News Briefs

Students, faculty and community members of a movement known as “Stop Spencer” hoped to put pressure on Schlissel and the administration to prevent Spencer from speaking on campus.

Following campus outrage over the impending visit of white supremacist Richard Spencer, the University has 

Mosher-Jordan Dining Hall was closed Monday morning, announced via the MDining twitter account at 3:47 A.M.

In New York, the most popular Uber destination in 2017 was the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and in Illinois, Wrigley Field reigned supreme, according to a list released by Uber.

The University of Michigan’s School of Music, Theatre & Dance is guaranteed a Grammy win in this year’s Musical Theater Album category.

Reggie the Campus Corgi seen in the Diag.

Reggie the Campus Corgi is a beloved sight on campus — a beacon of light and hope during the dark days of incoming winter and finals. But he cannot stay the entire time, for he must go home and rest.

Acclaimed musician and Ohio-native John Stephens, known to fans as John Legend, lost some University of Michigan fans this weekend by tweeting about his love for Ohio State University during The Game.

Ann Arbor residents protest the Deer Cull at a City Council meeting in 2016.

Ann Arbor’s deer cull is coming back, and it could bring widespread park closures around the city.

Tulane University professor Jesmyn Ward, a MacArthur Fellow, will deliver the University of Michigan’s winter 2017 commencement address.


Each week, The Michigan Daily’s news desk will be publishing a most-read wrap up of the previous week’s most popular articles based on the number of online reads each article received. Here are the five most read from Nov. 12 to Nov. 18:

Two University of Michigan alumni were chosen in October as