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Voting reform and housing development projects were key issues discussed at the Ann Arbor City Council meeting Monday. Members of council voted down proposed resolutions on local official term-limits, switching to non-partisan elections and moving city primary elections.

According to a recent University study, if you use medical marijuana and you’re a high school student, you are more likely to become addicted to the substance than from the use of non-medical marijuana.

Gov. Rick Snyder (R) signed Public Act 11 117 of 2015, a bill effectively ending film incentives in the state of Michigan on July 10. The move has many questioning the future of filming in the state.

Pope Francis finished his eight-day tour of the Latin American countries of Ecuador, Bolivia and Paraguay on Sunday.

The Zell Family Foundation donated $60 million to the Ross School of Business Monday morning. This donation will bring the Zell family’s total contributions to the University to over $150 million.

A drug initially designed to treat arthritis may now be the biggest development in the last two decades in treating diabetic kidney disease, according to recent University research.

Pieology Pizzeria, which offers custom salads and pizzas with unlimited toppings, opened its doors at 620 East Liberty St. June 28. This is the California-based restaurant’s first location in the state of Michigan.

In honor of the University’s upcoming bicentennial in 2017, the Bentley Historical Library is compiling a bibliography of stories, histories, photographs and other artifacts that are representative of the University's past.

While many in Ann Arbor enjoyed the generally pleasant weather of the past few days, President Schlissel experienced a typhoon halfway across the world.

This year, A Wolverine will be heading to Capitol Hill to participate in ONE Campaign, a program that works to help fight extreme poverty and disease in Africa.