News Briefs

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In response to COVID-19, the ‘U’ announced Wednesday that all face-to-face classes would be cancelled, with online classes beginning March 16 through the end of the semester, April 21.

While University facilities, such as M-Dining and dorm buildings, will remain open, events expecting over 100 attendees will be cancelled, and on-campus sporting events will be limited to parents and members of the press.

Al Gore gives a lecture on Global Climate Change at the Power Center in 2005.

Al Gore, vice president to former President Bill Clinton from 1993 to 2001, will speak at the University of Michigan Spring Commencement May 2 at Michigan Stadium.

University President Mark Schlissel and the Board of Regents announced in a statement Saturday that the school would cease to work with an attorney at the law firm Steptoe and Johnson LLP.

University President Mark Schlissel and the Board of Regents announced in a statement Saturday that the school would cea

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The Michigan primaries are Tuesday, March 10, and for some students, this may be your first time voting. Here’s a guide to help you vote in Ann Arbor, whether you’re a returning voter or voting for the first time.

Who is eligible to vote in Michigan?

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Robert Anderson, the late University of Michigan athletic doctor whose sexual misconduct allegations were made public by the University last week, was

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Brian Noble, department chair of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Michigan’s College of Engineering, has stepped down as of Friday morning. 

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Kertina Kimbrough, former senior administrative assistant at the University of Michigan, filed a lawsuit Feb. 19 alleging the University denied her a second interview for a position as research office administrator in the Department of Psychiatry due to racial discrimination. 

Michael Bloomberg's campaign opened an office in Ann Arbor in February.

 

University Provost Martin Philbert was placed on administrative leave for allegations of sexual misconduct.

University of Michigan administrators and faculty were aware of several complaints about Provost Martin Philbert while he serve

Michael Cox, Ann Arbor’s chief of police, was placed on paid administrative leave.

Michael Cox, police chief of the Ann Arbor Police Department, has been