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Michael LaForgia, investigations editor at the Tampa Bay Times, talks at the Livingston Lecture Series at the Ford School on Wednesday.

In December of 2007, the Pinellas County School Board of Pinellas County, Fla., discontinued its integration policy.

The Fred C. Shure Lounge and Engineering Learning Center in the Bob and Betty Beyster Building on North Campus is no longer all work and no play.

 Noah Betman, CSG Chief of Staff, discusses amendments to the CSG constitution in the CSG Chambers on Tuesday.

Central Student Government passed a resolution to adopt a student fee to increase funding for the Leadership Engagement Scholarship at its weekly meeting on Tuesday. The resolution passed with 29 in favor and two opposed.

Civil rights activist Fred Korematsu was honored at a panelist dinner on Monday evening in South Hall. Since Korematsu’s death in 2005, several states have declared his birthday, Jan. 30, Fred Korematsu Day.

Michigan residents signed a lawsuit filed by a federal court in Virginia seeking to block the enforcement of President Donald Trump’s executive order signed on Friday, according to the

Kenneth Kiesler conducts the University Symphony Orchestra at Hill Auditorium on Wednesday.

On Jan. 24, after a year-long search for new leadership, the University of Michigan’s University Musical Society announced Matthew VanBesien, current executive director of the New York Philharmonic, will serve as its seventh president.

The C.C. Little Building is named after former University president Clarence Cook Little who became a controversial figure for his outspoken favor of eugenics and euthanasia.

University of Michigan community members responded to a new policy that allows new names to be considered for academic buildings with praise and opposition.

CSG members vote on a resolution in September 2016.

In an email to the student population, LSA senior David Schafer, University of Michigan Central Student Government president and CSG Vice President Micah Griggs, an LSA junior, announced the launch of a new Diversity and Inclusion Commission through CSG.

Michigan's capitol building in Lansing.

The University of Michigan isn’t the only one celebrating a milestone birthday this year: The state of Michigan also marked the 180th anniversary of its admission to the United States on Thursday.

Student organization Michigan Refugee Assistance Program opposes Trump's executive order regarding refugees.

President Donald Trump recently announced his plan to enact a wide-ranging ban on refugees entering the United States, according to a draft of his

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