News Briefs

If any University property is used, it will be closed to the public from 4 p.m. until 7 a.m. on weekdays when the cull is taking place.

The results from LSA Student Government midterm elections were released Friday afternoon, including the selection of 10 representatives for the body. Terms on the assembly last for one year.

Football fans saw the fickle nature of Michigan weather this weekend when it swung from a sunny, warm 70 degrees Friday to a chilling low of 30 degrees Saturday, along with a dusting of snow on The Big House, during Michigan's final home football game.

The University of Michigan is first in research and development spending among public universities for the seventh year in a row, according to the National Science Foundation.

Cynthia Wilbanks, the University of Michigan’s vice president for government relations, was selected as the United Way of Washtenaw County’s 2017 Woman of the Year Monday afternoon and will be honored at the UWWC’s “Power of the Purse” event in March.

Ann Arbor City Council Member Sabra Briere officially announced today her last day in office will be Dec. 5 via an online letter.

Last Thursday, the Michigan Court of Claims ruled that residents of Flint may sue the state government for damages relating to the Flint water crisis.  

Monday, Facebook was flooded with posts of individuals checking in at the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota, including many University of Michigan students, to show their support of the people protesting a proposed pipeline that would go through the reservation.

With Election Day one week away and many University of Michigan students voting in what is most likely their first presidential race, many campus organizations are holding events for students to engage with their fellow classmates in conversation about their beliefs and what they think the

Ann Arbor Township, Scio Township and the Sierra Club Huron Valley Group announced plans Wednesday to jointly