News Briefs

16-year-old Qi-Xuan "Justin" Tang, an Ann Arbor high school student, was struck by a car and killed Tuesday morning around 7:20 a.m.

Though most students at the University of Michigan are long past their trick-or-treating days, the Halloween spirit still lives on — Halloween and its festivities now come begin a week before the actual holiday, with various events on campus getting students in the holiday mood.

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Tom Hayden, civil rights proponent and antiwar activist, died Sunday at the age of 76 after suffering from heart problems and falling ill over the summer.
 

What do Drake and actress Emily Blunt have in common?  They each gave Ann Arbor a shoutout on their recent Saturday Night Live appearances.  

The Washtenaw County Public Health Department has confirmed a case of measles in the county after an individual received medical treatment for the virus Oct. 13.

The undefeated, third-ranked Michigan football team may have had a bye-week this past weekend, but head coach Jim Harbaugh certainly wasn’t taking it easy.

University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel sent an email Tuesday morning informing students, faculty and staff of a new campus climate survey regarding diversity, equity and inclusion to be sent out later this month.

Robert Winfield, the University of Michigan’s chief health officer and executive director of University Health Services, died at his Ann Arbor home Friday.

Mary Markley Residence Hall is the largest student dorm on Central Campus at the University of Michigan and along with housing more than 1,000 students, the dorm also houses some unlikely guests — cockroaches.

University of Michigan Counseling and Psychological Services announced Friday they will be implementing new “drop-in” times, which would allow students to receive counseling without an appointment or filling out paperwork, to support students following “the multiple acts of hate and racism