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


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


Two University of Michigan Ross School of Business alumni won a $1 million investment for their app, Companion, on the first episode of Apple’s new series Planet of the App

Volunteers from Ford Motor Company help improve irrigation techniques at the Campus Farm on Thursday.

On Thursday, volunteers from Ford Motor Company and leaders from the University of Michigan Sustainable Food Program gathered at the Matthaei Botanical Gardens in Ann Arbor to help expand opportunities at the

On May 7, University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel announced in a campus-wide email he is recommending the appointment of Martin Philbert, dean of the School of Public Health, as the next provost and executive vice president for academic affairs.


Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos testified before the U.S.

Students call their state representative in front of a social justice and signature sign.

On Friday, approximately 150 high school students from seven schools in Oakland, Wayne and Macomb counties gathered at Oakland Schools in Waterford for the Equitable Futures Student Forum — an event to encourage students to get involved in social justice.