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Thomas Easthope, University of Michigan’s associate vice president for student services from 1970-88, will be deposed in July as part of lawsuits against the University involving alleged sexual abuse by the late Dr. Robert Anderson, according to the Detroit News.

Over the weekend, tens of thousands march in suburbs throughout Metro Detroit against police brutality.

Last weekend, The Michigan Daily reporters went to 11 different protests, driving 269 miles and speaking to almost 100 people in 10 cities about why they came out. Some said it was their first time protesting.

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RecycleMania, an eight-week recycling competition, celebrated its 19th anniversary this year with more than 300 colleges and universities across the U.S. and Canada participating in the challenge.

Ann Arbor community at Farmers Market for the Silent Bike Ride for Black Lives Matter Friday afternoon.

Over 700 people went to the Ann Arbor Farmers Market on their bikes to join the Silent Bike Ride for Black Lives Matter Friday afternoon.

Black Lives Matter protesters occupied a full block of Michigan Avenue in Ypsilanti.

A small sign reading “POLICE GO AWAY ZONE” was affixed to a mid-sized platform, in front of a much larger crowd of Black Lives Matter protesters.

The University of Michigan hosted a virtual town hall on Friday to discuss combating racism.

The University of Michigan hosted a virtual town hall titled “Constructive Conversations for Societal Change” on Friday in solidarity with the protests that have erupted across the nation against racism and police brutality.

The town hall was moderated by Robert M. Sellers, vice provost of equity and inclusion and chief diversity officer, and focused on providing a platform for the University of Michigan community to come together.

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A Twitter account created Wednesday called “Assaulters at UMich” posted a series of tweets calling out alleged sexual assaulters on the University of Michigan campus, including a professor.

The account asked for direct messages from students with claims of sexual assault and posted these submissions to their page with the name and picture of the alleged assaulter, along with any fraternity or athletic team affiliation.

Protestors gathered outside of the Big House Tuesday afternoon.

The scene could have been mistaken for a Saturday in the fall: Hundreds of people congregated at the entrance to the Big House, the corner of East Stadium Boulevard and Main Street closed to non-pedestrian traffic, and the parking lot of Pioneer High School filled with window-painted, music-blast

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Rackham student Aya M. Waller-Bey was sitting in her room in Munger Graduate Residences when she heard someone else moving around in her suite. She got up to find a maintenance man, who told her that work would be done on two rooms inside her suite.