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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

The Bentley Historical Library

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

The new First Generation Student Space at the Student Activities Center.

In order to better serve the needs of first-generation students on campus, the University of Michigan has opened the First-Generation Student Gateway — a study lounge, meeting area and information hub concentrated into one cohesive space.

A Michigan cheerleader kneels during the national anthem before the game against Michigan State Saturday.

As “The Star-Spangled Banner” played before Saturday’s matchup against Michigan State University, a group of about 20 University of Michigan football players stood, arm-in-arm, to protest structural racism and societal inequality— a symbolic action part of the much larger #TakeaKnee 

University of Michigan faculty support students protests against the naming of the C.C. Little building Thursday.

University of Michigan faculty gathered outside the C.C.

According to a statement provided by the University of Michigan Athletics Department Wednesday night, Nate Johnson was dismissed from the Michigan football team Tuesday.

The University of Michigan started a zero-waste gameday initiative.

Despite more than 111,000 people filtering in and out of Michigan Stadium last Saturday, the University of Michigan's zero-waste gameday initiative kept almost 90 percent o

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The Michigan Daily compiled significant parts of the University of Michigan's history into six comprehensive timelines in honor of its bicentennial year.