Necto Night Club in Ann Arbor. Despite a building capacity of 952, 1,112 people lined up outside the club to see her perform, more than any event the club has ever hosted.

Jazz artist Joey Dosik came to the University of Michigan on a saxophone scholarship in 2004.