News Briefs

The University of Michigan Dance Team, which performs on the sidelines at every home football and basketball game, is adding a new member to its successful squad — a member who will make history.

In celebration of the University of Michigan's bicentennial, the 2017 graduating class will be sent off in style with a graduation ceremony at Michigan Stadium featuring University figures from the

Coach Harbaugh wears his Walmart khakis while warming up for the game against Wisconsin on October 1, 2016.

There are many reasons why Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh is famous. His coaching skills, his own football career, his “enthusiasm unknown to mankind.” And of course, his iconic khakis.


Wolvereaders, a student-run organization from the University of Michigan Community Scholars Program, brought Detroit Tigers mascot Paws to Ypsilanti’s Estabrook Elementary School Wednesday morning for a March is Reading Month event.


One hundred and seventy University of Michigan Medical School students, all in their senior year, received exciting news on Friday as they learned where they will spend the next part of their journeys to becoming doctors.

Student artwork is displayed at the grand opening of the Business School’s Blau Hall in October 2016.

When three students in a 2013 Real Estate Essentials class at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business were assigned to create their own potential real-estate development deal for a final pro


In the U.S. News & World Report released Monday, March 13, University of Michigan graduate programs were once again highly ranked.


Students seeking to celebrate Pi Day by consuming massive amounts of pies of all sorts had a variety of on-campus locations to choose from on Tuesday.

Saturday afternoon, a fire broke out at the Islamic Center of Ypsilanti in Pittsfield Township as reported by Click-On Detroit

IOE junior Sonia Thosar, member of the group Lean In, takes photos of LSA senior Danielle Soares at the "This is What a Feminist Looks Like" table in Mason Hall on Wednesday.

“This was the only reason I left my house today,” said LSA senior Brittany Boyle as she stopped at a table in Mason Hall to write what it means to be a feminist, an annual event sponsored by Lean In to coincide with International Women’s Day.