Sacua discusses (via Bluejeans) possible extensions for tenure promotion and changes to faculty activity reports due to COVID-19.

The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs met virtually Monday afternoon to discuss updates and changes within the Faculty Senate.


Hundreds walk out to protest Spencer event, march on campus

By Colin Beresford on November 29, 2017

University of Michigan announced intentions to resolve misconduct claims against late athletic director Robert Anderson outside of court.

Since the late University of Michigan athletic doctor Robert Anderson was accused of several allegations of sexual misconduct and abuse during his car

Governor Gretchen Whitmer provides an update on Wednesday on COVID-19 in Michigan.

In a press conference on March 22, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced she will lay off workers from various departments in the Michigan State Government. These layoffs are expected to last 10 days and the employees affected will immediately be processed into unemployment.

Michigan healthcare workers socially distance during protests outside of the University hospital.


Approximately 20 health care workers gathered in front of the University of Michigan Hospital on Wednesday night as part of a national rally to demand support for hospital staff. They were joined by about 50 other supporters driving by with posters and signs. 

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A case of COVID-19 was confirmed at the Vic Village-North.

The first case of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) was confirmed at the Vic Village-North apartment building this Friday. It is the first case to be discovered at either student on-campus or off-campus housing at the University of Michigan.

In an email from the leasing office sent to residents, the office confirmed the case while outlining various guidelines and recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) on minimizing exposure and spread of the virus.


Update: On Tuesday, Whitmer expanded the ban to prohibit all events with 50 or more people.


With concerns and precautions growing due to COVID-19, the world has had to adapt.