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Chairs were set up on the Diag last week as part of the Stumbling Blocks art installation.

Chairs used in last week’s notable Stumbling Blocks exhibit on affirmative action will not be put to such symbolic use much longer.

Heather Ann Thompson, a professor of history in the Afro-American and African Studies Department, was awarded a Pulitzer Prize in history for her novel “Blood in the Water: The Attica Prison Uprising of 1971 and Its

Ann Arbor restaurant BurgerFi shut down abruptly, with only a sign on the door to notify customers. 

Making a pun on the culinary arts, the University of Michigan Bicentennial Office held a Feast of Ideas on Thursday night, providing an “intellectual sampler” of short talks representing some of the University's academic offerings.

School of Music, Theatre, & Dance Dean Aaron Dworkin introduces the Symphony Orchestra at Hill Auditorium in June 2016.

School of Music, Theatre & Dance Dean Aaron Dworkin announced Wednesday afternoon he will be stepping down from his position effective Aug. 15, because of family commitments.

study by researchers at Oxford University in London found Twitter feeds in the state of Michigan were filled with fake or untrustworthy news accoun

Delta Airlines is holding a competition to provide a University of Michigan student a free flight to an educational opportunity abroad. The contest will close on May 12.

An installation at the Heidelberg project in Detroit, Michigan.

Ann Arbor residents and Detroiters alike worked together for the University of Michigan's largest day of service learning this past weekend, as over 900 University students traveled to the city for a series of volunteer projects centered around clean-up and farming. 


Squirrels are a prominent facet of the University of Michigan campus.

University of Michigan alum Michael Rubenstone will premiere his first documentary, "On the Sly: In Search of the Family Stone" at the Freep Film Festival April 1 in Detroit.