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SAPAC is partnering with Lyft to provide students discounted rides during November.

For the month of November, the Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center is teaming up with Lyft to provide students $10 off a Lyft ride between midnight and 6 a.m. throughout Ann Arbor.

East Quad dining hall has been called upon to improve operating hours.

Five years ago, East Quad Residence Hall underwent comprehensive renovations, sporting new study spaces, improved restrooms and a new 430-person dining hall.

Dr. Former secretary of science and technology for India Dr. T. Ramasami talks about the role of science and technology policies in developing countries at the Ford School Monday.

Science, technology and innovation are well-established and prioritized in developed countries and have often been highlighted through research and the work academic institutions.

Sami Malek, Senate Assembly member, discusses the results of the DEI survey in the Fleming Administration Building Monday.

Robert Ortega, chair of the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs, opened Monday’s meeting by alerting members of the groundbreaking of the new Trotter Multicultural Center and the release of the 

Ann Arbor's last odd-year City Council elections will take place this upcoming Tuesday, Nov. 7. The Michigan Daily sat down with six of the eight candidates to discuss platforms and how local races impact University students. 

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Rackham student Vincent Longo speaks at the M Cubed Symposium "Hail to the Cube" at Rackham  Wednesday.

The University already offers countless research opportunities in its 19 schools and colleges. But on Wednesday, over 250 of the University's interdisciplinary research teams, were able to showcase this work. 

Climate change and options for supporting the environment were among the central topics discussed at the Climate Change Summit Friday, where seven panelists — each with a career related to the environment and sustainability — discussed the best ways to contribute to climate research and environme

Sheri Fink, New York Times journalist on health, gives a talk on human rights and medical care during times of emergency at the University Museum of Art Monday.

Citing modern and historical human rights crises, Sheri Fink, a Pulitzer Prize-winning author and University alum, challenged an audience of over 100 students and community members gathered Monday evening in the University of Michigan Museum of Art to consider how they would aid the most vulnerab

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The University of Michigan is allegedly blocking the release of records donated by retired ophthalmologist John Tanton, an activist who opposes immigration and founded the Federation

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