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A three-year pilot program designed to address the needs of Henry Ford College transfer students who wish to study humanities at the University of Michigan will begin as early as this summer, thanks to a $1.6 million grant fund from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Chicago-based rapper CupcakKe blew away records on Jan. 26 with her performance at Pride Night at Necto Night Club in Ann Arbor. Despite a building capacity of 952, 1,112 people lined up outside the club to see her perform, more than any event the club has ever hosted.

Jazz artist Joey Dosik came to the University of Michigan on a saxophone scholarship in 2004.

Former Michigan Governor, John Engler has been chosen for the interim president of Michigan State University Wednesday morning.

Former Michigan Governor John Engler has been chosen for the interim president of Michigan State University Wednesday morning morning, following the La

Tablecloths covering the cafeteria-style tables and a roaring fire projected on the wall was what greeted diners at North Quad Residence Hall Thursday evening.

The University of Michigan’s Office for Institutional Equity released its annual report concerning prohibited student conduct on Wednesday. The report details outcomes of all investigat

When Dr. Sij Hemal, a University of Michigan alum, boarded a plane on Dec. 17 in Paris headed to New York, he planned to watch the thriller “Side Effects” while sipping a glass of champagne before dozing off.

If you were looking out your window Tuesday night, you may have seen a bright flash light up the night sky at about 8 p.m.

The University of Michigan is not playing around — on Jan.

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